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South Africa : Second convetional nuclear power station, South Africa January 24, 2009

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The Eskom (South African electric utility ) board has approved the investigation of up to 20 000 MW of nuclear capacity over the next 20 years, as part of its plans to roll out 40 000 MW of capacity over the same period. The initial phase of the investigation will concentrate on one nuclear power station of about 40 000 MW, with provision being made for future expansion.

A small model of the nuclear power plant "Kernkraftwerk Emsland" in Lingen, Germany (flokru, Flickr)

A small model of the nuclear power plant "Kernkraftwerk Emsland" in Lingen, Germany (flokru, Flickr

The proposed nuclear power station will be of the pressurised water reactor (PWR) type. Cooling water for the nuclear power station will be used directly from the sea. Although detailed design still needs to be completed, it is estimated that the entire development will require some 31 ha, including all auxiliary infrastructure.

 

The proposed nuclear power station will include a nuclear reactor, a turbine complex, spent fuel and nuclear storage facilities, waste handling facilities, an intake and outfall basin, and infrastructure for various auxiliary services.

Eskom is considering five possible sites for the nuclear plant, namely Brazil, near Kleinzee, and Schulpfontein near Hondeklipbaai on the Northern Cape west coast; Duynefontein (Koeberg) and Batamsklip, near Pearly Beach, east of Gansbaai, on the Western Cape coast; and Thyspunt, near Oyster Bay, west of Cape St Francis, on the Eastern Cape coast.

Value The project’s capital cost is between  € 70 millions and € 80 millions.
If the proposed project is authorised, it is estimated that the construction of the nuclear power station could start in 2010, with the commissioning of the first unit in 2016.

Key contractors and suppliers Arcus Gibb (environmental-impact assessment (EIA) and environmental-management plan for the proposed nuclear power plant). Latest development Eskom has announced its decision not to proceed with the proposed investment in the Nuclear 1 project, owing to the magnitude of the investment. The Eskom board has, as a result, terminated the commercial procurement process to select the preferred bidder for the construction of the Nuclear 1 project.

The two bidders, the EPR consortium led by Areva of France and the N-Powerment consortium led by Westinghouse of the US, have been informed of this decision of the Eskom board.

However, the South African government has stressed that the country remains committed to its nuclear power programme despite the dicision.

Contact details for project information

Eskom media desk, tel +27 11 800 3304, fax +27 11 800 3850

email mediadesk@eskom.co.za.

Eskom national call centre, tel 0860 037 566.

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YEMEN : 400 MW MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION January 17, 2009

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Sana , YemenInvitation to Prequalify Companies for Designing, Engineering, Manufacturing, Installing, Training, Start-up and Commissioning of 400 MW MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION.
Invitation are due to sent out to qualified companies to submit their bids by 13th of April 2009.
The pre-qualification will be processed in accordance with the instructions provided in a Prequalification Document. The invitation is open to all companies from countries specified in the prequalification.
For more information on the Prequalification Document, please contact the address shown below during working hours (8:00 AM to 3:00 PM).
Applicants interested in purchasing the Prequalification Document are requested to submit their written application request to the address shown below, and enclose with their application a non-refundable amount of $200. The application should be sent in a sealed and stamped envelope to the address shown below. Applications should be received by 11th March 2009.
The qualified companies for Marib Gas Power Plant Project (Phase II) 400 MW should not submit their applications but the letter of interest is required.
The Prequalification Document will be put out on the following websites:
The PEC website (www.pec.com.ye). Then log on to Bids and advertisement.
The official website can also be accessed through the service provider (y.net).

CONTACTS:

Ministry of Electricity & Energy
Public Electricity Corporation
MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION
P.O.BOX 178
AIRPORT ST. NEAR ALTHAWRA PARK
SANA´A REPUBLIC OF YEMEN
ATT. PEC MANAGING DIRECTOR
TEL. 00967 1 328 141/2/3/4 FAX 00967 1 328 150/1
E-MAIL: YPECNT@Y.NET.YE

Shenhua Group launches CTL project in Inner Mongolia January 15, 2009

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Coal ProcessingShenhua Group, the country’s largest coal producer, announced that a direct coal-to-liquids (CTL) project had started operation before the New Year, sources reported.

The project, involving a total investment of RMB 10 billion, is the world’s first major liquefaction plant that employs direct coal liquefaction technology.

Located in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the first CTL facility in China is designed with a capacity of producing one million tons of fuels annually.

The project started construction on April, 2005, and is producing fuels and chemical products all up to standard at present.
Shenhua Group is a state-owned mining and energy company in China. It was founded in October 1995 under the auspices of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China.

Source: China Business News

Engineering, Procurement, Contruction & Commissioning of 300MW Kimanis Power Project January 15, 2009

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petronas-towers-1PETRONAS Gas Behad (PGB) and Yayasan Sabah (YS) intend to construct a combined cycle power plant with a nominal generating capacity of 300MW in Kimanis, District of Papar, Sabah through a proposed joint-venture company, soon to be incorporated between PGB and YS.
PGB and YS hereby invite applications from prospective bidders with relevant experience, financial capability and resources to qualify for the tender as indicated in the Pre-Qualification Document.
The prospective bidders or consortium/joint venture company must have previous working experience with an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), proven capability, relevant experience and successfully completed the implementation of a similar combined cycle power plant project. Foreign bidders are required to form a joint-venture or consortium with capable local contractors to maximize local participation.
The Pre-Qualification Document will be available for purchase and collection from 13 – 23 January 2009 at Group Supply Chain Management Division, Level 9, Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur during following working hours:
Monday – Thursday (9.30am – 12.30pm & 2.30pm – 4.30pm)
Friday – (9.30am – 12.00pm & 3.00pm – 4.30pm)
The document fee of RM10,000 (non-refundable) should be made by Bank Draft to Petronas Gas Berhad upon collection of the document. In the case of joint-venture, the document should be purchased by the lead partner. A copy of receipt/acknowledgement must be submit together with the application for Pre-Qualification to Tender Box 9, Kimanis Power Project (KPP), Level 9, Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.
Pre-Qualification closing date will be on 16th February 2009 at 12.00noon. All costs incurred in relation to the application for pre-qualification shall be borne by the applicant.

Turkey:TEIAS´s Market Management System (MMS) Project January 15, 2009

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The evaluation report is expected nowadays to be prepared by the Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) and forwarded to the World Bank for the tender of the international Day-Ahead Market Trading System and Reconciliation System Procurement and Implementation Project, which is covered by the National Transmission System Project II and is the highest amount of investment item of the loan package of USD 66 million procured from the World Bank.
TEIAS, which has targeted to sign the tender contract before 2008 ends according to the work schedule prepared for the tender whose bids were received on July 16, 2008, will nowadays prepare the evaluation report. The report to be prepared for the project, whose evaluation works have been intensified as of the second half of December, will firstly submitted to the World Bank for approval. TEIAS will also resort to the approval of the Executive Board for finalization of the report and conclusion of the tender.
Areva+Havelsan had submitted the lowest bid of € 2.4 million for the tender on the basis of bid opening session prices read out by the Commission, and that the second lowest bidder was Spanish Atos Orgin SA with its bid of € 2.9 million. In the same news story of us, we reported that Siemens and ABB among the leading companies of the sector had participated in the tender, and that Indra System SA had also submitted bids for the tender.
Although the Tender Commission targets to finalize the tender in October, the activities lagged behind the work schedule prepared for the project since the evaluation works took longer than expected, and a delay was experienced in the contract envisaged to be signed in 2008. Areva+Havelsan, which submitted the lowest bid according to the prices read out by the Commission, has still a chance
Sources close to the subject reported that Areva+Havelsan, which had submitted the lowest bid of € 2,378,400 on the basis of bid opening session prices read out by the Commission, had still a chance. Stating that Areva worked on MMS also in other countries, the same sources pointed out that the tender result would be clarified through the Commission Report to be prepared.

Contact: http://www.teias.gov.tr/

INDIA: Bottles manufacturing plant January 15, 2009

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Fresh Pet an exporter & manufacturer of PET bottles and jars in all ranges is implementing a bottles manufacturing unit at Haridwar in Uttarakhand. The unit is to manufacture 350-400 TPM of pet pre-forms, bottles and all plastic products for use in pharmaceutical & beverage industries. Husky Injection Molding Systems, Luxembourg is the major equipment supplier. As of December 2008, erection of machinery is underway. The unit is slated for completion by the first quarter of 2009

India: POWER GENERATION Plant January 15, 2009

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RR Energy engaged in power generation is planning to implement a coal based power plant (25 MW) at Garhumariya in Raigarh district of Chhattisgarh. The project technical consultancy is to be rendered by an in-house team. Equipment suppliers, vendors and contractors are yet to be identified. As of December 2008, the company is awaiting statutory clearances. The unit is scheduled for completion in 1 year from zero date.
contact:
Rr Energy Limited
NH 200, Jharsuguda Road
PO: Garhumariya
DT: Raigarh, Chhattisgarh
Phone: – +91-7762233385/6, Fax:- +91-7762233387
E-Mail:- info@rrenergyindia.com