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Daily Asia Power Energy, Septyember 21, 2008 - Pakistan's private thermal power development
"Pakistan's private thermal power development"
The impact of the terrorist bombing of the Marriott Hotel@is shocking for us. Newly appointed a new president of Pakistan is expected, but Pakistan, also coming to the new era of unrest?
Power supply remains strictly in the nation and has continued to limit supply. The former president, he led the development of large-scale dams, and to respond to public discontent, even though it will be after a dozen years until the supply of power. It could not absorb complaints. Today's article, backing to reality, the progress of the power supply system developed by the private sector is explained to the public.
The new Cabinet Minister for Water and Power Raja Parvez Ashraf, instead a dozen years in order describes the development of large-scale dams, rather than short-term outlook until 2010, told the public. Originally, the private sector-funded thermal power plant, also in Pakistan comes first in Asia. "Asia's peregrine falcon", comes at the beginning of the Prime Minister Bhutto attended the groundbreaking ceremony of the Hub is fired.
Dealing with the private equity Board of Private Power and Infrastructure Board (PPIB) plan, are reported in detail. On the whole, it is summarized that the year 2009 a new 2,380 MW, 2010 in the year to 1,100 MW into the system. Specifically, in 2009, 575MW, 3 and two oil-fired 429MW, 2 gas-fired two more 205MW to be introduced in 2010, it said. In the medium term, 12.4 billion dollars in 2016 to 13,335 MW by the investment in efforts to develop screening during the project is 51 projects.
Summary exposed to it in Pakistan. Sorry a little old data. Pakistan's land area is 796,100 sq km, population about 142 million total, about 93 billion U.S. dollars GDP (2002). By the end of 2002 upon the business of power generation capacity of power generation facilities, 13,363 MW (68.4%), IPP is 6,183 MW (31.6%) with a total installed capacity of 19,546 MW (100%) .
September 21, 2008
080921A Pakistan, Daily Times
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080921B Philippines, Manila Bulletin
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080921C India, Economic Times
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Nepal's hydropower development challenge outback (080919)
Cambodia's hydropower development@study (080918)
India's power transmission corporation division (080915)
Kosi River in India and Nepal's problems (080914)
Thailand natural gas power obsessed(080913)
India's coal red light (080912)
India, Tata, 10,000 MW development (080911)
Indonesia's crude oil production decline (080910)
India's power reform and pool@market (080909)
Vietnam's power crisis continues (080908)
Indonesia's second Crash Program (080907)
China and India race to capture the uranium (080906)
India's gas to Warring Period (080905)
India's hydropower development delay (080904)
Myanmar's hydro and natural gas (080903)
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India and Nepal river management (080901)
India's natural gas production (080831)
China and Vietnam in Laos (080830)
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