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114 MW HFO Fired Power Plant Project – Feni, Bangladesh

Project Name  114 MW HFO Fired Power Plant Project, Feni, Bangladesh
Employer Feni Lanka Power Limited (a subsidiary co. of Lakdhanavi Ltd, Sri Lanka)
EPC Contractor Infra and Engineering (Pvt) Ltd, (a subsidiary co. of Lakdhanavi Ltd, Sri Lanka)
Power Generation Equipment supplier Wartsila
Power Generation Equipment 6 x 18V50
Interconnection facility 5 km 132 kV single circuit transmission line and substation bay extension (GIS) at FENI – AIS substation
Scope of Work

The scope of work under the turnkey contract inter- alia, encompasses design & engineering, procurement, construction, installation, testing & commissioning.

Infra and Engineering (Pvt) Ltd. which is a fully owned subsidiary of Lakdhanavi Limited (“Lakdhanavi”) is assigned as the EPC contractor with joint and several responsibilities assigned to Lakdhanavi for the implementation of 114 MW HFO Fired Power Plant Project, Feni, Bangladesh. Entire civil construction activities are also under the scope of the EPC contractor, including piling, all foundations, substructures and building works. A 132 kV switchyard consist of two numbers of 85MVA transformers and two transformer bays and one line bay, which will be constructed within the power plant premises. A 5 km transmission line will be constructed for power evacuation. Existing substation in Feni which is owned by Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) is an Air Insulated Switchgear (AIS). Considering the limitations in space, EPC contractors is entrusted to construct a Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) substation. EPC contractor’s scope of work also includes supply and installation of power generation equipment, where it is required to undertake heavy equipment transport from Mongla port to site.

The Power plant is expected to declare commercial operation by September 2019.

The video has been recorded during construction, in May 2019.

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