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Sahara India Power Corporation Ltd.
Sahara India Power Corporation Ltd. (SIPCL) has entered into MoU with Govt. of Odisha on 07-02-2009 & Supplementary Mou for change of site on 09-4-2010 at Titilagarh Tahasil, Dist. Balangir, Odisha (KBK District) for setting up 2X660 MW Thermal Power Plant . This is the only major industry envisaged in Balangir District. There is no displacement, irrigated area (60% barren & balance single crop rainfed), no forest area, no wild life sanctuary and as per Socio Economic Study, the project will give immense benefit to develop economic standard of the area Major Bottlenecks: 1. Land :- As per MoU with Govt. of Odisha, IDCO a Govt. of Odisha undertaking is responsible to hand over hassle free land without any encumbrances for setting of the plant in time. But so far only the following land has been transferred in the name of SIPCL. The total land handed over Govt. Land. 74.26 out of 87 acres and Pvt. Land 392.20 acres out 863 acres. Full payment has been made by SIPCL to IDCO. 2. Water:- In the Supplementary MoU allocation of water to SIPCL to run the plant is agreed by State Govt. All the formalities has been completed. 57th State Water Allocation Committee has cleared the proposal on 22-05-2011 & sent to Water Resources Deptt. for final allocation of 50 cusecs from River Tel. So far final water allocation has not been issued by Water Resources Deptt. Govt. of Odisha. 500 cum/day ground water is cleared by CGWD, GoI and Ground Water Allocation Committee by district and sent to Water Resources Deptt. on 13-05-2013. So far ground water allocation for construction purpose is pending with Water Resources Deptt., GoO. 3. Environment Clearance:- a) SPCB, Odisha has given consent to establish on 01-01-2013 after successful public hearing. b) After the recommendation of SPCB to grant EC already MoEF has called 3 meetings so far after completing all the requirements as per MoEF in the final EIA report. So far EC has not been granted. 4. Coal:- a) Total Coal Requirement 6.5 Million Tonne of 3300 KCAL/kg. b) Application has been submitted to Ministry of Coal, GoI on 17/06/2009, 12/08/2010 & 29/12/2011. The Govt. of Odisha, Energy Deptt. has recommended allocation to CEA vide letter no. 5494, dtd: 22-05-2009. The Coal Linkage priority is not available to SIPCL as land has not been transferred by Govt. of Odisha (IDCO). 5. Railway:- After discussion with East Coast Railways, they have cleared for survey & giving final DPR for railway connectivity to plant from Sikri Station (4 km. from Titilagarh Railway Juntion). The final DPR has been submitted with East Coast Railways on September, 2014. Final approval of DPR is awaited. 6. ICB Tendering:- ICB Competitive Bidding has been called on 30th Oct, 2013 where 14 parties has been participated including BHEL & 5 foreign parties. But the work order could not be placed due to non-availability of land. 7. Chimney Clearance:- Application submitted at Airport Authority Raipur on 10-07-2014 for Chimney Clearance after certification of Survey of India. So far Chimney Clearance has not been received. 8. Financial Closure:- Without getting land, water, coal linkage financial closure is not possible.
Athena Chhattisgarh Power Limited
Athena Chhattisgarh Power Limited (ACPL) is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for developing and implementing a domestic coal based Thermal Power Project in Janjgir-Champa District in the State of Chhattisgarh. The plant is planned to be developed in one stage with a total generation capacity of about 1200 MW. The project configuration will be two units of about 600 MW each. The first unit of the plant is expected to be commissioned in a period of 39 months from financial closure and the second is expected to be commissioned in 42 months from financial closure. ACPL has signed an Implementation Agreement with Government of Chhattisgarh (GoC) for the development of the project. Coal linkage for part of the project capacity has been granted. The project has also been accorded environmental clearance by Ministry of Environment and Forest
NRSS29 - Northern Region System Strengthening Scheme -29
Presently the power supply to the valley is through Kishenpur Wagoora 400 kV DC, Kishanpur Pampore 220 kV DC and Udhampur Pampore 132kV DC Kishanpur new wanpho 400 kV DC is under construction All the existing and under construction line are rooted through Udhampur Batote Banihal Pir Panjal pass The common corridor of the transmission line is highly prone to snow storm, land slides and other natural calamities making power supply to the Kashmir valley vulnerable There was a complete collapse of power supply to Kashmir valley on 6th and 7th Jan12 due to heavy snowfall and break down tripping of all three existing links between Jammu region and Kashmir valley Further power supply to Jammu and, Kashmir is basically through 400and220 kV Kishanpur substation and there is an immediate need for providing an alternate route for transfer of power from Jammu region to Kashmir valley Further to need the high load growth anticipated in northern part of Kashmir and to cater to projected loads, a 400and220 kV substation at Amargarh in North Kashmir area is required Accordingly to mitigate above constraints present scheme has been proposed Under the present scheme Establishment of 400and220 kV substation at Amargarh along with Loop in Loop Out (LILO) Uri Wagoora 400 kV DC has been proposed The substation would be further connected to the grid through Jalandhar Samba Amargarh 400 kV DC line The Samba Amargarh line should be routed via Akhnoor and Rajouri This would have dual benefit ie the line would be constructed through a different corridor which is away from the existing line corridor as well when the demand in Akhnoor & Rajouri increases new 400 kV substations can be established by LILO of proposed 400 kV Samba Amargarh line Amargarh is close to Uri and getting corridor for LILO would be difficult Accordingly multi circuit towers would be used near Amargarh substation for LILO work Accordingly following elements are proposed under NRSSXXIX • Establishment of 7 Multiplied 105 MVA, 400and220 kV GIS substation at Amargarh • Jalandhar Samba 400 kV DC • Samba Amargarh 400 kV DC routed through Akhnoor & Rajouri • LILO of both circuits of Uri Wagoora 400 kV DC line at Amargarh
PKTCL- Purulia Kharagpur Transmission Company Limited
In view of the growth of generation projects in different pockets of Eastern region, it is felt desirable to strengthen the interconnection of the state grids with the regional grid so as to facilitate exchange of additional power between them. The following transmission lines have been planned as system strengthening scheme for exchange of power between West Bengal Grid and inter-state transmission system (ISTS). 400 kV D/C line from Purulla Pumped Storage Power Project (PSPP) in West Bengal to Ranchi 765/400 kV sub-station of Powergrid in Jharkhand. Purulia Pumped Storage Power Station of West Bengal has a capacity of 900 MW and is well connected to the state grid through 400 kV lines to Arambagh and Bidhannagar 400 kV sub-station of West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Complany Ltd. (WBSETCL) . The Ranchi 400 kV substation is a strong substation in Eastern Region grid and also one of the gateways for power exchange with Western Region grid . The proposed 400 kV line between Purulia PSPP and Ranchi would provide a strong interconnection between WBSETCL system and ISTS system. 400 kV D/C line from Kharagpur 400 kV sub-station of WBSETCL to Chaibasa 400/220 kV SUb-station of Powergrid . The 400 kV sub-station at Kharagpur of WBSETCL has been commissioned with LILO of Kolaghat-Baripada line. Further, a 400 kV line between Kharagpur and Kolaghat is under implementation by WBSETCL. The Chaibasa sub-station of Powergrid is under implementation with LILO of both circuits of Jamshedpur-Rourkela line. The proposed 400 kV line between Kharagpur and Chaibasa would strengthen the 400 kV interconnection of WBSETCL system with the ISTS system.
Jhabua Power Limited Phase-1 1*600MW
Coal based Thermal Power Project being established in villages Barela, Gorakhpur, Tehsil Ghansor, District Seoni, State Madhya Pradesh
H-Energy Gateway LNG Terminal
Petroleum and Natural Gas
HGPL intends to build an infrastructure for Storage & Regasification of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for potential customers like power plants and other industrial consumers. The Project is located at Jaigarh Port, Ratnagiri. The Project is based on tolling concept wherein a third party will be able to access Project facilities for import, storage & regasification of LNG and subsequent send out of natural gas to consumers on a firm and long term basis. The Terminal shall comprise of jetty based LNG unloading facilities to accommodate LNG ships, LNG transfer pipelines, two 190,000 m3 net capacity full containment LNG storage tanks, a boil off gas recovery system and heat exchange based vaporization system (utilizing heat integration with adjoining JSW power plant). The electrical supply for the Terminal will be provided from dedicated Gas Engine Generators located within the Terminal. The Terminal shall be designed, built and operated in accordance with the applicable Indian and International codes, standards and guidelines. The Terminal shall be designed for safe, continuous and reliable operation for a service life of at least 30 years, unloading, storing and vaporising LNG and sending out 8.0 MTPA under standard conditions and 10 MTPA at peak load of natural gas into the pipeline system connected to a high pressure distribution network. The Terminal shall be designed to satisfy gas customer demands at the gas delivery points. The Terminal shall not require a complete scheduled shutdown during its operating life. Inspection and maintenance of equipment shall be completed whilst retaining natural gas send out. High overall availability of the Terminal will be ensured by suitable redundancy of plant and equipment and by specifying a well proven design in similar service.
Rail Coach Factory, Palakkad
The Project was announced in the Railway Budget 2008-09. The project is set up in an area of 430.59 acres of Govt. land at Palakkad with a total cost of Rs.1200 crores. Govt. of Kerala has already transferred 230.1 acres of land to Railway Board at a cost of Rs 33.7 crores on 17.08.2011. The remaining land area is 200.49 acres and the Railway Board has requested Govt. of Kerala to allot an area of 94.85 acres of land only from the remaining land at the same rate or lesser rate in comparison to the earlier allotted rates for the land. However, an area of 92.75 acres of balance land is vested forest land, requiring diversion and application for diversion has already been made to Dy. Conservator of Forests, Bangalore.
Korba West Power Company Limited Phase-1 1*600MW
Coal based Thermal Power Project being established in villages Bade Bhandar,Chhote Bhandar,Sarvani,Amli Bhouna, Tehsil Pussor, District Raigarh, State Chhattisgarh
Coal Coal Projects (Future) of ECL in Jharkhand
There are three Future/New Coal Projects of ECL in Jharkhand which is facing Land, Forestry Clearance issues.
Coal Projects (on-going) of ECL in Jharkhand
There are many On-going Coal Projects like Rajmahal Expn OC, Chitra East OC of ECL in Jharkhand which are facing Land, Rehabilitation & Resettlement and other issues
Coal Mining Projects of NCL in UP and MP state
Coal Mining Projects of NCL include Dudhichua Expansion OCP (15 Mty), Nigahi Expansion OCP (15 Mty), Amlohri Expansion OCP (10 Mty), Bina-Kakri Amalgamation OCP (10 Mty), Bina Extension OCP (6 Mty), Krishnashila OCP (6 Mty) and Block-B OCP (3.5 Mty) in Singrauli Coalfield spreadover the States of MP and UP.
Coal mining Projects of SECL in State of Madhya Pradesh
AMADAND OC Project report was approved on 25-09-2003 for 1.15 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 83.39 Cr. EC obtained on 5-10-2004 for 1.15 MTY. BATURA OC & RAMPUR BATURA OC Project report of Batura OC was approved on 09-09-2008 for 2.0 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 203.82 Cr. Project Report of Rampur Batura OC for 4.0 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 1186.64 Cr. after dovetailing the PR of Batura OC (2.0 MTY), has been approved on 31.10.2014 by SECL Board for onward submission to CIL for final approval. AMLAI OC EXPANSION (SECTOR B) Project report was approved on 10-11-2009 for 1.50 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 198.585 Cr.
Coal mining Projects of SECL in State of Chhattisgarh
1. GEVRA OC EXPANSION PROJECT - Gevra OC Expansion Project (25 to 35 MTY) is an On-going project approved in June 2010 by CIL Board. Total capital outlay is Rs. 2675.67 Crores. Total expenditure incurred till 31st March 2014 is Rs. 1532.379 Crores. The project has already achieved the rated capacity. EC for 40 MTY (peak capacity under clause 7(ii) of EIA) exists. 2. KUSMUNDA OC EXPANSION PROJECT - Kusmunda OC Expansion Project is an On-going project approved in August 2013 by CIL Board. Total capital outlay is Rs.7612.33 Crores. Total expenditure incurred till 31st March 2014 is Rs.753.418 Crores. EC for 18.75 MTY (peak capacity under clause 7(ii) of EIA) exists. Further Form-I for EC for 50 MTY (peak: 62.50 MTY) has already been submitted in June 2014. EAC held on 17.10.14 for issuing TOR. 3. DIPKA OC EXPANSION PROJECT - Dipka OC Expansion Project (20 to 25 MTY) is an On-going project approved in Dec. 2009 by CIL Board. Total capital outlay is Rs. 1943.66 Crores. Total expenditure incurred till 31st March 2014 is Rs. 1539.323 Crores. The project has already achieved the rated capacity. EC for 30 MTY (peak capacity under clause 7(ii) of EIA) exists. 4. PELMA Opencast - Project report was approved on 30-07-2008 for 10 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 448.32 Cr. 5. JAGANNATHPUR Open Cast - Project report was approved on 09-09-2008 for 3 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 152.43 Cr. 6. CHHAL Open Cast (Seam III) - Chhal OC (Seam III) Project is an On-going project approved in Dec. 2013 by CIL Board for 6 MTY. Total capital outlay is Rs. 610.63 Crores. 7. BAROUD OC Expansion (RCE) - Project report (RCE) was approved on 18-04-2012 for 3 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 258.56 Cr . 8. KARTALI EAST OC - Project report was approved on 30-07-2008 for 2.50 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 178.44 Cr. 9. JAMPALI OC (RCE) - Project report (RCE)was approved on 17-10-2011 for 2 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 142.58 Cr. 10. BIJARI OC (RCE) - Project report was approved on 26-05-2014 for 1.50 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 164.49 Cr. 11. MAHAN-II OC (RCE) - Project report (RCE) was approved on 26-05-2014 for 1 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 113.047 Cr. EC obtained for 1 MTY on 22-10-2007. 12. MAHAMAYA UG (Aug) - Augmentation Project report was approved on 09-06-2007 for 0.48 MTY with sanctioned capital of Rs. 90.48 Cr. EC obtained for 0.48 MTY on 18-02-2011.
Coal mining projects of CCL in Jharkhand
There are several coal mining projects in CCL which are pending due to land authentication,FRA etc.
Coal Projects of SCCL in Telangana State
There are 11 Ongoing Coal Projects of M/s Singareni Collieries Company Ltd in Telangana State is under implementation. Cumulative sanctioned capital cost of these 11 Ongoing Projects is 3124.88 Crores. These Projects are facing problem of acquisition of Forest land, Non- Forest land and Rehabilitation and Resettlement issues. Apart from Ongoing Projects, there are 6 other mines having issues with Ministries and State Govt. which are presented along with ongoing Projects. Details of Ongoing Projects are presented below. 1. Manuguru OC Project: Sanctioned cost- 431.45 Crores, Capacity –1.5 MT. 2. Manuguru OC II Extension (Phase II): Sanctioned cost- 181.19 Crores, Capacity–3.0 MT. 3. Kondapuram UG Project: Sanctioned cost- 19.29 Crores, Capacity–0.51 MT. 4. Kistaram OCP: Sanctioned cost- 242.295 Crores, Capacity–2.0 MT. 5. Jalagam Vengala Rao OCP II: Sanctioned cost- 447.06 Crores, Capacity–4.0 MT. 6. Srirampur OC-II Project: Sanctioned cost- 88.47 Crores, Capacity–2.5 MT. 7. Kasipet-2 Incline: Sanctioned cost- 60.18 Crores, Capacity–0.47 MT. 8. Kalyani Khani Opencast Project: Sanctioned cost- 417.33 Crores, Capacity–1.75 MT 9. Kakatiya Longwall project: Sanctioned cost- 453.63 Crores Capacity–2.747 MT. 10. RG OC II Extension Project: Sanctioned cost-418.97 Crores, Capacity–4.0 MT. 11. RG OC III Extension Phase-II: Sanctioned cost-365.01 Crores Capacity – 2.0 MT.
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