The Nam Theun 2 hydropower project is expected to generate 5,936 GWh of power during 2013. Of the total generation, 5,636 GWh will be supplied to Thailand and the remaining will be fed into Laos’s power grid. The Lao Holding State Enterprise (LHSE), which has a 25 per cent stake in the Nam Theun Power Company, has stated that 2,592 GWh of power has already been generated during January–June 2013. The power company’s revenue during the first six months of 2013 stood at 917.79 billion kip from the sale of power. It earned revenue of 367.82 billion kip from Thailand and 21.15 billion kip from Lao. The power plant has a capacity of 1,070 MW and covers the Borikhamxay and Khammuan provinces. The shareholders of the company are Electricité de France (40 per cent share), LHSE (25 per cent), and Thailand’s Electricity Generating Public Company Limited (35 per cent).