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    Thar coal Project: Pakistan Energy Future

    It is finally happening. A long-awaited work in the Tharparkar district to spud out coal, after a study in early 1990s showed billions of tons of underlying reserves, starts today. And this is the actual physical work that involves hundreds of labourers and heavy-duty machinery to remove the sand.
    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will kick off the project, being jointly spearheaded by Engro Corporation and Sindh government under a $1.6 billion investment plan.

    “There is a perception that this is just talk and nothing’s actually happening,” Shamsuddin A Shaikh, Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) CEO, told The Express Tribune.

    “But the fact that the prime minister is coming for the ceremony shows Pakistan is going to do this.”


    SECMC officials met the premier on Wednesday in a two-hour meeting and succeeded in sorting out policy issues and getting a firm backing of the federal government.

    Besides the mining, the project also involves six coal-fired power plants of 660 megawatt (MW) each − something that energy experts say should have been done a long time back.

    In the coming days, thousands of tons of sand will be moved, Shaikh said. “We have to take care of 10 to 15 metres of sand before the mining starts. Then this open-pit mine will go to a depth of around 130 meters.”

    The initial task of removing sand will be completed within the next six months, he said. “By the time it is completed we would have reached the financial close.”

    SECMC is in talks with the Export-Import Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to fund mining and power projects, respectively.

    “The banks had some concerns. They wanted to know how serious we are. But now we have everything with us to pacify them,” Shaikh said.

    The project is based on 75:25 debt to equity ratio. The company envisages raising $900 million from Chinese banks, $300 million from a Pakistani banking consortium and the remaining $400 million from sponsors.

    “Sindh government has already transferred $100 million in a special account. Another $50 million comes later. Engro will arrange $150 million along with some other business groups.”
    Shaikh said that now since the project finally takes off many business groups were coming forward to take part.

    The company also plans to raise some part of equity by listing shares at the stock exchange. The investment offers internal rate of return of 20.5% along with protections, which independent power producers enjoy.

    “It is very important that everyone knows that the government is according top priority to developing Thar coal project. We have specifically received the prime minister’s assurance on this.”
    Industry people have been sceptical about the government’s energy policy. It is pursuing multiple power projects, which will use imported coal.

    “Out of the 10 priority projects of the government, Thar coal is third in ranking, just behind Gadani Power Park and a hydropower plant. Luckily, we are at the most advanced stage. This will work in our favour,” Shaikh said.

    Construction work on mining and power plants will be completed three years after the financial close. SECMC expects to sign financial agreements by July, 2014.

    Published in The Express Tribune, January 31st, 2014.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fassi View Post
    It is finally happening. A long-awaited work in the Tharparkar district to spud out coal, after a study in early 1990s showed billions of tons of underlying reserves, starts today. And this is the actual physical work that involves hundreds of labourers and heavy-duty machinery to remove the sand.
    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will kick off the project, being jointly spearheaded by Engro Corporation and Sindh government under a $1.6 billion investment plan.

    “There is a perception that this is just talk and nothing’s actually happening,” Shamsuddin A Shaikh, Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) CEO, told The Express Tribune.

    “But the fact that the prime minister is coming for the ceremony shows Pakistan is going to do this.”


    SECMC officials met the premier on Wednesday in a two-hour meeting and succeeded in sorting out policy issues and getting a firm backing of the federal government.

    Besides the mining, the project also involves six coal-fired power plants of 660 megawatt (MW) each − something that energy experts say should have been done a long time back.

    In the coming days, thousands of tons of sand will be moved, Shaikh said. “We have to take care of 10 to 15 metres of sand before the mining starts. Then this open-pit mine will go to a depth of around 130 meters.”

    The initial task of removing sand will be completed within the next six months, he said. “By the time it is completed we would have reached the financial close.”

    SECMC is in talks with the Export-Import Bank of China and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to fund mining and power projects, respectively.

    “The banks had some concerns. They wanted to know how serious we are. But now we have everything with us to pacify them,” Shaikh said.

    The project is based on 75:25 debt to equity ratio. The company envisages raising $900 million from Chinese banks, $300 million from a Pakistani banking consortium and the remaining $400 million from sponsors.

    “Sindh government has already transferred $100 million in a special account. Another $50 million comes later. Engro will arrange $150 million along with some other business groups.”
    Shaikh said that now since the project finally takes off many business groups were coming forward to take part.

    The company also plans to raise some part of equity by listing shares at the stock exchange. The investment offers internal rate of return of 20.5% along with protections, which independent power producers enjoy.

    “It is very important that everyone knows that the government is according top priority to developing Thar coal project. We have specifically received the prime minister’s assurance on this.”
    Industry people have been sceptical about the government’s energy policy. It is pursuing multiple power projects, which will use imported coal.

    “Out of the 10 priority projects of the government, Thar coal is third in ranking, just behind Gadani Power Park and a hydropower plant. Luckily, we are at the most advanced stage. This will work in our favour,” Shaikh said.

    Construction work on mining and power plants will be completed three years after the financial close. SECMC expects to sign financial agreements by July, 2014.

    Published in The Express Tribune, January 31st, 2014.
    Finally, work has started. Well done I must say.

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    Re: Work on Thar coal project finally starts

    Better late than never I suppose. They should have been doing this some time ago

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    Nawaz Sharif, Zardari launch Thar Coal power project

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    MIRPURKHAS: Prime Minister and former president Asif Ali Zardari Friday jointly performed groundbreaking of the US 1.6 billion dollar Thar Coal power project to help the country meet its energy needs.

    The project will initially provide 660 MW of power for Pakistan's energy starved industrial units.

    It will complete in 2017 and help spur economic development and bring energy security to the country.

    The two leaders of Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) performed the ground breaking of the project that will be carried out by Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) a joint venture between Engro Powergen and Government of Sindh.

    The project in Block - II of Tharparkar District is spread over an area of 79.6 square kilometers.

    According to a feasibility study, the project is commercially viable and has no significant environmental threats and social implications.

    In the Phase I, the project will develop coal mining and power project with a capacity of 3.8 million tons per annum and 660 MW.

    Subsequently the mine will be expanded to a coal capacity of 6.5 million tons per annum to support a 1300 MW power plant. The power plant's capacity would be increased from 660MW to 1,320MW at a later stage.

    In Phase II it is planned to expand mining project to 13.5 million tons and 19.5 million tons, with a power generation capacity of 2400 MW and 3600 MW.

    The Thar coal field has an estimated lignite reserves of 175 billion tons, equivalent to total oil reserves of Saudi Arabia and Iran combined and can be used to produce 100,000 MW for 200 years, according to the data available by SECMC.

    It may be recalled that Sindh Government has already spent over Rs 20 billion for the development of infrastructure, provision of water through LBOD after refining it through RO plants and construction of road via Badin and Thatta and other basic necessities.

    Nearly 230km transmission lines would be stretched to link the plant with the national grid told APP the spokesman of Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company.

    Companies willing to invest in the coal project would be given incentives added SECMC Spokesman.

    Total 12 blocks of Thar coal minings had been set up.

    Thar coal deposits described as the 6th largest coal reserves in the world, were discovered in 1991 by Geological Survey of Pakistan (GSP) and the United State Agency for International Development.

    Pakistan has emerged as one of the leading countries-seventh in the list of top 20 countries of the world after the discovery of huge lignite coal resources in Sindh.

    It is one of the world's largest lignite deposits discovered by GSP in 90s with an estimated quantity of around 175 billion tonnes sufficient to meet the country's fuel requirements for centuries.

    Renowned scientist Dr Samar Mubarakmand is supervising coal mining under ground gasification rogramme where work was in progress in four blocks of underground gasification project.

    Sindh Government had announced to resettle the population of the mining field.
    http://www.dawn.com/news/1084003/naw...-power-project
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    Re: Nawaz Sharif, Zardari launch Thar Coal power project

    When there is a mention of money --- Mr 10% turns up. The ramee remains very quiet with atrocities in our land but where there is $$ --- then the snake comes out to play

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    Nawaz, Zardari launch Thar coal power project



    THAR: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and former president Asif Ali Zardari Friday jointly performed ground-breaking of the US 1.6 billion dollar Thar coal power project to help the country meet its energy needs.

    The project, scheduled to complete in 2017, will initially provide 660 MW of power for Pakistan's energy starved industrial units.

    The project will be carried out by Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) — a joint venture between Engro Powergen and Government of Sindh.

    Prime Minister Sharif, in his address, said the launch of the project along with Zardari, had sent a message across that the political leadership should be united when it comes to the development of the country.

    He said this political trend must be set in Pakistan now and the leaders need to think about the country first regardless of their differences.

    He thanked Zardari for inviting him to the ground-breaking of the project and said it was a matter of satisfaction that “we all are together and have the same priorities”.

    Prime Minister Sharif termed the Thar coal project a big national development project and suggested that the coal for all projects in Gaddani should be supplied from Thar.

    He said the government was working on several power generation projects including hydel and nuclear generation.

    The prime minister also said the recently launched nuclear power project in Karachi would generate 2200 MW, while the Dasu, Diamir and Bunji dams on Indus River would generate 15000 MW electricity. He said the Thar coal project would eventually produce 6600 MW of power.

    The prime minister said three power projects would complete in 2017, including the Jhimpir Wind Power project in Thatta, CASA 1000 and Tarbela Dam upgradation.

    He said efforts were afoot to import Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and pledged that in a year and a half, the country’s gas shortage problem would be addressed.

    Prime Minister Sharif said the project will usher in an era of prosperity and development for the people of Tharparkar.

    He also seconded former president Zardari’s suggestion for setting up an industrial park in Thar that would generate employment for the people. He said the federal government would contribute in its development.

    Zardari said the day's event would convey a message to the next generations of the country that the politicians need to sit together to work for the development of the country.

    He said the project, initiated by Benazir Bhutto and later pursued during his government, had finally seen the light of day.

    Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah said the project would bring about a big change in the lives of the people of Tharparkar, Sindh and the entire country.

    He termed the coal as gold for Pakistan and said the electricity generated would be used to help run the industrial units of the country and generate employment.

    The project in Block-II of Tharparkar District is spread over an area of 79.6 square kilometres. According to a feasibility study, the project is commercially viable and has no significant environmental threats and social implications.

    In its first phase, the project will develop a coal mining and power project with a capacity of 3.8 million tonnes per annum and 660 MW.

    Subsequently, the mine will be expanded to a coal capacity of 6.5 million tonnes per annum to support a 1300 MW power plant.

    In the second phase, it is planned to expand mining project to 13.5 million tonnes and 19.5 million tonnes, with a power generation capacity of 2400 MW and 3600 MW.

    The Thar coal field has an estimated lignite reserves of 175 billion tonnes, equivalent to the total oil reserves of Saudi Arabia and Iran combined and can be used to produce 100,000 MW for 200 years, according to the data available by SECMC.
    http://www.dawn.com/news/1084003/naw...-power-project

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    Re: Work on Thar coal project finally starts

    Nawaz and Zardari what a couple they make. Wouldn't trust anything that one was involved never mind both of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan_B View Post
    Nawaz and Zardari what a couple they make. Wouldn't trust anything that one was involved never mind both of them
    I agree, I'm sure there's a huge cut for both of them in it.

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    Re: Work on Thar coal project finally starts

    Quote Originally Posted by bilalhaider View Post
    I agree, I'm sure there's a huge cut for both of them in it.
    lol that's what i thought they have a look of knowing and smiling or should I say sniggering at the expense of Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan_B View Post
    lol that's what i thought they have a look of knowing and smiling or should I say sniggering at the expense of Pakistan
    Yeah, look how evil their grins are haha

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    I do not expect either of them to do good job here, or even get project started.

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    I will only start believing it when i actually see some work trusting, don't trust ganja aur 10%

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    Where we are On Thar Project A Status update by The CEO SECMC

    At the optimum mine capacity of 4,000MW, power produced from Thar coal can yield a tariff of approximately Rs6 per unit. This is the cheapest among the options currently available, as compared to residual fuel oil or imported coal.

    The Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC), a joint venture between the Sindh government and Engro Corporation, has been working on the project for the past 4-5years. Engro, as manager of the project, has been working on the technical and commercial aspects, whereas the Sindh government is developing the requisite infrastructure for the project. As the developer of Thar Block II, SECMC plans to expand the mine in phases and reach a sustainable capacity of coal output for the production of 4,000MW in 10 years, which will remain available for the next 50 years.

    The first phase of the project envisages mining 3.8m tonnes of coal per annum, to be utilised by a mine-mouth power plant of 660MW. The total investment for the integrated project is estimated to be $1.8bn.

    The company has achieved substantial progress on the mining and power projects. An internationally reputed Chinese EPC engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor has been selected, and the term sheets signed. EPC contracts will be finalised within weeks. Six thousand acres of land has been acquired for which no resettlement is required. Work for the 113m cubic metre overburden removal in Thar Block II was started with a local contractor on April 30. Use of a local contractor will help expedite the work before the Chinese EPC contractors are mobilised.

    The ground breaking of the project was jointly performed by Prime Minister Main Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and former President Asif Zardari in late January. The presence of both gentlemen greatly enhanced the project’s profile. The project has been declared as one of national significance by the prime minister, and assured full support of the government.

    The development of a regulatory and pricing regime for Thar coal is also underway, and the reference coal tariff for Thar coal is expected to be announced as early as next month. Nepra has already announced acceptable power tariff for Thar coal-based power generation.

    The Government of Sindh, on the other hand, as the joint venture partner and a developer of Thar, has been diligently working on the necessary infrastructure development. Operations in Thar require critical infrastructure, which includes a fresh water supply scheme and an effluent disposal line for disposal of groundwater. These are being executed as per the project requirements.

    The Sindh government, through the Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (SIDA), is developing freshwater supply from Nabisar, which will support 1,200MW of power generation. Work is ongoing at a fast pace, and 50pc work of Phase I has already been completed, with the installation of a reverse osmosis plant at Nabisar. Meanwhile, the tendering process for Phase II is also complete. The scheme is expected to be completed by end-2016, much before the requirement of the power plant in December 2017.

    But there are some concerns on the effluent disposal line, which was expected to be finalised by June, and the contract has not been awarded yet. The Sindh government has, however, assured SECMC of its timely availability, and as per the project schedule, the line is now required by July 2015. The SECMC has been made responsible for technical vetting of all specifications for both the projects.

    Despite several challenges relating to land acquisition in populated areas, the widening and rehabilitation of the road network is also proceeding at a fast pace, with expansion work being done on bridges, culverts and bypasses of small cities. To further reduce travel time, an airport is being constructed in Islamkot, whose airstrip has been completed and the construction of terminal building has to be initiated. It is expected to be completed by end-2015.

    Moreover, for the bankability of projects and timely execution and reliable operations of critical infrastructure, the provincial government is drafting an implementation agreement, with adequate coverage in case of non-performance, which will be signed with the SECMC.

    Other infrastructure requirements such as the transmission line, which is the responsibility of the NTDC, has also been assured.

    The federal and the Sindh government are also facilitating the SECMC in achieving financial close. With their support, the Thar coal projects of SECMC have been listed as ‘early harvest projects’ under the China-Pak Economic Corridor.

    On the financing front, significant headway has been achieved and discussions are ongoing with Chinese and local banks for the finalisation of term sheets. The SECMC is confident of achieving financial close within this year, with the availability of sovereign guarantee for mining and an acceptable security package (IA, PPA) for the power plant in place. The integrated project is expected to come online by December 2017, if financial close is achieved within this year.

    Thar dream is on the verge of realization, and this has been made possible through the federal and provincial governments’ unwavering commitment towards the development of Thar. Thar is the most viable power generation option for Pakistan. Development of indigenous Thar coal reserves will not only address the severe power shortage crisis in medium to long term, but also bring energy security to the country.

    The writer is the CEO of the Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company

    Published in Dawn, Economic & Business, July 21st, 2014

    http://www.dawn.com/news/1120596/whe...n-thar-project

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    Thar coal Project to start in 2015

    LONDON (Alliance News) - Oracle Coalfields PLC Thursday said it has signed a engineering procurement and construction agreement in Beijing with SEPCO Electric Power Construction Corp for the construction of an integrated coal mine and power plant.

    SEPCO is a power and construction group in China.

    Oracle Coalfields, which is a developer of a lignite coal mine located in the south eastern Sindh Province in Pakistan, said the construction of the integrated coal mine and power plant is a major milestone in the development of the Block VI project in the Thar Coalfields.

    Through its local coal mining subsidiary Sindh Carbon Energy Ltd, Oracle owns the mining lease for Block VI in Thar Coalfield, for the mining of lignite coal. Oracle plans to develop the mine and to sell coal to a new created company, provisionally called Electric Power Ltd, at an integrated power station next to the mine.

    Oracle said that SEPCO has also proposed a financing structure to potentially securitise up to 85% of the cost of the two EPC contracts, which would be provided by Sinosure, the China Export & Credit Insurance Corp, and some Chinese banks.

    The EPC contract is for a 4.2 million tonnes per year coal mine and the 600 megawatt power plant.

    The combined EPC transaction value is around USD1.3 billion, Oracle said.

    The EPC framework agreement confirms SEPCO's intention to purchase minority equity interests in Electric Power and to potentially make an investment in Sindh Carbon Energy Ltd, Oracle said.

    "Entering the EPC Framework Agreement with and receiving a financing proposal from one of China's largest state-owned enterprises in the energy sector is another step towards bringing the project to reality. Both SEPCO and Oracle are eager to succeed in the development of our integrated coal mine and power plant project and to play an effective role in addressing Pakistan's energy crisis," said Oracle Chief Executive Shahrukh Khan in a statement.

    Shares in Oracle Coalfields were trading 5.1% higher Thursday late morning, at 1.34 pence.

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    Does it look like a good contract? In financial terms. What are the chances of getting cheap electricity?

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    Who are the owners of Oracle coal fields and Sindh carbon Energy? Are these publicly traded??

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    Quote Originally Posted by safriz View Post
    [MENTION=2]Aryan_B[/MENTION]
    Does it look like a good contract? In financial terms. What are the chances of getting cheap electricity?
    Clearly the market thinks its a good deal for Oracle

    Shares in Oracle Coalfields were trading 5.1% higher Thursday late morning, at 1.34 pence.

    Difficult to tell without looking at the contract they say often the devil is in the detail in small print

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    Who are the owners of Oracle coal fields and Sindh carbon Energy? Are these publicly traded??
    Oracle appears to be

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    I strictly doubt the capabilities of NS to take this project to new heights. The whole Pakistan is waiting to reap the benefits of this project. What about environment concerns? Can we produce relatively "clean" energy out of this project? Heard some of the Samar Mubarakmand's words about this project, more words than actions.
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    Re: Thar coal Project: Pakistan Energy Future

    Coal has never been the aource of clean energy, it causes a lot of pollution. Just look at how Sialkot us suffering from thick fog throughout the year caused by coal fired thermal plants just accross the border.

    Nevertheless we need it because we have it and we have it in huge quantity.
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