投资金额：$ 110亿元 BOOT
The Ministry of Energy of Mongolia (MoEM) is planning to undertake a Coal Fired Power Plant project at Shivee-Ovoo mine, Mongolia.
The project involves the construction of a 9,240MW coal-fired power plant comprising 14 units, each with a power generating capacity of 660MW.
The project includes the construction of a switch yard for power evacuation, power house, and a substation, the installation of turbines, generators, transformers, and air-cooled condenser and the laying of 800kW DC transmission lines with transmission capacity of 8million kW.
Economic Consulting Associates Ltd has been appointed as a consultant for the project.
In 2010, the negotiations were held between the Mongolian and Chinese Working groups regarding the terms of General agreement for the project.
On November 10, 2015, the State Grid Corporation of China (SGSC) and MoEM have signed an agreement on the feasibility studies.
In November 2015, Chinese government announced US$1,000 million funding for the development.
On April 13, 2016, consultative meeting was held expressing the opinion on development of the project to resolve the relevant permits and improving relations and communications between state organizations.
Feasibility study activities are currently underway, while the government is also looking for potential investors for the development of the project. The investors are required to review the geological analysis and studies which were previously carried out to check the project meet the requirements of investors.
Construction is expected to commence in 2017 with completion anticipated in 2020.
A Coal-Fired Power Plant project is planned for construction at Shivee-Ovoo mine, which is located 260km south-east of Ulaanbaatar.
The aim of the project is to meet increasing domestic power demand, especially from the rapidly expanding mining sector and also to enhance power generation in the country and meet the growing demand for power within the region.
In November 2005, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the project was signed between MoEM and Development and Renovation Committee of China on cooperation in the fuel and energy sector for the development of the project. Subsequently, a pre-feasibility study had been undertaken by the State Grid Corporation of China.
Initially, the project is planned to be implemented on Build Own Operate and Transfer (BOOT) basis, with the capacity of 270MW. Later, based on the project’s potential water supply, coal mining operations, preliminary engineering plan and other data, the Chinese professionals suggested building a complex (opencast mine) with 34 million tonnes per annum (TPA) of coal production capacity, and a 9,240MW high-tech power plant.