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Old November 18th, 2010, 09:13 AM   #1
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Indian Megaprojects

Here is the sectorial wise lists of projects that have been posted in this thread SO FAR

STEEL SECTOR

1) Posco Orissa Steel Plant(12mtpa)=$17.5 billion

2) Arcelormittal Jharkhand steel plant(12mtpa)=$12 billion

3) JSW Steel Vijaynagar Steel plant(11mtpa)=$11 billion

4) Arcelormitaal Karnataka Steel Plant(6mtpa)=$7.5 billion

5) JSW steel West bengal steel plant(10mtpa)=$8.25 billion

6) Posco Karnataka Steel Plant(6mtpa)=$8 billion

7) Essar Steel orissa plant(12mtpa)=$9 billion

8)Essar hazira steel plant expansion(10mtpa)=$9.5 billion

9) Tata steel chattisgarh steel plant(5.5mtpa)=$5 billion

10) JSPL orissa steel plant(12.5mtpa)=$22.5 billion

11) JSPL jharkhand steel project(6mtpa)=$10 billion

12) Bhushan Steel orissa project(7mtpa)=$5 billion

13) NMDC severstal karnataka steel plant(5mtpa)=$6 billion

14) Sindri revival plan=$9 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT= $140.25 billion / Rs 5.7 lac crore

TOTAL CAPACITY=120.6 MTPA

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ALUMINIUM SECTOR

1) Hindalco orissa expansion=$6 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$6 billion / Rs 24,000 crore
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POWER SECTOR

a) THERMAL POWER

1) Reliance Power Dadri(7460 MW)=$6.25 billion

2) Sasan UMPP(3960 MW)=$5 billion

3) Reliance Power chitrangi(5980 MW)=$7.5 billion

4) Krishnapatnam UMPP(4000 MW)=$5 billion

5) Adani Power Mundra(4620 MW)=$5 billion

6) NTPC kudgi(4000 MW)=$6 billion

7) Jamnagar project(4000 MW)=$5 billion

8) NTPC lara project(4000 MW)=$7.5 billion

9) IL&FS tamil nadu(3600 MW)=$5 billion

10) NTPC sundergarh(4800 MW)=$10 billion

11) Tilaiya UMPP(4000 MW)=$6 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$68.25 billion / Rs 2.6 lac crore

TOTAL CAPACITY=50,420 MW




b) NUCLEAR POWER


1) Koodankulam project Tamil Nadu(9200 MW)=$16 billion

2) Jaitapur project(10,000 MW)=$25 billion

3) Kovvada project(8000 MW)=$15 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$56 billion / Rs 2.3 lac crore

TOTAL CAPACITY=27,200 MW




c) RENEWABLE ENERGY

1) Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar mission(20,000 MW)=$75 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$75 billion/ 3 lac crore

TOTAL CAPACITY=20,000 MW




d) TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

1) PGCIL for XI plan=$14 billion

2) PGCIL XII plan=$30 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$44 billion / Rs 1.8 lac crore


TOTAL INVESTMENT(a+b+c+d)=$251.25 billion / Rs 10.1 lac crore

TOTAL CAPACITY=1,04,020 MW

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ROAD SECTOR

1) Golden Quadrilateral=$13.6 billion

2) North-South and East-West corridor=$20 billion

3) NHDP phase 3,5,6,7=$75 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$108.6 billion / Rs4.4 lac crore

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RAILWAYS SECTOR

1) Dedicated Freight Corridors=$15 billion

2) Delhi metro=$19 billion

3) Jammu-Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla=$5 billion

4) Hyderabad metro=$5 billion

5) Mumbai metro=$12.5 billion

6) Mumbai monorail=$5 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$61.5 billion / Rs 2.5 lac crore

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AVIATION SECTOR

1) Modernisation of IGIA=$3 billion+

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$3 billion / Rs 12,000 cr
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PETROCHEMICAL SECTOR

a) REFINERY

1) Jamnagar refinery(RIL)(62 MMTPA)=$12 billion

2) IOCL panipat refinery(15 MMTPA)=$6 billion

3) IOCL paradeep refinery(15 MMTPA)=$7.5 billion

4) HPCL maharashtra refinery(18 MMTPA)=$7.5 billion

5) Essar refinery gujarat(36 MMTPA)=$15 billion

6) Guru Gobind Singh Refinery(9 MMTPA)=$5 billion

7) BPCL kochi(15.5 MMTPA)=$5.5 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$58.5 billion

TOTAL CAPACITY= 137.5 MMTPA



b) PCPIR

1) PCPIR gujarat=$60 billion

2) PCPIR orissa=$65 billion

3) PCPIR andhra pradesh=$75 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$200 billion


c) DEVELOPMENT OF OIL AND GAS FIELDS

1) Development of kg d6 basin=$9 billion

2) Bombay High development=$9.5 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$18.5 billion


TOTAL INVESTMENT(a+b+c)=$277 billion / Rs 11.1 lac crore
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SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES(SEZ)

1) RIL SEZ jhajjar=$7.5 billion

2) Dahej SEZ=$8.25 billion

3) Mangalore Multi Product SEZ=$9 billion

4) GMR Kakinada SEZ=$8 billion

5) Mundra Port & SEZ=$7.5 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$40.25 billion / Rs 1.6 lakh cr
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GOVERNMENT SCHEMES

1) Setting Up broadband network=$15 billion

2) Total sanitation programme=$5.5 billion

3) Pradhan Mantri sadak yojna=$33 billion

4) Rajiv gandhi grameen vidyutikaran yojna=$11 billion

5) Aadhar(UID)=$34 billion

6) Kalpasar project=$13 billion

7) MNREGA=$10 billion

8) JNNURM=$15 billion

9) Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme=$21billion

10) National e-governance plan=$11.5 billion

11) Indira Awas Yojna(IAY)=$15 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$184 billion / Rs 7.4 lac crore
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VERY SPECIAL PROJECTS

1) DMIC=$100 billion

2) Gujarat International Finance tec city=$20 billion

3) ITIR bangalore=$50 billion

4) Lavasa Hill city=$31 billion

5) Jalayagnam(Andhra Pradesh)=$38 billion

TOTAL INVESTMENT=$239 billion / Rs 9.6 lac crore
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GRAND TOTAL INVESTMENT=$1.302 trillion / Rs 53.2 lac crore

MANY MORE TO COME

for suggestions and discussions please refer to this thread-Suggestions and discussions on megaprojects thread

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Name of The Project:- Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor(DMIC)

Cost of the project:- More than $100 billion/ Rs 4lac crore

Time Duration:- 2010-2018(phase 1) and the rest of the phases will extend upto 2030


Current Status:- Land acquisition is progressing well,Project will be financed by central govt(30%) and also japan's govt will fund the project,Manesar region is shaping well with lot of industries including two big plants of Maruti Suzuki coming up, Dholera is in final stages of receiving all the clearances, many industries have shown interest in Remran & jodhpur region of Rajasthan

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The proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor will create new parameters for development

At a glance, Dholera appears like any ordinary Indian town. But if everything goes according to plan, this town will become the first developed city on the proposed Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) by 2018. “It will be a smart city with all facilities,” says Amitabh Kant, CEO, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation.

Dholera, which is 120km from Ahmedabad, is to be developed as a heavy engineering zone and will be bigger than Singapore in size. It is being planned as a self-sustainable eco city with modern infrastructure. Once developed, it will cater to a population of 20 lakh and create eight lakh jobs.

“We have studied the development of several cities across the world before taking up the project,” says Kant. “Countries across the world have created new cities but India hasn’t created a city after Chandigarh.” The land acquisition for creating the 900-sq.km city is going at full speed. The villages in the vicinity will be part of the upcoming city.

Kant has set aside the existing pattern of developing cities where housing is at one place and shopping, schools and other facilities are at different locations. “In Dholera, the housing, schooling and shopping will exist together,” he says. Most of the development would be vertical rather than horizontal to create space and save energy.

Apart from Dholera, there will be six cities a la Singapore along the corridor. All of them will be self-sustainable in water, electricity and power. They will have their own gas-based power plants and an industrial waste recycling facility. The cities will utilise all their waste, based on Japan’s Kitakyushu model. In Maharashtra, a new city will be developed near Dighi port spread across 350sq.km. The other cities will come up in Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

All roofs in the cities will have rainwater harvesting system and solar panels. Solid waste will be recycled in a special plant and converted into household items. A consortium of four Japanese companies—Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Hitachi and JGC— has started work on developing recycling units in Haryana, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Rajasthan.

The cost of developing Dholera is 150,000 crore, with the government making an initial investment of 13,000 crore. “Thirty per cent of the total cost will be borne by the government while the rest will be public -private partnership,” says Kant.

The corridor is a mega infrastructure project of $90 billion with financial and technical aid from Japan. It covers 1,483km between India’s political capital and business capital. The idea behind the corridor is to create world-class industrial regions and investment zones to augment the industrial output of the country. “Once [it is] developed, India’s industrial production and exports will be doubled,” says Anand Sharma, minister for commerce and industries. “Approximately 18 crore people will benefit from the corridor.”

The corridor project incorporates nine mega industrial zones of 250sq.km, a high speed freight line, three ports, six airports, a six-lane intersection-free expressway connecting the two metros and a 4,000MW power plant. Several industrial estates and hubs with top-of-the-line infrastructure will be developed along the corridor. Funds for the projects will come from the Centre apart from Japanese loans, investment by Japanese firms and Japan depository receipts issued by Indian companies.

The rail freight corridor will start from Tughlakabad near Delhi and reach Vasai Road in Mumbai with nine junctions on the way. About 150 kilometres on the both sides of the corridor will be specified as investment region. In all, there will be 11 investment regions and 13 industrial areas. Out of the lot, six investment regions and industrial areas will be taken up for development in the first phase.

The first phase of the corridor, which includes development of the new cities, is scheduled to be completed by 2018
. Minister of State for Telecommunication Sachin Pilot is excited about the project. His constituency, Ajmer, has been selected as one of the industrial areas and investment zones. “DMIC is a big step by our government to change the lives of people of Rajasthan,” he says.

Six gas-based power plants—two in Gujarat and Maharashtra and one each in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan—will be established. One solar power plant will come up in Rajasthan. In the first phase, two greenfield airports will come up in Gujarat and Rajasthan. The sites are being selected.

Maharashtra and Gujarat account for the largest share of the corridor. “The DMIC project will boost Maharashtra’s industrial output by 120,000 billion over the next three decades,” says Kshatrapati Shivaji, CEO, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. The project would also create 23 lakh additional jobs over the same period.” The MIDC is acquiring 70,000 hectares to accommodate the DMIC initiatives and steps are also being taken to ensure water allocation and superior road and rail connections to and from every DMIC hub.

On August 11, a delegation representing Japan’s Hyogo prefectural government visited Ahmedabad and other places through which the corridor passes. “The delegation was in the city to analyse educational policies, economic and trading environment, infrastructure and transportation in the city,” said I.P. Gautam, municipal commissioner, Ahmedabad.

The Gujarat government has already acquired the land for the project while the other governments are in the process of acquisition. Since 70 per cent of the project will depend on private investment, lots of concerns may come up regarding the approvals. “We are de-risking the project and putting it up for investment,” says Kant. “It is tough but many countries in the world have done it. It is our turn to do it.”

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Name Of The Project:- Posco's Orissa Steel Plant

Cost of the project:- $17.5 billion/ Rs 70k crore

Time Duration:- 2011-2017

Current Status:- The company has so far acquired 2100 acres out of 3700 acres, now the project has got final clearance from MOEF & work is expected to start from June 2012.

SSCI thread:- Though there is no specific thread but the info is posted on the orissa projects thread

Global steel giant POSCO yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Orissa in Bhubaneswar for the construction of a steel plant as well as development of iron ore mines in the state. This is the first step towards the construction of a steel plant in Orissa.

The MoU was signed by Mr. Soung-Sik Cho, Executive Vice President of POSCO and Mr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, Principal Secretary of the Government of Orissa, with the participation of Mr. Ku-Taek Lee, Chairman and CEO of POSCO and Mr. Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Orissa.

According to the MoU, POSCO will build a 3 million tonne capacity steel plant, blast furnace or Finex route, during the first phase in Paradeep, Orissa between 2007 and 2010 and expand the final production volume to 12 million tonnes. The investment proposed is to the tune of US$12 billion, including an initial investment of US$ 3 billion during the first phase.

The Government of Orissa will grant POSCO mining lease rights for 30 years that will ensure an adequate supply of 600 million tonnes of iron ore to POSCO. This in turn will ensure the competitive operations of the POSCO India steel plant. The government will also promote the construction plan for railways, roads, industrial water and electricity keeping up with the steelwork construction plan of POSCO.

POSCO, as the MoU with the Orissa state government states, will establish a local corporation in August 2005 and after conducting a detailed investigation and economic feasibility analysis, expects to do land purchase, rehabilitation and resettlement programme, and sign a final Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) later this year.

The key factors that have been taken into account by POSCO for entering India include the highest projected growth rates over 2006-2020, the skilled workforce and abundant natural resources, especially of iron ore, coal and chrome. The Indian governments progressive policies have also helped ease regulations to set up such projects.

India will derive significant benefits from the project once it is functional, including job creation of 48,000 jobs in the region and 467,000 man years of employment during the construction phase. Foreign exchange inflows of US$23 billion are projected, with taxes and royalty incomes of US$20.3 billion for the central government and US$5.1 billion for the Orissa government.

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Name Of The Project:- Reliance Industries SEZ Jamnagar refinery(largest refinery in the world)

Cost Of The Project:- Rs 50k crore/ $12 billion

Time Duration:- Commissioned on 25th December 2008


Reliance Petroleum Limited (RPL) on 25th December 2008 announced the commissioning of its refinery in a Special Economic Zone at Jamnagar, Gujarat in India.With the completion of the RPL refinery, Jamnagar has emerged as the ‘Refining Hub of the World’ with the largest refining complex in any single location in the world with an aggregate refining capacity of 1.24 million barrels of oil per day.


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Name Of The Project:- MNREGA

Cost Of The Project:- $10 Billion/ Rs 40,000 crore for March 2010-March 2011

Time Duration:- 2006-?

Current Status:- The project has reached to all 594 districts of India


The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) is an Indian job guarantee scheme, enacted by legislation on August 25, 2005. The scheme provides a legal guarantee for one hundred days of employment in every financial year to adult members of any rural household willing to do public work-related unskilled manual work at the statutory minimum wage of Rs.100 per day. The Central government outlay for scheme is Rs. 40,100 crores in FY 2010-11. [1]
This act was introduced with an aim of improving the purchasing power of the rural people, primarily semi or un-skilled work to people living in rural India, whether or not they are below the poverty line. Around one-third of the stipulated work force is women. The government is planning to open a call center, which upon becoming operational can be approached on the toll-free number, 1800-345-22-44..It was initially called the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) but was renamed on 2 October 2009.

44,940,870 rural households were provided jobs under NREGA during 2008-09, with an national average of 48 working days per household.

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Name Of The Project:- Gujarat international Finance Tec-city

Cost Of The Project:-More than $20 Billion/ Rs 80,000 crore

Time Duration:- 2010-2020

Current Status:- Two of GIFT city’s buildings are expected to be completed by 2012 end with infrastructure projects going at site.

SSCI thread:- GIFT

Official site:-GIFT


Gujarat International Finance Tech-City or GIFT is an under-construction city in the Indian state of Gujarat. It will be built on 500 acres (2.0 km2) of land. Its main purpose is to provide high quality physical infrastructure (electricity, water, gas, district cooling, roads, telecoms and broadband), so that finance and tech firms can relocate their operations there from Mumbai, Bangalore, Gurgaon etc. where infrastructure is either very bad or very expensive. It will have a special economic zone (SEZ), international education zone, integrated townships, an entertainment zone, hotels, a convention center, an international techno park, Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) units, shopping malls, stock exchanges and service units.
To develop and implement the Project, Government of Gujarat (GOG) through its undertaking Gujarat Urban Development Company Limited (GUDCOL) and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) have established a Joint Venture Company, "Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company Limited" (GIFTCL).
GIFTCL proposes to implement GIFT as a globally benchmarked International Finance City with an eventual built on area of 85,000,000 sq ft (7.9E+6 m2). The company plans to develop, finance, implement all infrastructure in and around GIFT on a turnkey basis to ensure that all conceivable services in relation to connectivity, communication, technology, security, services for quality of life etc. are established and sustained.

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Name Of The Project:- Modernization Of Delhi International Airport

Cost Of The Project:- $3 Billion/Rs 12,000 cr For Phase I

Time Duration:-2008-2026

Current Status:- A new terminal T3 inaugrated on schedule and $2.5 billion dollars already invested

SSCI thread:- Indira gandhi International Airport


According to the 2026 masterplan, the IGI airport will be able to handle 100 million passengers/annum.

Phased expansion and modernization timeline (TENTATIVE):

Phase 1A (2008) - COMPLETED
-Modernization of existing terminals - 1A,1B,1C and T2
-New Departure terminal for low cost airlines - T1D
-Third Runway

Phase 1B (2010) - COMPLETED
-New Integrated Terminal - T3
-Metro connectivity through Airport Express Line

Phase 2 (2012)
-Additional remote stands near T3
-New central transportation corridor
-T1B to be razed - New terminal for general aviation and parking lot to come in place.

Phase 3 (2016)
-New international terminal - T4
-Expansion of T3 including piers
-Fourth Runway (11L/29R)
-New ATC tower

Phase 4 (2021)
-New Terminal -T5
-New pier for T5 and contact stands

Phase 5 (2026)
-New terminal for LCCs - T6
-Expansion of T3 and T4 piers and concourses
-Remote stands for T6
-New strengthened runway 09/27
-cargo facilities relocated North

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Name Of The Project:- Golden Quadrilateral(conversion of 5846km of roads from 2 lane to 4 lane)

Cost Of the Project:- Rs 60,000 cr / $13.6 billion

Time Duration:- 1999-2012

Current Status:- 99.7 % of work completed as of November 2011.


The Golden Quadrilateral is a highway network in India connecting Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai, thus forming a quadrilateral of sorts. The largest highway project in India, initiated by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, it is the first phase of the National Highways Development Project (NHDP), and consists of building 5,846 km (3,633 mi) of four express highways at a cost of 60,000 crore (US$ 13.6 billion).

As of November 2011, 5,829 km of the entire work has been completed.




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Name Of The Project:- Dedicated Freight Corridors

Cost Of The Project:-Rs 60,000 cr/ $15 billion

Time Duration:- 2008-2018

Current Status:- Western Freight Corridor work started in 2008 and eastern
corridor work started in 2010

SSCI thread:- Dedicated Freight Corridor

Project Website:-Dedicated Freight Corridor


The Western Corridor covers a distance of 1483 km of double line electric (2 X 25 KV) track from JNPT to Dadri via Vadodara-Ahmedabad-Palanpur-Phulera-Rewari. In addition, a single line connection of 32km long from proposed Pirthala Junction Station (near Asaoti on Delhi-Mathura line) to Tughlakabad is also proposed to be provided. Alignment has been generally kept parallel to existing lines except provision of detour at Diva, Surat, Ankleshwar, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand, Ahmedabad, Palanpur, Phulera and Rewari. The traffic on the Western Corridor mainly comprises of ISO containers from JNPT and Mumbai Port in Maharashtra and ports of Pipavav, Mundra and Kandla in Gujarat destined for ICDs located in northern India, especially at Tughlakabad, Dadri and Dandharikalan. Besides Containers, other commodities moving on the Western DFC are POL, Fertilizers, Food grains, Salt, Coal, Iron & Steel and Cement. Further, owing to its faster growth as compared to other commodities, the share of container traffic is expected to progressively increase and reach a level of about 80% by 2021-22. The rail share of container traffic on this corridor is slated to increase from 0.69 million TEUs in 2005-06 to 6.2 million TEUs in 2021-22. The other commodities are projected to increase from 23 million tonnes in 2005-06 to 40 million tonnes in 2021-22. As a result, the maximum number of trains in the section is projected as 109 trains each way in Ajmer-Palanpur section.

The Eastern Corridor encompasses a double line electrified traction corridor from Sonnagar on the East Central Railway to Khurja on the North Central Railway (820 Km), Khurja to Dadri on NCR Double Line electrified corridor (46 Km) and Single electrified line from Khurja to Ludhiana (412 Km) on Northern Railway. The total length works out to 1279 Km.
The Eastern Corridor will traverse 6 states and is projected to cater to a number of traffic streams - coal for the power plants in the northern region of U.P., Delhi, Harayana, Punjab and parts of Rajasthan from the Eastern coal fields, finished steel, food grains, cement, fertilizers, lime stone from Rajasthan to steel plants in the east and general goods. The total traffic in UP direction is projected to go up from 38 million tonnes in 2005-06 to 116 million tonnes in 2021-22. Similarly, in the Down direction, the traffic level has been projected to increase from 14 million tonnes in 2005-06 to 28 million tons in 2021-22. As a result, the incremental traffic over the base year, works out to a whopping 92 million tons from the base year of 2005-06.



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Name Of The Project:- Reliance Power Dadri power plant(7480 MW)

Cost Of The Project:- Rs20,000-25,000cr / $5-6.25 Billion

Time Duration:- 2011-2019

Current Status:- Land acquisition is partially complete,all the other clearances obtained and the company has applied to the government for gas. Project is on hold due to litigations in court.


The Anil Ambani group has fast-tracked its plans to set up the Dadri power project in Uttar Pradesh . Reliance Power has initiated negotiations with General Electric, Bharat Heavy Electricals (Bhel) and a few other gas turbine makers for the supply of turbines, boilers and generators for the project.

The 7,480 MW project will be the largest gas-fired power project at a single location in the world and will cost about Rs 20,000-25,000 crore (Rs 200-250 billion).

"In fact, GE has assured the company of supplying turbines in 9-11 months from the date of the order since worldwide demand for gas turbines is less," sources familiar with the development said.

The move comes in the backdrop of the government assuring gas supply to the Dadri project.

The first phase will generate 3,600 MW of electricity with four to five gas turbines.

The softening steel and cement prices will help to reduce expenses for setting up the plant.

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Name Of The Project:- Sasan ultra mega power project(4000 MW)

Cost Of The Project:- Rs 20,000cr / $5 Billion

Time Duration:- 2010-2015

Current Status:-Ministry report according to this ministry report unit I is expected to be commissioned by 2012 end.

Project Website:- Sasan UMPP

Sasan Power Limited (SPL), now a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power, is developing a 3,960 MW coal-based UMPP at Sasan, Madhya Pradesh. The plant has been allocated three captive coal blocks, Moher, Moher-Amlohri Extension, and Chhatrasal to meet its fuel requirements. The first Unit of the project shall be commissioned by 2012 and subsequent units will be commissioned at a gap of 3 months each.

The EPC contract has been awarded to Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. and the BTG contract has been awarded to Shanghai Electric Co.

Construction activities are in progress at site. Construction of Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R&R) colony has been completed and project affected families have shifted to the R&R colony.

On the financial front, the project has achieved financial closure in April 2009 with a consortium of banks and Financial Institutions led by State Bank of India. This was a landmark event in India’s project finance history as banks and financial institutions have appraised an integrated coal mine-cum-power project of this scale for the first time in India. The achievement is immensely significant when seen in the backdrop of financial and economic turmoil in all global economies.

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Name Of The Project:-Reliance Power Chitrangi Power Project(5980 MW)

Cost of the Project:- More than Rs 30,000 cr / $7.5 Billion

Time Duration:-2010-2016

Current Status:- Most of the land has been acquired by the company and all the other clearances including environmental clearances have been obtained.

Project Site:- Chitrangi power project

Chitrangi Power Project, a 5,940 MW coal-based power project in Madhya Pradesh

Chitrangi Power Private Ltd (previously MP Power Generation Private Limited) a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power, is set to develop a coal-based power project at Chitrangi Tehsil, Singrauli District, Madhya Pradesh.

In September 2007, Reliance Power entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Madhya Pradesh (GoMP) under which the company agreed to establish a coal-based power project.

The company has already obtained part possession of the land and the balance land is also expected to be transferred shortly. The project has been allocated water for the project byGoMP.

Permission has been obtained from the Govt of India to use the incremental coal from the captive coal blocks allocated for Sasan UMPP. The project is being planned to attain a final capacity of 5,940 MW.

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Name Of The Project:- North South and East West Corridor

Cost Of the Project:-$20 Billion / Rs 80,000 cr

Time Duration:- 1999-2014

Current Status:- As of November 2011, 5886 of 7300 km has been completed.


It is the second phase of the National Highways Development Project (NHDP), and consists of building 7300 kilometers of four lane roads connecting Srinagar, Kanyakumari, Porbandar and Silchar.

Only National Highways are used in the two corridors.
North-South Corridor (4,000 kilometres (2,500 mi)): NH 1A (Srinagar - Jalandhar), NH 1 (Jalandhar - Delhi), NH 2 (Delhi - Agra), NH 3 (Agra - Gwalior), NH 75 (Gwalior - Jhansi), NH 26 (Jhansi - Lakhnadon), NH 7 (Lakhnadon - Kanyakumari), NH 47 (Salem - Kochi)

East-West Corridor (3,300 kilometres (2,100 mi)): NH 8B (Porbandar - Rajkot), NH 8A (Rajkot - Samakhiali), NH 15 (Samkhiali - Radhanpur), NH 14 (Radhanpur - Pindwara), NH 76 (Pindwara - Shivpuri), NH 25 (Shivpuri - Lucknow), NH 28 (Lucknow - Muzaffarpur), NH 57 (Muzaffarpur - Purnia), NH 31 (Purnia - Galgalia), NH 31C (Galgalia - Bijni), NH 31 (Bijni - Guwahati), NH 37 (Guwahati - Nagaon), NH 36 (Nagaon - Dabaka), NH 54 (Dabaka - Silchar).




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Old November 18th, 2010, 07:02 PM   #14
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Name of the project - Delhi Metro

Cost of the project (in dollars as well as rupees) =

Cost of Phase-I = Rs. 10,600 crores ($ 2.4 billion)
Cost of Phase-II = Rs. 19,000 crores ($ 4.2 billion)
Cost of Phase-III = Rs. 42,000 crores ($ 9.5 billion) (including the lines falling outside Delhi)
Cost of Phase-IV = Not known
Cost of Phase-V and beyond = Not known

Time duration =

Phase-I = 1998-2005
Phase-II = 2006-2010
Phase-III = 2011-2015
Phase-IV = 2016-2020
Phase-V and beyond = 2021-XXXX

The project's SSCI thread = Delhi Metro Pics and Updates

Some information on the project =

Phase-I = 65 km
Phase-II = 125 km
Phase-III = 145 km (108 km to be built in Delhi. Rest falling outside Delhi)
Phase-IV = 100+ km proposed
Phase-V and beyond = To be proposed in future





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Name Of The Project:- Dahej Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical Investment region(PCPIR) Gujarat(453 sq km city)

Cost Of The project:-$60 Billion / 2.4 lac crore

Time Duration:- 2010-2020

Current Status:- Infrastructure Works started and many companies have started the work.

PRESENTATION:- PCPIR Gujarat

The state government has fixed an investment target of $20 billion by 2015 and double it in the next five years with a view to putting petroleum, chemical and petrochemical investment region (PCPIR) on a fast track in Gujarat, which has already emerged as India’s petrochemical hub, accounting for 62 per cent of the country’s total petrochemical production.
Speaking at a conference on “Gujarat: the Petrochemical Hub” organised by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) here on Saturday, principal secretary (industries and mines) Maheshwar Sahu said all preliminary work had been completed in the state’s PCPIR spread over 453 sq km at Dahej in Bharuch district.

He said a total of $632 million would be invested in infrastructure development in the PCPIR and another $ 13.7 billion would be invested for other developmental activities. He said the state government was also giving priority to issues pertaining to labour laws to create an investor-friendly atmosphere to enable the industry compete globally.

Sahu said in the last few years, the state has emerged as a virtual petrochemical hub of the country with the state government playing a pro-active role and trying to compete with developed nations. Stating that Reliance, Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited, Gujarat State Petronet Limited, Welspun and Indofil were among the existing companies in PCPIR, Sahu said the anchor tenant in the Dahej PCPIR was ONGC Petro-additions Limited(OPaL), a joint venture between ONGC Limited and Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC), which have invested $2.6 billion in a world-class 1.1-MMPTA multi-feed cracker plant. The construction has already commenced.

Stating that the two major elements in the growth of petrochemical industry in India were the decision to allow 100 percent foreign direct investment in this sector and the establishment special economic zones (SEZ) and PCPIRs, Assocham secretary general D S Rawat said the refining capacity in India was expected to rise from 135 MMPTA in 2006-07 to 210-225 MMPTA in 2011-12. He said the increased availability of naphtha had prompted petrochemical companies into announcing setting up of naphtha cracker plants.

Rawat said the petrochemical capacity growth rate, which was 3-4 per cent in the last five years, was expected to increase four times to 12-15 per cent over the next five to seven years. This growth in downstream production, he said, would be supported by growth in domestic consumption as well.

Rawat said the growth in key end-use sector for chemicals like textiles (fibres), auto (plastic parts, accessories) and personal lifestyle products were likely to further boost the domestic demand for petrochemicals. In the next five to six years, he said, India was expected to become a regional petrochemical hub.

Assocham managing committee member Rajiv Vastupal said domestic industries were trying to tie up with international players to tap into opportunities in the manufacturing of speciality chemicals.

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Name Of The Project:- Modernization Of Delhi International Airport

Cost Of The Project:- More than $5 Billion/Rs 20,000 cr +
$ 5 bn is debatable for phase-1. It was 12-13000 cr or $ 3 bn for Phase-I (which includes 2.5 bn T3).

Instead write that Cost of first phase = $ 3 bn and 4 more phases will follow by 2026. That way you won't have to guess figure for complete project but you can certainly give an idea that total cost (all 5 phases) would be close to 5 times the phase-1's cost.
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Name Of The Project:- PCPIR Orissa

Cost Of The Project:- 2.74lac crore / $65 billion

Time Duration:- Phase 1= 2010-2020
Phase 2= 2020-2030

Current Status:- The state govt. nodal agency has filed for land acquisition of about 48,2632 acres(phase1) and the infrastructure works are progressing.

PRESENTATION:- Orissa PCPIR


Key Facts:-

Employment Generation= 648,000 people direct and indirect

Total Area= Phase-I of the PCPIR project needs 48,268 acres (195.34 sq km) in all out of which 22,232 acres (89.97 sq km) would be devoted to processing facilities while the balance 26035 acres ( 105.37 sq km) is the area set aside for non-processing facilities.

The entire project which is set to be completed by 2030, needs 70,214 acres (284.15 sq km) of land which includes 30,397 acres (123.01 sq km) of processing area and 39.817 acres (161.14 sq km) of non-processing area

Sector division of Investments= the lion’s share would come from the petroleum and petrochemicals sectors at Rs 2.3 lakh crore followed by housing and allied infrastructure at Rs 23,500 crore, external infrastructure at Rs 13,634 crore and Rs 3,500 crore each for chemicals & fertilizers and ancillary sectors.

Infra spending=The Orissa government would invest Rs 1796 crore on infrastructure development for the project.

Districts in which project will set up= Jagatsnghpur and Kendrapara districts.
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Name Of The Project:-Jawahar Lal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM)

Cost Of The Project:-$75 billion / 3lac crore

Time Duration:- 2010-2022

Current Status:- The project is currently in the phase I in which 1000 MW of solar power will be generated by 2013.


Key Facts:-

20,000 MW of solar power by 2022.

Investments by private players and GOI.

Phase I (2010-2013)= Grid solar-1000MW and off grid-200MW

Phase 2 (2013-2017)= Grid solar-4000MW and off grid-1000MW

Phase 3 (2017-2022)= Grid solar-15000MW and off grid- 2000MW
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Name Of The Project:- PCPIR Andhra Pradesh

Projected Investment (in next 5 years) (US$ 75 bn) INR 3,430 bn


 Petroleum & Petrochemical Sectors: (US$ 47 bn) INR 2160 bn
 Chemical, Pharma & Fertilizer Sectors: (US$ 11.5 bn) INR 520 bn
 Ancillary Industries: (US$ 4.5 bn) INR 200 bn
 Housing & Allied Infrastructure: (US$ 7.6 bn) INR 350 bn
 External Infrastructure: (US$ 4.5 bn) INR 200 bn
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ANCHOR PROJECTS IN PCPIR

Existing VISAKH Refinery of HPCL (9.244 MMTPA)

HPCL Consortium to set up Greenfield 15 MMTPA Refinery cum
Petrochemical Project at Visakhapatnam
- Pre-Feasibility study & Market Study completed.
- Land is earmarked

GMR group to set up Greenfield 15 MMTPA refinery at Kakinada
- Techno Economic Feasibility Study by PFC Energy under progress.
- Land for project identified






AIR PORTS:
Visakhapatnam & Rajhamundry Airports in the region provide the connectivity

ROAD & RAIL CONNECTIVITY:
National Highway - 5 (Chennai – Kolkata) runs parallel to PCPIR Industrial Parks & SEZs connected through 4-lane access road to NH-5
Chennai - Howrah Trunk Rly. line runs close to PCPIR

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:
Two CETP's (22MLD & 4.5 MLD) with marine outfall facility Commissioned TSDF plant available in the region

Outlay for External Infrastructure Development (INR) 190,310 Mn – US$ 4.14 bn
Rs. in Million
Road Network-Improvement & Greenfield Roads 43,810
New Rail Links & Rail Freight Stations 10,100
Greenfield Airport, Air Cargo Complex & Upgradation of
Existing Airport 26,200
Upgradation of Port Facilities 36,000
Other External Infrastructure (Logistics Hubs, Water Supply,
Power Supply, Waste Management) 74,200

TOTAL 190,310

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Name Of The Project:- Krishnapatnam ultra mega power project(4000 MW)

Cost Of The Project:- Rs 17,500 crore. / $4 Billion

Time Duration:- 2010-2015 (Commision of First Unit – September 2013 , Last Unit – June 2015)

Current Status:- Coastal Andhra Power Limited (CAPL) achieved financial closure and construction is underway at full pace and expected to be commissioned ahead of schedule

Project Website:- Krishnapatnam UMPP


Coastal Andhra Power Limited (CAPL) was incorporated on August 24, 2006. This company was incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Power Finance Corporation Limited in order to build, own, operate and maintain the Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power Project at Nellore District in Andhra Pradesh and to invite international competitive bidding so as to award the Project to the successful bidder. It was transferred to Reliance Power under the provisions of a share purchase agreement dated January 29, 2008 after Reliance Power won the International Competitive Bidding (ICB) conducted for CAPL.

As per the ICB guidelines, a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) has been executed with 11 Procurers comprising 4 States i.e. Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka & Maharashtra. Andhra Pradesh, the Lead Procurer, will have 40% share of power from the project and the other states 20% each

Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power Project, a 4,000 MW imported coal-based Project in Andhra Pradesh

Coastal Andhra Power Limited (CAPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Power Ltd. is currently developing a 4,000 MW coal-based UMPP to be located near Krishnapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The Krishnapatnam project is located approximately 3 km from the nearest port where imported coal will be delivered to supply fuel for the project.

The Krishnapatnam project will be a coal-based project and will employ super-critical technology. The project is scheduled to come on-stream by September 2013, when the first unit is commissioned and the project is scheduled to be fully commissioned by October 2015.

Coal is planned to be imported from Indonesia. Construction activities at the site have commenced. All key clearances and approvals required for the Project are in place. All the required site studies have been completed.

The company is now focusing on early financial closure. IDBI and Power Finance Corporation (PFC) have been appointed as the co-lead arrangers for the Project and have also sanctioned majority of the loan requirement.

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