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Old July 20th, 2011, 09:22 PM   #1
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Haldia Projects and News

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IPCL, DPSC to invest Rs.26,450 crore in power

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Kolkata : India Power Corporation Limited (IPCL) and DPSC Limited, a power generation and distribution group, Wednesday announced their plan to invest Rs.26,450 crore by 2015 in the power sector across the country.

IPCL is the holding company of DPSC, which is a power generation and distribution company under Andrew Yule Group, which was taken over by IPCL last year.

"IPCL and DPSC, having an installed capacity of power generation of about 77.4 MW, will be adding another 4,362 MW with an investment of about Rs.25,000 crore by March, 2015," DPSC Ltd chairman Hemant Kanoria said here.

"The locations are Rajasthan, West Bengal, Bihar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh," he said.

"In power transmission and distribution segment, DPSC will invest around Rs.1,450 crore," he added.

Kanoria said a 60 MW wind power plant was under construction and expected to be commissioned by March 2012 in Rajasthan.

In West Bengal, a 450 MW thermal coal plant in Haldia and a 540 MW plant in Raghunathpur will be commissioned within 2013 and 2014 respectively.

"At Haldia, we have more than 200 acres of land. Construction works are going on there. At Raghunathpur, we already have 155 acres of land and we are open to private purchase of more land," Kanoria said.

He said 1,320 MW plant in Bihar, 1,320 MW plant in Gujarat and 660 MW plant in Madhya Pradesh were at various stages.

On distribution network of DPSC, the chairman said it planned to set up 220 KV and 400 KV stations within the licensed area to provide required connectivity with the national and state grid.

"For funding the total investment, various options are available. Internal accruals will take place. We will also tap private equity market," he added.
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Update on Haldia Logistics Park

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Eredene has made two investments in integrated logistic parks in Eastern India with tea, shipping and hospitality conglomerate Apeejay Surrendra Group. The logistics facility at Haldia, a petrochemical hub at the mouth of the Hooghly River and the main port for Kolkata, opened for storage business in October 2010 using a 60,000 sq ft hard stand area for iron ore customers. Construction work at the site was disrupted due to local elections in West Bengal and is expected to resume after the end of the current monsoon season. The 45-acre phase 1 is planned to include three domestic warehouses of a total area of 96,000 sq ft, a bonded warehouse of 57,000 sq ft and a container yard of 288,000 sq ft, and is scheduled to be operational in early 2012.
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Further extension of time for Cals Refinery unlikely

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The delay by Cals Refinery, a Spice Energy Group company, which plans to set up a refinery in Haldia, has irked the new government in West Bengal which is not willing to give any more time extensions to the promoters.

State Industry Minister Partha Chatterjee said that the government would not grant any extension to the project beyond a certain period. “We have already given them an extension but will not do any longer as the project has already suffered many delays,” he said.
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India prioritises port projects

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India's Shipping Ministry has earmarked $3.8bn for 24 port upgrade projects this year, compared with the $903m spent on 12 projects last year.

The cash injection will add capacity of 232.43m tonnes per year.

Of the 24 projects, 12 are entirely new and the rest are carried forward from the last two years.

The biggest project is that of Haldia Dock 2 in Calcutta, which will take a $452m slice of the funds.
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According to ABP, Purnendu Chaterjee sought 300 acres of land to build a plastic park in Haldia.
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Tata Power Company Limited : Tata Power’s Haldia Power Plant aids Infrastructure development of schools

Undertakes infrastructure development for second school in Haldia

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Tata Power, India’s largest integrated private power utility, through its small but significant efforts has undertaken numerous initiatives to ensure holistic development of communities in its areas of operation. In its endeavour to improve education for children around its operations, it has taken various steps ranging from improving quality of education to developing good educational infrastructure.

In line with the above, Tata Power’s Haldia power plant has undertaken infrastructure development program for second school in Haldia –Haldia Town school. A.G Church was the first school where this initiative was undertaken. The objective of this initiative is to improve the working conditions of the school so that the students and teachers benefit.

Speaking about this initiative, Mr. Vijayant Ranjan, Station Manager, Haldia Power Plant, said, “We at Tata Power are happy that this initiative has motivated the student towards education by enhancing basic amenities in the school. The provision of this infrastructure not only reiterates our commitment towards ensuring quality education for our community but also focuses on improving the overall education scenario in the area.”
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Chatterjee asked to submit detailed project report on proposed polymer park

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Industries minister of the state of Bengal has asked Purnendu Chatterjee to submit a detailed project report on proposed polymer parks which would require 300 acres. It was in the end of May that Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL) proposed three polymer parks in Haldia, Panagarh and Kharagpur in Bengal and devised a marketing strategy to overcome the volatility of commodity petrochemical cycle. Each polymer park is to be spread across 100 acres, and will comprise units making plastic products. With this, Haldia is expected to be in a position to raise sales in East India to levels upto 50% of its output from the current 20%. The WBIDC and the Haldia Development Authority possess the land for the parks.
The company had identified eight projects and has already started work on two. The company has enough land within the existing HPL complex to take up the projects.
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Any idea about this project?

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Old September 6th, 2011, 03:49 AM   #10
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What 'parivartan'? business as usual at Haldia
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In 2007, East Medinipur district was home to a massacre that took place when 14 villagers were gunned down by the state police over the Nandigram agitations. The event turned out to be the Waterloo for the Left—it lost 16 seats in the Assembly elections though East Medinipur was considered to be its stronghold—who were subsequently trounced for the first time in 34 years. It also changed the political fortunes of the current Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Mamata had campaigned under the promise of ‘Parivartan’ or change, promising a new era of decision making that would be more sympathetic to the people’s concerns. However, reports from the Haldia Development Authority which houses some of the state’s leading industrial projects—once led by CPM strongman Lakshman Seth and now by Trinamool Congress (TMC) Member of Parliament, Suvendu Adhikari—suggests that it is business as usual at Haldia. “Just the colour has changed from red to green, not corruption,” says a day labourer at the Haldia Dock Complex. “In Haldia, the same people who traumatised us during Left regime have just changed colours like a chameleon and come back as Trinamool Congress workers,” he adds.

Locals say the same mistakes that the Left had made through Nandigram such as goonda raj, corruption and high-handedness are being repeated by the TMC . “If CPM’s Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) used to take Rs 200 as chanda from workers per month, TMC’s Indian National Trinamool Trade Union Congress (INTTUC)has just doubled it or are compelling lower grade workers to give a day’s salary,” said a top Haldia Refinery official. About 40,000 people work across all the projects in the region.

The Left’s loss of electoral power has meant a dramatic collapse for CITU which is affiliated with the Communist Party (Marxist), which has been compelled to close down nearly 16 of its offices in the recent months. “It’s a fact that INTTUC members are forcefully taking money from the factory workers. Those who are not ready to join their union are not allowed to even work,” said Sudarshan Manna, CITU district secretary. “Even people with 20 to 25 years experience were thrown out of job by new contractors.”

According to a local Left leader, TMC activists are extorting money from workers in a range of about Rs 50,00 to Rs 1,00,000 depending on the grade of the new jobs for industrial projects. “This is happening in all projects including Exide, CESC, Adani Wilmar and Gokul Refinery, with or without the knowledge of the management,” he says. Adds Manna: “In last few months, we have filed more than 60 cases regarding the INTTUC goondaisms against workers. But the state police has not taken even a single step to tackle this.”

In a change of stance Seth, who was the mastermind behind the selection of Nandigram for a chemical hub project by Indonesia-based Salim Group, said Adhikari and team have just started at HDA and it is not yet time to asses them. When asked about the recent violence, he said, “Haldia is peaceful now. Didi (Banerjee) has said that there will be no political violence in the state. Let us wait and watch.”

Strangely, one group who recently lost their jobs were none other than INTTUC workers—sixty of them—whom you would imagine to be safe from such upheavals since they are theoretically allied with Trinamool. “When a new contractor took charge, we were thrown out of the job without any prior notice. We are INTTUC workers and have experience of about six to seven years, still we lost the job,” says Mrinmay Kuity, a striking INTTUC worker. “For one month, we are sitting here, though the local MP Adhikari is in talks with the Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) authorities, nothing is happening,” he adds.

Adhikari considers these allegations to be a thing of the past. “Once I took over as the MP and chairman of HDA, we stopped all these practices like extortion of money, run by CITU offices in the region. Now, Haldia is ushering a new era in, with many fresh investments on its way,” he said. The new projects on track include a Rs 4,000 crore investment for expansion plans by HPL, Rs 8,000 crore Haldia-Paradip pipeline, apart from an IOC pipeline in the route.

HDA has total a total land area of 5,198 acres, out of which 2,184 acre is used for industrial purpose, 524 acre for infrastructure projects like road and water supply, 348 acre for social infrastructure, 93 acre for residential and 490 acre for rehabilitation purposes. Land in possession of HDA earmarked for various projects is around 1,039 acres, while land lying unutilised is about 520 acres.

The region has major industrial projects like South Asian Petrochemicals, IOC, Exide, Shaw Wallace, Tata Chemicals, HPL, Mitsubishi Chemicals and Hindustan Lever, in addition to various light industries. Lot of other projects like CESC power plant and Sino Steel project are at different stages of incorporation.

“I took charge of HDA a few weeks ago. In a few months ago, you are going to see huge investments and three or four new projects, as they are in finals stages of getting clearance,” said Adhikari. While stating that land losers would get the first priority for jobs, Adhikari said nearly 1,000 people have got jobs in various projects since he became the Tamluk MP.

Clearly, the chief minister has gotten wind of developments in Haldia. She came out in public a few weeks ago and asked the industrialists not to pay those who seek money on her party’s behalf. “In some areas there are people who are misusing the names of some others to demand money. Please don’t pay. We don’t want money and it is not our policy. I want Bengal’s development,” she said, while addressing some industrialists from the state.

She may have to do a lot more than that to keep her credibility. As one IOC official remarked, “If father (CPM) was a thief, the son (TMC) may well become looter, if not stopped at right time.”
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GAIL ready to go ahead with Haldia-Jagadishpur project

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Days after the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) came out in public citing the deadline for the Haldia–Jagadishpur pipeline, GAIL has indicated that it is ready to go ahead with the project in sync with customer requirement and gas availability.

Replying to a query by Business Standard, a GAIL spokesperson said, “GAIL has been authorized to lay the Haldia–Jagadishpur pipeline by the ministry of petroleum and natural gas and not by PNGRB. We are working towards positioning the pipeline in sync with customer requirement and gas availability.”

Last week, the regulator had stated that the company had said that it would be difficult to set up its Rs 7,600-crore pipeline from Jagdishpur to Halida due to the non-availability Krishna-Godavari-Basin gas, with a Reliance Industries-led firm not being able to set up the Kakinada-Haldia pipeline. The company spokesperson added that, apart from Kakinada- Haldia pipeline it was also eyeing other domestic sources, like ONGC’s Mahanadi Gas as well as CBM from various blocks in Bengal – Jharkhand.

According to PNGRB, both the firms were given authorisation for the project five years ago and may lose the projects, if they don’t apply for further extension by 2012. The 1100-Kilometre Kakinada-Haldia pipeline was to supply natural gas from KG-Basin to parts of Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and the southern districts of West Bengal.

The GAIL project was about gasline from Jagdishpur in Uttar Pradesh to Haldia, stretching 2050 Km to meet the demand of gas in West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar. The investment for this project in West Bengal alone was to be around Rs 3,000 crore as it covers about 820 km.

Last week, PNGRB chairperson L Mansingh had said, “Authorisation for both the projects were granted five years ago and the deadline is around 2012. If they don’t ask for an extension, they will lose the project and it may go for bidding. When we issued a notice, GAIL clarified that there is no availability of gas and unless the Reliance pipeline comes into place, there is no reason to go ahead with the project,” said L Mansingh, chairperson, PNGRB.

According to Mansingh, when asked for reasons behind the lag, RGTIL (the RIL firm) has noted that “KG Basin production” has gone down and “has allocated the gas already to other areas so there is no gas available for the proposed Kakinada-Haldia pipeline”.

However, RIL did not respond to the Business Standard quieries. He had also indicated that If RGTIL and Gail fail to meet the deadline, the regulator may go for fresh bidding.
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CESC ropes in Chinese vendor for Haldia plant

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Kolkata: Sanjiv Goenka-controlled CESC has roped in Chinese Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group to supply boilers, turbines and generators (BTGs) for its 600 mw Haldia thermal power project.
The Chinese firm is upbeat about the Indian market and has decided to float a company. “We have applied to the government for an approval to set up a company in India,” Shanghai Electric’s vice-president Zhu Denian said. He said if the company was given the approval, it would have its office at Gurgaon. “We are looking for a partner to tie up with us in case of setting up a manufacturing facility,” he added.

Sanjiv Goenka, chairman of the R14,000-crore RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, said, “Shanghai Electric would supply the BTG package at an estimated cost of R1,000 crore for the 2x300 mw Haldia coal-fired project, to come up at an estimated cost of R3,250 crore.”

Punj Lloyd would supply the balance of plant. The project which requires 450 acres for the first phase already has 420 acres in possession, all necessary clearances and long-term coal linkage from Mahanadi Coalfields.
“The plant will be commissioned by middle of 2014 and we consider Wednesday as the zero date,” Goenka said
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Haldia Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Rs 14,000 crore RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group’s power flagship CESC, has placed a Rs 1,000 crore BTG (boilers, turbines and generators) contract with Shanghai Electric Group of China for its 3x200 MW thermal power plant.

The 100-year-old Shanghai Electric Group is a leading brand of China’s equipment manufacturing industry with energy as its core business. The company is already in possession of 420 acres of land at Baneswar Chak, Haldia.

The rehabilitation and resettlement programme for the phase I of the project is nearing completion. The work has already begun in full swing at Haldia after necessary clearances. Coal linkage has also been secured and necessary infrastructure work for the project has been completed.

The project is expected to be ready by the middle of 2014, RP Sanjiv Goenka Group chairman Sanjiv Goenka said.

Incidentally, Shanghai Electric Group is also supplying major equipment (BTG) for the Chandrapur Power Project in Maharashtra where Dhariwal Infrastructure, another CESC subsidiary, is setting up a 2x300 MW coal-fired thermal plant.

Both these projects are part of the group’s overall plans to ramp up power generation from 1250 MW at present to 7000 MW over the next six years, with a total capital outlay of Rs 30,000 crore, said Goenka.

Significantly, over and above the BTG contract for the Haldia project, CESC and the Chinese firm also arrived at a broader and long-term strategic arrangement to cooperate on setting up coal-based power plants in India.

Zhu Denian, VP of Shanghai Electric of China, said, “Through this project and many more in future, Shanghai Electric will continually contribute to the development of the state and the country in the power sector.”
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Haldia Energy selects Shanghai Electric for BTG

Haldia Energy Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of CESC Ltd, has entered into an agreement with China's leading equipment manufacturing company, Shanghai Electric Group, for supply of boilers, turbines and generators for a 600-mw thermal power project at Haldia in West Bengal. The BTG package is worth Rs.jpg1,000 crore.

The two companies have also signed a strategic longtime cooperation agreement for setting up coal-based power plants in India.

Group Chairman Sanjiv Goenka said, "In long-term, we could be looking at future tie-up in UMPP and wind power. Both the firms would like to work with each other. This contract (with Shanghai Electric) could be upgraded to a joint venture."

On Haldia plant, Goenka said, "Work has begun in full swing at Haldia with all necessary clearance received. Phase-I of the plant with a generation capacity of 600 mw (2x300) is expected to be completed by the middle of 2014." Phase-I will entail an investment of Rs.jpg3,250 crore.

The company has signed longterm coal linkage from Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd for the plant.


http://www.projectsmonitor.com/ELECT...ectric-for-btg
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Punj Lloyd secures power order worth Rs.1,195 crore


Punj Lloyd Group, the leading EPC conglomerate, has won a balance-of-plant order for thermal power project from Haldia Energy Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of CESC Ltd, Kolkata.

The project, worth 1,195 crore ($244 million), will boost the power supply in Kolkata and its suburbs, and is scheduled for commissioning by 2014. Based in Haldia, the scope of work for the 2x300 mw capacity power plant entails BOP supply and services and BTG erection. It also includes detailed engineering of BOP, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation packages.

Shivendra Kumar, CEO - Energy South Asia, Punj Lloyd, said: "Power is one of the key stimuli for rapid economic growth in the country. With this second project from CESC, Punj Lloyd will make significant addition to the power generation capacity in Kolkata and will help CESC to offer reliable power to the city's inhabitants and further fillip the economic development in the region."

With this contract, the order backlog for Punj Lloyd Group on a consolidated basis has gone up to 25,133 crore reflecting the total value of unexecuted orders as on June 30, 2011, and new orders received after that day.

As a leading EPC contractor in power, Punj Lloyd handles the engineering, boiler-turbinegenerator, balance-of-power plant packages, and complete civil construction.


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Mr Edouard Louis-Dreyfus, Chief Executive Officer, Louis-Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA), the French firm specialising in shipping, dry bulk cargo-handling and logistics, as a member of a French delegation, will visit Haldia on Thursday. A probable participation in the proposed transloading operation at the Sandheads and Kanika Sands is one of the options being considered by the French company, it is learnt.
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IPCL Haldia power plant to be commissioned by mid 2013

India Power Corporation Ltd holding company of DPSC Ltd expects its 450 mega watt (MW) Haldia plant to be commissioned by the third quarter of 2013.

Mr Anup Bhargava who joined as managing director of IPCL recently said that “Through this plant and through special purpose vehicles, we have an overall investment plan of more than INR 25,000 crore in the next five years. This includes the 450 MW thermal power plant at Haldia with an investment of INR 2500 crore at Haldia. The plant is expected to be commissioned in mid 2013. While the DPSC’s 540MW Greenfield unit at Raghunathpur will see an investment of INR 3000 crore. More than this, we have signed MoUs with Bengal, Bihar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh to build more than 4,000MW of thermal power capacity.”

DPSC came under IPCL fold after divestment by Andrew Yule in 2009-10. While the land for the first phase of Raghunathpur (1 X 270 MW) in Purulia has already been allotted by West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation, BTG order was given to Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.

The Company will also be commissioning a 12 MW thermal power plant at Dishergarh (Asansol) at a cost of INR 60 crore the end of this month. DPSC currently has a generation capacity of 42 MW thermal power from its plants at Chinakuri and Dishergarh in West Bengal.

Mr Bhargava said that DPSC is expected to close the current financial year with a turnover exceeding INR 500 crore. Power demand this March is expected to touch 200 MW which is about 10% higher than the previous year. This year DPSC has already invested more than INR 120 crore to strengthen its distribution capacity.
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