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H&WB – Jose Panganiban Coal-Fired Power Plant 700 MW – Camarines Norte - Project Profile

H&WB – Jose Panganiban Coal-Fired Power Plant 700 MW – Camarines Norte - Project Profile

Synopsis

"H&WB – Jose Panganiban Coal-Fired Power Plant 700 MW – Camarines Norte - 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

H&WB Asia Pacific (Pte Ltd) Corporation (H&WB) is planning to construct the Jose Panganiban Coal-Fired Power Plant project in Camarines Norte, the Philippines.

The project involves the construction of a 700MW coal-fired power plant comprising two 350MW units on 88ha of land.

The project includes the construction of powerhouse, substation, water cooling units, access roads, the installation of turbines, generators, transformers and the laying of transmission lines.

In March 2015, the project has been listed by the Department of Energy (DOE) as one of the indicated power projects for Luzon.

The project will be developed with Supercritical Pulverized Coal Boiler (PCB) technology. Design specifications include wet limestone Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) for sulfur removal and with low NOx burners and, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) units to reduce NOx emissions. Supercritical boilers attain emission limits, which are environmentally compliant and cost-effective.

On December 9, 2016, SEPCOIII Electric Power Construction Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Power Construction Corporation of China (PowerChina) signed joint development agreement (JDA) with H&WB for the development.

The JDA has secured a controlling stake and EPC contract for SEPCOIII, according to which the company will take part in the project development work including negotiations for power supply agreement, electricity sales agreement as well as long-term coal supply agreement. However, the agreement was later terminated.

Market impact studies and simulations, and System Impact Study Report as of April 27, 2016, conducted by H&WB with National Grid Corporation Of The Philippines (NGCP) have confirmed the Project’s feasibility and land acquisition work has been completed on the project.

As of July 2017, the System Impact Study is underway and H&WB is in process of obtaining ECC and regulatory approvals from the DoE. Additionally, H&WB is in discussions with unnamed potential co-developers to select one among them as the project development and construction partner.

The first unit is scheduled to complete in 2021 and the second unit in 2025.

Scope

The project involves the construction of a 700MW coal-fired power plant comprising two 350MW units on 88ha of land in the region of Bicol, Luzon, Camarines Norte, the Philippines.

The US$1,480 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of a powerhouse

2. Construction of a substation

3. Construction of water cooling towers

4. Installation of generators

5. Installation of transformers

6. Installation of turbines

7. Laying of transmission lines

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1.Key Statistics
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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