COMPANY INTRODUCTIONGSEG (Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd.) is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)formed by GSPC (Gujarat ...
The additional power to be generated will be bought by GUVNL pursuant to a 20 year      procurement contract effective fro...
ABOUT GSEGPowering Gujarat      GSEG (Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd.) is engaged in gas based generation of      ele...
GSEGS STRENGTHS•    One of the most efficient producers in Gujarat offering reliability and flexibility•    Application of...
GT8C2 gas turbines with generators, a steam turbine with generator and heat recovery steamgenerators as well as the overal...
 Plan Project Schedule                     •   OPEN CYCLE(GT1) in 17 months                     •   OPEN CYCLE(GT2) in 18...
 ManagementSr.      Name of Director                  Office AddressNo1     Shri S. Jagadeesan, IAS,          Principal S...
 Parteners & Affiliations•   Long term Gas Supply Agreement (GSA) with GSPC-Niko•   Long term Power Purchase Agreement (P...
 Clients      As of now, GSEG CCPP Operations are catering solely to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam      Limited (erstwhile GEB...
And optimising the value of our diverse portfolio of generating plants and gas assets.   GSEG manages the electrical utili...
months from the date of notice to proceed. The expected cost of project is          around Rs 1150 Crs which is to be fina...
 Protecting Nature:   The CCPP Plant generates power on Natural Gas, an environment-friendly fuel with a   provision to u...
THE CONTRACT LABOUR (REGULATION & ABOLITION) ACT, 1970Introduction:    Object of the Act                To regulate the e...
Failure of the contractor to comply with the conditions or contravention of Act or the   Rules. (Sec. 14) Welfare measure...
 Muster Roll, Wages Register, Deduction Register and Overtime Register by   Contractor   Every contractor shall:   Mainta...
 PenaltiesSec.             Offence             PunishmentSec. 22          Obstructions        For obstructing the inspect...
 General Information of the company:       Total Number of Workers:               Employees : 85               Officers ...
 Licensing           Labor dept, Government of Gujarat issued the License for the           organization.           The A...
WELFARE FACILITY FOR CONTRACT LABORIntroduction:      Welfare facility includes different types of facilities provided to ...
 Welfare Facilities for contract labor at GSEG are described below:      For washing place and water GSEG provides Wash r...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Gseg project

613

Published on

Published in: Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
613
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
12
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Gseg project

  1. 1. COMPANY INTRODUCTIONGSEG (Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd.) is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)formed by GSPC (Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation) to generate power in Gujaratby harnessing the eco-friendly and economical natural gas.GSEG is part of the GSPC Groups overall strategy of establishing a presence in boththe upstream and downstream segments of the energy value chain.The company is committed to using innovative, advanced and reliable technology forproducing gas-based power.GSEG was set up in 1998 as a power generation company. GSEG owns and operatesa gas based power plant in Hazira that was commissioned in 2002.The plant was set up to provide electricity for the Gujarat state grid, with allelectricity currently produced at the plant sold to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited(GUVNL), a Government of Gujarat owned electricity company.GSEG is in the process of extending the capacity of its Hazira plant. It has enteredinto a gas purchase contract with us to provide the gas required for the expandedplant, effective for 20 years from commissioning, with the gas to be bought atmutually agreed prices. 1
  2. 2. The additional power to be generated will be bought by GUVNL pursuant to a 20 year procurement contract effective from commissioning. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW GEB is the main contributor to the power supply for the State. Torrent Power AEC, being a licensee caters to power needs of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar Torrent Power SEC distributes power to Surat and surrounding areas IPPs like Torrent Power AEC, GIPCL, GTEC, GSEC, ESSAR and Central Sector [ NTPC and NPC ] also are contributing Demand supply projections The power requirements of Gujarat are met primarily by GEB, a statutory body, constituted under the Electricity ( supply ) Act, 1948. Per capita consumption of power in the state, currently at 786 KWh [ higher than national avg., of 345 kWh ] Installed capacity GEB 4474MW IPPs Torrent Power AEC 490 GIPCL Gas based, Baroda 305 Essar Power Ltd.,Hazira 300 GPEC, Bharuch 655 GSEC- Gandhinagar 210 GSEC-Wanakbori 210 GSEG, Hazira 156 GIPCL, Mangrol 250 Total 2576 MW CENT SECTOR ( Gujarat Share ) 1532 MW TOTAL 8582 MW 2
  3. 3. ABOUT GSEGPowering Gujarat GSEG (Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd.) is engaged in gas based generation of electricity, using innovative and dependable technology, in Gujarat. A Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) of GSPC for generating power using advanced, eco-friendly technology, GSEG fits in well with the GSPC Groups overall scheme of energy business. GSEG is committed to deliver true value in efficiency, economy and sustainable development activities in Gujarat. It presently operates a 156.1 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant near Hazira, Surat, which is being further expanded in the first phase by ~350 MW.Highlight GSEG achieved commercial operation of this Combined Cycle thermal power plant, within a record time of 22 months, starting June 1st, 2000. The first phase expansion by ~350 MW is already underway and is likely to be operational sometime in 2011. MISSION Recognizing the need for safe, affordable, secure source of energy in Gujarat, the primary mission of GSEG is to meet demand with a fuel source that is clean, reliable, efficient and safe. GSEG is also committed to become a strong strategic partner in the emerging integrative vision of the GSPC Group, resulting in more energy, economy and efficiency to individuals and enterprises, and a higher quality of life to everyone. True to the spirit of the Groups Safety, Health & Environment Policy and practices, GSEG is committed, responsible and environment conscious in its design, project planning, building, operating and enhancing the power generation facility business, by proactively meeting the applicable environmental laws, regulations and stipulations, and encouraging the development and use of efficient, clean and cost-effective energy technologies. 3
  4. 4. GSEGS STRENGTHS• One of the most efficient producers in Gujarat offering reliability and flexibility• Application of Modern and Efficient Technologies - like CCPP and state-of-the-art controls for plant management• Committed to environment friendly operations• Excellent domain expertise guaranteeing efficient and economic operation• Regular modernization to continuously increase energy yields and environmental performance GSEG continues to explore synergies with the other companies of GSPC Group - synergiesbetween gas and electricity with intelligent application of fuel management strategies andinformation technology. HISTORY  Diversifying into power GSPC Group decided to move into power generation as a part of its corporatediversification plan and embarked on a short gestation power project based on the use ofnatural gas from its gas fields. The Hazira area of Gujarat was chosen as the site for its firstcombined cycle power plant. To implement the project, GSPC promoted a separate companynamed Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd (GSEG). GSEG, in turn, selected Alstom as contractor for the project through internationalcompetitive bidding. Alstom supplied the plant on a turnkey basis. Its scope included two 4
  5. 5. GT8C2 gas turbines with generators, a steam turbine with generator and heat recovery steamgenerators as well as the overall power plant control system. The contract also included civilworks, balance-of-plant and buildings. GSEG employed Desein Consulting Engineers ofDelhi as advisors and to supervise the turnkey contractors compliance with the plantspecification. GSEG selected Evonik Energy Services (India) Private Ltd erstwhile Steag Encotec asO&M contractor for the project. The power purchase agreement for the project was signedwith GUVNL (erstwhile GEB).  Project Development Highlights Germination Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (GSPC), engaged in Oil & Gas E & P, decided to diversify into downstream activities for value addition in the energy business and thus, GSEG was incorporated in December 1998. Contractual Structure of the Hazira project  Abbreviations: GSPC = Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd.; GSEG = Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd;  GUVNL = Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited; INAP = Alstom Power India; CIF = Cost insurance, freight; Alstom Power Switzerland 5
  6. 6.  Plan Project Schedule • OPEN CYCLE(GT1) in 17 months • OPEN CYCLE(GT2) in 18 months • COMBINED CYCLE in 20.6 months from the Notice to Proceed (NTP) to the EPC contract Plan for a 156.1 MW, two 52MW Gas Turbine (GT8C2), one 52.1 MW Steam Turbine and two Heat Recovery SteamGenerator - Combined Cycle Power generation project takes shape.  Actualisation Association with other state sector companies and central sector PSUs like KRIBHCO & GAIL Alstom Power India awarded with EPC for the plant The plants made available both as modularised, pre-engineered packages (for this low-gestation project) Development for a 156.1 MW, two 52 MW Gas Turbine (GT8C2), one 52.1 MW Steam Turbine and two Heat Recovery Steam Generator-Combined Cycle Power generation project begins at Surat Put in place - electrical equipment, instrumentation and control system, and other necessary plant equipment as well as the HV switchyard 30th Sept, 2001. Successful initial test firing and synchronizing of the first Gas Turbine. 1st Dec, 2001. Plant operational in open cycle mode "The Plant in Combined Cycle mode (156.1 MW) is commercially operational since 1st June 2002. 6
  7. 7.  ManagementSr. Name of Director Office AddressNo1 Shri S. Jagadeesan, IAS, Principal Secretary, Energy & Petrochemicals Department Chairman Block No. 5, 5th Floor, New Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar.2. Shri D J Pandian, IAS Managing Director, Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Director Limited, GSPC Bhavan, B/h Udhyog Bhavan, Sector-11, Gandhinagar-3820113. Shri I P Gautam, IAS, Municipal Commissioner, Sardar Patel Municipal Bhavan, Director Raikhad, Ahmedabad 3800014. Shri L Chuaungo, IAS Managing Director, Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited, Director Sardar Patel Vidyut Bhavan, Race Course Circle, Alkapuri, Vadodara5. Shri N Srivastava Addl. Secretary (Budget), Finance Department, Block No. 4, Director 9th Floor, New Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar6. Shri Chandrapal Singh Chairman, Krishak Bharati Co-operative Ltd., A-10, Sector- Director 1, Noida-2013017. Shri B. D. Sinha Managing Director, Krishak Bharati Co-operative Ltd., A- Director 10, Sector-1, Noida-2013018. Shri I N Bansal Operations Director, Krishak Bharti Co-operative Limited, Director P.O. Kribhconagar, Surat 3945159. Shri Santosh Kumar Director (Projects), GAIL (I) Limited, 16, Bhikaji Cama Director Place, R K Puram, Delhi 11006610. Shri R Kamra (Alternate Director (Finance), Krishak Bharti Co-operative Limited, A- Director to Shri B D Sinha) 10, Sector 1, Noida 20130111. Shri A N Bhatt (Alternate General Manager (Prod.), KRIBHCO, P.O Kribhconagar, Director to Shri I N Bansal) Surat 39451512. Shri R.K.Dhami (Alternate Vice Chairman- Krishak Bharati Co-operative Ltd., A-10, Director to Shri C P Singh) Sector-1, Noida-201301 7
  8. 8.  Parteners & Affiliations• Long term Gas Supply Agreement (GSA) with GSPC-Niko• Long term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with GUVNL (erstwhile GEB)• Alstom as Erection-Procurement-Construction (EPC) Turnkey Contractor for 156.1 MW CCPP• BHEL as Erection-Procurement-Construction (EPC) Turnkey Contractor for 350 MW CCPP expansion project• Evonik Energy Services (India) Private Ltd for Operations and Maintenance (O & M) of the CCPP Generation Plant• GIDC for land and water arrangements.Equity Holders: GSPC, GUVNL (erstwhile GEB), GIPCL, GPCL, GIIC, KRIBHCO, GAIL  MD’s Desk The Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd. is deployed to develop high efficiency power generation facilities in the state, with the most advanced and clean technologies available in the world today. GSEG is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) for generating power incorporating the most advanced, eco-friendly science in Gujarat. Through this company, GSPC Group reiterates its focus on becoming a highly integrated energy company, occupying every link in the energy value chain. The Combined Cycle Power Plant produces power from natural gas provided by GSPC, the E & P company, through GSPL pipelines, the gas transportation company, and also houses the earth station of GIPL, the communications affiliate. The plant has been built with a vision to fuel new power production by supplying natural gas, which produces more energy at competitive costs for domestic and industrial sectors. 8
  9. 9.  Clients As of now, GSEG CCPP Operations are catering solely to Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (erstwhile GEB).  Contact UsCompanys Name Address Phone FaxGujarat State GSEG Limited 079- 079-Energy Generation FF Shed Nos. A/78/3-8, GIDC 23288210/23288250 23288048Ltd. (GSEG) Electronic Estate, Near Patni Computers (iGATE), Sector 25, Gandhinagar 382016, Gujarat, India Regd. Office 91-79-23236372 23238648 Block No.15, 3rd floor, Udyog Bhavan, Sector No.11, Gandhinagar 382010. Project Office : 91-261-2861777 2861779 Village Mora, Post Bhatha, 91-261-2861778 Surat Hazira Road, Surat. Website: gujenergy@gujaratpetro.com PLANS & PROJECTS GSEG is repositioning GSPC Groups edge in creating better value in the core gas/ energy business chain through a strong, focused and successful electric utility business in Gujarat. GSPC Groups integrated business model combines the physical ownership and control of power generation and natural gas assets with energy and fuel management. Helping the Group in effectively managing the energy business risks, which include demand, technologies, fuel prices, logistics and competencies. 9
  10. 10. And optimising the value of our diverse portfolio of generating plants and gas assets. GSEG manages the electrical utility with Advanced power generation and management practices, and improve the efficiency of power supply to Gujarat Electricity Board Operations at least-cost Full compliance with the health, safety and environmental regulations of Gujarat Excellent working conditions to optimise the skills and potential of the staff and managers involved GSEG has demonstrated that it has the competencies and resources to occupy andexcel in the power generation chain, including design, development, construction andoperations. Soon the chain will be complete with the companys plans to expand capacityto larger projects and to enter distribution in Gujarat. Future plans: 350 MW Expansion Plan:  In order to fill the gap of power demand and supply in Gujarat, the Company has decided to embark upon expansion plan of 1000 MW to be set up in three stages of 350 MW each at its existing site situated at Village Mora, Taluka: Choryasi, Surat.  The Company has acquired all the clearance for the expansion like MOEF, GPCB, water tie up and land availability etc. It already has 28 hactares of land which can accommodate 350 MW expansions and recently it has acquired 40,000 Sq. Mtr of land adjacent to the existing plant so that in future the capacity may be further added beyond 350 MW.  For first phase, it floated EPC tender in Nov, 2006 and within 10 months time it has not only evaluated the tenders submitted by various bidders but has issued LOI to the successful bidder which is BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd.). BHEL will supply the project on EPC basis and would use GE technology in gas turbine of 9 FA machine. The unit of 350 MW will comprise of one Gas turbine, one HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator) and one steam turbine. BHEL is committed to complete the project in 27 10
  11. 11. months from the date of notice to proceed. The expected cost of project is around Rs 1150 Crs which is to be financed from debt and equity.  After implementation of this 350 MW, the total installed capacity of the Company would go up from 156 MW to 506 MW.  Existing: 2x52 MW Gas Turbine +1x52 MW Steam Turbine =156 MW  Expansion: One GT+ One HRSG+ One ST = 350 MW The power generated by the Company would be free from pollution. The company is committed to green environment. It will develop green belt in the plant area itself to promote greenery as per MOEF’s guidelines.  All the power generated by the expansion shall be sold to GUVNL, which will supply power to various distribution companies of Gujarat meeting the requirements of industries and people. Natural Gas to power  GSEG is in the business of building new power generation plants to meet the energy challenges in Gujarat, with the most advanced and clean technologies available in the world today.  Its first and foremost demonstrable success is the natural gas powered Combined Cycle Power Plant at Mora (Surat), Gujarat, with an installed capacity of 156 MW, supplied by Alstom and managed by Steag Encotec, both world leaders in advanced power technologies. The Plant was designed, developed and led by highly qualified management and engineering personnel from all facets of the electric power industry under the auspices of GSEG Achievements: In the present scenario, where almost all Power Projects are facing difficulties and hardly any new capacities are added to the system, GSEG has created a record of its own by synchronizing the First Gas Turbine in record time of 17 months and the Second Gas Turbine in 18 months from zero date of EPC contract. Adding true value to energy needs of Gujarat, through efficiency, economy and environment friendly operations. 11
  12. 12.  Protecting Nature: The CCPP Plant generates power on Natural Gas, an environment-friendly fuel with a provision to use liquid fuels in emergencies. The plant has been built with a vision to fuel new power production by natural gas, which produces more energy at competitive costs and also is proven to be benign to the environment. GSEG has created this engineering cornerstone for energy in Gujarat, using leading-edge technology and today, operates the power project in the safest, most environmentally conscious manner. Meeting the twin goals of efficiency and emission reduction. 12
  13. 13. THE CONTRACT LABOUR (REGULATION & ABOLITION) ACT, 1970Introduction:  Object of the Act To regulate the employment of contract labor in certain establishments and to provide for its abolition in certain circumstances and for matters connected therewith.  Applicability Every establishment in which 20 or more workmen are employed or were employed on any day of the preceding 12 months as contract labor. Every contractor who employs or who employed on any day of the preceding twelve months 20 or more workmen.  Registration of Establishment Principal employer employing 20 or more workers through the contractor or the contractor(s) on deposit of required fee in Form 1  Prohibition of Employment of Contract Labour Only by the appropriate Government through issue of notification after consultation with the Board (and not Courts) can order the prohibition of employment of contract labor.  Revocation of Registration When obtained by Misrepresentation or suppression of material facts etc. after opportunity to the principal Employer.  Licensing of Contractor Engaging 20 or more than 20 workers and on deposit of required fee in Form IV. Valid for specified period.Sec.12, Rule 21  Revocation or Suspension & Amendment of Licences When obtained by misrepresentation or suppression of material facts. 13
  14. 14. Failure of the contractor to comply with the conditions or contravention of Act or the Rules. (Sec. 14) Welfare measures to be taken by the Contractor Contract labor either one hundred or more employed by a contractor for one or more canteens shall be provided and maintained. First Aid facilities. Number of rest-rooms as required under the Act. Drinking water, latrines and washing facilities. (Sec. 16 & 17) Laws, Agreement or standing orders inconsistent with the Act-Not Permissible Unless the privileges in the contract between the parties or more favorable than the prescribed in the Act, such contract will be invalid and the workers will continue to get more favorable benefits. Liability of Principal Employer To ensure provision for canteen, restrooms, sufficient supply of drinking water, latrines and urinals, washing facilities. Principal employer entitled to recover from the contractor for providing such amenities or to make deductions from amount payable. Sec. 20 Registers of Contractors Principal employer  To maintain a register of contractor in respect of every establishment in Form XII. Contractor (Rule 74)  To maintain register of workers for each registered establishment in Form XIII.  To issue an employment card to each worker in Form XIV.  To issue service certificate to every workman on his termination in Form XV. Rules 75, 76 and 77 14
  15. 15.  Muster Roll, Wages Register, Deduction Register and Overtime Register by Contractor Every contractor shall: Maintain Muster Roll and a Register of Wages in Form XVI and Form XVII respectively when combined. Register or wage-cum-Muster Roll in Form XVII where the wage period is a fortnight or less. Maintain a Register of Deductions for damage or loss, Register or Fines and Register of Avances in Form XX, from XXI and Form XXII respectively. Maintain a Register of Overtime in Form XXIII. To issue wage slips in Form XIX, to the workmen at least a day prior to the disbursement of wages. Obtain the signature or thumb impression of the worker concerned against the entries relating to him on the Register of wages or Muster Roll-Cum-Wages Register. When covered by Payment of Wages Act, register and records to be maintained under the rules Muster Roll, Register of wages, Register of Deductions, Register of Overtime, Register of Fines, Register of Advances, Wage slip. (Rule 79) To display an abstract of the act and Rules in English and Hindi and in the language spoken by the Majority of workers in such forms as may be approved by appropriate authority. (Rule 80) To display notices showing rates of wages, hours of work, wage period, dates of payment, names and addresses of the inspector and to send copy to the inspector and any change forwithwith. (Rule 81) 15
  16. 16.  PenaltiesSec. Offence PunishmentSec. 22 Obstructions For obstructing the inspector or failing to produce registers etc.- 3 months’ imprisonment or fine upto Rs.500, or both.Sec.23 Violation For violation of the provisions of Act or the Rules, imprisonment of 3 Months or fine upto Rs.1000. On continuing contravention, additional fine upto Rs.100 per day 16
  17. 17.  General Information of the company:  Total Number of Workers: Employees : 85 Officers : 50 Female : Nil Children : Nil  Rate of Turnover is average 3% per annum  Rate of absenteeism is Nil. The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970 at GSEG is described below:  The name of contractor for GSEG is STEAG India Pvt. Ltd., Geaman subsidiary.  GSEG provides all types welfare amenities for contract labour.They are mentioned below: Drinking Water First aid Facilities Rest rooms Canteen Latrines & Urinals Lockers  The Contract Labour Act applies to every establishment in which 20 or more workmen are employed. There are 85 numbers of employees employed as contractor’s workmen in this company.  Nature of workman employed in organization: Skilled : 35 Semi-skilled : Nil Un-skilled manual : Nil Supervisory : Nil Technical : 35 Clerical :Nil  The company is registered under the labor department of Gujarat Government. 17
  18. 18.  Licensing Labor dept, Government of Gujarat issued the License for the organization. The Amount of fees paid to the licensing Authority by the company is Rs. 100/Llabor/year. The location of the establishment in the license is Village Mora, Hazira. The Continuous Process is followed by the company. The Operations done by the company:  Generation of Electronic Power from Natural Gas. The license is valid for One year. The fee for Renewal of license is Rs. 30 for each renewal. There is not any contravention of provisions regarding employment of contract labor up till now in the organization. Labor Inspector comes to inspect the registers & records etc in the organization 18
  19. 19. WELFARE FACILITY FOR CONTRACT LABORIntroduction: Welfare facility includes different types of facilities provided to the employees in organization: o Washing facilities o Facilities for Storing & Drying clothing o Facilities for Sitting o First-aid appliances o Canteens o Shelters, rest rooms and lunch rooms o Creches o Welfare Officers 19
  20. 20.  Welfare Facilities for contract labor at GSEG are described below: For washing place and water GSEG provides Wash room facility in each plant for workers or officers and there is no separate facility for male & female workers. GSEG provides facility of over coat to the technicians to keep clothing not worn during working hours and for drying wet clothes. GSEG provides common sitting in workshop area for workers who work in a standing position. GSEG provides First-Aid box & cupboard facility for any emergency situation to workers. They also provide ambulance facility & the company has also the contract with surat hospital. GSEG provides canteen facility to their workers & canteen is run by the contractor & for maintenance, utensil bid is done by them. GSEG provide shelters, rest rooms and lunch room facility to their workers. At GSEG Welfare officer is looking after welfare facilities. Safety facilities for the employees at GSEG: o Helmet. o Hand Gloves. o Emeregency Alarm system:  GSEG provides the facility of alarm system. When any emergency situation occurs in the company due to fire or any other reason, the alarm gives signal to the employees to reach to the certain point. 20

×