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PROJECTS FOR USAID ASSISTANCE (ONGOING NEW) FOR 2012-2017

October 2012

CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION PAGE

WATER AND POWER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT ........................................................................................ 4 ONGOING AND NEW PROJECTS PROPOSED FOR USAID ASSISTANCE .................................................. 5 GOMAL ZAM DAM PROJECT...................................................................................................................... 7 SATPARA DAM PROJECT ........................................................................................................................ 10 REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF UNITS 1, 3 & 4 OF TARBELA DAM ........................................................ 12 NEW PROJECTS FOR US ASSISTANCE .................................................................................................. 14 DIAMER BASHA DAM PROJECT .............................................................................................................. 16 KURRAM TANGI DAM MULTIPURPOSE PROJECT ................................................................................... 21 DARAWAT DAM PROJECT ....................................................................................................................... 23 NAI GAJ DAM PROJECT........................................................................................................................... 25 NAULONG DAM PROJECT ....................................................................................................................... 26 GARUK DAM PROJECT ............................................................................................................................ 27 PELAR DAM PROJECT............................................................................................................................. 28 ALLAI KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT ................................................................................................ 30 DUBER KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT ............................................................................................. 32 KHAN KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT ................................................................................................ 34 REPAIR & MAINTENANCE OF TARBELA POWER STATION ..................................................................... 37 UP-GRADATION AND REFURBISHMENT OF GENERATING UNITS OF MANGLA POWER STATION ........ 39 UP-GRADATION, REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION OF WARSAK HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION .................................................................................................................................................. 40 APPOINTMENT OF GENERAL CONSULTANTS ........................................................................................ 41 TRAINING & CAPACITY BUILDING US$ 21 Million .................................................................................. 42 TREATMENT OF EFFLUENT WATER OF RBOD ....................................................................................... 43 SUMMARY OF USAID FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMITTED ................................................................. 44 SUMMARY OF USAID FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REQUESTED................................................................. 44 JOINT WAPDA USAID TASK FORCE ON THE PROJECTS ........................................................................ 45 EXISTING INSTALLED GENERATION CAPACITY ..................................................................................... 46 EXISTING INSTALLED GENERATION CAPACITY ..................................................................................... 46 PEAK DEMAND PROJECTIONS (WHOLE COUNTRY) 20092030 ............................................................. 47

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VISION
Pakistans Vision about Development of Water Resources is the optimum utilization of Water Resources for irrigation and generation of Energy for sustainable Economic Growth

GOALS
Development of projects in water sector for irrigation, flood control, water supply and drainage. Development of projects in power sector for generation, transmission and distribution of power. Prevention of Water-logging, salinity and reclamation of Waterlogged and saline land. Flood Mitigation. Conservation of Water High Efficiency Micro Irrigation Water Techniques. Inland Waterways Navigation Transfer of technology through expertise in Water & Power sectors. Full Cost Recovery. Subsidies reduction

PRIORITIES
Establishment of Large Reservoirs - Request for USAID
Diamer-Basha Dam Kurram Tangi (6.4 MAF Live Storage, 4500 MW Power, 19 Billion Units) (0.90 MAF Live Storage, 83.4 MW Power)

Ongoing Hydel Power Projects under USAID


Gomal Zam Project Waran Canal (Under Gomal Zam) Satpara Dam Upgradation & Rehabilitation of Tarbela Power Units US$ 80 Million (US$ 55.589 M released so far) US$ 12 Million US$ 26 Million (US$ 21.485 M released so far) US$ 16.5 M (US$ 10.210 M released so far)

Proposed/New Hydel Power Projects Provision of US$ 54 Million would add 417 MW of cheap Hydropower to National Grid.
Allai Khwar Hydropower Project Duber Khwar Hydropower Project Khan Khwar Hydropower Project Jinnah Hydropower Project Upgradation of Mangla Power House Rehabilitation of Warsak Hydel Project Munda Dam (1.3 MAF) (121 MW) US$ 26 M to complete the project (130 MW) US$ 20 M to complete the project (72 MW) US$ 4 M to complete the project (96 MW) US$ 4 M to complete the project

Increase Water Efficiency


Introduction of high level micro irrigation techniques (Drip & Sprinkle Irrigation System) Treatment of Effluent Water of RBOD Canal Lining Establishment of underground water reservoirs

Technical Assistance
Appointment of services of General Consultants Capacity building of WAPDA staff by strengthening and upgradation of training institutes of WAPDA (Staff College, Engineering Academy). Training of WAPDA officers/staff in USA & Pakistan through exchange programme Remote Sensing to assess the Hydrology, Glacial Melt under Global Warming.

WATER AND POWER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT


Irrigated agriculture is the backbone of Pakistan's economy. The agriculture sector is the major user of water and its consumption will continue to dominate the water requirements. Direct rainfall contributes less than 15 percent of the water supplied to the crops. The major user of water for irrigation is the Indus Basin Irrigation System. About 105 Million Acres Feet (MAF) out of 155 MAF of surface water is being diverted annually for irrigation while around 48 MAF is pumped from ground. Pakistan has a total of 197 million acres (MA) area out of which 73 MA is cultivable. The cultivated area (Irrigated & Barani) is 52 MA, whereas 48 MA is irrigated. With large cultivable land base of 73 MA of which only 27 MA is canal commanded, Pakistan still has the potential of bringing about 20 MA of rain fed land under irrigation. With increased population, Pakistan is fast heading towards a situation of serious water crises. Per capita surface water availability was 5,260 cubic meters in 1951 when population was 34 million, which has reduced to 1,038 cubic meter in 2010 when the estimated population is 172 million. Due to excessive sediment inflows in the river water, all the three storages (Tarbela, Mangla, Chashma) are rapidly losing their capacities. By the year 2025, these storages would lose 37% (6.27 MAF) of their capacity which virtually means loss of one mega storage project. An annual average of over 32 MAF water escapes below Kotri varying from 0.3 to 92 MAF. However this surplus water is available for about 70-100 days of summers only. To save and utilize available water, construction of additional storage facilities is essential for sustainable irrigated agriculture which supports about 70% of the population of Pakistan. At present the installed power generation capacity is 20,982 MW. However, the dependable capacity is 19,421 MW out of which 6,516 is being produced through Hydropower, 3,580 by Government (GENCOs), 9637 by Independent Private Power Producers (IPPs) and Private Rental. Gap in demand and supply which rose to 5,000 MW in summer depicts acute power crises. The demand of power is currently about 20,000 MW which will rise to 36,000 MW in the year 2015. In order to bridge the energy gap the new hydropower projects are of vital importance. At present the hydel/thermal mix is 32:68% whereas it should be the other way round. Though induction of thermal generation initially helped in overcoming load shedding, it resulted in substantial increase in power tariff. Therefore, a sizeable injection of cheaper hydropower through multipurpose storages is the only viable option to keep the cost of electricity within affordable limits. It is an economically unsustainable fact that the total water storages capacity in the country is only 15 MAF representing 13% of the total annual flows of 136 MAF. To address this problem the Government of Pakistan (GoP) is developing feasibility and detailed engineering studies for nearly 20 MAF of water storage and 25,000 MW of hydel power. To facilitate the process of economic development and to ensure greater economic and social stabilization in Pakistan, it is imperative that employment creation and poverty reduction issues are addressed on priority. Additional water storages and power generation would form the basis of this strategy during the next decade. In the next few years: (i) Construction of large dams including Diamer-Basha during 2011 (ii) Construction of Medium/Small Water Storage Dams (iii) Construction of Canals (iv) Construction of Transmission Lines for dispersal of Power from Hydropower Project to Load Centres of National Grid would be priority issues. These projects would create additional water storages, generate cheap indigenously developed electricity and prevent flood damages. All these measures would also ensure food security, employment generation and above all poverty alleviation. Due to financial constraints, WAPDA has received only Rs. 9.5 billion out of its allocation of Rs. 27.5 billion under the PSDP for the year 2009-10 which indicates that the ongoing projects would be delayed, resulting in cost overrun and denying the desired benefits. The financial constraints continued in FY 2010-11 and 201112 when PSDP was reduced from Rs.15.365 Billion to Rs.9.693 Billion and Rs.20.115 Billion out of which 11.977 Billion has been released so far. In view of this financial constraint, WAPDA has made efforts in generating financial resources during the current year for its projects which are of critical national importance. USAID has signed agreement with WAPDA Repair and Maintenance of Units 1,3 &4 of Tarbela Power House US$ 16.5 million in year 2010. Besides it also signed Gomal Zam (Power & Irrigation Portion) and Satpara Dam (Power Portion) on 7.1.2011 & 5.10.2011 for providing US$ 80 million and US$ 26 million respectively. USAID has released US$ 50.089 million for Gomal Zam Dam, US$ 21.485 Million for Satpara Dam Project and US$ 10.210 Million for Repair & Maintenance of Units 1,3 & 4 of Tarbela Dam Project. The assistance from USAID came at the most appropriate time helping WAPDA to complete these projects. In addition WAPDA has proposed Diamer Basha Dam, Kurram Tangi Dam, Upgradation of Mangla and Warsak Power Stations and Training and Capacity Building as new projects for the assistance from USAID.

ONGOING AND NEW PROJECTS PROPOSED FOR USAID ASSISTANCE


(US$ in Millions Rs in Billions) S# Name of Project Total Cost PSDP Allocation for 2012-13 (Rs) PSDP Releases so far (Rs) Request for USAID Funds during 2011-12 & 2012-13/ Released so far

A. Under Implementation (2010-11) Gomal Zam Dam (South Waziristan) Agreements signed on 7.1.2011 (US$ 40 M) for Dam Portion, 5.10.2011 (US$ 1 40 M) for Irrigation Portion and 30.7.2012 (US$ 12 M) for Waran Canal System Satpara Dam (Gilgit-Baltistan) 2 Agreements signed on 7.1.2011 (US$ 26 M) Repair and Maintenance of Units 1, 3 & 4 Of Tarbela Dam 3 Agreements signed in May 2010 (US$ 16.5 M)

$ 150 Rs 12.8

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$ 92.0 Rs 8.0 US$ 55.089 M Released $ Rs US$ 21.485 M Released $ Rs US$ 11.250 M Released $ 92 Rs 8.0 $ 200 Rs 17.0 $2 Rs 0.17 $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ Rs $ 8.5 Rs0.77 $2 Rs 0.17 $2 Rs 0.17 $ Rs $ Rs $ 218 Rs 18.6 $ 298 Rs 25.4

$ 52 Rs 4.4 $ 320 Rs 27.2

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TOTAL (A) B. Proposed New Projects for USAID (2012-13) Diamer Basha Dam (NWFP.Gilgit 1 Baltistan) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Kurram Tangi Dam (North Waziristan) Darawat Dam (Jamshoro, Sindh) Nai Gaj Dam (Dadu, Sindh) Naulong Dam (Jhal Magsi, Balochistan) Garuk Dam (Kharan, Balochistan) Pelar Dam (Awaran, Balochistan) Allai Khwar Hydropower Project (Battagram, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) Duber Khwar Hydrpower Project (Shangla, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) Khan Khwar Hydropower Project (Kohistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) Jinnah Hydropower Project (Mianwali, Punjab) Repair and Maintenance of Tarbela Power Station (KPK) Upgradation (E&M)* of Mangla Hydel Power Station (AJK) Upgradation (E&M)*of Warsak Hydel Power Station (KPK) Appointment of General Consultants Training & Capacity Building $ 11178 Rs 950.0 $ 700 Rs 59.0 $ 104 Rs.9.394 $ 292 Rs 26.240 $ 177 Rs 18.0 $ 73 Rs 6.85 $ 93 Rs 8.740 $ 143 Rs. 8.578 $ 272 Rs. 16.324 $ 138 Rs. 8.301 $ 226 Rs. 13.547 $ 100 Rs 9.0 $ 508 Rs 42.5 $ 308 Rs 25.5 $ 50 Rs 4.2 $ 21 Rs 1.8

18.0 0.1 2.0 2.0 1.5

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0.050 2.173 3.859 1.032

TOTAL (B) G. TOTAL;

USAID Assistance requested for ongoing projects Year 2011-12 USAID Assistance requested for ongoing/ new projects (2012-17)

US$ 92 Million Rs 8.0 Billion US$ 3323 Million Rs 316 Billion

GOMAL ZAM DAM PROJECT


Location On Gomal river in South Waziristan Agency, West of Tank and D.I.Khan District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.. This project is located at Khajuri Kach on Gomal River in South Waziristan Agency about 60 km west of Tank and being constructed as a Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) dam. WAPDA has conceived this project for the uplift of Tribal Areas particularly of South Waziristan Agency. This dam will store 1 MAF of water and irrigate 163,000 Acres of land, besides generating 17 MW of electricity. The project has been awarded to M/s Frontier Works Organization (FWO) of the Army, M/s Sinohydro (China) and M/s TEKSER (Turkey) are its joint partners. To execute a development project in militant infested area of South Waziristan, was a difficult task but WAPDA and its partners made all-out efforts for the continuation of work on this project. It is near completion as almost 90% work is completed. Due to paucity of development funds, completion could not be achieved. An additional funding of Rs3.0 billion/US$35 million would complete this project to bring significant impact on the people of South Waziristan to generate economic activity, conducive for peace and catalyst for national production. Salient Features Type RCC Gravity Dam Height of Dam 437 ft Length of Dam 758 ft Length of Main Canal 63 km Length of Distributaries 203 km Gross Storage 1.140 MAF Live Storage 0.892 MAF Command Area 163,086 Acres Power Generation 17.4 MW / 90.9 Gwh EIRR 12% Actual July 2002 / Revised June 2007 Actual Sep 2006 / Revised Jan. 2013 Local Foreign Total (Rs. Million) 7,865.000 4,964.000 12,829.000 8,934.312 3,317.936 12,252.248 1,000.000 800.000 1,800.000 22.961 365.477 388.438 43.703 365.477 409.180 8,978.015 3,683.413 12,661.428

Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Approved PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.06.2012 PSDP Allocation for 2012-2013 Expenditures during the Month Current F/Y Expenditures Total Expenditures

Contract re-awarded to FWO on 09.03.2007 at a cost of Rs. 10,400.634 Million (equivalent to US$ 171.063 M).

o Physical Progress o Financial Progress

81.67 % against 96.26 % 98.69 % against 97.84 %

USAID has signed agreements with WAPDA to provide US$ 40 Million for the Power Portion of Gomal Zam Dam on 07.01.2011, US$ 40 Million for Irrigation Portion on 05.10.2011 and US$ 12 Million for Waran Canal (under Gomal Zam Dam Project) on 30.07.2012.

USAID has released US$ 55.089 Million so far.

US DELEGATION VISIT TO GOMAL ZAM DAM

SATPARA DAM PROJECT

SATPARA DAM PROJECT


Location Downstream of Satpara Lake on Satpara Nullah near Skardu, Northern Area, about 6 miles south of Skardu Town

Satpara Dam Project is one of the highest situated dams in the world and is located near Skardu city in Gilgit-Baltistan. This dam has a storage capacity of 93,000 Acres Feet of water whereas the command area consists of 15,536 Acres and it will generate 17.3 MW of electricity on completion. This dam was conceived to provide water and power in Skardu City (Baltistan). This area is suitable for producing vegetables & fruits and this project will play significant role in the social and economic uplift of Skardu area (Baltistan).

Salient Features

Type of Dam Height of dam Length of dam Gross Storage Live Storage Command Area Power Generation EIRR

Earth Fill 128 Ft 560 Ft 0.093 MAF 0.053 MAF 15536 Acres 17.3 MW/ 105.51 Gwh 12.9%

Commencement Date Completion Date Actual / Revised Financial Status Rev: Approved PC-I Cost (03.09.09) Expenditures upto 30.06.2012 PSDP Allocation for 2012-2013 Expenditures during the Month Current F/Y Expenditures Upto date Expenditures

As per Original PC-I Sep, 2002 / Actual April 2003 Actual Dec 2006/Revised Jan. 2012 (P/H # 3&4 Feb. 13) Local Foreign Total (Rs. Million) 3,925.342 554.679 4,480.021 2900.033 1917.627 4817.660 100.000 200.000 300.000 3.949 3.949 8.929 8.929 2,908.962 1917.627 4,826.589

o Physical Progress 100% against 100% (P/H # 3&4 80.43 % against 87.00%) o Financial Progress 107.74 % against 100 %
USAID has signed an agreement with WAPDA to provide US$ 26 Million for Satpara Dam Project on 07.01.2011. USAID has released US$ 21.485 Million so far.

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US DELGATION VISIT TO SATPAR DAM

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REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF UNITS 1, 3 & 4 OF TARBELA DAM


WAPDA operates Tarbela Hydroelectric Power Station having total installed capacity of 3478 MW from 14 Generating Units installed on three Power Tunnels. The plant is capable to deliver upto 3700 MW during high flow months of summer but sometimes fails to reach its maximum capacity due to the several reasons e.g. Generator windings for Units 1, 3 & 4 (175 MW each) have developed problems due to aging; there is shortage of essential spare parts for extensive maintenance of Generating Units, and maintenance skills are deficient due to lack of training. An assistance agreement for implementation of Emergency Supplemental Funding has been concurred between Government of Pakistan through Ministry of Water & Power and USAID. The Implementation Letter (IL) dated January 13, 2010 commits an amount of US$16.5 million for carrying out a program to support the Project Funding will be provided through Reimbursement Agreement to be signed with WAPDA. The activity is estimated to be completed within 24 months from date of IL. Agreement was signed with USAID in May 2010. Accordingly, WAPDA has planned to implement a short term Repair & Maintenance program which includes replacement of old Class-B Winding of Generators 1, 3 & 4 with the latest Class-F Winding which will enhance output of these machines under overload conditions by about 100 MW and additional energy generation of 200 GWh per year. Reliability of the Power Plant is also likely to increase due to replacement/upgradation of some old systems. An agreement has been signed between GoP/WAPDA and USAID for an assistance of $16.5 million for this project. The hydropower equipment for Rehabilitation of Tarbela Power House (1st Trench) has been arrived at Tarbela. Unit 4 has been rehabilitated and generating 195 MW as against 87 MW generating earlier and Unit 1 has also been rehabilitated and generating 195 MW as against 175 MW generating earlier. Rehabilitation work of Unit 3 is started from February 17, 2012 and is in progress.
USAID has signed an agreement with WAPDA to provide US$ 16.5 Million for the Project. USAID has released US$ 11.250 Million so far.

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US DELEGATION VISIT TO TARBELA POWER HOUSE

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NEW PROJECTS FOR US ASSISTANCE


Diamer Basha Dam Project

Kurram Tangi Dam Project Darawat Dam Project Nai Gaj Dam Project Naulong Dam Project Garuk Dam Project Pelar Dam Project Allai Khwar Hydropower Project Duber Khwar Hydropower Project Khan Khwar Hydropower Project Jinnah Hydropower Project Up-gradation & Refurbishment of Mangla Power Station Up-gradation, Rehabilitation & Modernization of WARSAK Power Station Treatment of Effluent Water of RBOD (Pilot Project) Appointment of General Consultants Training & Capacity Building

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DIAMER BASHA DAM PROJECT

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DIAMER BASHA DAM PROJECT


Diamer Basha Dam Project the first mega dam project conceived after Tarbela Dam Project at a cost of US$ 11.178 billion will play significant role in the economic development of Pakistan. The project is located on Indus River, about 315 km upstream of Tarbela Dam, 165 km downstream of the GilgitBaltistan (GB) capital Gilgit and 40 km downstream of Chilas. The proposed dam would have a maximum height of 272 meters, and impound a reservoir of about 8.1million acre feet (MAF), with live storage of more than 6.4 MAF and produce 4500 MW of power generation. The mean annual discharge of Indus River at the site is 50 MAF. Thus the dam will impound 15% of the annual river flow. It will extend the life of Tarbela Reservoir by blocking the sediments and additional annual Generation at Tarbela would be 1111GWh. With the creation of massive infrastructure leading to overall socioeconomic uplift of the area and better standard of living of people, this project will generate employment opportunities, particularly to the locals, during the construction and operation. The dam is located at the boundary of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and North Western Frontier Province (NWFP) in such a way that the right abutment and the right Power House is in GB while the left bank of the dam and the left Power House is in NWFP. ECNEC has approved this project at a cost of Rs.894,257 million (US$ 11.178 billion). The Project will pay back its cost in 8 years with an EIRR of 18%. WAPDA carried out the feasibility of Diamer Basha Dam Project from 2002 to 2004 and Detailed Engineering Design from 2005 to 2008. during this period field investigations comprising of Drilling, Aditing, Field Testing & Topographic Survey also carried out. WAPD spent US$ 58.734 million on these works including Consultancy charges, Admn & other expenses. WAPDA started the Land Acquisition process in 2010-11. an amount of US$ 25 million has been paid to Government of Gilgit-Baltistan for Land Acquisition. The priority land for project colony infrastructure and Land for one model village for the affectees has been acquired. The acquisition of Land for Dam foot prints, other structures and the reservoir is in progress. The required land would be acquired in three years with an estimated cost of US$ 513.37 million. WAPDA intends to start the construction of infrastructure; WAPDA Offices, Consultants Office WAPDA Colony roads etc. Model Villages, Right Bank Periphery road and relocation of KKH in project area before the start of the main project which shall require US$ 461 million. Construction of small Hydropower Stations on Nullahs for providing power during construction of Main Dam and project colony / model villages shall require funding of tune of US$ 43.925 million. Implementation of the Diamer Basha Dam appurtenant structures shall be through international competitive bidding comprising of the five lots. Funding requirement for these lots are US$ 5,027 million.

PROJECT BENEFITS
Availability of about 6.4 MAF annual surface water storage for supplementing irrigation supplies during low flow periods Harnessing of renewable source of clean and cheap energy through installed capacity of 4500 MW Average Annual Generation 19208 GWh Extend Life of Tarbela reservoir by blocking the sediments Additional Annual Generation at Tarbela 1111GWh Reduction of dependence on thermal power, thus saving foreign exchange Employment opportunities (direct employment = 70,426 persons & indirect employment = 2.78 million persons), particularly to the locals during the construction and operation 7633 worker to be trained. Creation of massive infrastructure leading to overall socio-economic uplift of the area and standard of living of people The Project will pay back its cost in 8 years

FINANCIAL BENEFITS
Financial Benefits of electricity produced US$ 1.9 Billion (19 Billion units x 10 cents) Financial Benefits of water stored US$ 0.660 Billion Water impounded by reservoir shall help to mitigate downstream flood losses. The avoidance of flood damages cost would be even much more than Rs.2, 331 million per annum. Savings in Foreign Exchange of Equivalent electricity on imported oil - US$ 2.85 Billion Carbon Credit Benefits US$ 0.300 Billion

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PRESENT STATUS:
Detailed Engineering Design of Diamer Basha Dam Project (DBDP) was completed in June-2008. PC-I for Land Acquisition and Resettlement was approved by Executive Committee of National Economic Council (ECNEC) on 6.11.2008 for Rs. 60 billion. Main PC-I for DBDP was approved by ECNEC on 20.08.2009 for Rs.894.257 billion. Resolution on Consensus of Diamer Basha Dam Project approved from Council of Common Interest (CCI) on 18.07.2010 headed by Prime Minister of Pakistan. Bridge at Thakot on Indus River is completed by NHA for transportation of material and heavy machinery for construction of Diamer Basha Dam Project. Priority Land Acquisition has started. Rs.6.563 billion have been released to the Government of Gilgit-Baltistan for acquisition of land and 1783 Acres of land has been acquired. Rs.262 million was released in to D.C. Kohistan for acquisition of land and 162 Acres land has been acquired of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area. A vocational Training Institute has been setup. Inauguration ceremony for commencement of works of Diamer Basha Dam Project has been carried out by the Prime Minister of Pakistan on 18.10.2011.

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
Implementation of the dam appurtenant structures shall be through international competitive bidding comprising of the following five lots:US$ Million Const. Sr. Total Description of work Local Foreign Period No. Cost (Yrs.) 1. Contract Lot-1 1,096 731 1,827 9 (Concrete Dam and Related Structures including Diversion Tunnels and Permanent Access Bridge) 2. Contract Lot-2 512 173 685 6.4 (Underground Works and Related Structures (Left and Right Banks) 3. Contract Lot-3 42 380 422 8 (Hydro-Mechanical Equipment and Hydraulic Steel Structures) 4. Contract Lot-4 103 927 1,030 7 (Power Plant Generation Equipment (Left and Right Bank) 5. Contract Lot-5 109 954 1,063 7 (Electrical High Voltage Equipment and Power Plant Electrical Equipment (Left and Right Bank). Total 1,862 3165 5,027
Strategy After approval of FODP/ADB Report on Water Sector Task Force by Federal Cabinet new strategy to be adopted. In view of the reluctance of World Bank/ADB for financing Diamer Basha Dam Project an alternate financing plan needs to be prepared. GoP to provide funds for land acquisition. 80% of the cost of project will be met through loan/supplier credit/buyers credit. 20% of the cost of the project will be met through Govt. funding, domestic loan/local bonds (Sukuk) and PSDP. Foreign financing will be made through Donor Agency/ADB//IDB/Middle East Donors/Buyer Credits/Suppliers Credit Special request will be made to Islamic Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, Kuwait Development Fund, Saudi Development Fund, Qatar Development Fund, Abu Dhabi Fund for investing in Diamer Basha Dam Project. Special request may be made to USAID to support this project as signatory project in Pakistan. Consortium will be made comprising of Chinese Turkish and other Civil Contractors. Consortium will also be made for supplying Electro-Mechanical equipment as Suppliers Credit.

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Tentative Summary of Updated Capital Cost (June 2012 Prices)


Estimated Cost (US$ Million) Sr. No. A. I Component Indirect Costs Land Acquisition and Resettlement : i. Land Acquisition ii. Resettlement & Incidentals iii. Total KKH Relocation from Shatial to Raikot (141 km) Project Colony in Thor Valley Sub-Total (A) e) Direct Costs Concrete Dam & Related Structures Including Diversion Tunnels & Permanent Access Bridge (Lot 1) Construction of Underground Works & Related Structures (Lot 2) Hydraulic Steel Structure & HydroMechanical Equipment (Lot 3) Power Plant Generation Equipment (Lot 4) Electrical HV Equipment and Power Plant Electrical Equipment (Lot 5) Sub-Total (B) Incidental Costs Engineering & Project Management including Authority's Overheads 6% of (B) Physical Contingency 3% of (B) Sub-Total (C) Total Base Cost (A+B+C) Other Costs Duties & Taxes Escalation During Construction on (B+C+E) at: 6.5% on Local Component 2% on Foreign Component Interest During Construction (IDC) on (B + C + E + Escalation) at: 9.96% on Local Component 12% on Foreign Component Sub-Total (E) Total Financial Cost (A to E) 542 721 1,263 363 75 1,701 542 721 1263 (b) 363 (c) 75 (d) 1,701 USAID / Donors GoP (Rs. 6.9 billion equivalent) GoP (Rs. 50 billion equivalent) GoP / Sukuk Bonds (Rs. 66 billion equivalent) Local
a)

Foreign

Total

Potential Financing

II III B. IV V VI VII VIII C. IX X D. E. XI XII

1377 643 53 129 137 2,339

781 185 406 990 1019 3,381

2,157 828 459 1,120 1,156 5,719

EXIM / Local Pakistan Banks

Supplier's Credit

140 70 210 4,250 110 1,205

203 101 304 3,685 479

343 171 514 7,935 110 1,684

GoP

Exemption by GoP Donor's liability

XIII

3,943 5,258 9,508

479 4,164

3,943 5,737 13,672

Deferred payment from power revenues

F.
a) b) c) d) e)

Converted at the average June 2012 parity rate of 1 US$ = Rs. 92.00 Cost of PC-I (WAPDA) updated to June 2012 price level including additionalities to conform to ADB's Social Safeguards. Cost of PC-I (NHA) escalated by 46% on the basis of increase in Consumer Price Index from January 2009 to June 2012. Based on actual contract awards / lowest evaluated bids for most of the packages. Updated by applying escalation factors for the period from March 2008 to June 2012 separately for local and foreign components.

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CURRENT DEMAND
The project was placed in the FODP conference, wherein the Donors assured their commitment to fund this project. Middle East Donors, particularly Islamic Development Bank (IDB)/Saudi Fund and Kuwait Fund, has consented for a financial assistance of US$ 2 billion whereas Suppliers Credit will be available for US$ 2.5 billion for the supply of electro-mechanical equipment. WAPDA expects US$ 1.0 billion shortfall in its financing plan and accordingly USAID is requested to extend US$ 1.0 billion Financial Assistance for this project over a period of five years for the execution of initial civil works and land acquisition for this mega project. Keeping in view the urgency of the situation, an amount of US$ 200 million is required on priority basis for the year 2011-12 is requested.

FUTURE FINANCING PHASING


Financial Year 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Rs. Billion 17.0 34.0 34.0 US$ Million 200 400 400

DIAMER BASHA DAM STAKEHOLDERS SEMINAR

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KURRAM TANGI DAM MULTIPURPOSE PROJECT


Location

The proposed project is located on Kurram River in North Waziristan Agency about 22 km upstream of Kurram Garhi Head works and 32 KM North of Bannu City in NWFP.
This project was conceived by WAPDA for a multipurpose dam in North Waziristan on Kurram River with storage of 1.20 MAF of water and power generation of 83.4 MW on completion. It will irrigate 362,380 Acres of land and will usher a positive impact on the socio economic conditions of Tribal Areas and particularly North Waziristan Agency. It will not only irrigate the barren lands but further produce electricity & generate employment opportunities during construction and maintenance of the project. This project will play a significant role, in providing economic & social stability in North Waziristan Agency by offering economic opportunities and employment generation for local people. Salient Features

Dam Height Gross Storage Live Storage Power Houses (5 Nos) Command Area Supplementing existing System of Civil & Marwat Canals EIRR

322 ft 1.20 MAF-1.48 BCM 0.90 MAF-1.11 BCM 83.4 MW (350 GWh) 3,62,380 ACRES (including new area of 84,380 Acres) 277,500 Acres 16.12% Irrigated Agriculture Development Hydropower generation Socio-economic uplift of the area. Employment opportunities during the construction and maintenance of the Project. Development of Agriculture/Fisheries. Rs. 59 Billion (including Rs. 5.37 Billion FEC)

Project Benefits

PC-I Cost (Based on Revised Estimate)

FINANCING OF KURRAM TANGI DAM PROJECT


Total Estimated Cost as per revised PC-I Request for US Assistance for Construction US$ 700 million US$ 543 Million

FUTURE FINANCING PHASING


Financial Year 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Rs. Billion 0.17 7.0 17.9 16.7 18.2 US$ Million 2 83 210 196 214

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KURRAM TANGI DAM PROJECT


ABSTRACT OF COST ESTIMATES
Sr. No.
A. B. C. D. E. E-1. E-2. E-3. E-4. E-5. E-6. E-7. F.

Description
Kaitu Weir and Affiliated Structures - (7.1) Main Dam, spillway, Power Houses and Affiliated Structures (7.2) Thal Canal & Affiliated Structures - (7.3) Remodeling of Existing Canals / Vials - (7.4) Electrical & Mechanical Equipment - (7.5) Power House No. 1 (36.5 MW) Power House No. 2 (11.0 MW) Power House No. 3 (17.0 MW) Power House No. 4 (18.5 MW) Power House No. 5 (400 Kw) Pump House Transmission Line Sub-Total of (E) Preliminary Works (Residential Colony, Office etc.) Total of H = (A + B + C + D + E + F + G) Land acquisition and resettlement cost Physical Contingency at 3% of (H) Authority's Over heads 2.25% of (H). Engineering Services (Construction Supervision and Design Reviews) 3% of (H). Security Arrangements etc. Furniture, T&P, Vehicles etc. Total N = (H + I + J + K + L + M) Total Base Cost Escalation (local 6.5%, foreign 2.5%) Total cost IDC (14.23% & 3% Financal Risk) as per Planning Commission Instructions Grand Total

Local Component (Million Rs.)


3,166.441 11,510.822 6,655.758 1,984.089 575.331 185.762 285.408 299.594 16.683 1.792 89.700 1,454.272 226.181 24,997.562 2,790.500 826.69 620.02 826.69 3,619.000 201.526 33,881.986 33,881.986 1640.45 35,522.436 13,710.560 49,232.996

Foreign Component (Million Rs.)


3,002.477 969.437 1,489.459 1,563.489 87.065 7,111.928 7,111.928 213.358 160.018 213.358 7,698.662 7,698.662 375.310 8,073.972 2,124.030 10,198.002

Total Amount (Million Rs.)


3,166.441 11,510.822 6,655.758 1,984.089 3,577.808 1,155.199 1,774.868 1,863.083 103.749 1.792 89.700 8,566.199 226.181 32,109.490 2,790.500 1,040.048 780.036 1,040.048 3,619.000 201.526 41,580.648 41,580.648 2,015.760 43,596.408 15,834.590 59,430.998 US$ 699 Million

G. I. J. K. L. M.

Note:(i) Increased 15% on Works as Tribal Commission (ii) Increased Security Arrangement Cost as per FWO Estimates (iii) Increased IDC(14.23%) and 3% Financial Risk as per Planning Commission Guidelines.

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DARAWAT DAM PROJECT


Location The proposed site for Darawat Storage Dam is located at about 70 kms West of Hyderabad and 135 kms North East of Karachi across Nai Baran River in Thatta/ Jamshoro districts of Sindh. Concrete Faced Rock fill Dam Type 118 ft Height of Dam 121,790 AF Reservoir Capacity 47,000 Acres CCA 0.45 MW Power Generation WAPDA M/s NDC - CAMOES JV M/s Sinohydro MAJ JV Government of Pakistan July 2010 June 2013 Local FEC Total (Rs. Million) 3,175.000 3,175.000 1,926.552 1,926.552 1,800.000 200.000 2,000.000 5.762 5.762 510.080 510.080 2,436.632 2, 436.632

Salient Features

Execution by Supervision Consultants Contractor Donor Agency Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Approved PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.06.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-13 Expenditures during the Month Current F/Y Expenditures Upto date Exp: Physical Progress 60%

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LOCATION MAP NAI GAJ DAM PROJECT

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NAI GAJ DAM PROJECT


Location Salient Features Nai Gaj Dam Project is proposed across Gaj River in the gorge area at the edge of Kirthar range at about 65 km (40 miles) north-west of Dadu city in Sindh Province Earth Core Rock Fill Dam Dam Type 194 ft Height of Dam 4.2 MW Installed Capacity Gross Storage Capacity 300,000 AF 140,000 AF Dead Storage Capacity 160,000 AF Live Storage Capacity 28,800 Acres Cropped Area WAPDA M/s NESPAK M/s NEIE SMADB JV Government of Pakistan Not yet Commenced Local FEC 16,924.000 688.430 2,000.000 6.295 11.459 699.889

Execution by Detailed Engineering Consultants Contractor Donor Agency Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Approved PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.06.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-13 Expenditures during the Month Current F/Y Expenditures Upto date Exp:

Total (Rs. Million) 16,924.000 688.430 2,000.000 6.295 11.459 699.889

Status:PC-I amounting to Rs. 16.924 Billion approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on Sep. 3, 2009. Tenders for construction opened on July 16, 2010. Letter of Acceptance issued to M/s NEIE SMADB JV on 13.01.2011 (Bid Price = Rs. 38.702 Billion). Contract Agreement has been signed on April 12, 2011. Letter of commencement issued on May 04, 2012. The Contractor mobilized to site with limited financing basis and established field camp / mobilized equipments for the Project. M/s. Techno International JV appointed Project Supervision Consultants. Revised PC-I amounting to Rs. 26.240 Billion approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on Aug. 16, 2012.

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NAULONG DAM PROJECT


LOCATION
The proposed dam site is located on Mula river at Sunt about 30 kms from Gandawa City in tehsil and district Jhal Magsi (Balochistan).

OBJECTIVES
Irrigated agriculture development of 47,000 acres of culturable command area. Hydropower generation of 4.4MW. Flood Mitigation. Socio-economic uplift, poverty reduction and women emancipation.

SALIENT FEATURES
Dam Type Dam Height Gross Storage Live Storage Culturable Command Area Power Generation Annual Energy Revised Project Cost Earth fill 186 ft 242,452 AF 200,000 AF 47,000 acres 4.4 MW 26.6 GWh Rs. 18.028 billion

CURRENT STATUS Feasibility study and detailed engineering design of the Project completed in 2009.

PC-I amounting to Rs. 11.699 Billion approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on Sep. 3, 2009. Tenders for construction received and opened on April 17, 2010. Letter of intent issued to the lowest bidder M/s. Descon Zargoon JV on April 12, 2011. Letter of Acceptance issued on May 10, 2012. During visit to China the President invited Chinese firms to participate for construction of Naulong Dam Project. Governor Balochistan and Chief Minister Balochistan assured Chinese Ambassador for providing full security arrangements for the construction firms especially the Chinese. M/s Descon & Sinohydro of China have signed a joint venture agreement as contractor for construction of the project. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for security arrangement for contractor concurred by Government of Balochistan. Expression of Interest (EOI) for construction supervision of the Project received on June 25, 2012. Six (06) firms / JVs submitted EOI documents and are under evaluation. Revised PC-I amounting to Rs. 18.028 Billion approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on Aug. 16, 2012.

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GARUK DAM PROJECT


LOCATION
The dam site is located about 47 kms south east of Kharan Town across Garuk River in District Kharan (Balochistan).

OBJECTIVES
Storage of flood water for irrigated agriculture development of 12,500 acres of culturable command area. Hydropower generation of 300 KW. Socio-economic uplift, poverty reduction and women emancipation.

SALIENT FEATURES
Type of Dam Height of Dam Length of Dam Reservoir Capacity Culturable Command Area Power Generation Revised Project Cost Earth Core Rock fill 184 ft 2,323 ft 50,695 AF 12,500 acres 300 KW Rs. 6.850 billion

CURRENT STATUS

PC-I approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on September 3, 2009. Tenders of Garuk Dam on EPC basis invited on Oct 03, Nov 19, 2009 Feb. 20, March 24, October 20 and December 23, 2010. No bid received. WAPDA proposed the Project through local District contractors by subletting the various components to increase participation of the local community; local monetary benefits. Government of Balochistan suggested transferring the Project to I & P Department of Balochistan for execution. Revised PC-I is under preparation. No funds allocated in PSDP 2012-13 for construction of the Project.

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PELAR DAM PROJECT


LOCATION
The dam site is located about 160 kms from Awaran Town in District Awaran (Balochistan).

OBJECTIVES
Storage of flood water for irrigated agriculture development of 25,650 acres of culturable command area. Hydropower generation of 300 KW. Socio-economic uplift, poverty reduction and women emancipation.

SALIENT FEATURES
Type of Dam Height of Dam Length of Dam Reservoir Capacity Culturable Command Area Power Generation Revised Project Cost Concrete Gravity 60 ft 714 ft 99,175 AF 25,650 acres 300 KW Rs.8.740 billion

CURRENT STATUS

PC-I amounting to Rs. 1.692 Billion approved by ECNEC in its meeting held on September 3, 2009. Tenders of Pelar Dam on EPC basis invited on Sep. 30, Nov 12, 2009, Feb. 20, March 17, October 27 and December 29, 2010. No bid received. WAPDA proposed the Project through local District contractors by subletting the various components to increase participation of the local community; local monetary benefits. Government of Balochistan suggested transferring the Project to I & P Department of Balochistan for execution. Revised PC-I is under preparation. Funds amounting to Rs. 50 Million allocated in PSDP 2012-13 against a demand of Rs. 1,000 Million.

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ALLAI KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT


Location Salient Features
On Allai Khwar, Left Tributary of Indus River near Besham in District Battagram, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Execution by Consultants Contractor Donor Agency Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Original PC-I Cost Revised PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.6.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-2013 Expenditure During the Month Current F/Y Expenditure Upto date Expenditure

Dam Height 32.50m Length of Headrace 2366 m 121 MW Installed Capacity 463 GWh Annual Energy 697 m Gross Head Objectives To Generate Electricity EIRR 23.97% WAPDA HHH Consultants NDC, LAHMEYER, BARQAAB, BAK, PES, EGC, RC, IDC & DMC DEC Astron, VA Tech Government of Pakistan June, 2003 Actual Jan 2009 / Revised Oct,2011 Expected Oct, 2012 Local FEC F/LOAN Total (Rs. M) 5,124.284 3,453.540 8,577.824 7,312.687 6,522.261 13,834.948 5,261.974 3,327.478 2,315.596 10,905.048 804.000 725.000 644.000 2,173.000 3.868 35.268 101.801 140.937 6.868 197.706 179.534 384.108 5,268.842 3,525.184 2,495.130 11,289.156

o Physical Progress o Financial Progress

94.00% against 98.00% 81.60% against 81.44%

Revised PC-I amounting to Rs. 13834.948 Million approved on 27.09.2011.

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DUBER KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT


Location Salient Features On Duber Khwar River, Right Bank Tributary of Indus River near Patan in Kohistan District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Dam Height Length of Tunnel Gross Head Installed Capacity Annual Energy Objectives EIRR 32 m (Concrete weir) 5243 m 540 m 130 MW 595 GWh To Generate Electricity 32.12%

Scope of Work Execution by Consultants Contractor Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Approved PC-I Cost on Expenditures upto 30.6.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-2013 Expenditure during the Month Current F/Y Expenditure Upto date Expenditure

The project envisages installation of 130 MW Hydropower plant along with allied transmission and grid facility. The plant will generate 595 GWh/annum of electricity. WAPDA HHH Consultants, NDC, LAHMEYER, BARQAAB, BAK, PES, EGC, RC, IDC & DMC CWH-HE, VA Tech June, 2003 Revised Aug, 2011 / Expected April, 2013 Local FEC Total (Rs. Million) 8,068.655 8,255.821 16,324.476 7,237.218 6,835.513 14,072.731 1,716.920 2,142.080 3,859.000 21.050 21.430 42.480 476.992 171.290 648.282 7,714.210 7,006.803 14,721.013

o Physical Progress o Financial Progress

88.00% against 92.00% 90.18% against 90.15%

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KHAN KHWAR HYDROPOWER PROJECT


Location Salient Features Khan Khwar River, A Tributary of Indus River in District Shangla (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) Dam Height 30 m Length of Headrace 4540 m Tunnel 257 m Gross Head To Generate Electricity Objectives 72 MW Installed Capacity 306 GWh Annual Energy 29.56% EIRR The project envisages installation of 72 MW Hydropower plant along with allied transmission and grid facility. The plant will generate 306 GWh/annum of electricity. HHH Consultants, NDC, LAHMEYER, BARQAAB, BAK, PES, EGC, RC, IDC & DMC CWH-HE, DEC WAPDA June, 2003 Actual June 2006 / Expected March 2012 (MoU-2) Local FEC Total (Rs. Million) 2,718.607 4,573.688 4,927.132 4.820 8.420 *8.420 2,644.098 3,727.791 4,301.934 5,362.705 8,301.479 9,229.066 4.820 8.420 *8.420

Scope of Work Consultants Contractor Execution by Date of Commencement Date of Completion Financial Status Original PC-I Cost Revised PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.6.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-2013 Expenditure during the Month Current F/Y Expenditure Upto date Expenditure (O&M)

* There is no PSDP Allocation for F/Y 2012-13. Expenditure is chargeable to O&M Budget.

Physical Progress

o Physical Progress o Financial Progress


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99.90 % against 100 % *111.17 % against 100 % (upto 30.06.2012)


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* 2nd revised PC-I cleared by CDWP at revised cost of Rs. 10,732.788 Million on 18.06.2012 Testing/commissioning of unit # 2 started on Oct, 04. 2010. Testing/commissioning of unit # 1 started on Oct, 19. 2010. Commercial operation started w.e.f. Nov 08, 2010.

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JINNAH HYDROPOWER PROJECT


Location The Project is located on right side of Jinnah Barrage on Indus River about 5 km downstream of Kalabagh Town and 234 km from Islamabad. Installed Capacity 96 MW Annual Energy 688 GWh Gross Head 4.88 m Design Discharge 2400 m3/sec 8 units No. of Units To Generate Electricity Objectives ACE (JV) NESPAK, NDC, & MWH. EASEPAK,DMC M/s Dongfeng Electric Corporation (DEC) of China February 2006 Expected Dec 2012 FEC Total (Rs. Million) 13,546.800 13,281.847 1,032.000 18.570 27.664 13,309.511

Salient Features

Consultants Contractor: Date of Commencement as PC- I Date of Completion Actual/Revised Financial Status

Local
Approved PC-I Cost Expenditures upto 30.6.2012 PSDP Allocation 2012-2013 Expenditure during the Month Current F/Y Expenditure Upto date Expenditure

6,935.950 6,753.847 1,032.000 18.570 27.664 6,781.511

6,610.850 6,528.000 6,528.000

The Jinnah Hydropower Project is being financed through suppliers credit. The utilization of Foreign Loan / suppliers credit in above statement based on figures provided by the M/s. DEC China. However, there is no foreign loan utilization in Project Books and no IPCs are submitted by the Contractor as it is an EPC / Turnkey basis Project.

Physical Progress / Status


PC-I for the Construction of O&M Staff Colony approved on 19.11.2009 for Rs. 253.07 million Unit No. 1: The Unit is in commercial operation. Unit No. 2: 72 Hours performance test of unit is under progress. Unit No. 3: The Unit is in commercial operation since 15.08.2012. Unit No. 5: 72 Hours commissioning test of the unit is expected to start on 15.09.2012.

o o

Physical Progress Financial Progress

98.00 % *15.00 %

*Being an EPC contract only mobilization advance of 15% has been paid to the contractor; Rest
85% is arranged under suppliers credit by the contractor.

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REPAIR & MAINTENANCE OF TARBELA POWER STATION


Tarbela Dam is one of the worlds largest earth and rock filled dam. It is one of the world greatest resources development projects built on one of the worlds largest river Indus called Abbasin or Father of Rivers. Tarbela Power Station is located on the right bank of river Indus. Power Station is equipped with fourteen generating units having total capacity of 3478 MW. It is the biggest hydel power station completed in four phases since 1977 to 1993-93. The total power potential of the station is 3478 MW with 14 generating units constitutes about 25~35% of the total power presently generated in the country. The existing equipment of Tarbela Power Station are in service since commissioning and reliability of most of the equipment have considerably been reduced and the station desperately require planned repair and maintenance programme. The planned repair and maintenance programme will enhance reliability and will ensure smooth operation of the station by minimizing prolonged and forced outages in one way or the other. The sever power crises in the prevailing situation have created energy crises and ultimately lead to public unrest and put the country economic stability at stake due to prolonged interruption. The procurement of spares/equipment demanded under additional requirement will enhance the reliability of the station in the following manner : Help to improve the reliability factor of the plant. To minimize forced outages. Help to reduce the energy crises. To improve the availability of units. Will enhance the life of units.

The close analysis shows that the proposed R&M programme of Tarbela Power Station will earn WAPDA 1973 Million KWH per month or Rs.19730 Million/US$ 232 Million per month. If power transformer of Units 1~10 goes out of order due to some fault, the relevant unit will also remain out till the availability of the transformer. The authority in shape of revenue will suffer 0.412 Million US$ per day and the station utilization factor will also go down by 5% at least. Similarly, if power transformer of any unit from Units 11~14 goes out or order due to fault then the authority will suffer by a loss of 0.819 Million US$ per day till the availability of new power transformer. If 220KV breaker of unit is develops fault, the relevant unit will remain out till the availability of breaker. The station and authority will suffer 0.412 Million US$ per day till the availability of the breaker. Also utilization factor of the station will reduce by 5% at least. Similarly if breaker of 220KV transmission line develops fault, the station and authority will suffer a revenue loss of 0.37 Million US$ per day till the availability of the breaker. If stator core of a unit is damaged, then the authority will duffer a revenue loss of 0.412 Million US$ per day till the availability and erection of the new stator. If 2 Nos. 30 ton bridge cranes for lifting the rotor of Units 1~10 goes out of order, then no alternate arrangement is available for lifting the rotor and the unit will remain out till 37

the availability or procurement and installation of new cranes. The authority will suffer a huge loss of amount till the availability of the cranes. 230V DC battery system comprising of 115 cells if went out of order, then protection system of all Units 1~10 will not work and the units will remain shut down till the availability of new batter set. The authority will suffer a revenue loss of huge amount.

Estimated Cost Request for US Assistance FUTURE FINANCING PHASING


Financial Year 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Rs. Billion 0.76 5.35 2.9

US$ 100 million US$ 100 Million

US$ Million 8.5 59.5 32.0

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UP-GRADATION AND REFURBISHMENT OF GENERATING UNITS OF MANGLA POWER STATION


Mangla Dam Project completed in 1967 is located on River Jhelum at about 120 Km from Islamabad. The Power House was completed in four stages, the initial phase comprising four units of 100 MW each was completed in 1967~1969. The first extension of Units 5~6 (2X100 MW) was completed in 1974 while second extension comprising units 7~8(2X100 MW) was completed in 1981. The project attained its maximum capacity of 1000MW with the final extension of units 9&10(2X100 MW) in 199394. Mangla reservoir capacity reduced to 4.674 MAF from 5.88 MAF due to sedimentation. As such Raising of Mangla Dam height by 30 ft. was carried out (2004~2009). The Project will provide additional water storage of 2.88 MAF, increase of water head by 40 ft and additional power generation of 644 GWh per annum will be achieved. In the light of increase in aforesaid parameters, WAPDA intends to carry out a Feasibility Study for Upgradation & Refurbishment of the old Generating Units and Allied Equipment of Mangla Power Station to ensure their optimized, reliable and sustainable operation in the Post Raised Mangla Dam Scenario. Electrical & Mechanical Equipment after having spent nearly 40 years of their useful lives have deteriorated due to aging effects resulting in reduction of efficiency and dependability. The Feasibility Study is aimed to assess the present operating conditions of existing Civil Structures & Plant Machinery, Study of various options of Refurbishment of E&M Equipment and to recommend the most viable option for Up-gradation / Refurbishment of Power House Generating Units for achieving optimum benefits as a result of enhanced water availability and increased head after Mangla Dam Raising.

PROJECT COST
Cost of the Consultancy Services for Feasibility Study is US$ 2.0 Million. Total cost of the Rehabilitation Project is estimated to be US $ 518 Million.

PRESENT STATUS
M/s MWH (USA) NESPAK (Pakistan) JV have been engaged to carry out Feasibility Study of the Project. The Consultancy Agreement was signed in 27th April 2011 with eight (08) months completion time. Feasibility study submitted by consultants in December, 2011 and is under evaluation/approval by WAPDA. After which Detail Engineering Design, preparation of Tender Documents etc. will be started, requiring six (06) months period, followed by the Bidding.

FINANCIAL PHASING
(Million US$) Component 2012 2013 Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total

Consultancy Services 8 5 5 Project Construction Cost 10 50 100 Total 18 55 105 USAID has shown interest to finance the subject Project.

5 125 130

5 125 130

5 75 80

33 485 518

FUTURE FINANCING PHASING


Financial Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Rs. Billion 1.6 4.7 8.9 11.0 11.0 6.8 US$ Million 18 55 105 130 130 80

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UP-GRADATION, REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION OF WARSAK HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION


Warsak Hydel Power Station is located on River Kabul at 30 KM in North West of Peshawar. The Project was completed under Colombo Plan under two phases and financed by Canadian government. The first phase completed in 1960 consisted of construction of Dam, irrigation tunnels and installation of four power generating units, each of 40 MW capacity with 132 KV transmission system which was completed in 1960. Two additional generating units each of 41.48 MW capacities were added in 198081 in the second phase. The total installed capacity of the station thus became nearly 243 MW. WAPDA intends to carry out a Feasibility Study for Rehabilitation, Up-gradation & Modernization of Electrical & Mechanical Equipment of Warsak Hydroelectric Power Station to ensure its reliable and sustainable operation at the total installed capacity of 243 MW. The Electrical & Mechanical Equipment of the existing units having spent 50 years (Units 1~4) and 30 years (Units 5~6) of their useful lives, have deteriorated due to aging effects resulting in reduction of reliability and dependability. The Feasibility Study is aimed to study and determine viable solutions and required Works for Rehabilitation, Up-gradation and Modernization of old E&M Equipment, recommend necessary remedial measures to overcome the defects in Civil Structures and to carry out Sedimentation Management Studies. preparation of Detail Design, Tender Documents and PC-I for Warsak Rehabilitation Project will also be a part of the required Consultancy Services.

PROJECT COST
Cost of Consultancy Services for Detail Design etc. is US$ 4.0 Million. Total cost of the Project is estimated to be US $ 308 Million.

PRESENT STATUS
Joint Venture of RSW (Canada)-DCE (Pakistan) has been appointed as Consultants to carry out Feasibility Study, Detail Engineering Design and Tender Documents with 12 months completion time.

FINANCIAL PHASING
(Million US$) Component Consultancy Services Project Construction Cost Total 2012 4 4 2013 42 42 Year 2014 71 71 2015 102 102 2016 90 90 Total 4 305 309

FUTURE FINANCING PHASING


Financial Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Rs. Billion 0.34 3.6 6.0 8.7 7.7 US$ Million 4 42 71 102 90

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APPOINTMENT OF GENERAL CONSULTANTS


WAPDA is going to launch mega projects such as Diamer Basha Dam, Tarbela Dam 4th Extension, Kurram Tangi Dam, Munda Dam etc. etc. wherein the services of General Consultants of world repute will be required on priority basis to build the capacity to meet the challenges. It is worth mentioning that when the replacement work of Indus Basin System was initiated M/s. Harza (USA) was hired as General Consultants which helped WAPDA to build its capacity for building mega projects like Tarbela Dam, Mangla Dam, Chashma, Link Canals etc. At this time, there are greater challenges like Global Warming on climatic effects, Hydro Power Potential, Lining of Canal, Treatment of Saline Water, Underground Water Storage, initiatives require services of General Consultants to steer WAPDA in this difficult situation. The estimated expenditure to be incurred on hiring the services of General Consultants is about US$ 50 million for a period of 10 years whereas the request for 2011-12 will be about US$ 3 million. COST ESTIMATE (2011-2020) AMOUNT Annual Foreign Cost Annual Local Cost Total Budget Cost Foreign Local = = = = = US$ 3 Million Rs.150 Million 10 Years US$ 30 Million Rs.2366 Million

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TRAINING & CAPACITY BUILDING US$ 21 Million


i. WAPDA Administrative Staff College Islamabad Revitalization of Hardcore Training Activities at WAPDA Administrative Staff College under USAID Economic Growth Program has been worked out with financial implication of approximately Rs. 150 Milllion. (US$ 1.9 Million) ii. WAPDA Engineering Academy Faisalabad Revitalization of Hardcore Training Activities at WAPDA Engineering Academy Faisalabad under USAID Economic Growth Program has been worked out with financial implication of approximately Rs. 478.333 Million. (US$ 5.98 Million) iii. WAPDA Hydel Training Center Mangla It has been planned to convert WAPDA Training Centre Mangla into a high quality Training Academy duly equipped with modern laboratories having latest machinery and teaching techniques under USAID Economic Growth Program. Approximate Cost for revamping the training activities of Hydel training Centre Mangla will be Rs. 85 Million. (US$ 1.06 Million) iv. Capacity Building A number of run of river projects on River Indus and its tributaries are proposed to be constructed in Pakistan. These projects are financially viable and necessary for reducing the power tariff to be within the reach of common man. For implementation of these projects WAPDA needs technical assistance in capacity building; especially of Engineers training in Tunneling, Roller Compacted Concrete dam construction and special tests of Rock mechanics. (US$ 2 Million) Central Material Testing Laboratory established with UNDP grant in 1980s in order to carry out the investigations and tests for Hydropower and other projects. It needs upgradation to carryout special tests especially for large concrete dams. (US$ 5 Million) Pakistan Snow & Ice Hydrology Project (PSIHP) is a research project on high altitude hydrology in relation to Snow and Ice regime basins in the Northern Areas of Pakistan. Up-gradation and improvement is required to install new gauges, equipment, implementation of remote sensing technology, GIS and training to WAPDA engineers. (US$ 5 Million.)

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TREATMENT OF EFFLUENT WATER OF RBOD (PILOT PROJECT)


WAPDA in line with the directives of the President of Pakistan in October 2009, engaged M/s EASE-PAK Consultants to carryout the detailed feasibility study with a completion period of six months. The Consultants have submitted the draft feasibility study which is under review with WAPDA. The initial findings are: The project is technically feasible, economically viable and environment friendly. In-situ analysis of effluent through Prototype plant is planned to authenticate the exact quantity of recoverable salts. The Prototype laboratory plant has been shifted from USA and is functioning on Site since 15th May, 2010. The RBOD effluent must be used as such or after treatment for drinking, agriculture, fishery or other economical uses. The excess quantity of Parameters like calcium carbonate, magnesium make effluent harder which is hazardous for irrigation. After Treatment, excess quantity of calcium carbonate and magnesium shall be removed. FLOWS AND QUALITY IN RBOD (RD + 93 MNV DRAIN) Total Dissolved Solids Sodium Adsorption Residual sodium FLOWS (cfs) (PPM) Ratio (SAR) Carbonate (RSC) 1145 690 1900 6-9 0 198 1910 8360 7-16 0 = = = = 28% (376 cfs) 23% (309 cfs) 49% (658 cfs) 5 Nos. (40 cfs each)

SEASON Kharif Rabi

Useable Flows Marginal Flows Hazardous Flows Treatment Plants to be Installed

Benefits of Pilot Project 40 cfs of water after treatment will irrigate upto 10,000 acres of barren land Project Base Cost. = Rs.3353 M Project Revenues (Annual) = Rs. 643.68 M Project O&M Cost (Annual) = Rs. 237.40 M Project Life = 30 years Benefit Cost Ratio = 1.18:1 EIRR = 15.06 % Total Project: Total additional water available after treatment Additional area to be irrigated Net annual benefits (Revenue) Cost of one plant of 40 cfs (Pilot Project) Cost of five plants of 40 cfs each Financial Year 2011-12 2012-13 Rs. Billion 0.4 0.4 985,000 AF 350,000 Acres Rs13.227 Billion Rs.3.353 Billion/US$ 40 Million Rs16.765 Billion/US 200 Million US$ Million 5 5

FUTURE FINANCING PHASING

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SUMMARY OF USAID FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMITTED


(US$ Million)
Total Cost Committed Released so far

Under Implementation Projects


Gomal Zam Dam (South Waziristan) Dam & Irrigation Portions and Waran Canal System Satpara Dam (Gilgit-Baltistan) Repair & Maintenance of Units 1, 3 & 4 Of Tarbela Dam 150 52 16.5 92 26 16.5 55.089 21.485 11.250

Total:

134.5

87.824

SUMMARY OF USAID FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REQUESTED


US$ Million New Projects
Total Cost Diamer Basha Dam (KPK/Gilgit Baltistan) Kurram Tangi Dam (North Waziristan) Repair & Maintenance of Units Tarbela Power Station Darawat Dam Nai Gaj Dam Naulong Dam Garuk Dam Pelar Dam Allai Khwar Duber Khwar Khan Khwar Jinnah Upgradation (E&M) of Mangla Hydel Power Station (AJK) Upgradation (E&M) Warsak Hydel Power Station (KPK) Appointment of General Consultants Training & Capacity Building Treatment of Effluent Water of RBOD (Pilot Project) 11178 700 100 104 292 177 73 93 143 272 138 226 518 312 50 21 40 201112 200 2 8.5 20 10 10 10 10 26 20 4 4 2 2 3 2 5 16 2 3 5 5 55 42 3 5 105 71 3 5 130 102 3 5 130 90 3 80 201213 670 83 59.5 201314 657 210 32 196 214 201415 201516 201617 201718 Total 1527 705 100 20 10 10 10 10 26 20 4 4 518 309 18 22 10

Total:

338.5 843.5

1004

380

454

223

80

3323

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JOINT WAPDA USAID TASK FORCE ON THE PROJECTS


WAPDA
Muhammad Imtiaz Tajwar, Secretary WAPDA Team Leader

USAID
Mian Shahid Ahmad Team Leader

Diamer Basha Dam Project


Dr. Izharul Haq, Chief Executive Officer (DBDP)

Dr. Raheel Siddiqui, General Manger (LA&R)

Salim Paracha Ghulam Abbas

Kurram Tangi Dam Project Mr. Irshad Ahmad, General Manger (P&D) Mr. Sher Nawaz, Project Director (Kurram Tangi) Tariq Qazi Saleem Pracha

Mangla Power Station Mr. Wajid Hameed, General Manager (Hydel) Sh. Altaf Hussain, Chief Engineer (Mangla) Ghulam Abbas Saleem Paracha

Warsak Power Station Mr. Wajid Hameed, General Manager (Hydel) Mr. Rizwan Ahmad, Chief Engineer (Hydel) Warsak Capacity Building Mr. Muhammad Ali Shah, General Manger (C&M) Mr. Naveed ul Haq, Director (Training) Tariq Qazi Munir Ahmad Tariq Qazi Saleem Paracha

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EXISTING INSTALLED GENERATION CAPACITY


IPPs (incl. Nuclear) 6609 MW (36%) Rental 285 MW (2%) WAPDA Hydro 6444 MW (35%)

Oil 35%

GENCOs 4829 MW (27%)

Others 2%

Gas 29% Hydro 35%

ELECTRICITY GENERATION BY FUEL

EXISTING INSTALLED GENERATION CAPACITY


Installed Capacity (MW)
6516 4829 9637 20982

Type of Generation
Hydro GENCOs IPPs (incl Nuclear/ Rental) Total

Derated/ Dependable Capacity (MW)


6516 3580 9316 19412

Availability (MW) Summer


Min Max Max 3260 6750 3250

Winter
720 5630 2960 5230 8910 13820

Max 5340 Min 11850 Max 15340

MAXIMUM ELECTRICITY SHORTAGES


SUMMER (May 2012) 5210 MW WINTER (10.1.2011) 4770 MW

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PEAK DEMAND PROJECTIONS* (WHOLE COUNTRY)

20092030
120000

Demand
100000

Supply

113695 106851

80000

80566 76200

MW

60000 45698 40000 19352 20000 16364 0 2009 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 17539 22460 28029 25444 41132

Years
*Projected demand includes captive power also. Average growth rate is expected to be about 8%

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