BCGCL Floats Tender for Coal Gasification Project at Odisha

The date for pre-bid has been scheduled on 28.06.2024 and interested bidders can share their queries by 21.06.2024.

BCGCL Floats Tender for Coal Gasification Project at Odisha

Bharat Coal Gasification and Chemicals Limited (BCGCL), a joint venture company of CIL and BHEL has floated a tender document for selection of an LSTK-2 contractor for the ‘Coal to Ammonium Nitrate’ Project in Odisha.

The tender is available with a tender number, PNMM/PC288/E/001, and the tender title, "Bharat Coal Gasification and Chemicals Limited, BCGCL”, on the CPP portal. The LSTK-2 tender deals with a Syngas Purification Plant and ammonia Synthesis gas plant that will purify the raw syngas produced from the coal gasifier and make it suitable for ammonia synthesis.

The date for pre-bid has been scheduled on 28.06.2024 and interested bidders can share their queries by 21.06.2024.

 

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The Packaging Philosophy for the execution of the project has been finalized as partial LSTK mode wherein four LSTK packages and 29 other offsites & utilities packages that will be done on EPC mode have been identified. Out of four LSTK packages, three packages namely LSTK-2, LSTK-3, and LSTK-4 will be executed through the tendering route and the remaining LSTK-1 will be done by BHEL on a nomination basis.

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 A land of around 350 acres is readily available with the CIL and the off-take of the final product Ammonium Nitrate will be taken by CIL and will be used in explosive activity for mining of coal. This will be the first commercial Coal gasification plant that showcases the indigenous coal gasification technology developed by BHEL.

The Ministry of Coal launched financial support to promote coal/lignite gasification projects of government PSUs and the private sector. The Financial Incentive is divided into three categories. The project is expected to be the first to qualify for the benefit of Rs 1350 crores under Category-1.

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