NMDC – Nagarnar Steel and Pig Iron Plant – Chhattisgarh - Project Profile
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The National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd (NMDC) is undertaking the construction of a steel and pig iron plant project in Chhattisgarh, India.
The project involves the construction of a steel plant with a capacity of three million tonnes per annum (MTPA) and a pig iron plant with a capacity of 0.8MTPA.
The project includes the construction of a reservoir and water treatment plant, intake well, blast furnace, warehouses, a steel melting shop, thin slab casters and inline hot strip mill.
The project also includes the construction of 139km slurry pipeline at Nagarnar steel plant. It will carry iron ore from Bailadila mines to the proposed three million tonnes per annum steel plant at Nagarnar and the construction of 52km railway line.
The project will use HI-smelt technology and will be developed in nine main technological packages, in which a separate contract is awarded for every package.
Mecon Ltd has been appointed to provide design, engineering and consultancy services for the project.
In March 2011, NMDC signed a contract with the consortium comprising Siemens VAI, SVAI India, and NCC Ltd to provide EPC services for sinter plant complex. The cost of this package is estimated at US$150 million.
In April 2011, the joint venture of Tata Projects Ltd (TPL) and Danieli Corus appointed as the design and supply contractor for blast furnace of the project.
In September 2011, NMDC signed a contract with Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) for raw material handling system (RMHS) Package.
In September 2011, Bhilai Engineering Corporation was appointed as engineering; procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for entire coke oven package.
Prasad and Company (Project Works Ltd) appointed to undertake proof checking of designs and drawings for civil and structural work for raw materials handling plant (RMHS) of the project.
In May 2012, L&T Construction was appointed as contractor for electrical, instrumentation and automation works on 4506 blast furnace of the project.
In February 2013, NMDC invited expression of interest (EoI) from steel firms to become a joint venture partner for the project and received a response from only two firms SAIL and RINL.
In April 2013, NMDC planned to invite fresh EoI from steel firms to become a joint venture partner and 30% work on the project has been completed.
In October 2014, BHEL secured supply contract and the scope of the contract covers design, engineering, supply, erection, and commissioning of power distribution system on the proposed project.
In December 2014, NMDC announced plans to set up a 139km slurry pipeline at Nagarnar steel plant in Chhattisgarh.
On January 23, 2015, NMDC awarded the water system package of the plant; L&T Construction was awarded the reservoir construction contract and a consortium of Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd and Koya and Company Construction Ltd were awarded the construction contract of Intake Well.
ALSTOM has been appointed as Coal Grinding System supply contractor, Shriram EPC Ltd as installation sub-contractor and McNally Bharat Engineering Company Ltd. as sub contract for design, manufacture and commissioning of raw material handling system and Ircon International Limited as a contractor for a railway line. Prasad & Company was appointed as RMHS design consultant.
In June 2016, the project secured environmental clearance for captive iron ore mine from environment ministry panel.
The Chhattisgarh government and NMDC have signed a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a slurry pipeline from Bailadila to Nagarnar.
In September 2016, NMDC has invested US$179.85 million on the project.
Construction activities are underway and scheduled to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2017 with trial
runs in December 2017.
The project involves the construction of a steel plant with a capacity of three million tonnes per annum (MTPA) and a pig iron plant with a capacity of 0.8MTPA at Nagarnar, Bastar district, Chhattisgarh, India.
The US$2,197 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an In-line Hot Strip Mill
2. Construction of a 0.8 MTPA pig iron plant
3. Construction of a 139km slurry pipeline
4. Construction of a 52km railway line
5. Construction of warehouses
6. Installations of machines
7. Construction of a steel melting shop
8. Construction of thin slab casters
9. Construction of blast furnace
10. Construction of reservoir and water treatment plant
11. Construction of an intake well
12. Construction of other infrastructure-related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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