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ENGINEERING PROJECT

MANAGEMENT
MS(EM)

Presented
By
Muhammad Noor(CMS: 15558)
Muhammad Yousaf (CMS: 15310)

CHINA PAKISTAN ECONOMIC


CORRIDOR(CPEC) MEGA PROJECT

INTRODUCTION
TheChinaPakistan Economic
Corridor(CPEC)isa
developmentmegaprojectthataimsto
connectGwadarPortinsouthwestern
PakistantoChinasnorthwesternregion
ofXinjiang,throughanetwork
ofhighways,railwaysandpipelinesto
transportoilandgas

CONTENTS
1: INFRASTRUCTURE
2: ENERGY
3: SECURITY

1: INFRASTRUCTURE
PROJECTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Gwadar Port
Karachi-Lahore Motorway
Peshawar-Karachi Motorway
Hazara Motorway
Khunjerab Railway

GWADAR PORT

HISTORY OF GWADAR
Pakistan identified Gwadar as a port site as far back

as 1954 when Gwadar was still under Omani rule


After four years of negotiations, Pakistan purchased
the Gwadar enclave from Oman for $3 million on 8
September 1958 and Gwadar officially became part
of Pakistan on 8 December 1958, after 200 years of
Omani rule
At the time, Gwadar was a small and underdeveloped
fishing village with a population of a few thousand

CONSTRUCTION OF GWADAR
Gwadar was constructed in 2 phases (1998-1999)

and (2002-2007)
Then taken up by the PSA International (20072012)
According to the agreement with PSA International,
Government of Pakistan would get a fixed share.

Doing little business as a commercial port

Pakistan handed over the project of


upgrading the port to Chinese company
China was awarded this multi- billion

dollars contract in February 2013


Port will remain the property of Pakistan

but would be operated by the state-run


Chinese firm China Overseas Port
Holding Company (COPHC)

DETAILS OF GWADAR PORT


PROJECT
The long channel of Gwadar Port has been

dredged to 14 meter depth


18.9 kms Eastbay Expressway has been built to

help flow of goods from and to Gwadar Port and


later on it will also include a 4.3 kms bridge
alongside the sea
The port berths length is over 700 meters and on

requirement the berth length can be increased by


two to three times

OPERATION
The Port has officially started its operation on

the 11th of May, 2015


The first trade of it being a large export of

fish(230 tons) to Dubais Jabal Ali Port where it


has been exported to different countries

BENEFITS OF EXPANSION OF
GWADAR PORT
As an important route for oil tankers bound for

Japan and other countries out of the Gulf, the


outflow of goods from Western China and
Central Asia reaching Gwadar will pass
through this overland trade route, Pakistan
can earn millions of dollars a year in terms of
cargo handling charges and also as freight
charges for import cargoes and export goods.

KARACHI-LAHORE MOTORWAY
Also known as "KLM
A high-speed, access-controlled, 6-lane

motorway that extends for 1,152km


Current Status: Under-construction
Divided into 4 sections:
1. Karachi-Hyderabad Motorway
2. Hyderabad-Sukkur Motorway
3. Sukkur-Multan Motorway
4. Multan-Lahore Motorway

333km

387km

296km

136km

The motorway will facilitate commutes

between Karachi and other cities including


Sukkur, Badin, Ghotki, Rohri, Dadu, Pano Aqil,
Abro, Rahim yar Khan, Sadiqabad, Zahir Pir,
Jalalpur Peerwala Abdul Hakim, Pir Mahal,
Mamo Kajan and Nankana Sahib
Planned Completion Date: September, 2017

4. PESHAWAR-KARACHI
MOTORWAY
Will be built automatically since

Peshawar is already connected to


Islamabad and Lahore through
Motorway
It will be having 2 route options to
travel from Peshawar to Karachi and
vice versa

The M8 will start fromRatoderoin Sindh

Province and enter Balochistan Province


passing near the towns of
Khuzdar,Awaran,Hoshab,Turbatbefore
joining theMakran Coastal Highwayjust east
of the port city ofGwadar
The M8 will cross theDasht Riverand pass
near theMirani Damin Balochistan Province

HAZARA MOTORWAY
Also called the E35 Expressway Motorway

An under-construction motorway linking


Hassan Abdal in Punjab with Haripur,
Havelian, Abbottabad and Mansehra

LENGTH

110 km

North
End

Shinkyari

South
End

Hassan Abdal

Lanes

Route
Start

Burhan Interchange

HISTORY OF KHUNJERAB RAILWAY


CONSTRUCTION
In 2007, consultantswere engaged to

investigate the construction of a railway


through this pass to connectChinawith
transport in Pakistani-administered northern
areas ofKashmir
A feasibility study started in November 2009
for a line connectingHavelian750km
(466mi) away in Pakistan
andKashgar350km (217mi) in China

KHUNJERAB
RAILWAY
Pakistan awarded a Rs72 million (US$1.2 million) contract

to an international consortium to carry out a feasibility


study for establishing a rail link withChinato boost trade
relations between the two countries
The study will cover a 750-kilometre section
betweenHavelianand the 4,730-metre-highKhunjerab
Passover Mansehra district and the Karakoram Highway
Havellian is already linked with the rest of the rail network
in Pakistan; the Chinese will lay some 350km of track
within their own territory fromKashgar terminus up to the
Khunjerab Pass, linking Pakistan with China's rail network,
largely following the route of Karakoram Highway

KHUNJERAB
RAILWAY
TheKhunjerab railwayorKarakoram railwayis a proposed rail

link viaKhunjerab PassfromHunza Nagar DistrictinGilgit-Baltistan


to Kashgar

Khunjareb RAILWAY STATION

LAHORE METRO LINE TRAIN


An under-construction
metro train line project

When completed it will


connectRaiwind, Multan
Road, Mcleod Road,Lahore
Junction Railway
stationand the Grand Trunk
Road
It will be the first line of
theLahore Metro, which is
country's first massrapid

Project
Information
Current Status

Initial stages

Estimated completion time

27 months

Completion Date

March 2018

Project Cost

$1.6 billion

Project Details
Stations

26

Daily Ridership

250,000

Operation

Elevated and Underground

Line Length

27.1 km

Elevated Length

25.4

1. Ali Town 2. Niaz Baig 3. Canal View 4.Hanjarwal 5.Wahdat 6. Awan


7. Sabzazar 8.Shahnoor 9. Salahudin 10. Bund 11. Samanabad
12. Gulshan-e-Ravi 13.Chauborji 14. Lake Road CENTRAL
15.Lakshami 16.Sultanpura 17.University 18.Baghbanpura
19.Shalimar Gardens 20.Mint 21.Mahmood Islam Park
22.Salamalpura 23.Dera Gujran

2: ENERGY SECTOR
PROJECTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Sukhi Kinari Hydropower Project


Karot Hydropower Project
Zonergy Solar Power Project
Dawood Wind-power project
Sachal Wind-power project
Jhimpir Wind-power project
Port Qasim 2x660MW Coal-fired Power Plant
Thar Block II 2x330MW Coal Fired Power
project

Pakistans energy
demand
Electricity total installed capacity:22,797

MW
Electricity Sources
fossil fuel 14,635 MW 64.2% of total(oil-

35.2% + gas-29%)
hydro 6,611 MW 29% of total
nuclear 1,322 MW 5.8% of total
average demand-17,000 MW
shortfall-between 4,000 MW and 5,000 MW

SUKHI KINARI HYDROPOWER


PROJECT
1.

The project is located in the Kaghan Valley in

Mansehra District and is easily accessible


through a paved road
A run-of-the-river project
Poses minimal environmental and social
impacts
Moreover due to its high design head of 900
meters and relatively short Intake Structure
crest, it is considered one of the most cost
effective hydropower schemes in the region.

Power Generation: 840 MW


Designed to produce 2,958 GWh annually, this

mega project alone is expected to increase


Pakistans existing available power generation
capacity by more than 5%

720-MW Karot Hydroelectric


Project
2.

Located on Jhelum River


Powerhouse to be located in the province of

Punjab and the Karot Dam a gravity dam, will


be built on Jhelum River
Power Generation Capacity: 720MW

3. DAWOOD WIND-POWER
PROJECT
Location : Gharo (60 km east of Karachi)
Power Generation capacity: 50 MW
To be build by AChinese companyHydroChina

International Engineering Company


Cost: $120 million

4.

QUAID-E-AZAM SOLAR PARK

Located in Bahawalpur, Punjab


Status: Under-construction (First 100 MW completed)
It is a 1,000MW photovoltaic power

stationinBalochistan
The first 100 MW went operational in May 2015
100 MW capacity will be added at regular intervals
40,000 solar panels to be installed
Completion Date: By the end of 2016 (will generate
1000 MW since)
Cost: $131 million

3: SECURITY FOR CHINESE


ENGINEERS
About 12,000 security personnel to protect

Chinese workers on the corridor


8000 security officials already deployed for

the protection of 8,100 Chinese workers

ANYQUESTION????