Intl Power

International Power plc is a leading independent electricity generating company with 33,211 MW gross (21,342 MW net) in operation and 3,280 MW gross (978 MW net) under construction. International Power has power plants in operation or under construction in Australia, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Indonesia, Pakistan, Thailand and Puerto Rico. International Power is listed on the London Stock Exchange with ticker symbol IPR. The Company website is:

100 year lease of 359MW of gas and distillate peaking plant near Adelaide, South Australia to Intl Power

Synergen Bid Success (11/05/2000) - National Power announced today it has successfully bid £13.8million (A$35.6million) for the Synergen business which consists of a total of 359MW of gas and distillate peaking plant near Adelaide, South Australia. The acquisition of Synergen through a 100 year lease is expected to be completed next month (June 2000) and will be financed from Group funds. It is in line with the company's strategic objective of developing a major platform for growth in the Australian power market.

Intl Power Acquires Additional 19.9% of Hazelwood Power (Australia)

International Power Acquires Additional 19.9% of Hazelwood Power Station in Australia for £32.4 Million (London, November 13, 2000) -- International Power plc, announced an agreement for the acquisition of Scottish Power's 19.9% interest in the 1600 megawatt (MW) Hazelwood power station in Victoria, Australia. The Aus$88 million purchase (£32.4 million), increases International Power's ownership in Hazelwood to 91.8%, and strengthens the company's position as one of Australia's leading independent power generators. The transfer of ownership will be completed on November 17, 2000.

110 MW gas fired cogeneration plant in Rayong Province, Thailand

International Power Completes Refinancing of Power Plant in Thailand (London ­ 27 July 2001) -- International Power announced today that it has completed a US$ 45.1 million loan package to re-finance it’s wholly owned subsidiary, Thai National Power, for costs associated with construction of a 110 MW gas fired cogeneration plant in Rayong Province, Thailand. The plant went into service in October 2000 and has achieved a technical availability of over 99% since commissioning.

Intl Power-CMS Energy sign PWPA for Abu Dhabis Largest Power And Desalination Project

International Power And CMS Energy Sign Power And Water Purchase Agreement For Abu Dhabis Largest Power And Desalination Project (London – 15 August 2001) -- International Power and CMS Energy Corporation announce that the two companies have signed a 20-year power and water purchase agreement with the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) for the $1.6 billion Shuweihat S-1 power and desalination project. International Power and CMS Energy will together own 40% of the project on a 50/50 basis. The total investment for each company will be around US$ 80 million.

Intl Power Dividends from KAPCO & Hubco (Pakistan)

International Power Receives £27 million Net Dividend from Kot Addu Power Company (KAPCO) in Pakistan (London – 6 June 2002) International Power today announces that it has received the first dividend payment from KAPCO since 1998. This follows the resolution of all longstanding differences between International Power, Pakistan’s Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) and KAPCO. The interim dividend translated to a net payment of £27 million to International Power with respect to its 36% equity interest in KAPCO.

Intl Power-TEPCO-Mitsui consortium in UAE-PWPA

International Power led consortium to acquire 40% of Umm Al Nar power and water plant, UAE; UAE and also signs agreements to expand the plant and sell entire output to ADWEC under a 23-year agreement (London – 22 April 2003) -- We are pleased to announce that a consortium led by International Power and including Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and Mitsui & Co. Limited (Mitsui), has agreed to acquire a 40% equity interest in the Umm Al Nar water and power plant from the Abu Dhabi Electricity and Water Authority (ADWEA). The remaining 60% ownership interest in the plant will continue to be held indirectly by ADWEA. The consortium has also signed agreements to expand the plant and sell the entire power and water output to the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Company (ADWEC) under an approximate 23 year Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA).

Intl Power Acquires stakes in Power Stations in Turkey & Pakistan

International Power signs Agreement to Acquire stakes in two Power Stations in Turkey and Pakistan

Intl Power- Mitsui acquires Edison Mission Energy assets

International Power completes the acquisition of Edison Mission Energy’s International Generation Portfolio (London – 17 December 2004) International Power is pleased to announce today the completion of the acquisition of the international generation portfolio of Edison Mission Energy (the “EME Portfolio”), in a 70:30 partnership with Mitsui & Co., Ltd of Japan, for a consideration of $2.0 billion (£1.04 billion). This follows the Extraordinary General Meeting on 25 November 2004, when shareholders voted overwhelmingly in favour of the transaction.

Intl Power's Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA) in Qatar

International Power signs Power and Water Purchase Agreement (PWPA) for Ras Laffan B, Qatar (London - 2 March 2005) International Power plc (IPR) is pleased to announce that together with project partners, Qatar Electricity & Water Corporation (QEWC) and Chubu Electric of Japan, it has signed a 25-year PWPA with Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) for the entire power and water output from Ras Laffan B in Qatar. The plant will be owned and operated by Q Power Q.S.C, in which IPR has a 40% equity interest, with 55% held by QEWC and 5% by Chubu Electric of Japan.

Sale of Valley Power plant (Australia) to Snowy Hydro

International Power completes sale of interest in 300 MW Valley Power plant, Australia (London – 17 October 2005) -- International Power and Mitsui & Co, Ltd (IPM) have completed the sale of IPM’s 60% interest in the 300 MW Valley Power peaking plant in Victoria, Australia, to Snowy Hydro Ltd. IPM’s 60% share was sold for an enterprise value of A$146 million (£62 million).

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Acquisition of Malakoff (Malaysia) by MMC

Proposed acquisition of Malakoff, Malaysia, by MMC (London - 17 May 2005) International Power notes the announcement by MMC Corporation Berhad (MMC) that it intends to acquire all of Malakoff Berhad’s (Malakoff) assets and liabilities for a total cash consideration of 9.3 billion Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) (£1.4 billion). MMC’s proposed offer to shareholders represents a distribution of 10.35 MYR per share, a premium of 5.7% and 13.0% over the 5 day and 3 months weighted average price of Malakoff’s shares.

Intl Power alliance with Mitsui in UK and Indonesia

(London – 29 March 2007) International Power announces that it has signed an agreement with Mitsui & Co Ltd (Mitsui) to create a common ownership platform for its UK* assets (to be held 75% International Power and 25% Mitsui) and to equalise its returns from Paiton, Indonesia. Mitsui is a related party due to its existing relationship with International Power and hence this transaction is subject to shareholder approval.

Intl Power acquires remaining 50% shares of EnergyAustralia

International Power completes acquisition of remaining 50% of its Australian Retail Partnership (London – 16 August) - International Power has successfully completed the acquisition of the remaining 50% of the EnergyAustralia and International Power (Australia) retail energy partnership. International Power has paid A$142 million (£59 million) in cash to EnergyAustralia for the remaining 50% share of the partnership from existing liquid resources. Following the completion of this transaction the business will be called Simply Energy. The business sells electricity and gas to retail customers in Victoria and South Australia and now has more than 400,000 power and gas accounts, providing an effective additional route to market for International Power Australia.

Intl Power completes financing for Fujairah F2 IWPP

International Power completes financing for the Fujairah F2 IWPP, UAE (London – 18 December 2007) -- International Power plc is pleased to announce that, together with project partners the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) and Marubeni Corporation of Japan, it has successfully completed the financing for the 2,000 MW, 130 MIGD Fujairah F2 IWPP in the UAE. The plant will be owned by the Fujairah Asia Power Company (FAPCO) in which International Power has a 20% equity interest, with 60% held by ADWEA and 20% by Marubeni. The facility will be operated by a 50:50 joint venture between International Power and Marubeni.

30-yr PPA for Paiton 3 coal-fired

International Power Signs Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for 815MW Paiton Plant Expansion in Indonesia (London – 4 August 2008) -- International Power plc is pleased to announce the signing of a 30-year PPA between PT Paiton Energy and PT PLN (Persero), the Indonesian state utility, for the new 815MW, coal-fired Paiton 3 plant in Indonesia. International Power has a 40.5%* interest in PT Paiton Energy.

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