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IMPHAL JIRIBAM ROAD NH53 218 KM
Road Transport and Highways
The road from Badarpur to Imphal of length 291.20 Km is the life line of Manipur which runs through Assam and Manipur. The portion from Badarpur to Jiribam of length 73.28 Km was developed to National Highway double lane specification by BRO and handed over to State PWD Assam. The balance portion of road Imphal – Jiribam of length 217.92 Km is with BRO and has been divided into two major portions (i) Imphal - Barak: 141.78 Km and (ii) Barak - Jiribam: 76.14 Km. The road stretch from Imphal – Barak was an existing double lane road, however, over a period of time, the condition of road has deteriorated and is susceptible to frequent damages due to the movement of overloaded trucks. The road stretch from Barak–Jiribam is an existing single lane road and is being developed to National Highway double lane specification. Out of 76.14 Km of road, 70.14 Km formation works has been completed and for the remaining 6 Km, work is in progress. The work/construction started from 02.06.2009. The scheduled completion was March, 2016 and the anticipated completion is March, 2018. Stretch wise (7) revised DPRs for Rs.104.67 Cr submitted to MoRT&H for sanction. 4 revised DPRs for Rs. 53.24 Cr has been sanctioned and remaining 3 RDPRs for Rs. 51.43 Cr are pending. A sum of Rs. 3.94 Cr has been paid to State Govt. on account of compensation of land for approximate 57.9655 ha for various stretches of Imphal – Jiribam road, but land has not yet been handed over to BRO. Estimate for utility shifting is awaited from state govt. It was discussed in a meeting held on 2nd Nov 2015, that this road will be taken over by State PWD, Manipur by Sep 2016. However, road has not been taken over by PWD, Manipur or National Highway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited. The raw material for road maintenance is not readily available, due to non-allotment of approved quarries by state govt. of Manipur. Bailey suspension bridge at Barak was damaged thrice due to carriage of excess load on the bridge. The work is also hampered by insurgency area, frequent bandhs, constructional activities by NF Railways and other agencies.
TRANSMISSION SYSTEM ASSOCIATED WITH KISHENGANGA HEP
Brief: The project is to implement transmission evacuation system associated with Kishanganga Hydro Electric Project (3x110 MW) being developed in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Under the scheme, two transmission lines is being implemented. (i) 220 KV D/C Kishanganga-Amargarh line & (ii) 220 KV D/C Amargarh-Wagoora line. The first transmission line i.e. Kishanganga-Amargarh line need to be completed early to match with the commissioning of 1st unit of Kishenganga HEP. The sanction cost of project is 269 cr. The date of approval of January, 2015 and the scheduled commissioning of unit-I is July, 2017 and unit-II is March, 2018. The ROW/physical possession of land required for the project is at 398 locations (150 locations for unit-I and 248 locations for unit-II). Ministry of Power/Powergrid has already deposited Rs. 8.74 cr. towards land compensation. Forest clearance for the project has been accorded in March, 2017. All the packages under the transmission system have been awarded. Physical progress for unit-I is 35% and for unit-II is 17%. The financial progress is 40%. Completion of above transmission project is affected due to severe Right of Way (RoW) constraints arising out of delay in finalization of compensation for land, frequent local disturbances, unrest, arson and insurgency activities. The priority transmission line i.e. 220 kV D/c Kishanganga - Amargarh line is targeted for commissioning by Nov, 2017 provided ROW constraints are resolved and continuous support is extended by the State Govt.
Ghaghara Bridge to Varanasi
Road Transport and Highways
4-laning of Ghaghara Bridge to Varanasi section from km 240.340 to km 299.350
Varanasi Bypass (Varanasi Ring Road)
Road Transport and Highways
Construction of 4-lane Varanasi Bypass (Varanasi Ring Road) connecting NH-29 and NH-56 (Phase-I) on EPC Mode.
1200 MW (2X600 MW) Phase-1, Anuppur Thermal Power Project of MB Power (Madhya Pradesh) Limited
2x600 MW (Phase-1) Anuppur Thermal Power Project has been setup by MB Power (Madhya Pradesh) Limited. Both units achieved Commercial Operation. #Long Term PPAs for sale of around 70% power already signed with States of MP & UP. #FSA with SECL signed for 1200 MW capacity. #Open access for evacuation and transmission of power secured from CTU. #Water Agreement signed with the host state Govt. for meeting the water requirement of the Project.
OGPTL - Odisha Generation Phase II Transmission Limited
Various IPPs, expected to be commissioned in Odisha, had applied for grant of connectivity and LTOA/LTA. Seven IPPs were considered under phase I and transmission system for the same under implementation under HCTPC I scheme. Further following 5 projects were considered under Phase II generation projects in Odisha 1. Sterlite Energy Ltd (Ph I project) (LTA of 1000 MW under Ph II) 2400 MW 2. GMR Kamalanga Energy Ltd(Ph II) 350 MW 3. OPGC 1350 MW 4. Darlipalli(NTPC) 1600 MW 5. NSL Nagapatnam Power & Infratech 1320 MW and following transmission system has been finalized for evacuation of power from above mentioned generation projects (i) Immediate evacuation system for Ph II generation projects in Odisha • Sterlite TPP to Jharsuguda 400 kV D/C line • GMR to Angul 400 kV D/C line • OPGC to Jharsuguda 400 kV D/C line • Darlipalli to Jharsuguda 400 kV D/C line • NSL Nagapatnam to Angul 400 kV D/C line (ii) Common transmission system associated with Ph II generation projects in Odisha • Angul to Jharsuguda – Dharamjaygarh 765 kV D/C line(2nd) • Jharsuguda to Raipur pool 765 kV D/C line • LILO of Rourkela to Raigarh 400 kV D/C line(2nd) at Jharsuguda • Addition of 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV ICT at Jharsuguda • Addition of 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV ICT at Angul • Split bus arrangement at 400 kV and 765 kV bus in both Angul and Jharsuguda (iii) Out of the above transmission system, following scope of works is to be implemented through Tariff Based Competitive Bidding route is as follows Scope of transmission project 1. Jharsuguda to Raipur pool 765 kV D/C line 2. OPGC to Jharsuguda 400 kV D/C line
Western Region Strengthening Scheme V, Transmission System for Connectivity of Essar Power Gujarat Limited and Transmission System associated with Solapur STPP (2x660MW) Part A.
(i)WRSS-V: LILO of Lonikhand (MSEB) - Kalwa (MSEB) 400 kV S/C line at Navi Mumbai (16 Ckm) Sch. Completion : Sept., 2010 (Rev:Dec’16), Ant. Completion : Sept, 2017 (ii)System for connectivity of Essar Power 400 KV D/C Essar Bachau Line (452 Ckm) Sch. Completion Oct., 2013 (Rev:Mar’16), Act. Completion March, 2017 (iii)Transmission System to evacuate power from Solapur STPP towards Solapur (PG) for onward transmission to Southern Region.Sch. Completion : March, 2017, Ant. Completion : May, 2017
Transmission System associated with Gadarwara STPS (2x800 MW) – Part-B.
POWERGRID Parli Transmission Limited (PPTL), a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. [a CPSU under M/o Power] has been incorporated on acquisition through Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) process to act as Transmission Service Provider (TSP) with a purpose to establish Transmission System for evacuation of power from Gadarwara STPS (2x800 MW) of NTPC (Part-B) and to dispatch to the beneficiaries State viz. MP, Maharashtra, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Goa, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli. Under the scheme, PPTL is to implement following i)Warora (Pooling Station) – Parli (New) 765 kV D/c line [349 Km] ii)Parli (New) - Solapur 765 kV D/c line [118 Km] iii)Parli (New) – Parli (PG) 400 kV D/c (Quad) line [18 Km] & iv)Establishment of 2x1500 MVA, 765/400 kV Parli (New) S/Stn. The above Transmission System is scheduled to be completed by January, 2018.
Transmission System Associated with Gadarwara STPS (2x800 MW) of NTPC (Part-A)
POWERGRID Warora Transmission Limited (PWTL), a 100% wholly owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. [a CPSU under M/o Power] has been incorporated on acquisition through Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) process to act as Transmission Service Provider (TSP) with a purpose to establish Transmission System for evacuation of power from Gadarwara STPS (2x800 MW) of NTPC (Part A) and to dispatch to the beneficiaries States viz. Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chattisgarh, Gujarat, Goa, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli. Under the scheme, PWTL is to implement following i) Gadarwara STPS Jabalpur Pool 765kv D/c line [102 Km] ii) Gadarwara STPS Warora 765 kV D/c line [319 Km] iii) LILO of both circuits of Wardha Parli (PG) 400 kV D/c (Quad) line at Warora Pooling Station [93 Km] iv) Establishment of 2x1500 MVA 765/400 kV (New Pooling Station within the jurisdiction/boundary of Warora) The above Transmission System is scheduled to be completed by November, 2017.
Kharsang Oil Field
Petroleum and Natural Gas
Kharsang Oil Filed located at District Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh has commenced commercial production of oil nearly 33 years back (1983) under the aegis of Oil India Limited. The field was awarded by the Government of India to a Consortium of Oil India Limited (40%), Jubilant Energy (Kharsang) Private Limited (25%), Geopetrol International Inc. (25%) and GeoEnpro Petroleum Limited (10%) in the year 1995 under a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) for a period of 25 years effective from June 16, 1995 i.e. up to June 15, 2020. GeoEnpro was designated as the Operator of the Kharsang Oil Field. Kharsang Oil Field is currently producing crude oil, around 1,000 BOPD.
Rengali Irrigation Project
Rengali irrigation project comprising of left bank and right bank.
Technical Ammonium Nitrate
Chemicals and Fertilizers - Fertilizers
Proposed Project is located at Paradip, Odisha. The Project comprises of following process plants and related facilities 1. Weak Nitric acid (WNA) plant having capacity 900 TPD. 2. Ammonium nitrate solution (ANS) plant having capacity 1140 TPD. 3. Low Density Ammonium nitrate plant (LDAN) with capacity of 1000 TPD. 4. Balance ANS 140 TPD will be sell in domestic market. 5. Required off sites and utilities facilities for above process plants will be part of the project
Talcher Super Thermal Power Project Stage-I
Coal based thermal power station at District Angul , Odisha
New Broad Gauge railway line between Chandigarh (Chandi Mandir, Haryana) and Baddi
The project will provide vital railway connectivity in the industrial hub of Himachal Pradesh. The length of the project is 28 km and half of the project cost is being shared by Govt of HP.
OPGC Expansion project at Ib Thermal, Jharsuguda
2 x 660 MW expansion project (Units 3 & 4) at Ib Thermal Power Station, Banharpali, Jharsuguda.
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