SOEs

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This memo discusses: (1) the role of MoMP in managing the SOEs including the North coal (NCE), Afghan gas (AGE), Kod-e-Barq and Jabal Saraj Cement, (2) an overview of each enterprise, and (3) the Details regarding the EITI recommendation. The MoMP SOEs located in four provinces. On behalf the MoMP, the SOEs directorate has the responsibility to coordinate, facilitate and monitor affairs of these SOEs. The highest decision making body in SOEs is the High Board of SOEs which approves their annual financial and operational documents. At the executive level, the Board of Management of each SOE is responsible to manage the operation and management of the SOEs. The decision role of the High Board and the Senior Management is explained in the SOEs law and each SOE articles of associations.

North Coal Enterprise (NCE)

The largest of the SOE is the North Coal Enterprise, which is headquartered in Baghlan province and managed by CEO, two deputies (admin and technical), and CFO. The NCE has 287 permanent employees and 381 contract based workers. The NCE is overseeing three active and one inactive coal mines. One mine (Tala O Barfak) is located in Baghlan province and the two others (Shabashak and Dan e Tor) are located in Samangan. Abkhorak coal mine is inactive and it is located in Samangan. Based on article 33 of the SOEs law, the high board of Tasadee (chaired by MoMP and members from MoF, MoE and MoCI) is involved in all decision related to the NCE financial plan and it strategic decision. The senior management of the NCE provide its financial and operation report to the High Board. In addition, the MoMP is responsible to monitor its operation and financial activity. Thus, in 2018, the MoMP deployed a financial system in the NCE for computerization of its financial transactions and ensuring transparency in its financial activities. 

Afghan Gas enterprise (AGE)

The second SOE is the Afghan Gas Enterprise (AGE) which is responsible for extraction and supply of natural gas. The AGE currently provides 95% of natural gas to the Kod-e-Barq enterprise and the remaining 5% to other customer and it’s expect to supply gas to the new projects such as Bayat and Ghazanfar IPP in near future. Based on article 33 of the SOEs law, the high board of Tasadee (chaired by MoMP and members from MoF, MoE and MoCI, MoWE) is involved in all decision related to the AGE financial plan and its strategic decision. The senior management of the AGE provide its financial and operation report to the High Board and also the MoMP is responsible to monitor its operation and financial activity. Therefore, in 2018, the MoMP deployed a financial system in the AGE for computerization of its financial transactions and ensuring transparency in its financial activities.  

Kod-e-Barq enterprise

The third SOE is the Kod-e-Barq (fertilizer and electricity) enterprise is one of the oldest factories in Afghanistan. The company is located 18 km west of Mazar-e-Shareef. The primary products of the Kod-eBarq are fertilizer and electricity. The planned production of Kod is 44k MT of fertilizer for 1397. The Kod e Barq Enterprise has a total of 1,715 employees of which 725 are permanent and 989 are contract based. Management board of Tassadees includes CEO, Technical deputy, admin deputy, CFO & Planning manager. Based on article 33 of the SOEs law, the high board of Tasadee (chaired by MoMP and members from MoF, MoE, MoCI and MAIL) is involved in all decision related to Kod-e-Barq financial plan and its strategic decision. The senior management of the Kod-e-Barq provides its financial and operation report to the High Board and the MoMP is responsible to monitor its operation and financial activity. 

Jabal Saraj cement enterprise

The Jabal Saraj cement enterprise is a small cement producing company. The enterprise is located in 80 kilometers north of Kabul. The Jabal Saraj cement enterprise has 213 employees of which has 42 

permanent and 171 contractual based employees. Due to civil war the operations of the industry got stopped. Whereas, the JCE plant in Parwan has reopened after 20 years in 2016. The plant currently has the capacity to produce on average 60 t/day. Based on article 33 of the SOEs law, the high board of Tasadee (chaired by MoMP and members from MoF, MoE, MoCI and MUDH) is involved in all decision related to JCE financial plan and its strategic decision. The senior management of the JCE provide its financial and operation report to the High Board. In addition, the MoMP is responsible to monitor its operation and financial activity.

 

 

  SOEs Directorate Attachments   
- SOE's Addendum Report Download Files
- SOEs Retained Earning,reinvestment,third party financing and gov ownership Download Files

 

  NCE Attachments   
- Assessment of and Restructuring Options of the Northern Coal Enterprise  Download Files
- Reform and Restructure of Northern Coal Download Files
- MoMP, Coal Industry 05-06-2018 Download Files
- North Coal Enterprise Balance sheet Download Files
- North Coal Enterprise Income statement  Download Files
- NCE Audit BOARD LETTER Report for Years 1395 & 1396_30 Nov Download Files
- NCE Audit Report for 1395 & 1396_30 Nov Download Files
- NCE Coal Mines Coordinate Download Files
- NCE Memorandums of Association Download Files
- NCE Legal Documents Coordinates  Download Files
- NCE Legal Documents Coordinates  Download Files
- NCE Legal Documents Coordinates  Download Files

 

  AGE Attachments  
- Afghan Gas Enterprise Balance sheet Download Files
- Final Report AGE UNICON Download Files
- Afghan Gas Enterprise Income Statement  Download Files
- Afghan Gas Enterprise Corporatization  Download Files
- Proposal for Restructuring divestiture and transfer of assets  Download Files
- AGE Final Audit Report of 1395 & 1396 Download Files
- AGE coordinate Download Files
- AGE legal documents Download Files
- AGE Memorandums of Association Download Files