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TATA – Kalinganagar Integrated Steel Plant – Odisha - Project Profile

TATA – Kalinganagar Integrated Steel Plant – Odisha - Project Profile

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"TATA – Kalinganagar Integrated Steel Plant – Odisha - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary

Tata Steel Limited (TSL) is undertaking the construction of an integrated steel plant at Kalinganagar in Odisha, India.

The project involves the construction of 8MTPA integrated steel plant on 1,404ha of land and being implemented in two phases.

First phase includes the construction of a three million tonnes per annum (MTPA) steel plant, 4.1MTPA steel melting shop, a blast furnace with a capacity of 3.3MTPA of hot metal, 3.5MTPA Hot Strip Mill 4.91MTPA sinter plant, one million tonne Steel Service Centre and coke oven; while in the second phase capacity will be increased to 8MTPA.

It includes the construction of intake well, two covered sheds near Duburi to store the plant and machineries required for the construction of steel plant safely and systematically.

The steel structures required for construction of different shops like steel melting shop, blast furnace will be fabricated at the Fabrication Yard at Jodabar.

It also includes the construction of captive Power plant inside the Kalinganagar plant area fuelled by the by-product gases generated by the steel making process and another captive coal based power plant at Naraj Marthapur.

It also includes the construction of new Duburi GSSII substation to connect Odisha Grid via 220kV transmission line, 25km captive rail connection in mines and a 20km rail connection for plant connectivity to the nearest serving rail stations - Baghuapal and Jakhapura and acess roads.

On November 17, 2004, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Government of Odisha and TSL for development of steel plant at Kalinganagar.

On August 28, 2005, TSL signed Memorandum of Understanding with Nippon Steel Corporation for providing technical assistance.

In 2006, Siemens VAI was appointed to supply the equipment for blast furnace of 4300m3 along with its associated facilities or auxiliaries, which would produce 3.2 million tonnes of hot metal per year.

In January 2007, SMS Demag was appointed to supply the equipment for complete steel making facilities, including two LD converters, two strand continuous slab caster to cast 2,000mm wide slabs with secondary refining.

In July 2007, Larsen and Toubro Limited (L&T) was appointed as the contractor for supply and installation of blast furnace with a capacity of 3.2MTPA which will have a useful furnace volume of 4300m3.

The scope of the contract also covers detail engineering, supply, erection and commissioning of mechanical, electrical, Instrumentation systems along with site services comprising of civil, structural and sheeting works.

In 2007, Jamshedpur Utilities & Services Company Limited was appointed as the contractor for civil works of Intake well and Pump House.

In 2008, construction works were expected to initiate, however it was delayed to 2010 due to resistance from the anti-displacement people belonging to the affected villages.

In 2010, the initiation of construction works was again delayed.

In June 2011, Larsen and Toubro Limited was appointed as the contractor for the coke oven plant. The scope of contract includes construction the entire Coke Oven and By-product plant.

Larsen and Toubro Limited has been appointed as the contractor for engineering and supply of balance of plant.

As a result of delays, the entire development cost was escalated to about US$6,680 million from its initial quotes of US$2,400 million in 2004.

On August 6, 2011, XGSIC, IPPR, KOCH were appointed to supply 6 sets of stamp charging machine and CGT car.

In September 2012, preliminary construction works on the project were initiated after local villagers withdrew protest.

In November 2015, construction works on the hot strip mill and coke oven of the first phase was completed.

In May 2016, construction works on the first phase of the project was completed and commenced production.

Planning activities on the second phase are underway and construction work expected to be completed in 2022.

Scope

MThe project involves the construction of 8MTPA integrated steel plant on 1,404ha of land at Kalinganagar in Jajpur district of coastal Odisha, India.

The US$8,000 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of 3MTPA steel plant in first Phase

2. Construction of 5TMPA steel plant in second phase

3. Construction of 4.1MTPA steel melting shop

4. Construction of intake well

5. Construction of 3.3MTPA of hot metal blast furnace

6. Construction of 4.91MTPA sinter plant

7. Construction of 3.5MTPA Hot Strip Mill

8. Construction of two covered sheds

9. Construction of Fabrication Yard at Jodabar

10. Construction of captive Power plant

11. Construction of new Duburi GSSII substation

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2.Key Dates
3.Sector
4.Operating metrics
5.Tender Information
6.Scope
7.Description
8.Latest update
9.Background
10.Key Contacts
11.General News, Project News
12.Appendix

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