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  • 1. 06-10-2010 st-other-india Other Thermal Plants in India Durgapur Works Haldia Complex Location: West Bengal Location: West Bengal Operator: Phillips Carbon Black Ltd Operator: Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd Configuration: 1 X 30 MW CHP Configuration: 2 X 52-MW steam, 2 X 23 MW gas Fuel: tailgas turbine CHP Operation: 2008 Fuel: naphtha Boiler supplier: BHEL Operation: 1999-2000 T/G supplier: Hangzhou, Greenesol Power Systems Boiler supplier: ?? Quick facts: In Oct 2008, PCB started-up this T/G supplier: ABB captive power plant at a cost of Rs1bn. The plant EPC: Larsen & Toubro, Sargent & Lundy was commissioned in April 2009. PCB is India’s Quick facts: Haldia Petrochem is a $1.2bn complex with a largest carbon black producer and a company of naphtha cracker unit and associated plants which RPG Enterprises. The new cogen plant fires tail gas manufacture LLDPE, HDPE, polypropylene, and other from the carbon black manufacturing process. chemicals. It is owned by West Bengal Industrial Surplus power is sold to CESC. Development Corp, Chatterjee Petrochem, and Tata Group. Photograph courtesy of Phillips Carbon Black Ltd Posted 5 May 2010 Photograph courtesy of Larsen & Toubro Posted 18 Aug 2007 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 05/05/10 Home industcards.com/st-other-india.htm 1/1Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 2. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-ap Coal-Fired Plants in Andhra Pradesh Dr Narla Tata Rao (Vijayawada) Location: Andhra Pradesh Nalgonda KVK Operator: Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corp Location: Andhra Pradesh Paloncha Configuration: 6 X 210 MW Operator: KSK Energy Ventures Location: Andhra Pradesh Operation: 1979-1995 Configuration: 1 X 43 MW Operator: Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd Fuel: coal Operation: 2007 Configuration: 1 X 50 MW Boiler supplier: BHEL Fuel: coal Operation: 1996 T/G supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: ?? Fuel: coal EPC: WAPCOS T/G supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: Krupp India, Lentjes Quick facts: Vijayawada TPS Stage-I cost Rs193 Ouick facts: Construction started in Apr 2006 on T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila crores while Stage-II cost Rs511 crores and Stage- this captive power project for Zuari Cement and Sri Quick facts: This CFB plant supplies a ferro-alloys III cost Rs840 crores. The plant had the highest load Vishnu Cement. Coal is from the Mahanadi fields. plant and sells surplus power to a local distribution factor in India from 1994-98 and again in 2001-02. The total cost was Rs 167 crore. company. Vijayawada TPS received the government’s Meritorious Productivity Award for 20 consecutive Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy Ventures Photograph courtesy of Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd years. The plant was renamed after former APSEB Posted 28 Jan 2007 Posted 22 Jun 2007 Chairman Dr N T Rao in Dec 2007. Photograph courtesy of Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corp Posted 14 Apr 2006 Ramagundam STPS Rayalaseema-I Location: Andhra Pradesh Location: Andhra Pradesh Simhadri Operator: National Thermal Power Corp Ltd Operator: Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corp Location: Andhra Pradesh Configuration: 3 X 200 MW, 4 X 500 MW Configuration: 2 X 210 MW Operator: NTPC Ltd Operation: 1983-2005 Operation: 1994-1995 Configuration: 2 X 500 MW Fuel: bituminous coal Fuel: coal Operation: 2002 Boiler supplier: B&W, Breda, BHEL Boiler supplier: BHEL Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: Ansaldo, Siemens, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: BHEL EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd, BHEL EPC: Shandong Electric Power Construction T/G supplier: BHEL Quick facts: This was the third of NTPCs super Quick facts: Rayalaseema Stage-I cost Rs860 Quick facts: Two more units are being built at this thermal projects and supplies electricity to Andhra crores while Stage-II cost Rs511.35 crores and site. Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnakata, Kerala, Goa, and Stage-III cost Rs840 crores. The plant had the Pondicherry. The site encompasses 10,630ac. highest load factor in India from 1998-2001 and Photograph courtesy of BHEL Average coal burn is 30,000tpd. A large-scale again in 2002-04. Two more 210-MW units are under Posted 12 May 2004 afforestation effort is underway in the plant area. construction for service in 2007. Photograph courtesy of BHEL Photograph courtesy of Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corp Posted 27 Jun 2007 Posted 14 Apr 2006 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 02/14/10 industcards.com/st-coal-india-ap.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 3. 06-10-2010 cc-india CCGT Plants in India - other states Dabhol Location: Maharashtra HPL Cogen Operator: Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt Ltd Location: West Bengal Configuration: 1 X 670-MW, 2+1 CCGT, 2 X 740-MW Operator: Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd 2+1 CCGT with 9001 FA gas turbines Configuration: 110-MW, 2+1 CCGT with 6551B gas Fuel: naphtha, natural gas, distillate oil turbines, 17-MW steam set, CHP Operation: 1999-2007 Dadri Fuel: naphtha, natural gas, LFO, refinery residues HRSG supplier: Vogt, Kawasaki Location: Uttar Pradesh Operation: 2000 T/G supplier: General Electric Operator: NTPC Ltd HRSG supplier: L&T EPC: Bechtel Configuration: Two 409-MW, 2+1 CCGT blocks with T/G supplier: GE, ABB Quick facts: Dabhol is on a 1,700ac coastal site V94 gas turbines EPC: L&T/S&L about 160km south of Mumbai. It was originally Fuel: natural gas, oil Quick facts: In Aug 1997, the engineering contract developed by Enron and budgeted at $2.8bn with 3 X Operation: 1992-1994 for this CCGT at the HPL works in Midanpore Dist 695-MW CCGT blocks an an LNG terminal. After HRSG supplier: Biro was awarded to L&T. This integrated naphtha-based 7yrs of development, Unit-1 was dedicated in May T/G supplier: Siemens, BHEL petrochemical complex is at Haldia, a major river 1999, about 2yrs behind the original schedule. The EPC: Lahmeyer, Tata port town about 60km from Kolkata at the $1.8bn Phase-II financing closed in Apr 1999 and in Quick facts: This is one of the early Indian CCGT confluence of Hugli and Haldi Rivers. The cracker Jun, a $300mn order was placed with GE for two CC plants. The site is on the Upper Ganga Branch and associated process units produce ethylene, 209FA blocks. From Jan to May 2001, the four Canal in Gautambudhnagar District. Ga is supplied propylene, and other materials. HPL Cogeneration Phase II GTs were progressively synchronized and from the HBJ Pipeline. The plant cost Rs 960.35 Ltd was set up as a 49:51 power generation joint steam blows completed on the HRSGs. The Dabhol- Crore and was built with financing assistance from venture between HPL and L&T, but in May 2008, 2 steam turbine was rolled in April and the Dabhol-3 KfW. HPL bought out the L&T stake and also began steam set was nearly ready for testing when work preparations to partially switch the plant to natural was halted on 17 Jun 2001. In May 2001, MSEB Photograph courtesy of Siemens gas. Two auxiliary boilers and duct-firing systems Posted 25 Oct 2007 unilaterally rescinded the DPC PPA and Dabhol allow for the production of up to 480 tph of process Phase I was shutdown. Finally, the state steam. In 2006, Evonik obtained a 6yr O&M government and other parties took over the project, contract for the HPL plant. which gradually returned to service during 2006/07, first on naphtha and finally on natural gas as Photograph courtesy of Evonik India Posted 14 Mar 2010 originally designed. Photograph by Boneyjoe Posted 9 Sep 2007 Kathalguri Kayamkulam Karuppur Location: Assam Location: Kerala Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Northeastern Electric Power Corp Ltd Operator: NTPC Ltd Operator: Aban Power Co Ltd Configuration: Three 97-MW, 2+1 CCGT blocks with Configuration: 360-MW, 2+1 CCGT with 9001E gas Configuration: 120-MW, 1+1 CCGT with 6001FA gas 6001 gas turbines (Block 1) and M251 gas turbines turbines turbine (Blocks 2&3) Fuel: naphtha Fuel: gas Fuel: natural gas Operation: 1998 Operation: 2005 Operation: 1995-1998 HRSG supplier: NEM HRSG supplier: Thermax HRSG supplier: ?? T/G supplier: GE, BHEL T/G supplier: GE, DDIT T/G supplier: GE, BHEL, MHI, Melco EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd EPC: BHEL Quick facts: This project was largely funded by Quick facts: In Nov 1998, NTPC commissioned the Quick facts: This CCGT plant was commissioned on Japan Bank for International Cooperation. In addition first gas turbine at the Kayamkulam plant at 11 Aug 2005 and uses natural gas from the to building the CCGT plant to use Assam’s natural Choolatheruvu, Alappuzha district. The plant was f ll i i d i O t b 1999 b t littl www.industcards.com/cc-india.htm 1/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 4. 06-10-2010 cc-india Kuttalam gas field in Thanjavur Dist, Tamil Nadu. All gas reserves, funding was made available for a fully commissioned in October 1999, but was little power generated is sold to Tamil Nadu Electricity substantial associated transmission system. At used initially since its only available fuel was Board. GEA supplied an air-cooled condenser completion, Kathalguri was able to supply 25% of naphtha. Financial assistance for the Rs1,190cr electricity demand in the Northwest Region and scheme was obtained from the World Bank. Three Photograph courtesy of Aban Group helped to alleviate regional power shortages that had 650-MW CC blocks are in development at Posted 10 Feb 2007 steadily worsened during the 1990s. Kayamkulam, which is also known as Rajiv Gandhi. Photograph courtesy of BHEL Photograph by David Appleyard Posted 13 May 2006 Posted 25 Jan 2006 Tanirbavi Location: Karnataka Operator: GMR Energy Configuration: 220-MW, 4+1 CCGT power barge with M6000PC gas turbines Fuel: naptha Regency Operation: 2000 Uran Location: Tamil Nadu HRSG supplier: Hyundai Location: Maharashtra Operator: KSK Energy Ventures T/G supplier: General Electric, Alstom Operator: Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Configuration: 59-MW, 1+1 CCGT with 6001 gas EPC: Hyundai, TCE Ltd turbine CHP Quick facts: In Oct 1999, Hyundai won a $160mn Configuration: 4 X 60 MW V93 GT (Unit-1 scrapped Fuel: gas contract to build the Tanirbavi barge-based CCGT 2003), 2 X 336-MW, 2+1 CCGT blocks withV94.2 Operation: 2006 plant. Financing closed in September 2000 and in gas turbines HRSG supplier: ?? Apr 2001 the American ExIm approved $5.1mn in Fuel: natural gas, oil T/G supplier: BHEL support for the $207mn project, which at the time, Operation: 1982-1994 EPC: Toyo Engineering was owned by PSEG Global and GMR in a 49:51 HRSG supplier: Deutsche Babcock Quick facts: In Feb 2005, BHEL received a Rs84 joint venture. The 106m barge was built in Ulsan and T/G supplier: Siemens crore equipment contract for this industrial CHP at moored in the Gurupur River in Mangalore. Metso EPC: Siemens, Lahmeyer, Tata Kallugurani village in Ramanathpuram Dist. Automation supplied its maxDNA digital control Quick facts: Uran power station is near Bokadvira Financial closure was in Aug 2005. Regency Power system. Simple-cycle operations started in Jun Village, 1km away from Uran town and 55Km from Corp was set-up to build the plant for a number of 2001 when it was considered the largest single- Mumbai by road. The site is surrounded on three industrial customers including Regency Ceramics, barge, generating facility in the world. In Oct 2002, side by the Arabian Sea. Uran cost about Rs Brakes India, Lakshmi Mills, and Orchid Chemicals. PSEG sold its stake in Tanirbavi for $45mn. In Jun 1,118.5 Crores. Grid connection is by 4 X 220Kv KSK was responsible for project implementation, 2008, the original PPA expired and, in Sep 2009, lines to Apta S/S and 2 X 220kV lines to Kharghar permitting, procurement, and the wheeling GMR announced it would move the barge power S/S. arrangement with TNEB. Natural gas is from the plant to Kakinda in Andhra Pradesh starting in Jan Cauvery basin. Photograph courtesy of Maharashtra State Power Generation Co 2010. The 1,200km move and dredging on the Ltd Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy Ventures Godavari River upstream from Kakinda cost about Posted 3 Feb 2010 Posted 21 Jan 2007 R245cr. Fuel at the new site will be LNG and operation is expected in April 2010. GMR plans to retain the 30ac Mangalore site plus associated infrastructure for possible future use. Photograph courtesy of GMR Energy Posted 4 Feb 2004 Valuthur Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Tamil Nadu Electricity Board Configuration: 95-MW, 1+1 CCGT with 6001FA gas turbine, 92-MW, 1+1 CCGT with V643.A gas turbine Fuel: gas Operation: 2002-2008 HRSG supplier: Alstom T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens/Ansaldo, Alstom Power India EPC: Fichtner India, BHEL, Vasavi Power, GEA India, Dastur & Co www.industcards.com/cc-india.htm 2/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 5. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-chh-or Coal-Fired Plants in India - Chhattisgarh & Orissa Hirakud Smelter Jharsuguda CPP Location: Orissa Bhilai Location: Orissa Operator: Hindalco Industries Ltd Location: Chhattisgarh Operator: Vedanta Resources plc Configuration: 1 X 67.5 MW, 3 X 100 MW Operator: NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd Configuration: 9 X 135 MW Operation: 1994-2008 Configuration: 2 X 250 MW Operation: 2008-2010 Fuel: coal Operation: 2008-2009 Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: ISGEC John Thompson, Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: Shanghai ThyssenKrupp Industries India Boiler supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Shanghai T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL EPC: SEPCO-III Quick facts: The Hirakud smelter and power EPC: BHEL Quick facts: In Feb 2004, Lanco Amarkantak Power complex is located in Sambalpur Dist on the banks Quick facts: This plant was built to supply electricity issued an RFQ for the EPC contract for its proposed of the world’s longest earthen dam, the 25.8km to the Bhilai Steel Works and other SAIL units. 250-MW coal-fired plant at Pathadi village in Korba Hirakud Dam spanning the Mahanadi river. The Excess output is sold into Indias Western Grid. District. In the event, two 300-MW sets were Hirakud smelter, set up by Indal in 1959, was the Unit-1 went commercial on 22 Apr 2009, followed by country’s second aluminium smelter operating on ordered from Dongfang. The first unit came online Unit-2 on 21 Oct 2009. about 2yrs past the original schedule. Total cost of power sourced from the hydro power station of the Phase-I was about $275mn. The project has a Hirakud Dam. In 1993, Indal built India’s first CFB Photograph courtesy of NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd 400kV switchyard and a 32km, 400kV tie-line to captive power plant. Three more steam sets were Posted 14 Feb 2010 PGCIL’s 400kV Korba-Seepat line. Phase-II is to added starting about 10yrs later, each supplied by consist of 2 X 660 MW supercritical sets. three CFB boilers. Photograph by painkiller416 (Panoramio) Photograph courtesy of Power Posted 3 Oct 2010 Posted 11 Nov 2009 O P Jindal Jharsuguda Sterlite Location: Chhattisgarh Location: Orissa Operator: Jindal Power Ltd Operator: Sterlite Energy Ltd Configuration: 4 X 250 MW Kharagprasad Configuration: 4 X 600 MW Operation: 2007-2008 Location: Orissa Operation: 2010-2011 Fuel: coal Operator: Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Configuration: 1 X 30 MW Boiler supplier: Harbin T/G supplier: BHEL Operation: 2003 T/G supplier: Dongfang EPC: BHEL, Punj Lloyd Fuel: coal EPC: SEPCO-III Quick facts: This is the largest coal-fired IPP in Boiler supplier: ?? Quick facts:On 21 Aug 2010, Shri Naveen Patnaik , India. A second phase with 4 X 600-MW units is on T/G supplier: ?? Chief Minister of Orissa, dedicated this IPP to the order. The plant is named after Om Prakash Jindal, Quick facts: The plant supplies a ferro-alloys plant People of Orissa. The total project cost is estimated the late founder of O P Jindal Group. The associated and sells surplus power to a local distribution to be Rs8,200cr. The Sterlite project has India’s first mine is the largest in the private sector and it has a company. A 64-MW unit is being added to the site. hydrid ESP with baghouse, four 150m natural draft 6mn tpy coal washery, also the largest in the cooling towers and two 275m stacks. Sterlite Photograph courtesy of Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd country. The facility has a 7km overland covered Energy is a subsidiary of Sterlite Industries, Indias Posted 22 Jun 2007 conveyor from the mine facility, the longest in India. largest non-ferrous metals and mining company, The tie-line to the grid is a 258km, double-circuit and in turn a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources plc. 400kV installation built in 1.5yrs. It was built without any joint-venture with PowerGrid Corp. Photograph courtesy of www.indiacsr.in industcards.com/st-coal-india-chh-or.… 1/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 6. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-chh-or Posted 3 Oct 2010 Photograph courtesy of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd Posted 31 Oct 2009 Pathadi-I Location: Chhattisgarh Operator: Lanco Amarkantak Power Pvt Ltd Rourkela Phase-II Configuration: 2 X 300 MW Location: Orissa Operation: 2009-2010 Raigarh Operator: NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd Fuel: coal Location: Chhattisgarh Configuration: 2 X 60 MW Boiler supplier: Dongfang Operator: Jindal Steel and Power Operation: 1987-1988 T/G supplier: Dongfang Configuration: 2 X 21 MW, 2 X 55 MW Fuel: coal EPC: MMC Corp, Shapoorji Palonji Operation: 1994-2004 Boiler supplier: Rafako Quick facts: In Feb 2004, Lanco Amarkantak Power Fuel: waste coal T/G supplier: BHEL issued an RFQ for the EPC contract for its proposed Boiler supplier: BHEL Quick facts: This is the second phase of a captive 250-MW coal-fired plant at Pathadi village in Korba T/G supplier: BHEL, DDIT power plant at Rourkela Steel Works. Operations District. In the event, two 300-MW sets were were taken over by NTPC-SAIL power in March ordered from Dongfang. The first unit came online Photograph courtesy of Jindal Steel and Power Ltd 2001. about 2yrs past the original schedule. Total cost of Posted 1 Feb 2004 Phase-I was about $275mn. The project has a Photograph courtesy of NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd 400kV switchyard and a 32km, 400kV tie-line to Posted 14 Feb 2010 PGCIL’s 400kV Korba-Seepat line. Phase-II is to consist of 2 X 660 MW supercritical sets. Photograph by V A Chakrarthy (Panoramio) Posted 2 Jun 2010 Talcher STPS Location: Orissa Operator: National Thermal Power Corp Ltd Configuration: 6 X 500 MW Operation: 1995-2006 Fuel: bituminous coal Boiler supplier: Stein, BHEL T/G supplier: ABB, BHEL EPC: Fouress, Tata Projects Quick facts: This is Indias second largest power plant. Fuel is mainly from Coal India Ltd’s Mahanadi Coalfield Ltd. Talcher was originally established by the Government of Orissa and subsequently sold to NTPC. However, the entire power generated from TTPS is dedicated to the State. Photograph courtesy of BHEL Posted 25 Jun 2007 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 10/03/10 Home industcards.com/st-coal-india-chh-or.… 2/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 7. 06-10-2010 cc-india CCGT Plants in India - Gujarat Baroda Location: Gujarat Operator: Gujarat Industries Power Co Ltd (GIPCL) Dhuvaran Configuration: 1 X 145-MW 3+1 CCGT with Bhander Location: Gujarat 6001BTG gas turbines, 1 X 160-MW, 1+1 CCGT Location: Gujarat Operator: Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd with 9001E gas turbine Operator: Essar Power Ltd Configuration: One 107 MW , 1+1 CCGT with Operation: 1992-1997 Configuration: 165-MW,1+1 CCGT, 340-MW, 2+1 6001FA gas turbine, one 112 MW , 1+1 CCGT with Fuel: natural gas CCGT, 1 X 110 CHP gas turbine, all 9001E gas 6001FA+e gas turbine HRSG supplier: NEM turbines Fuel: natural gas T/G supplier: General Electric, BHEL Fuel: natural gas Operation: 2004-2007 Quick facts: GIPCL was formed by Gujarat Operation: 2007-2008 HRSG supplier: ?? Electricity Board (now Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd HRSG supplier: Deltak, IHI, Hangzhou T/G supplier: GE, BHEL (GUVNL)), Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Lt T/G supplier: Hitachi, BHEL, Siemens EPC: Reliance Energy, BHEL, SEW Constructions (GSFC), Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Ltd (GACL), Quick facts: This plant was built out in three phases Quick facts: This plant is near Khambhat in Anand and Petrofils Co-operatives Ltd. Output from the first to support increasing power demand of Essar’s District. The EPC award for the first block was made block at Baroda is distributed to the owners in Hazira steel complex. to BHEL in Oct 2001 for Rs 310 crore. In March proportion to their ownership while the second block 2004, BHEL was awarded a Rs 333 crore EPC was built as an IPP with power sales to GUVNL. Photograph courtesy of Essar Power Ltd contract for the second block, which has BHELs Fuel is from Gujarat State Petroleum Corp and Niko Posted 3 Feb 2010 first indigenously manufactured 6001FA machine. Resources, the operating partners of the Hazira field. Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Posted 2 Nov 2008 Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Industries Power Co Ltd Posted 12 Sep 2007 Gandhar Complex Location: Gujarat Hazira GSEG Operator: Indian Petrochemicals Corp Ltd (IPCL) Hazira Location: Gujarat Configuration: 65-MW, 1+1 CCGT with 6001B gas Location: Gujarat Operator: Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd turbine, 2 X 45 MW LM6000 CHP Operator: Essar Power Ltd Configuration: 150-MW, 2+1 CCGT with GT8C gas Fuel: naphtha, natural gas Configuration: 515-MW, 3+1 CCGT with 9001E gas turbines Operation: 1996-2000 turbines Fuel: natural gas, oil HRSG supplier: BHEL Fuel: natural gas, naphtha, oil Operation: 2001-2002 T/G supplier: GE, BHEL Operation: 1995-1997 HRSG supplier: Hanjung EPC: L&T HRSG supplier: Hanjung T/G supplier: Alstom Quick facts: The IPCL complex a Gandhar was T/G supplier: GE EPC: Fichtner India, Alstom, Evonik India developed after the discovery of oil and gas reserves EPC: Hanjung Quick facts: GSEG is an IPP JV of Gujarat State in the region. Also promoting the site was Quick facts: This was the first large-scale, multi-fuel Petroleum Co, Gail, and Kribhco Fertilizer. GUVNL availability of ocean access, adequate freshwater CCGT IPP in India. It went commercial in Oct 1997 is the offtaker. Plant COD was 1 Jun 2002 Evonik from the Narmada River, and salt. The foundation and sells 300 MW to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd India was owners engineer and later assisted in stone was laid in Oct 1989 and the final investment (GUVNL) under a 20yr PPA signed in 1996. The commissioning and repairs of initial mechanical clearance was granted in Mar 1992. The first phase balance of plant output is sold to Essar Steel Ltd. issues. included a 170,000 MTA VCM plant, 150,000 MTA Ph t h t fE P Ltd industcards.com/cc-india-gujarat.htm 1/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 8. 06-10-2010 cc-india PVC plant, 115,000 MTA chlor-alkali plant, 130,000 Photograph courtesy of Essar Power Ltd Posted 3 Feb 2010 Photograph courtesy of Evonik India MTA caustic soda plant, and captive power plant, all Posted 14 Mar 2010 commissioned by year-end 1996. Photograph courtesy of Larsen & Toubro Posted 18 Aug 2007 Paguthan Location: Gujarat Operator: Gujarat Paguthan Energy Corp Configuration: 655-MW, 2+1 CCGT block with V94.2 gas turbines Fuel: natural gas, naphtha Kawas Operation: 1998 Location: Gujarat HRSG supplier: Deutsche Babcock Operator: NTPC Ltd T/G supplier: Siemens Configuration: two 328-MW, 2+1 CCGT blocks with EPC: Siemens, TCE Consulting Engineers, Fichtner Utran-1 9001E gas turbines Quick facts: This was the third Indian IPP to go on- Location: Gujarat Fuel: natural gas, oil, naphtha line, and the largest to that date. The developer of Operator: Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd Operation: 1992-1994 the $750mn plant was Gujarat Torrent Energy Corp Configuration: 165-MW, 3+1 CCGT with 6001 gas HRSG supplier: CMI Ltd (GTEC), a consortium initially consisting of turbines T/G supplier: Alstom PowerGen (20%), local pharmaceutical company Fuel: natural gas EPC: Alstom, Ebasco, Sogreah Torrent Group (30%), Gujarat Power Corp (12%), Operation: 1992-1993 Quick facts: Kawas cost Rs 1560 Crore. Fuel is and Siemens (10%). In Jul 1999, PowerGen HRSG supplier: ?? from the South Basin Gas Field and supplied by the announced that it was buying out Torrent’s interest, T/G supplier: GE, BHEL HBJ Pipeline. Power is sold to many states and the first such transaction in India. In Dec 2000, EPC: Fouress Engineering territories including Chaattisgarh, Dadra & Nagar PowerGen sold most of its stake in Paguthan to Quick facts: Utran power station is on the Tapi River Haveli, Daman & Diu, Goa, Gujarat, Madhya CLP Power and the plant is now 100% owned by about 10km from Surat city in Surat district. Pradesh, and Maharashtra. A 1,200-MW extension CLP Holdings. The gas turbines are capable of firing is planned. gas and naphtha independently as well as Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd simultaneously. Gas is received by a pipeline from Posted 2 Nov 2008 Photograph courtesy of Alstom the Gandhar gas fields. The plant is connected to Posted 15 Jul 2006 the gird with 220kV and 400kV switchyards. Water supply from the Narmada River is delivered by a 24km pipeline to onsite reservoirs. Mee fogging systems for each GT were ordered in Jan 2000 and commissioned by mid-year. A 1,000-MW extension is planned. Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Paguthan Energy Corp Posted 23 Mar 2005 Utran-2 Location: Gujarat Operator: Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd Configuration: 375-MW, 1+1 CCGT with GT26 gas turbine Fuel: natural gas Operation: 2009 HRSG supplier: Alstom T/G supplier: Alstom EPC: Alstom, Alstom Projects India Quick facts: In June 2007, GSECL awarded Alstom a Rs1,000cr contract for a 370-MW extension to Utran, the first GT26-based plant order in India and the fourth Alstom CCGT in the state. Utran-2 was commissioned in Oct 2009 and dedicated in May 2010. The total cost was Rs1,414cr. industcards.com/cc-india-gujarat.htm 2/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 9. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-gujarat Coal-Fired Plants in India - Gujarat Gujarat Cement Works Sikka Location: Gujarat Location: Gujarat Operator: Ultratech Cement Ltd Sabarmati Operator: Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Configuration: 4 X 23 MW Location: Gujarat Configuration: 2 X 120 MW Operation: 2008-2009 Operator: Ahmedabad Electric Co Ltd Operation: 1988-1993 Fuel: lignite Configuration: 3 X 110 MW, 1 X 125 MW Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: CMEC Operation: 1979-2003 Boiler supplier: Combustion Engineering, BHEL T/G supplier: CMEC Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: BHEL EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd, Desai Boiler supplier: BHEL Quick facts: Sikka is a small coastal town in Construction T/G supplier: BHEL Jamnagar District. Two 250-MW units are under Quick facts: This CPP at Kovaya cost about Photograph courtesy of US Energy Association construction for service in 2010. Rs620cr. Posted 3 Feb 2002 Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Photograph courtesy of Desai Construction Ltd Posted 1 Nov 2008 Posted 27 Jun 2010 Surat Location: Gujarat Ukai Operator: Gujarat Industries Power Co Ltd (GIPCL) Location: Gujarat Configuration: 4 X 125 MW Operator: Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Wanakbori Operation: 1999-2010 Configuration: 2 X 120 MW, 2 X 200 MW, 1 X 210 Location: Gujarat Fuel: lignite MW Operator: Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Boiler supplier: BHEL Operation: 1976-1985 Configuration: 7 X 210 MW T/G supplier: BHEL Fuel: bituminous coal Operation: 1982-1988 Quick facts: GIPCL was formed by Gujarat Boiler supplier: Combustion Engineering, BHEL Fuel: bituminous coal Electricity Board (now Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd T/G supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: Combustion Engineering, BHEL (GUVNL)), Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Lt Quick facts: Ukai is sited on the Left Bank Canal of T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens (GSFC), Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Ltd (GACL), the Tapti River in Tapi District. Units-1 was Quick facts: This is the largest thermal power and Petrofils Co-operatives Ltd. Surat was built as extensively overhauled and returned to service in station in Gujarat. It is near Wanakbori Dam on the an IPP with its own captive mines and has a power May 2008 and a similar program is underway at bank of Mahi River in Kheda District. purchase agreement with GUVNL. Units 3&4 were Unit-2. The plant burns imported and domestic coal. dedicated on 30 May 2010 and two 250-MW units A 500-MW extension is in planning. Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Posted 2 Nov 2008 are planned. All blocks have CFB boilers. Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd Photograph courtesy of Gujarat Industries Power Co Ltd Posted 2 Nov 2008 Re-posted 2 Jun 2010 Abbreviations industcards.com/st-coal-india-guj.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 10. 06-10-2010 nuclear-india Nuclear Power Plants in India Kudankulam Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Configuration: 2 X 1,000 MW PWR Operation: 2010-2011 Reactor supplier: AEE T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila EPC: AEE, NPCIL Kaiga Quick facts: This is India’s largest nuclear power Kakrapar project and the Kudankulam units will be the largest Location: Karnataka Location: Gujarat generators in India when completed. Talks first Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd began on this $3bn project in 1988, but were Configuration: 3 X 220 MW PHWR Configuration: 2 X 220 MW PHWR suspended in 1992 following the collapse of the Operation: 2000-2007 Operation: 1993-1995 Soviet Union. Discussions were restarted and in Nov Reactor supplier: NPCIL Reactor supplier: NPCIL 2001, a general agreement was signed between T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL NPCIL and AEE for supply of two VVER-1000 units Quick facts: Unit-3 went commercial on 6 May 2007 Quick facts: Two 700-MW PHWR units are planned of the latest design. Equipment was ordered in Feb at 1800hrs. First criticality was 26 Feb 2007, less for construction at this site. 2002, and first concrete was the following month. In than 5yrs after first concrete on 30 Mar 2002. Apr 2002, AEE signed a $200mn contract with Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Silovye Mashiny for the T/G sets and the Izhora Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Re-posted 23 May 2007 Posted 8 Sep 2004 Factory of Obedinennye Mashinostroitelnye Zavody (OMZ) is under contract to supply the reactors. Russia has granted a state credit to India to cover 85% of the cost of equipment supply. Completion was originally scheduled for 2007 but has been delayed by a variety of factors. Photograph by Petr Pavlicek and courtesy of Intl Atomic Energy Agency Re-posted 17 Mar 2010 Rajasthan Location: Rajasthan Madras Narora Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Location: Tamil Nadu Location: Uttar Pradesh Configuration: 1 X 100 MW, 1 X 200 MW, 2 X 220 Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd MW PHWR Configuration: 2 X 170 MW PHWR Configuration: 2 X 220 MW PHWR Operation: 1973-2010 Operation: 1984-1986 Operation: 1991-1992 Reactor supplier: CGE, L&T, NPCIL Reactor supplier: NPCIL Reactor supplier: NPCIL T/G supplier: EE, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL Quick facts: RAPS-5 went commercial on 4 Feb Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd 2010 with UNi-6 to follow later in the year. Posted 8 Sep 2004 Posted 8 Sep 2004 Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Posted 8 Sep 2004 industcards.com/nuclear-india.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 11. 06-10-2010 nuclear-india Tarapur 3&4 Location: Maharashtra Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Tarapur 1&2 Configuration: 2 X 540 MW PHWR Location: Maharashtra Operation: 2005-2006 Operator: Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd Reactor supplier: NPCIL Configuration: 2 X 160 MW BWR T/G supplier: BHEL Operation: 1969 Quick facts: In Oct 1998, groundbreaking for the first Reactor supplier: General Electric 500-MW class PHWRs at Tarapur was held after T/G supplier: General Electric many delays. Unit-4 went critical on 6 Mar 2005 and EPC: General Electric commercial on 12 Sep 2005 and the new reactors Quick facts: A turnkey project. were dedicated to the nation in August 2007. At the time, they were the biggest generating units in the Photograph courtesy of Nuclear Power Corp of India Ltd country. In Sep 2009, the new units were reported to Posted 8 Sep 2004 be producing electricity at Rs2.70/kW. Photograph courtesy of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) Posted 13 Sep 2008 Abbreviations Updated 06/02/10 Home industcards.com/nuclear-india.htm 2/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 12. 06-10-2010 biomass-india Biomass Power Plants in India Akaltara Malavalli Location: Chhattisgarh Location: Karnataka Samalkot Mill Operator: KVK Energy & Infrastructure Ltd Operator: Malavalli Power Plant Location: Andhra Pradesh Configuration: 1 X 20 MW Configuration: 1 X 4.5 MW Operator: Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd Operation: 2005 Operation: 2001 Configuration: 1 X 9 MW Fuel: rice husk, coal Fuel: bagasse, agricultural waste Operation: 1998 Boiler supplier: ?? Boiler supplier: ?? Fuel: biomass T/G supplier: ?? T/G supplier: Triveni Boiler supplier: Thermax Quick facts: This plant is in Janjgir Champa Dist Quick facts: The project is a joint development of T/G supplier: Shin Nippon and cost Rs 46.45 crore. KVK has a 10yr power Ambience Management Services Pvt Ltd and the purchase agreement with Chhattisgarh SEB, Karnataka Renewable Energy Department. Photograph courtesy of Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd Posted 22 Jun 2007 Photograph courtesy of KVK Energy & Infrastructure Ltd Photograph courtesy of Malavalli Power Plant Posted 27 Jan 2007 Posted 25 Mar 2006 Thoothukkudi Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Ind-Barath Energies Ltd Configuration: 1 X 20 MW Satya Maharshi Operation: 2006 Location: Andhra Pradesh Fuel: biomass Operator: Velcan Energy India Ltd Boiler supplier: Walchandnagar Configuration: 1 X 7.5 MW T/G supplier: Hangzhou Operation: 2004 Quick facts: This is Indias first biomass power plant Fuel: cotton stick, rice husk with advanced steam conditions of 105 ATA/525C. Boiler supplier: ISGEC John Thompson The main fuel is Juliflora supplemented with pulse T/G supplier: Alstom, VA TECH stalk, cotton stalk, cane trash, and coconut shells EPC: Areva T&D with a requirement of about 1.50 lakh tpa. Quick facts: Electricity is sold under a 10yr contract Commercial operation was in May 2006 and the to Aptransco. The plant cost €7.5mn and was plant is running at 75% PLF. All output is sold to financed through a consortium of four Indian banks Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB) under a 15yr including Andhra Bank, Corporation Bank, Sindh PPA. The project cost Rs 71.91 crore. Ireda Ltd and Bank and State Bank of India. other banks extended a term loan of Rs 50.34 crore Photograph courtesy of Velcan Energy SA and MNRE provided an interest subsidy of Rs 1.83 Posted 17 Jun 2006 crore. The air-cooled condenser system came from China. Photograph courtesy of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy Posted 7 Nov 2009 Abbreviations industcards.com/biomass-india.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 13. 06-10-2010 ic-india Diesel and Gas-Engine Power Plants in India Arkay Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Ind-Barath Energies Ltd Bairabi Configuration: 10 X 8.7 MW 20V34SG engines, 1 X Location: Mizoram Butibori-2 8.1 MW steam set Operator: Mizoram Power & Electricity Dept Location: Maharashtra Fuel: natural gas Configuration: 4 X 5.75 MW 16V32LN engines Operator: Indo Rama Synthetics Ltd Operation: 2006 Fuel: heavy oil Configuration: 3 X 13.5 MW 16V46 engines HRSG supplier: ?? Operation: 2004 Fuel: heavy oil E/G and T/G supplier: Wartsila, Hangzhou E/G supplier: Wartsila, BHEL Operation: 1996 Quick facts: In Mar 2006, Arkay Energy EPC: BHEL E/G supplier: Wartsila (Rameswarm) Ltd, a unit of Ind-Barath Power, Quick facts: This is the largest power plant in completed this power station at Valantharavai, Mizoram. Photograph courtesy of Wartsila Posted 13 Jul 2005 Ramnad District. The plant uses gas from isolated Photograph courtesy of Mizoram Power & Electricity Dept GAIL wells in Ramanathapuram and at the Posted 10 Jun 2010 completion was the largest plant of its kind in India. Photograph courtesy of Wartsila Posted 24 Feb 2010 Haebowal Complex Location: Punjab Operator: Punjab Energy Development Agency Kasargod Configuration: 1 X 1 MW JMC320GS-BL engine Location: Kerala Dalmia Cement Fuel: biogas Operator: KSK Energy Ventures Ltd Location: Tamil Nadu Operation: 2004 Configuration: 3 X 7 MW CM32 engines Operator: Dalmia Cement E/G supplier: Jenbacher Fuel: heavy oil Configuration: 2 X 2 MW 6R32, 1 X 4 MW 12V32 EPC: Clarke Energy India Operation: 2001 engines Quick facts: This biogas cogeneration system is at E/G supplier: MAK Fuel: heavy oil the 50ac Haebowal dairy complex, one of two Quick facts: This is the first IPP in Kerala. The Rs Operation: 1983-1987 E/G supplier: Wartsila centralized facilities in Ludhiana that in total serve 70.70 crore plant has a 15yr PPA with Kerala State 1,490 dairy operations with 150,000 head of cattle. Electricity Board (KSEB). Low sulfur HFO is Photograph courtesy of Wartsila Of a total of 2,500 tpd of manure produced per day , supplied by Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL). Posted 10 Jul 2005 the biogas demonstration project processes 235t to Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy generate electricity and hot water. Entec Biogas Posted 28 Jan 2007 GmbH supplied the biogas system. Photograph courtesy of GE Energy Posted 21 Feb 2007 www.industcards.com/ic-india.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 14. 06-10-2010 ic-india Nagarpattinam Leimakhong Modipon Location: Tamil Nadu Location: Manipur Location: Uttar Pradesh Operator: MMS Steel & Power Operator: Manipur Electricity Department Operator: Modipon Fibres Co Ltd Configuration: 2 X 6 MW Configuration: 6 X 6 MW engines Configuration: 1 X 11.5 MW 16V32 engine Fuel: natural gas Fuel: heavy oil Fuel: heavy oil Operation: 2003 Operation: 2002 Operation: 1986 E/G supplier: ?? E/G supplier: Wartsila, BHEL E/G supplier: Wartsila Quick facts: This captive power plant was later EPC: BHEL, Simplex Projects Quick facts: This captive power plant has well over extended to 28 MW and cost a total of Rs 65 crore. Quick facts: The work scope for this project 100,000 running hours having been operated at Fuel is supplied by GAIL and Oil and Natural Gas included a 33/11kV switchyard. baseload for many years. Corp. Power offtakers include Gujarat Heavy Chemicals and Brakes India Ltd. Photograph courtesy of BHEL Photograph courtesy of Wartsila Posted 24 Feb 2010 Posted 22 Aug 2009 Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy Posted 28 Jan 2007 Vasavi Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: GMR Group Configuration: 4 X 50 MW 12K90MC-S engines Fuel: heavy oil Operation: 1998-1999 RVK Konkepudi E/G supplier: MAN B&W, Hyundai, ABB Location: Andhra Pradesh EPC: Hyundai E&C Operator: KSK Energy Ventures Ltd Quick facts: This is the largest power station of its Configuration: 8 X 3 MW G3616 engines kind in the world. Engine output is 70,000HP and Fuel: heavy oil each machine is is as high as a 5-story building. Operation: 2000-2001 The plant cost $235mn and went commercial on 4 E/G supplier: Cat Mar 1999, somewhat ahead of schedule. At the Quick facts: This is the first successful engine- time, CMS Energy held a 49% ownership stake, but based plant of its type in the state. Fuel is supplied the company announed in Nov 2001 that it was from local stranded gas assets and from GAIL. divesting the stake. Low sulfur fuel oil is provided Customers include India Cements and Zuari under a 15yr contract with Hindustan Petroleum Cements. Corp Ltd. Vasavi is connected to the local 110kV Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy grid and operated by Hyundai O&M staff. A Metso Posted 28 Jan 2007 Automation MAX 1000 + PLUS system is used to control and monitor the engines and BOP equipment and the plant has an innovative system that uses wastewater for engine cooling. Photograph courtesy of Elco Power Systems Posted 17 Dec 2008 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 06/10/10 Home www.industcards.com/ic-india.htm 2/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 15. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-kar-mah Coal-Fired Plants in India - Karnataka & Maharashtra Chandrapur Location: Maharashtra Operator: Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Ltd Configuration: 4 X 210 MW, 3 X 500 MW Bellary Operation: 1983-1997 Location: Karnataka Bhusawal Fuel: bituminous coal Operator: Karnataka Power Corp Ltd Location: Maharashtra Boiler supplier: ACC Vickers Babcock Ltd, Configuration: 1 X 500 MW Operator: Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Combustion Engineering, BHEL Operation: 2008 Ltd T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens Fuel: coal Configuration: 1 X 55 MW, 2 X 210 MW EPC: Development Consultants Pvt Ltd Boiler supplier: BHEL Operation: 1968-1982 Quick facts: This mine-mouth power station is 6km T/G supplier: BHEL Fuel: bituminous coal from Chandrapur Town in far western Maharashtra. EPC: BHEL Boiler supplier: Cekop, BHEL The foundation stone for the first phase was laid on Quick facts: The first 500-MW unit of BTPS cost Rs T/G supplier: Siemens, BHEL 16 Jan 1977 and Unit-1 was commissioned in Aug 2,120 crore and was commissioned on 3 Nov 2008 Quick facts: This power station is 8km from 1983, followed by Unit-2 in Jul 1984. The station at the site near Kudatini Village, 22km from Bellary. Bhusawal City and 450km from Mumbai. Unit-1 was was dedicated to the nation on 8 Oct 1984 by PM The unit zero date was 29 Dec 2003. Estimated derated to 55 MW from 62.5 MW in Apr 2007.Two Indira Gandhi. The plant is the terminus of a 400kV cost of power is Rs 2.20/kWh and annual generation more 500-MW sets are under construction for double-circuit line from NTPC’s Korba STPS and is expected by be about 3,500 GWh. The unit service in 2010/11. Cooling water is from the Tapi originally the Chandrapur station had 3 X 400kV connects to the 400kV grid at Davangere River. circuits delivering up to 1,200 MW of power to Substation. The stack is 275m tall. Fuel is from a Mumbai. ABB and BHEL subsequently built a captive block of Western Coal Fields Ltd. Photograph courtesy of Maharashtra State Power Generation Co 1,500-MW, 500kV HVDC line on the route Ltd Posted 3 Feb 2010 Chandrapur-Padghe. The 753km link was Photograph courtesy of Karnataka Power Corp Ltd commissioned in 1999 thereby allowing more Posted 8 Nov 2008 efficient utilization of Chandrapur and facilitating the development of two more 500-MW sets now in planning. Photograph courtesy of maharashtra.bsnl.co.in Posted 10 Jan 2009 Khaperkheda-I Phase 2 Khaperkheda-I Phase 2 Dahanu Location: Maharashtra Location: Maharashtra Location: Maharashtra Operator: Maharashtra State Electricity Board Operator: Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Operator: Reliance Energy Configuration: 3 X 30 MW Ltd Configuration: 2 X 250 MW Operation: 1960-1964 Configuration: 4 X 210 MW Operation: 1996 Fuel: bituminous coal Operation: 1989-2001 Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: B&W Fuel: bituminous coal, oil Boiler supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Siemens Boiler supplier: Combustion Engineering, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL Quick facts: This was one of the first-large-scale T/G supplier: BHEL EPC: Development Consultants Pvt Ltd, BHEL power plants in the state with 3 X 10 MW sets EPCr: BHEL Quick facts: These were the first 250-MW BHEL commissioned and handed over to the nation by Quick facts: The first unit of the new Khaperkhed sets in India. The 275m stack was the tallest in Indias first President Dr. Rajendra Prasad on 27 plant was commissioned on 26 Mar 1989. The plant India at completion. Two 600-MW units are in Dec 1950. The small units were scrapped in 1976. has been putting out about 6 TWH/yr. A 500-MW industcards.com/st-coal-india-kar-ma… 1/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 16. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-kar-mah pp p g y planning for the site The 30-MW units were retired in Jun 1991. unit is in construction. Photograph courtesy of Reliance Energy Photograph courtesy of Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Photograph courtesy of Maharashtra State Power Generation Co Posted 19 May 2004 Ltd Ltd Posted 3 Feb 2010 Posted 3 Feb 2010 Raichur Location: Karnataka Operator: Karnataka Power Corp Ltd Configuration: 7 X 210 MW Operation: 1985-2003 Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Ratnagiri T/G supplier: Shanghai, BHEL, Siemens Location: Karnataka Trombay EPC: TCE Consulting Engineers, Mysore Operator: JSW Energy Ltd Location: Maharashtra Construction, Gammon India Configuration: 4 X 300 MW Operator: Tata Electric Quick facts: Raichur was developed per a 1978 Operation: 2010 Configuration: 1 X 150 MW, 2 X 500 MW, 1 X 180 MOU with TCE Consulting Engineers who were Fuel: coal MW CC consultants for the first two stages. The 300ha site Boiler supplier: Shanghai Operation: 1965-1993 is on the Krishna River in Raichur Dist about 500km T/G supplier: Shanghai Fuel: coal, natural gas, oil from Bangalore. Unit-1 was completed in Mar 1985 EPC: EDAC Engineering, SEW Constructions, Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL and Unit-2 a year later. Construction of Unit-3 was Sunil HiTech Engineers T/G supplier: BHEL, GE, Siemens started in 1986 and completed in Mar 1991 while Quick facts: In Aug 2007, JSW Energy closed on Quick facts: Trombay has Indias first 500-MW Unit-4 was started in 1989 and completed in Sep Ratnagiri Phase-I in Ratnagiri district. This generating unit and the countrys first FGD system. 1994 These four units cost about Rs 13,860mn. In Rs4,500cr project will burn about 4.1mn tpy of 1996, three more units were started and these cost imported coal. Power evacuation will be via two Photograph courtesy of Tata Electric Rs 15,450mn. Unit-7 was completed in a then- 400kV lines to Koyna and two more to Karad. Posted 23 Mar 2002 record 25mos at the end of 2002. An eighth 250- MOEF clearance was received in Nov 2007. MW set is under construction and two 500-MW units are planned. About 7mn tpy of coal is delivered Photograph courtesy of JSW Energy Ltd Posted 3 Apr 2010 from Singareni Collieries, Western Coalfields Ltd. and Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd and station output is about 10 TWh/yr, up to 40% of the state’s electricity requirement. Unit-4 was financed by Japan’s ODA. Photograph courtesy of Gammon India Ltd Posted 15 Nov 2008 Wardha Warora Location: Maharashtra Operator: KSK Energy Ventures Pvt Ltd Configuration: 4 X 135 MW Operation: 2010-2011 Fuel: lignite Boiler supplier: Dongfang T/G supplier: Dongfang, Harbin EPC: Sichuan Electric Power Designing & Consulting Co Ltd Quick facts: In May 2007, KSK closed on the first phase of its Wardha Warora project in Chandrapur district. The foundation stone was laid shortly thereafter. Steel maker Viraj Profiles has a 25yr PPA for the entire 270 MW for captive use. KSK has a coal supply agreement with the Gujarat Mining Development Corp, which will supply coal from a captive coal block in Chhattisgarh. The Rs 2,416cr plant began commissioning in Q1 2010. Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy Ventures Pvt Ltd industcards.com/st-coal-india-kar-ma… 2/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 17. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india Coal-Fired Plants in India - other states Badarpur Bokaro Dadri (NCTPP) Location: Delhi Location: Jharkhand Location: Delhi Operator: NTPC Ltd Operator: Damodar Valley Corp Operator: National Thermal Power Corp Ltd Configuration: 3 X 100 MW, 2 X 210 MW Configuration: 4 X 45 MW, 3 X 210 MW Configuration: 4 X 210 MW Operation: 1973-1981 Operation: 1953-1993 Operation: 1991-1994 Fuel: hard coal Fuel: hard coal Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: CE, Babcock Power, BHEL Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL, DDIT T/G supplier: AEG, GE, MAN, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 12 May 2004 Hirakud Smelter Location: Orissa Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Operator: Hindalco Industries Ltd Location: Rajasthan Configuration: 1 X 67.5 MW, 3 X 100 MW Kahalgaon Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Ltd Operation: 1994-2008 Location: Bihar Configuration: 2 X 300 MW Fuel: coal Operator: NTPC Ltd Operation: 2008 Boiler supplier: ISGEC John Thompson, Configuration: 4 X 210 MW, 3 X 500 MW Fuel: coal ThyssenKrupp Industries India Operation: 1992-2008 Boiler supplier: Shanghai T/G supplier: BHEL Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: Dongfang Quick facts: The Hirakud smelter and power Boiler supplier: Podoloski, BHEL EPC: Reliance, Petron Engineering complex is located in Sambalpur Dist on the banks T/G supplier: LMZ, Electorsila, BHEL Quick facts: In July 2002, the state government of the world’s longest earthen dam, the 25.8km Quick facts: Kahalgaon is on the Ganga River and approved two 250-MW coal-fired units as Hirakud Dam spanning the Mahanadi river. The uses coal from the Rajmahal fields of Easten Yamunanagar Phase-II. The plant, part of the 10th Hirakud smelter, set up by Indal in 1959, was the Coalfields Ltd. Electricity is sent out to Bihar, Plan, was subsequently named Deenbandhu Chhotu country’s second aluminium smelter operating on Jharkhand, Orissa, Sikkim, and West Bengal. Unit- Ram. A 660-MW supercritical unit is in planning for power sourced from the hydro power station of the 5 was synchronized on 31 Mar 2007 and went the site. Hirakud Dam. In 1993, Indal built India’s first CFB commercial on 1 Aug 2008. captive power plant. Three more steam sets were Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Petron Engineering Construction Ltd added starting about 10yrs later, each supplied by Posted 9 Aug 2008 Posted 21 Mar 2010 three CFB boilers. Photograph courtesy of Power Posted 11 Nov 2009 www.industcards.com/st-coal-india.htm 1/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 18. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india Rajiv Gandhi Location: Rajasthan Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Ltd Configuration: 2 X 600 MW Operation: 2010 Fuel: coal Singrauli Boiler supplier: Shanghai Location: Uttar Pradesh T/G supplier: Shanghai Rihand 1&2 Operator: NTPC Ltd EPC: Reliance, Utility Energytech and Engineers Location: Uttar Pradesh Configuration: 5 X 210 MW, 2 X 500 MW Pvt Ltd, Petron Engineering Operator: NTPC Ltd Operation: 1982-1987 Quick facts: In Jan 2007, Haryana Power Configuration: 2 X 500 MW Fuel: hard coal Generation issued an LOI to Reliance Energy for Operation: 1988-1989 Boiler supplier: CE, BHEL EPC work on the Rajiv Gandhi TPP in Hisar District. Fuel: hard coal T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens The following month the BTG order for two 600-MW Boiler supplier: ICL Quick facts: The approved investment for Singrauli units was placed. The Rs3,800cr plant has fuel T/G supplier: GEC was Rs 1190.69 crore. The site is on Rihand linkage with Mahanadi coal field. The first unit was Quick facts: Two more 500-MW sets were added in Reservoir in Sonebhadra Dist. Some funding was synchronized in Nov 2009 and went commercial on 2005. from IDA and KfW. 5 Apr 2010 thereby becoming the largest single Photograph courtesy of Ministry of Power Photograph courtesy of Gammon Power Ltd generating unit in India. Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Posted 12 May 2004 Posted 15 Nov 2008 Nigam Ltd built two double-circuit 400kV lines and 400kV substations at Kirori and Fatehabad to evacuate power from the new plant. The line to Fatehabad was charged in January 2010. Photograph courtesy of Petron Engineering Construction Ltd Posted 21 Mar 2010 Tau Devi Lal 7&8 Unchahar Vindhyachal Location: Haryana Location: Uttar Pradesh Location: Madhya Pradesh Operator: Haryana Power Generation Corp Operator: NTPC Ltd Operator: NTPC Ltd Configuration: 2 X 250 MW Configuration: 4 X 210 MW Configuration: 6 X 210 MW, 4 X 500 MW Operation: 2004-2005 Operation: 1988-1999 Operation: 1987-2007 Fuel: coal Fuel: coal Fuel: bituminous coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: Taganrog, BHEL T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Siemens, BHEL T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila, BHEL Quick facts: This plant is also known as Panipat. Quick facts: A fifth 210-MW unit is under EPC: TPE, Electrosila, BHEL Units 7&8 were commissioned within 34 months of construction for service in 2006 as Unchahar Stage Quick facts: This is the largest power plant in India. the contract award, a new record for India. III. Photograph courtesy of Sarkaritel.com Photograph courtesy of BHEL Photograph courtesy of BHEL Posted 30 Jun 2007 Posted 3 Aug 2005 Posted 26 Feb 2005 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 04/07/10 www.industcards.com/st-coal-india.htm 2/3Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 19. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-rajasthan Coal-Fired Plants in India - Rajasthan Chhabra Location: Rajasthan Jallipa Kapurdi Operator: Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Location: Rajasthan Beawar Works Ltd Operator: JSW Energy Ltd Location: Rajasthan Configuration: 2 X 250 MW Configuration: 8 X 135 MW Operator: Shree Cement Ltd Operation: 2009-2010 Operation: 2009-2011 Configuration: 2 X 18 MW Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: Dongfang Operation: 2003 Boiler supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Dongfang Fuel: lignite, pet coke T/G supplier: BHEL EPC: Dongfang Boiler supplier: Thermax EPC: BHEL, Tata Projects, Punj Lloyd Quick facts: In Nov 2009, the first 135-MW unit was T/G supplier: Shin Nippon, TD Power Systems Quick facts: In Jul 2005, the state government commissioned at the Raj West power station in EPC: Development Consultants Ltd, SBP Projects cleared the Chhabra power project on a 1,100ac site Barmer district. A total of eight identical sets are & Consultancy, Thermax at Chowki and Motipura villages, Baran district. The being installed on an EPC basis by Dongfang. Quick facts: This captive power plant with CFB first unit went online in Sep 2009 using fuel from These have CFB boilers firing imported coal with boilers was built in 17mos. coal fields in Korba. In Sep 2008, BHEL was provision for use of local lignite. Raj West is a unit of awarded a Rs990cr order for two more 250 MW sets JSW Energy. Photograph courtesy of Shree Cement Ltd at the plant and these are expected online in late Posted 22 Jul 2007 2011. Two 660-MW sets will complete the site in Photograph courtesy of JSW Energy Ltd Posted 3 Apr 2010 2015 or so. Photograph by Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd Posted 23 Jun 2010 Kota Mundra Phase I Location: Rajasthan Location: Rajasthan Operator: Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Operator: Adani Power Ltd Ltd Configuration: 2 X 330 MW Configuration: 2 X 110 MW, 3 X 210 MW, 2 X 195 Operation: 2010 Suratgarh MW Fuel: bituminous coal Location: Rajasthan Operation: 1983-2009 Boiler supplier: Babcock & Wilcox Beijing Operator: Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Fuel: coal T/G supplier: Beijing Beizhong Ltd Boiler supplier: Combustion Engineering, BHEL EPC: Sichuan Machinery & Equipment Import and Configuration: 5 X 250 MW T/G supplier: BHEL Export, Sichuan Fortune Project Management, Era Operation: 1998-2003 EPC: BHEL, Tata Projects Constructions, Petron Engineering Fuel: coal Quick facts: In Apr 1973, the Central Electricity Quick facts: In Jun 2006, APL awarded equipment Boiler supplier: BHEL Authority prepared a Project Report for the first two and EPC contracts for the 660-MW Phase-I of the T/G supplier: BHEL sets at Kota. The project was cleared in Sep 1976 Mundra power project (2 X 330 MW). The EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd, BHEL and budgeted at Rs143cr. The 250ha site is on the Rs19,106cr Mundra thermal power station in Kutch Quick facts: Cooling water is supplied via a 1.2km left bank of the Chambal River, upstream from the district is divided into four phases. In Phase-II, the channel from the Indira Gandhi Canal. Unit-2 Kota Barrage which forms a reservoir used for plant company will commission two more 330-MW units synchronized in 20.5 months, then an all-India cooling. The plant is connected to the grid via a while Phase-III (2 X 660 MW) and Phase-IV (3 X 660 record. 220kV substation. On 4 Sep 2004, Unit-6 was MW) consist of supercritical coal-fired sets. Photograph courtesy of BHEL commissioned in a then-record time of 2yrs and 19 Financial close for Phase-I was in Sep 2006. Unit-1 Posted 31 Dec 2005 days. was synchronized in May 2009 and full-load was achieved in Aug 2009. Commercial operation is industcards.com/st-coal-india-raj.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 20. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-rajasthan Photograph by Sunil Singhal (Panoramio) expected in early 2010 with the second unit to follow Re-posted 16 Jun 2010 in 2-3mos. Fichtner India is owner’s engineer. Photograph courtesy of Petron Engineering Construction Ltd Posted 21 Mar 2010 VS Lignite Location: Rajasthan Operator: KSK Energy Ventures Pvt Ltd Configuration: 1 X 135 MW Operation: 2010 Fuel: lignite Boiler supplier: Wuhan T/G supplier: Dongfang EPC: Shandong No 1 Electric Power Construction Engineering Co Quick facts: This CFB unit in Gurha village, Bikaner district went commercial on 31 Mar 2010. Lignite is supplied from the Gurha (East) lignite block at Kolayat, Bikaner, and was linked to the project in Jul 2005. VSLP has a 30yr mining lease agreement with the state government and a long-term transmission agreement with Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd. Photograph courtesy of KSK Energy Ventures Pvt Ltd Posted 24 Apr 2010 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 06/23/10 Home industcards.com/st-coal-india-raj.htm 2/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 21. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-tn Coal-Fired Plants in Tamil Nadu Ennore Location: Tamil Nadu Neyveli I Alathiyur Operator: Tamil Nadu Electricity Board Location: Tamil Nadu Location: Tamil Nadu Configuration: 2 X 60 MW, 3 X 110 MW Operator: Neyveli Lignite Corp Ltd Operator: Madras Cements Operation: 1970-1975 Configuration: 6 X 50 MW, 2 X 100 MW Configuration: 2 X 18 MW Fuel: bituminous coal Operation: 1962-1970 Operation: 2005 Boiler supplier: Brno, BHEL Fuel: lignite Fuel: coal T/G supplier: BHEL, Skoda Boiler supplier: Taganrog Boiler supplier: Thermax Quick facts: Coal for Ennore is supplied by Coal T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila T/G supplier: TD Power Systems India from fields in Orissa and West Bengal. From Quick facts: Neyveli operates the largest opencast EPC: Thermax Ennore Port, the material is transported by rail to lignite mines in India with annual production of about Ouick facts: CFB boilers. Constructed in 16 the power station. Unit-5 was overhauled by Skoda 24mn tons. The Neyveli plants were the first months. in 2002. The 1,000-MW Vallur power project is being minemouth power stations in India. Photograph courtesy of Thermax built nearby as a JV of NTPC and TNEB. Posted 12 Oct 2005 Photograph courtesy of Neyveli Lignite Corp Ltd Photograph courtesy of Tamil Nadu Electricity Board Posted 11 Jul 2007 Posted 23 Jul 2008 Neyveli-II Location: Tamil Nadu Operator: Neyveli Lignite Corp Ltd Configuration: 7 X 210 MW Operation: 1986-1993 Fuel: lignite Boiler supplier: Ganz-Danubius, EVT, BHEL T/G supplier: Tosi, Marelli, BHEL EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd Quick facts: These were the first tower-type, single- pass boilers in India. Power is sold to Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Pondicherry UT. Photograph courtesy of Neyveli Lignite Corp Ltd Re-posted 11 Jul 2007 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 02/14/10 Home industcards.com/st-coal-india-tn.htm 1/1Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 22. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-wb Coal-Fired Plants in West Bengal Bakreswar Location: West Bengal Durgapur Phase-II Operator: West Bengal Power Development Corp Budge Budge Location: Orissa Ltd Location: West Bengal Operator: NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd Configuration: 5 X 210 MW Operator: CESC Ltd Configuration: 2 X 60 MW Operation: 1999-2007 Configuration: 3 X 250 MW Operation: 1987-1988 Fuel: coal Operation: 1997-2009 Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: Rafako T/G supplier: Fuji, BHEL Boiler supplier: BPL, BHEL T/G supplier: Zamech, Dolmel EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd, BHEL, T/G supplier: Parsons, BHEL Quick facts: This is the second phase of a captive Itochu, Larsen & Toubro EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd, BHEL, power plant at Durgapur Steel Works. Operations Ouick facts: Bakreswar TPS is 260km from Kolkata Power Max India, Bridge & Roof Co (India) Ltd were taken over by NTPC-SAIL power in March and 12km from Suri, Birbhum Dist. Unit-1 was Quick facts: This plant is in Achipur, part of Budge 2001. commissioned in 37 months and 17 days, ahead of Budge municipality in South 24 Parganas District. schedule. Expansion with a 600-MW unit is Photograph courtesy of NTPC-SAIL Power Co (P) Ltd planned. Photograph courtesy of CESC Posted 14 Feb 2010 Posted 3 Nov 2009 Photograph courtesy of West Bengal Power Development Corp Ltd Posted 3 Nov 2009 Sagardighi Kolaghat Santaldih Location: West Bengal Location: West Bengal Location: West Bengal Operator: West Bengal Power Development Corp Operator: West Bengal Power Development Corp Operator: West Bengal Power Development Corp Ltd Ltd Ltd Configuration: 2 X 300 MW Configuration: 6 X 210 MW Configuration: 4 X 120 MW, 1 X 250 MW Operation: 2008 Operation: 1984-1993 Operation: 1974-2009 Fuel: coal Fuel: coal Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: Dongfang Boiler supplier: BHEL, Combustion Engineering, Boiler supplier: BPL, ACC Vickers Babcock T/G supplier: Dongfang ACC Vickers Babcock T/G supplier: GEC, BHEL EPC: Northwest Electric Power Design Institute, T/G supplier: BHEL, Siemens EPC: BHEL Fourth Engineering Corp of Northwest Power EPC: Development Consultants Private Ltd Ouick facts: Located on the right bank of Damodar Construction Ouick facts: Kolaghat TPS is near Mecheda, East River, Santaldih TPS is in Purulia Distr. Unit-5 was Ouick facts: This 1,600ac site is on the western Midnapore Dist, and is the largest state-owned built turnkey by BHEL with Mcnally Bharat bank of the Hooghly_River in Murshidabad Dist. The power station in WB. The plant has retrofit extending the coal handling plant. In Mar 2007, project cost Rs 2,750 crore. Several 500-MW units ammonia-based flue gas conditioning systems. another 250-MW set was ordered from BHEL. are to be added. Photograph courtesy of West Bengal Power Development Corp Photograph courtesy of West Bengal Power Development Corp Ltd Photograph courtesy of West Bengal Power Development Corp Ltd Posted 3 Nov 2009 Ltd Posted 3 Nov 2009 Posted 3 Nov 2009 industcards.com/st-coal-india-wb.htm 1/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com
  • 23. 06-10-2010 st-coal-india-wb Southern-B Titagarh Location: West Bengal Location: West Bengal Operator: CESC Ltd Operator: CESC Ltd Configuration: 2 X 67.5 MW Configuration: 4 X 60 MW Operation: 1990 Operation: 1983-1985 Fuel: coal Fuel: coal Boiler supplier: BHEL Boiler supplier: ACC Vickers Babcock T/G supplier: BHEL T/G supplier: Parsons Photograph by Rajenda (SkyscraperCity) Photograph by pratik (panoramio) Posted 3 Nov 2009 Posted 3 Nov 2009 Abbreviations Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base Updated 02/14/10 Home industcards.com/st-coal-india-wb.htm 2/2Compiled by Project Sales Corp, importers and marketers of Birkosit Turbine Sealing Compound in India http://india.birkosit.com