Transmission and Transportation Strategic Business Group

This strategic business group connects large energy sources to consumption centers through electric energy transmission lines and gas pipelines.

This group has the objective of consolidating a Power Energy Transmission LATAM Company. Currently, GEB has a transmission portfolio with Transmission Branch in Colombia, 40% stake in REP and CTM in Peru, Trecsa and EEBIS in Guatemala and Gebbras in Brazil.

It also seeks to strengthen the process of consolidation and growth of the largest gas transportation company in Colombia, TGI.

GEB

Electricity
Transmition
100%
Colombia

Sucursal Transmisión Grupo Energía Bogotá

Branch created by the amendment of Grupo Energía Bogotá bylaws approved during the Extraordinary General Meeting in December 2017. This branch builds on the more than 123 years of experience in electric transmission business on Colombia that had the former Empresa de Energía de Bogotá (funded in 1896).

The transmission Branch is the second most important electric transmission company with a market share of 18,84%.

Key operational figures as of December 2018:

  • Lines’ total length: 1.523 km and 25 substations.
  • Infrastructure availability: 99,96%.

TGI

Natural Gas
Transport
99.97*%
Colombia

Transportadora de Gas Internacional S.A. ESP

With more than 25 years of experience, TGI is the largest gas transporter in Colombia. It provides services to big users, producers and developers of energy markets, with the aim of connecting sources of energy with consumption centers. TGI provides services to Colombia´s most populated areas such as Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, Eje Cafetero and Piedemonte Llanero.

Key operational figures as of December 2018:

  • Gas pipelines total length: 3.994 kilometers.
  • Average volume of gas transported: 459,6 MSCFD.

Total capacity: 791,8 MSCFD.

TRECSA

Electricity
Transmition
95%
Guatemala

Transportadora de Energía de Centroamérica S.A.

Established on February 2010 under the laws of Guatemala with the name of Transportadora de Energía de Centroamérica S.A., Trecsa. The company is in charge of executing the requirements of the PET -1-2009 tender project, awarded to Grupo Energía Bogotá on January 2010. 

Trecsa is currently executing the construction of the Energy Transport Expansion Plan (PET), one of the most important infrastructure projects in Central America. The project includes the construction of 866 km of transmission lines, 11 new substations, the expansion of 12 existing substations and the operation and maintenance once the project is fully constructed.

GEBBRAS

Electricity
Transmition
99.9%
Brasil

GEBBRAS

Gebbras is an electric transmission investment vehicle. Through this vehicle GEB manages four concessions in its operating phase: Transenergia Renovável S. A. (TER), Transenergia São Paulo S. A (TSP)., Goiás Transmissão S.A. (GOT) and MGE Transmissão S. A. (MGE), within 6 Brazilian states.

The four concessions acquired by the company were awarded through a public tender in 2008 and 2009 for a period of 25 years. The total length of the lines is 1,094 kilometers, with active levels of 500, 345, 230 and 138 kv, located in the following states: Espírito Santo, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais and São Paulo.

It is important to state that 51% of the 4 concessions were acquired by Gebbras in August 2015, the remaining 49% belongs to Furnas Centrais Elétricas S.A.

Key operational figures as of December 2018:

• Gebbras operates 1.094 km of transmission lines and 15 substations.

• Market share: 0,8% of Brazil's National Transmission Network.

EEBIS

Electricity
Transmition
100%
Guatemala

EEB Ingeniería y Servicios - Guatemala

Established on April 2011 as a subsidiary of EEB, the company provides engineering services, electrical studies, management and development of transmission projects in Guatemala.  

One of EEBIS’ greatest achievements and major projects in 2018, was the completion of the construction of the South Pacific Ring (SPS) project. This project involves the construction of 7 substations and 95 kilometers of transmission lines that will transport the energy generated by the Magdalena, Madre Tierra, Pantaleón, La Unión and Santa Ana mills. The generated energy is available to the National Interconnected System (SIN).

CTM

Electricity
Transmition
40%
Perú

Consorcio Transmantaro

Consorcio Transmantaro S.A. (CTM) is the concessionaire of the transmission line Mantaro-Socabaya. It is responsible for connecting the North Central region Interconnected System with the South region Interconnected System. Currently, CTM is responsible for the construction, operation and maintenance of power transmission networks and systems’ development.

The concession was awarded in 1998 for a period of 33 years. It represents around 23% of Perú’s National Interconnected System.

Key operational figures as of December 2018:

  • CTM operates 4.261km transmission lines and 21 substations.
  • Availability of infrastructure is around 99,96%
  • Market demand is around 4.377 GWh
  • 15 concessions, 2 extensions and 13 private contracts