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    Gadani project updates



    Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Saturday directed that top priority will be accorded for completion of the Gadani Power Park Project aimed at generating 6600 MW electricity to meet country’s growing industrial and domestic requirements. Chairing a meeting of Gadani Power Park Steering Committee here at Gadani in Hub, Balochistan, the Prime Minister said the project was vulture hinged on it. He directed that all measures be taken to fast track it.
    The Prime Minister also evinced keen interest in the power project that will house ten power plants of 660 MW each and was estimated to cost around US 14 billion dollars.
    He was informed that work on the project will start in March 2014 and Pakistan will install the first power plant, while the rest will be installed by foreign investors on built-own-operate and transfer basis. IPPs will be selected through international bidding by Pakistan Power and Infrastructure Board.
    The Prime Minister said China has shown interest in installing four power plants.
    He directed to simplify the procedures in award of projects to private companies in a transparent manner.
    He said the process must be designed so that projects are awarded on fast track basis.
    In this regard, he mentioned the way his previous government worked on the M-2 Motorway projects and said if he had not initiated the work through private sector, there would have been no progress.
    The Prime Minister also informed the meeting that he will be visiting Turkey on the invitation of its Prime Minister from September 16 to 18. He said the Turkish Prime Minister has also invited Pakistani businessmen to Turkey, so that they can interact with their counterparts and enter into joint ventures.
    He asked Pakistani private sector to hold a road show in Istanbul to seek Turkish investment in the power projects.
    The Prime Minister was informed that the Balochistan government will provide 5000 acres of land for the power park that will be connected with a seven km long jetty to bring in 20 million tonnes of coal.
    Prime Minister Sharif also appreciated Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for ensuring the payment of the circular debt.
    The Prime Minister was told that Pakistan Power Park Management Company has been incorporated to carry out the infrastructural work of the project and seed money of Rs1 billion has been allocated for the company.
    The Prime Minister lauded efforts of the Water and Power Minister and Secretary concerned for carrying forward the power projects.
    He said various parties were interested to take part in the Gadani Power Project so the government should accomplish its own task at earliest to win confidence of the other parties.
    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed Finance Minister to approach the World Bank to arrange funding for the project. The finance minister opined that the private companies can also manage the same at their own from their respective financial institutions and hoped that there would be no funding issue in this regard.
    The Prime Minister said the project should be duly publicized to aware the private investors and also directed the finance minister to arrange a briefing for the local bankers on the project as they too were interested to be part of it.
    Secretary Water and Power assured the Prime Minister that the project will be completed on fast track basis. He said the NTDC has been launched to work out a plan regarding transmission lines of the project that would benefit the whole country.
    The briefing was attended by Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Malik Baloch, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Energy Mussadiq Malik, Shaukat Fayaz A. Tareen.

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    Turkish group to invest in Gadani power park

    Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Saturday directed that top priority will be accorded for completion of the Gadani Power Park Project aimed at generating 6600 MW electricity to meet country’s growing industrial and domestic requirements. Chairing a meeting of Gadani Power Park Steering Committee here at Gadani in Hub, Balochistan, the Prime Minister said the project was vulture hinged on it. He directed that all measures be taken to fast track it.

    The Prime Minister also evinced keen interest in the power project that will house ten power plants of 660 MW each and was estimated to cost around US 14 billion dollars.
    He was informed that work on the project will start in March 2014 and Pakistan will install the first power plant, while the rest will be installed by foreign investors on built-own-operate and transfer basis. IPPs will be selected through international bidding by Pakistan Power and Infrastructure Board.
    The Prime Minister said China has shown interest in installing four power plants.

    He directed to simplify the procedures in award of projects to private companies in a transparent manner.
    He said the process must be designed so that projects are awarded on fast track basis.

    In this regard, he mentioned the way his previous government worked on the M-2 Motorway projects and said if he had not initiated the work through private sector, there would have been no progress.
    The Prime Minister also informed the meeting that he will be visiting Turkey on the invitation of its Prime Minister from September 16 to 18. He said the Turkish Prime Minister has also invited Pakistani businessmen to Turkey, so that they can interact with their counterparts and enter into joint ventures.

    He asked Pakistani private sector to hold a road show in Istanbul to seek Turkish investment in the power projects.
    The Prime Minister was informed that the Balochistan government will provide 5000 acres of land for the power park that will be connected with a seven km long jetty to bring in 20 million tonnes of coal.
    Prime Minister Sharif also appreciated Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for ensuring the payment of the circular debt.

    The Prime Minister was told that Pakistan Power Park Management Company has been incorporated to carry out the infrastructural work of the project and seed money of Rs1 billion has been allocated for the company.

    The Prime Minister lauded efforts of the Water and Power Minister and Secretary concerned for carrying forward the power projects.
    He said various parties were interested to take part in the Gadani Power Project so the government should accomplish its own task at earliest to win confidence of the other parties.

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed Finance Minister to approach the World Bank to arrange funding for the project. The finance minister opined that the private companies can also manage the same at their own from their respective financial institutions and hoped that there would be no funding issue in this regard.

    The Prime Minister said the project should be duly publicized to aware the private investors and also directed the finance minister to arrange a briefing for the local bankers on the project as they too were interested to be part of it.

    Secretary Water and Power assured the Prime Minister that the project will be completed on fast track basis. He said the NTDC has been launched to work out a plan regarding transmission lines of the project that would benefit the whole country.

    The briefing was attended by Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Malik Baloch, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Energy Mussadiq Malik, Shaukat Fayaz A. Tareen.

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    Re: PM for fast track completion of 6600MW Gadani Power Project

    Quote Originally Posted by Khanda View Post
    Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Saturday directed that top priority will be accorded for completion of the Gadani Power Park Project aimed at generating 6600 MW electricity to meet country’s growing industrial and domestic requirements. Chairing a meeting of Gadani Power Park Steering Committee here at Gadani in Hub, Balochistan, the Prime Minister said the project was vulture hinged on it. He directed that all measures be taken to fast track it.

    The Prime Minister also evinced keen interest in the power project that will house ten power plants of 660 MW each and was estimated to cost around US 14 billion dollars.
    He was informed that work on the project will start in March 2014 and Pakistan will install the first power plant, while the rest will be installed by foreign investors on built-own-operate and transfer basis. IPPs will be selected through international bidding by Pakistan Power and Infrastructure Board.
    The Prime Minister said China has shown interest in installing four power plants.

    He directed to simplify the procedures in award of projects to private companies in a transparent manner.
    He said the process must be designed so that projects are awarded on fast track basis.

    In this regard, he mentioned the way his previous government worked on the M-2 Motorway projects and said if he had not initiated the work through private sector, there would have been no progress.
    The Prime Minister also informed the meeting that he will be visiting Turkey on the invitation of its Prime Minister from September 16 to 18. He said the Turkish Prime Minister has also invited Pakistani businessmen to Turkey, so that they can interact with their counterparts and enter into joint ventures.

    He asked Pakistani private sector to hold a road show in Istanbul to seek Turkish investment in the power projects.
    The Prime Minister was informed that the Balochistan government will provide 5000 acres of land for the power park that will be connected with a seven km long jetty to bring in 20 million tonnes of coal.
    Prime Minister Sharif also appreciated Finance Minister Ishaq Dar for ensuring the payment of the circular debt.

    The Prime Minister was told that Pakistan Power Park Management Company has been incorporated to carry out the infrastructural work of the project and seed money of Rs1 billion has been allocated for the company.

    The Prime Minister lauded efforts of the Water and Power Minister and Secretary concerned for carrying forward the power projects.
    He said various parties were interested to take part in the Gadani Power Project so the government should accomplish its own task at earliest to win confidence of the other parties.

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed Finance Minister to approach the World Bank to arrange funding for the project. The finance minister opined that the private companies can also manage the same at their own from their respective financial institutions and hoped that there would be no funding issue in this regard.

    The Prime Minister said the project should be duly publicized to aware the private investors and also directed the finance minister to arrange a briefing for the local bankers on the project as they too were interested to be part of it.

    Secretary Water and Power assured the Prime Minister that the project will be completed on fast track basis. He said the NTDC has been launched to work out a plan regarding transmission lines of the project that would benefit the whole country.

    The briefing was attended by Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Malik Baloch, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Energy Mussadiq Malik, Shaukat Fayaz A. Tareen.

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    does that mean that they will be importing coal?

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    Turkish group to invest in Gadani power park



    ISLAMABAD: Leading Turkish business giant, Nurol Group, has expressed its readiness to invest in the Gadani Power Park, and to assist Pakistan in building Karachi-Lahore Motorway as well as Bhasha and Bonji dams.

    The Nurol Group is involved in the construction of the second largest dam and hydro-electricity power plant project, and its delegation, led by Vice Chairman, Orguz Carmikli, held a meeting with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif here on Wednesday. Mr Carmikli met the prime minister in Turkey recently.

    The company is focused on construction of motorway, dams and hydroelectric power plants and has recently constructed Gebze-Izmir Motorway, including world’s third largest Izmat Bay suspension bridge at a cost of $9.5 billion.

    Speaking to Mr Orguz, Prime Minister Sharif said that Pakistan’s priority sectors for investment include hydel and coal power plants, Karachi-Lahore Motorway and infrastructure development and Nurol must benefit from the huge business and investment opportunities.

    Mr Sharif said that the country faces power shortages and the present government is dedicated to mitigate the same by exploiting innovative and cheap energy resources.

    He added that Pakistan Power Park at Gaddani offers a golden opportunity to invest in coal-based power plants.

    Expressing his satisfaction over Pakistan’s legal framework for foreign investment, Mr Carmikli was pleased to know that the federal government would provide sovereign guarantees for construction of dams and energy projects.

    Utilising Nurol’s expertise in infrastructure development, the company may construct motorways on BOT basis.
    http://www.dawn.com/news/1048666/tur...ani-power-park
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    Re: Turkish group to invest in Gadani power park

    Great to see Turkish companies investing and cooperating with Pakistan and Pakistanis

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    6 bn Gadani project begins by violating PPRA Rules, SC rulings

    ISLAMABAD: In violation of the PPRA Rules and ignoring the principles of transparency and merit, the government of Nawaz Sharif has decided to appoint Nespak as consultant in the $6 billion Gadani Power Project, which may ultimately produce 6,000MW electricity from imported coal.

    To give it a legal cover, six federal secretaries in their role as PPRA Board members recently met to get this project exempted from the PPRA Rules and allowed the Ministry of Water and Power to engage Nespak without getting into an open tendering process.

    The MD PPRA had opposed this move but the board still decided to go for this exemption. This has been done despite the Supreme Court’s past decision of nullifying such contracts, which too were awarded through similar exemptions and in violation of the PPRA Rules.

    It is interesting to note that the PPRA Board comprises six federal secretaries and three independent members but to get this controversial exemption through in spite of the legal requirements, the three independent private members have not been appointed.

    According to the minutes of the last PPRA Board meeting held on September 16: “The board resolved to recommend to the federal government to grant exemption under Section 21 of the PPRA Ordinance, 2002 for hiring services of M/s Nespak by PPPMLC, the subsidiary of the Ministry of Water and Power.”

    This exemption has been approved by federal secretaries-dominated PPRA Board despite the opposition of the PPRA chief.The PPRA MD, in the agenda of the meeting, had made it clear that if the matter was urgent, then rule 42(d)(iii) of Public Procurement Rules, 2004 may be invoked which reads as under: “For reasons of extreme urgency brought about by events unforeseeable by the procuring agency, the time limits laid down for open and limited bidding methods cannot be met. The circumstances invoked to justify extreme urgency must not be attributable to the procuring agency: Provided that any procuring agency desirous of using negotiated tendering as a method of procurement shall record its reasons and justifications in writing for resorting to negotiated tendering and shall place the same on record.”

    The MD had contended that if Nespak was ideally suited for the subject consultancy and it had the requisite expertise and resources, then Rule 42(c)(ii) may be invoked which reads as: “Only one manufacturer or supplier exists for the required procurement: Provided that the procuring agencies shall specify the appropriate fora, which may authorise procurement of proprietary object after due diligence.”

    The MD PPRA also wrote: “With reference to grant of exemption under Section 21 of the PPRA Ordinance, it is submitted that Rule 4 of the Public Procurement Rules, 2004 has still to be complied by the procuring agency if exemption to it is granted.”

    In the absence of competitive bidding, it will be extremely difficult for the procuring agency to establish compliance with the above rules. The MD had advised the board to consider advising the procuring agency to follow the PPRA Rules in this matter.

    However, despite warnings and recommendations of the MD PPRA, the secretaries decided in favour of the exemption from the open bidding process.Apparently, to pre-empt the possible intervention of the Supreme Court in this matter, the board discussed the aspect of court cases.

    The minutes of the board meeting say, “A view was expressed that some court decisions have not approved of the single procurement instances. The members were of the view that in none of those cases, the court had adversely adjudged a case that was processed under the provision of Section 21 of the ordinance.”

    Transparency International Pakistan (TIP) adviser Adil Gilani, when contacted, said the Supreme Court in 2012 had cancelled the $126 million Safe City Project despite the approval of exemption by the then cabinet and the prime minister. The SC had declared the exemption as illegal in constitutional petition No.91 of 2011, Gilani recalled.

    http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-New...les-SC-rulings

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    Re: 6 bn Gadani project begins by violating PPRA Rules, SC rulings

    Is there any project that govt doesnt start by violating some rules?

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    UAE to invest $2.5b in coal power plants at Gadani

    this is in addition to coal plants being setup by turkey and china

    The power plants will have a generation capacity of 1320 megawatt.


    The United Arab Emirates will invest two point five billion dollars to establish two coal power plants at Gadani.

    A Memorandum of Understanding to this effect was signed in Islamabad today (Wednesday). Managing Director Private Power and Infrastructure Board N.A. Zuberi and Vice Chairman Arab National Construction Holding Faris Tayeb Abdul Rahim Al-Baker signed the MoU.


    To be completed in three years‚ the power plants will have a generation capacity of 1320 megawatt.

    http://www.radio.gov.pk/newsdetail-65475

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    Re: UAE to invest $2.5b in coal power plants at Gadani

    With the energy crisis Pakistan is facing these days, this is important for Pakistan.

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    Energy projects: Gadani Power Park fails to entice potential investors

    ISLAMABAD:

    The ongoing political tussle between the government and opposition parties has not only brought economic activities to a screeching halt, it is also taking its toll on a much-hyped energy project.

    In response to the bids invited for investment in coal-fired power plants at the Gadani Power Park, the government has failed to entice potential investors apparently because of the prevailing standoff over long marches and sit-ins in front of parliament.

    This was discussed in a meeting of the Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) here on Wednesday, which was chaired by Federal Water and Power Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif.

    For setting up power plants based on coal at the 6,600-megawatt Gadani Power Park, the government had sought expressions of interest through advertisements in domestic and international newspapers.

    However, because of the prevailing situation in the country, the expected response could not be achieved and many prominent investors sought an extension in the date for submission of offers.

    The board approved the request and extended the deadline to September 29 in an attempt to spark healthy competition.

    The minister stressed that the government was taking all possible steps to bridge the gap between demand and supply of electricity in an effort to accelerate the pace of socio-economic growth and provide relief to the people.

    “We are optimising the available resource base for upcoming power generation projects while at the same time making existing power generation and distribution facilities efficient and controlling line losses,” he said.

    Ongoing power projects in the private sector came up for discussion in the PPIB meeting in the context of overall electricity supply situation in the country.

    “While remaining within legal bounds, we should provide maximum facilitation for the projects so that maximum electricity could be generated,” the minister remarked.

    Hydropower projects were also part of the discussions in the meeting. The participants decided to extend the Letter of Support for 870MW Sukki Kinari hydropower project on Kunhar river, Mansehra district, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa.

    This is part of the priority list of Early Harvest Projects of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. The relaxation in the letter of support will allow the project developers to take necessary measures to undertake and complete work at a swift pace.

    PPIB also desired to remove all bottlenecks for early development of 132MW Rajdhani hydropower project in Azad Jammu and Kashmir in cooperation with the state government.

    PPIB acts as an agent for the AJK Council for the development, facilitation and implementation of power projects in the state.

    Published in The Express Tribune, August 28th, 2014.

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    Gadani power project: challenges

    The Gadani power park is not likely to take off in the near future because of issues in potential investors’ due diligence.

    The power park of 6,600MW cumulative capacity, based on imported coal, was launched on July 26, 2013 for execution on a fast-track basis. But the government has failed to achieve substantial progress on the project and also in attracting potential investors.

    Chinese investors were initially willing to set up six plants in the power park after having signed various MOUs, though in a non-transparent manner, as the procedure for the proposed investment had been violated.

    Later on, the government decided to invite expressions of interest (EOIs) through the Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) on the basis of international competitive bidding. However, only six EOIs were received. These are from China Gezhouba Group Co, China Machinery Engineering Corp, China Huadian Engineering Co, Harbin Electric International Co China, ANC Holding UAE (Arab National Construction) and Genting Power Malaysia.

    Interestingly, only Harbin Electric and Genting are involved in the core business of coal-power generation, and all others are either hydropower construction companies or engaged in trading, real estate and contracting. Excluding one, all other companies had earlier signed MOUs.

    The project, envisaged to be developed primarily with Chinese technical and financial assistance, was included in the Pak-China economic corridor programme. According to recent reports, however, China has excluded it from the list of corridor projects.

    A Qatari investor and royal family enterprise, Al-Mirqab Capital, had also signed an MOU, along with the Sinohydro Corporation of China as their technical partner, for the construction of two 660MW projects at the park. Interestingly, they decided to set up the project at Bin Qasim under a ‘short-term capacity addition initiative’ of the power policy, which allows investors to use any location, fuel and technology.

    The PPIB has issued a letter of interest (LOI) to the joint venture, whereas Sinohydro, a hydropower construction company, has no experience of building coal-based power plants.

    A detailed site selection study has not been conducted. Some of the Chinese companies have doubts about the sustainability of the projects, having concluded that Gadani might not be a suitable site for the proposed projects as there is no infrastructure development in the area.

    Taking cue from the Qatar-China joint venture, the other investors are also considering Karachi as a viable site. Gadani does not have the capacity to transmit electricity from the south to load-centres in the north through the national grid, and policy arrangements for dispersal of power are still uncertain and unclear.

    The first two power plants of 660MW each were to be established at the power park by the government from its own resources to instil confidence and security among prospective investors, who were to construct the remaining eight units of 660MW each. Equity was to be provided by the government, while the rest of the funding was to be arranged as foreign loan.

    Accordingly, in September 2013, Genco Holding Co Ltd/Genco-IV initiated the appointment of consultants for preparation of the feasibility report, environmental study and bidding documents etc.

    The consultants were also to select advanced technology on the least-cost basis. However, the government — within a few months of the power park’s launch — dropped the proposed public sector investment and decided that all 10 units will be developed by private investors.

    Based on a feasibility study conducted by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica), Genco was also supposed to develop two 660MW projects on Lakhra coal, but this project was also shelved in February.

    On the other hand, the government was keen to seek an exemption from PPRA rules to exempt Chinese investors from procurement procedures and international competition. Indicative costs of IPP projects are in the range of $1.5m-1.74m per megawatt. This is agreeable to the government, whereas current international prices are not more than $1m/MW for supercritical boiler technology.

    In March, the master plan for the entire park arrangement, costing over $570m, was launched. The Pakistan Power Park Management Co is to develop, maintain and operate common infrastructure facilities, including a jetty for handling 20m tonnes of imported coal, arrangement for 8,000 cusec water supply, waste water disposal, ash handling and disposal, cooling tower, switchyard, residential facilities and inter-connectivity with the transmission system.

    The government’s policy, however, remains inconsistent, as it has been talking to Dubai and Qatari investors for construction of the jetty, while the transmission infrastructure is also being offered to the private sector for development.

    In April, Germany’s Lahmeyer International was appointed as the consultant for the preparation of the master plan, along with Nespak and the UK’s Royal Haskoning-DHV, without any competitive bidding.

    Despite the gross irregularities pointed out by the Central Development Working Party, the master plan was approved by the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council on July 18. The prequalification of contractors for construction of the dedicated coal terminal and allied infrastructure was issued the next day. However, there has been no further progress.

    Sadly, the Pakistan Power Park Management Co is being managed by bureaucrats on an ad-hoc basis after the removal of N.A. Zuberi (PPIB’s managing director) as its chief executive; Zuberi had established the company on a fast-track basis.

    The project’s feasibility and PC-I have been prepared and field investigations, soil, geo-tech and other surveys have been conducted. The levelling and grading of the land demarcated for two units is said to be completed.

    Ironically, the required 5,000 acres of land has not been acquired yet.

    Published in Dawn, Economic & Business, November 10th, 2014

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1143220/gad...ect-challenges

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