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1 Hassan Thermal Power  Power   In the First Phase, this is a 1x660 MW (Super critical) imported coal based Thermal Project located in Hassan District in Karnataka. Land, for the Project has already been allotted by KIADB and advance paid by us for 605 Acres of land adequate for the Project. The plot is situated 10 km from the Hassan town. The Project has received 0.74 TMC water allocation from Hemavathy Reservoir under an Agreement signed with the State Govt for 25 years. Fuel is on a pass through basis . MOEF clearance for 660 MW has already been received. 4000
2 Aravalli  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Aravalli base metal project has been initiated by Crown Mining Pvt Ltd. for the extraction of base metals such as Zinc and Lead. CMPL is a subsidiary of India resources Ltd. Government vide its letter No. F.18 (20) Mines/Gr.2/2004 dated 01 August 2005, which was came effected from 20.10.2005 upto 19.10.2008. CMPL has spent a significant sum of 1.58 USD for carrying out the exploration and drilling work. After Successful completion of RP 1/2004, CMPL has applied for Mining Lease (ML87/2008) for an area of 24.40 Sq KM vide application dated Total direct employment is estimated in the order of 2000 and this may further increase together with expansion of mines and plant. Geological report shows a total mineralisation of 135,623,100 tons of 3.58% Pb+Zn. With this project we pledge to bring Australian technology in mining sector. 1000
3 Ganajur Gold Project  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Deccan Exploration Services Private Limited (DESPL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Deccan Gold Mines Limited, (DGML). Deccan Gold Mines Limited – “DGML” is a public limited company listed in Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE Scrip Code: 512068). DESPL explored an area of 1,542 Sq.kms under a Reconnaissance Permit (RP) that resulted in locating several significant gold prospects that included Ganajur Main Gold prospect and a few satellite. Reconnaissance drilling of the Ganajur Main prospect during the R.P. stage revealed the existence of an ore body having the potential to host substantial mineable resource. After having recognized the mining potential of the Ganajur Main prospect, DESPL applied for a Prospecting Licence (P.L) covering an area of 2.2 sq km. The State Govt. obtained the approval of the Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India and granted the PL vide CI.157:MMM.2005 dated 10.9.2009. The PL Deed was executed on 25th Sept. 2009. The PL Block has been explored by using multi disciplinary techniques including substantial drilling as per international standards. The exploration efforts have resulted in upgrading the project in terms of significant increase in gold resource. The Ganajur Main Prospect has now progressed into a mining project containing economically mineable grades of gold. A Mining Lease (ML) application for 0.29 sq.kms of DESPL over the Ganajur Main Gold Project is currently awaiting approval of the Ministry of Mines, Government of India (MoM) after it was recommended by the State Government of Karnataka in the year 2010 vide Ref. CI.30 MMM 2010 dt. 8.11.2010. DESPL has also signed an MOU with the Government of Karnataka during the Global Investors Meet at Bangalore in 2010 for gold mining and setting up of a 2000 TPD gold ore processing plant at Ganajur village. The State High Level Clearance Committee (SHLCC) has also approved the project and permitted acquisition of 200 acres of land for implementing the project. DESPL has proposed to commence an open pit gold mining operation over the Ganajur Main Gold deposit once the ML is granted. SRK Mining Services (India) Pvt. Ltd, (SRK) which is an internationally acknowledged independent certifying agency has submitted an updated Mineral Resource Statement in accordance with the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results known as JORC Standard. SRK has estimated a total of 308,000 ounces of gold, out of which 301,000 ounces are under Indicated Reserve category equivalent of UNFC 121 Code. The resource has been estimated upto an inclined depth of 120 metres. SRK’s independent evaluation has addressed the mine optimization, process design, waste disposal, management plans, site lay out, infrastructure, capital/operating expenditure estimates, project economics (including key risks and opportunities) and future work programme. SRK’s study has revealed that project is technically and economically attractive and the operations could be scaled up considering the fact that there exist several satellite gold prospects surrounding the Ganajur Main Gold Deposit having distinct possibilities of adding to the existing mineral resource. SRK’s scoping /Prefeasibility studies have demonstrated that at a sustainable gold price greater than USD850/oz, the Ganajur Main Gold Project has the potential to be developed into a viable open-pit mining operation 1000
4 Adhunik Cement Ltd  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Adhunik Cement Ltd is a integrated Cement plant with a capacity of 1.5 million Metric tones per annum along with a Captive Thermal Power Plant of 25 MW. This project is situated at Village Thangskai in the limestone rich district of East Jaintia Hills in the State of Meghalaya. The Plant is designed to run on limestone from its captive mines located in the vicinity of the plant. The Captive Thermal power plant is fed with locally available Coal from within the State. The land and mines required for the project has been acquired by the Company after necessary permissions and clearances from the State Govt. The project has been commissioned on the 7th August 2010. Since September 2012 Adhunik Cement Ltd is a subsidiary of Dalmia Cement Bharat Ltd. 1100
5 2x660 MW Kalisindh Supercritical Thermal Power Project  Power   Government of Rajasthan accorded approval in June 2010 for setting up of 2x660 MW Kalsisndh Extension Supercritical Power Project in Village -Nimoda Distt- Jhalawar, Rajasthan. Public Hearing for obtaining Environmental Clearance for this project has been conducted on 08.07.2014 at Site by State Polution Control Board. NOC by RSPCB granted and recommended to MoEF on 03.09.2014 for Environmental Clearance. 7920
6 2x 660 MW Banswara Supercritical Thermal Poer Project  Power   Government of Rajasthan accorded approval in June-2010 for setting up 2x660MW Banswara supercritical project, Village - Phephar, Disrtict Banswara , Rajasthan. Terms of Reference has been prescribed by MoEF for conducting EIA study valid upto Dec 2014. The project is now expected to implement during 12th & 13th Plan subject to availability of Firm Coal Block/Linkage. 7920
7 Shirpur Power Pvt. Ltd.  Power   New Group Captive Power Plant with a capacity of 300 MWs (2x150) at Dhule, Maharashtra for supplying power to group captive consumers. The company has submitted MoU and copies of Board Resolution of captive consumers confirming off-take of more than 51% of power from CPP. The Captive Power Plant is scheduled to be commissioned in March, 2015. Long-Term Linkage is required on urgent basis for the power plant as without linkage the generation of power is not viable in the present circumstances. 1800
8 2 X 50 MW Tidong-I Hydro Electric Project of NSL Tidong Power Generation Pvt Ltd (NTPGPL)  Power   Introduction: 100 MW Tidong I Hydro Electric Project ( HEP) is a run of the river scheme on Tidong Khad, a tributary of river Satluj, located in Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh. The project has been allotted to M/s NSL Renewable Power Private Limited (NRPPL) and is being built by its fully owned subsidiary M/s NSL Tidong Power Generation Pvt Ltd, on Built, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis as a PPP Project for the Government of Himachal Pradesh. Project site falls in 3 Villages namely Lamber, Ruwang and Lizang under Moorang Tehsil of Kinnaur District. The total land required by the project is 42.2557 ha, including 39.0546 ha of forest land and 3.2011 ha of private land. The project will have 2 x 50 MW Vertical Shaft Pelton turbines. The annual energy generation from this project is estimated to be 541.70 MUs in a 90% dependable year. Statutory Clearances: All the necessary Environmental and Forest Clearances for the Main Project are obtained from MoEF, Govt of India and the private land has been acquired for the project under Land Acquisition Act, 1894. After obtaining all statutory clearances, the project construction works started in 2009 and the project is scheduled to commission on 31st July 2016. Given the current progress of the works, the project is expected to be commissioned by Dec 2015. Transmission Lines: As part of the evacuation arrangement, 16.5 km transmission line of 220kV DC capacity is envisaged for evacuation of power from Tidong I HEP to the nearest connecting point at existing Kashang-Bhabah 220 kV DC line. The construction of this line was originally in the scope of Himachal Pradesh Power Tranmission Corporation Limited (HPPTCL) but due to delays in their implementation, M/s Tidong Power Generation Pvt Ltd had taken it into its scope. Project Cost: The estimated cost of the project in the year 2009 at the time of obtaining project approvals is Rs 648 Crores. The financial closure was achieved on 2nd Dec 2010. However due to delays in obtaining approvals for the forest clearance for the transmission lines, the project cost got escalated to Rs 1113 Crores. The financial closure for the cost over runs is in process and expected to be completed by 15th October 2014. There has been substantial delay in sanctioning the loans for the cost over-run funding by existing lenders. This has led to delay in the project implementation due to lack of adequate funding. Still the sanctions are pending with banks/financial institutions. 1113
9 2 X 660 MW Tentulei Thermal Power Project of NSL Nagapatnam Power and Infratech Ltd  Power   1)Capacity : 2x660MW (Super Critical Technology based) 2)Location : Project site falls in the purview of 5 villages namely Tentulei, Ghantapada, Jagannathpur, Sana Scotland and Bada Scotland, all in Angul District, Odisha. 3)Land : Obtained possession of 471 acres, out of total 793 acres. Possession of balance land is in progress & expected to be completed by end Sep 2014. However, the land taken into possession is adequate for main plant works. 4)Fuel : Obtained coal linkage from MCL, MoC/GoI for 70% of the Coal requirement. The project was earlier proposed as Coastal based power project in Tamilnadu state and was allotted only 70% of coal linkage. With due approval from MoC, the project is now shifted to Odisha state and now it is an inland alike pit-head project. 5)Water : Obtained water linkage from Dept of Water Resources (WRD), GoO from Brahmani river. 6)Environmental Clearance: Obtained from Ministry of Environment & Forest (MoEF), Govt. of India (GoI) vide their letter No. J-13012/25/2007-IA.II (T), dated 25.03.2013. 7)Financial Closure: Completed. Common loan Agreement signed on 18-09-2012. 8)Award of EPC contract for entire project : Placed contract award on M/s.Tata Projects Ltd, with BTG awarded to M/s Alstom India limited 7796.78
10 Calcom Cement India Ltd  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  This is a split located Cement project with a capacity of 1.75 million MT of Cement in the first phase. The Limestone mining and Clinkerization project is located in the Dima Hasao District of Assam, while the Grinding project is located in the Naogoan Dist of Assam, at a distance of 70 km where access to Railway Siding and NHAI East-West corridor is available. The Grinding unit at Lanka has been commissioned in August 2010 and is currently being operated with bought out clinker from various plants in and outside the region including a neighboring country. The Clinkerization unit is under construction at Umrangshu and is now expected to be ready for commissioning by November 2014. There has been delays in this project due to various factors like law and order, which has been since resolved, availability of power, infrastructure of Roads, Forest Clearance of Mines etc. Once commissioned this project will have a huge role in supporting the infrastructure projects of National significance under implementation and those projected for the NE region as the project is located in the center of the North-East region and the closest Cement plant to Railway and Road expansion projects as well as Hydroelectricity and Defense projects planned in Arunachal Pradesh. This is in addition a Joint sector project with the Govt. of Assam through the Assam Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. The Dalmia Cement Bharat Ltd is the largest promoter of this project having more than 70 years of Cement manufacturing expertise and this being the only cement project from a National House in the North-East region. 1009
11 102 MW WIND POWER PROJECT  Petroleum and Natural Gas   Brief Project Description: Scope of work includes, in general to, Construction of 102 MW Wind Power Project in Rajasthan on Turnkey basis including Land, Design, Engineering, Supply, Transportation to site, Erection, Commissioning, Associated Civil & Electrical Engineering works, Inter-connections with the State grid, Obtaining all statutory permissions, complete in all respect, comprehensive Operation & Maintenance (O&M) of the Wind Power Project for a period of 10 (TEN) years i.e. 1 (One) year during warranty period from the date of successful commissioning and 9 (Nine) years during post warranty period including all spares, consumables, insurance etc Project Cost: Original Cost 1106 Crore ( Capex 650 & 456 Crore for 20 Year O&M) Approved Cost for Rs 818 Crore( LSTK 650 + 10 year O&M Cost) Awarded Cost Rs 678 Crore ( LSTK 562 + 116 O&M for 10 years) Scheduled Completion as per Board Approval -June 2012. ( 6 months from NOA) Scheduled completion as per contract- 14 months from NOA March-14, Extended up to Oct-14 1106
12 Karimnagar Iron Ore Beneficiation Project  Commerce and Industry-DIPP  Project involves a 10MTPA low grade iron ore mining operation and associated beneficiation plant expected to produce 4MTPA of high grade iron ore. Second phase will involve further value addition through pellet plant. Construction of a local township and associated infrastructure will also be provided in the first stage on investment. 1000
13 Western Onshore Redevelopment Project –Mehsana  Petroleum and Natural Gas   Redevelopment of installations in Mehsana Asset. Total installations covered are 4 installations with 7 pipelines in Group A, 14 Installations in Group B and 8 Installations in Group C. Broad scope covers in general but not limited to Project management, Pre-Engineering site surveys, Residual basic engineering /process design, Detailed Design / Engineering based on process package, Procurement, Supply, Fabrication, Inspection & expediting, Transportation & Delivery of all equipment/materials to the work site, Storage, Site grading & Leveling, dismantling, removal and disposal of scrap & dismantling facilities, Construction (Civil and Structural), Erection / Installation of equipment’s, Piping, Hook up to existing systems, Painting, Insulation, Instrumentation, Electrical Works, Testing, Mechanical Completion, Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning after successful completion of 72 hours continuous Performance Guarantee Test Run (PGTR) for installations. Group-A is under tendering. Group –B & C under pre-tendering. 3823
14 Ahmedabad Asset Redevelopment Project  Petroleum and Natural Gas   The ONGC Board in its 212th meeting, held on 26.11.2010, approved the Redevelopment Plan of Ahmedabad Asset at an estimated cost of Rs. 1916.10 Crores. Ahmedabad Asset Redevelopment Plan includes Revamping of surface facilities & pipelines (surface facilities revamping cost Rs. 932.10 Crores, pipelines Rs. 105.50 Crores) and drilling of development wells as per plan (Rs. 878.50 Crores). The current project, designated as WORP_AMD, is for revamping of surface facilities. The scope of current project covers Revamping of 32 surface installations (GGS, CTF etc.) with an objective to handle increased liquid and cater to various statutory (safety, pollution control, environmental protection etc.) and technical requirements caused due to obsolescence. 1916.1
15 Integrated Steel Plant  Steel   SHLCC in its 14th Meeting held on 17.03.2008 has approved our proposal to setup 2.5 Million Tons Integrated Steel plant along with 250 MW Power Plant with an investment of Rs. 8735.00 Crores in 1201 Acres and 15 Guntas of land at various Sy. Nos. of Kunikere and Hirebagnal villages of Koppal Taluk & District. Our I phase, a 0.8 MTPA Pellet Plant is operational from July, 2011 and awaiting EC for theh II phase, which is pending with MOEF 8735
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