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Monday, 17 July 2017 05:50

Dotara Carry Over Dam

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LOCATION

Dotara Dam site is located 41 km upstream of Khanpur Dam and 2.5 km downstream from the junction of Haro and Dhund Haro on Haro River near Dotara village, District Abbotabad.

OBJECTIVES

Municipal water supply by gravity flow to Islamabad & Rawalpindi.

Hydropower Potential

Margala Pumped Storage Scheme 200 MW, (122 m3/sec for 5 hours/day)
Water Supply Scheme for Islamabad & 10 MW Rawalpindi(6.5 m3/sec for 14 hours/day)

Main Components of Project

CURRENT STATUS

  • PC-II Proforma for Feasibility Study amounting to Rs. 236.250 Million was submitted to MoW&P on February 24, 2012.
  • WAPDA has requested MoW&P for early approval of the PC-II vide letter dated April 11, 2014.
  • PC-II was returned by MoW&P on March 21, 2016 with the remarks that if approval of PC-II is required, it may be submitted a fresh with committed source of financing in consultation with beneficiary department.
  • WAPDA has requested Capital Development Authority (CDA) on March 31, 2016 to provide funds being sole beneficiary of the project.
Dam near Dotara Village on Haro River
Dam Height 400 ft(122 m)
River Bed Level 2632 ft (AMSL)
Live Storage capacity 101, 000 Acre-ft
Dotara-Shahdara Gravity Tunnel
Length of tunnel 8.4 km
Diameter of tunnel 8.20 ft (2.5 m)
Flow Rate 194.25 cusecs (5.5 m3/s)
Shahdara Upper Reservoir
Dam Height 250 ft(70 m)
Length of Embankment 1850 ft (565 m)
Storage Capacity 27550 Acre-ft (34 Mm3)
Surface Area 218 acres (0.882 sq.km)
Length of Pressure tunnel 4.06 km
Diameter of pressure tunnel 18.50 ft (5.65 m)
Discharge in Pressure tunnel 4310 cusecs (122 m3/sec)
Gross Head available 640 ft (195 m)
Kot Hathial Lower Reservoir
Storage Capacity 3243 Acre-ft(4 Mm3)
Surface Area66 acres (0.267 sq.km)

COMPARISON OF SALIENT FEATURES 

PROJECT FEATURES DOTARA CARRYOVER DAM PROJECT

WATER SUPPLY FOR ISLAMABAD /RAWALPINDI FROM DOTARA CARRYOVER DAM (HARO RIVER) AND 200 MW MARGALA PUMPED STORAGE SCHEME

Dam near Dotara Village on Haro River
Dam Height (ft) 400 400
River Bed Level (ft) 2632 2632
Live Storage Capacity (MAF) 0.1 0.1
Catchment Area (Sq Mile) 130 130
Avg. Annual Inflow (Acre ft.) 97043 97043
Dotara-Shahdara Gravity Tunnel
Length of Tunnel (Miles) - 8.4
Diameter of Tunnel (ft) - 8.2
Flow Rate (Cusecs) - 194.25
Shahdara Upper Reservoir
Dam Height (ft) - 250
Length of Embankment (ft) - 1850
Storage Capacity (Acre ft) - 27550
Surface Area (Acres) - 218
Length of Pressure Tunnel (Miles) - 2.5
Diameter of Pressure Tunnel (ft) - 18.5
Discharge in Pressure Tunnel (Cfs) - 4310
Gross Head available (ft) - 640
Hydropower Potential (MW) - 200
Kot Hathial Lower Reservoir
Storage Capacity (Acre ft) - 3243
Surface Area (Acres) - 66
Monday, 17 July 2017 05:36

SUKLEJI DAM PROJECT (Site-C)

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The Sukleji Dam Project is proposed across Sukleji River at about 15 km from mauza Shoran, District Bolan and about 130 km south-west of Sibi, Balochistan.

1. OBJECTIVES

  • Irrigated Agriculture Development
  • Hydropower Generation
  • Flood Mitigation
  • Drinking Water Supply to nearby community
  • Fisheries Development
  • Ground Water Recharge
  • Socio-Economic Uplift of the Area

2.         SALIENT FEATURES

  • Dam Type
Roller Compacted Concrete
  • Dam Height
55 m
  • Dam Length
290 m
  • Catchment Area
2,020 km2
  • Average Annual Inflow
51.0 Mm3 (41,350 AF)
  • Reservoir Area
5.4 km2
  • Gross Storage
51.81 Mm3 (42,000 AF)
  • Culturalable Command Area
4,856 hectares (12,000 acres)
  • Power Generation
1.2 MW (Energy: 6.9 GWh)
  • Current Study
Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Tender Documents
  • Study Period
18 months
  • Study Cost
Rs. 302.448 Million

3. CURRENT STATUS

  • Feasibility Study of Sukleji Dam Project completed in 2008 under approvedPC-II Proforma. Due to geotechnical issues the Project was not considered technically feasible and economically viable.
  • On the recommendations of Feasibility Study, PC-II Proforma for Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Tender Documents at Site-C was submitted to MoW&P on July 30, 2009, which was not approved due tonon-allocation of project priority by Govt. of Balochistan.
  • Government of Balochistan has allocated its priority to the Project and advised to conduct Engineering Studies of Sukleji Dam Project (Site-C) on May 04, 2016.
  • Accordingly, WAPDA requested MoW&P for authorization to update the PC-II of subject Project to cater for the inflation / change in rates since 2009.
  • MoW&P on August 19, 2016 authorized WAPDA to submit the updated PC-II for consideration and approval of the competent forum.
  • PC-II Proforma submitted to WAPDA Standing Review Committee (SRC) on February 08, 2017. SRC cleared the PC-II Proforma on June 06, 2017.
Friday, 13 January 2017 05:54

Bara Dam Project

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Location
The proposed dam is located across Bara River at the confluence of Mastura River in Khyber Agency, FATA, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province
Salient Features
Dam Type Earth Core Rockfill Dam
Height of Dam 302 ft
Gross Storage Capacity 85,363 AF
Live Storage Capacity 62,434 AF
CCA 41,729 Acres
Power Generation 5.8 MW (38.1 GWh)
Execution by WAPDA
Commencement Date July, 2010
Financial Status Local (Rs. Million) FEC (Rs. Million) Total  (Rs. Million)
Original PC-I Cost 14,208.00 - 14208.00
1st Revised PC-I Cost 25,992.991 - 25,992.991

Status:                             Construction will be started after:

                                                 -Detailed Engineering Design and preparation of PC-I which is under finalization

                                                 -Availability of funds

                                                 -Improvement in security conditions of the area

Incharge of the Project:  General Manager (Hydro) Planning

Friday, 13 January 2017 05:41

Tank Zam Dam Project

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Location
Tank Zam Dam Project is proposed across Tank Zam River near Hinis Tangi, at about 30 miles from D.I. Khan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province
Salient Features
Dam Type Earth fill Dam
Height of Dam 292   ft
Gross Storage Capacity 345,000 AF
Live Storage Capacity 289,000 AF
CCA 35,000 Acres
Power Generation 25.5 MW
Execution by WAPDA
Commencement Date December, 2010
Financial Status Local (Rs. Million) FEC (Rs. Million) Total  (Rs. Million)
Original PC-I Cost 14,208.00 - 14,208.00

Status                              Construction will be started after:

                                                 -Preparation and approval of Revised PC-I

                                                 -Availability of funds

                                                 -Improvement in security conditions of the area

Incharge of the Project:  General Manager (Hydro) Planning

Friday, 13 January 2017 04:16

Hingol Dam Project

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Location
The proposed Hingol Dam is located on Hingol River at a distance of 19 km on North of the Makran Coastal Highway and about 248 km from north-west of Karachi in Lasbela district of Balochistan.
Salient Features
Dam Type Earth & Rockfill
Height of Dam 174 ft
Gross Storage Capacity 1.206 MAF
Live Storage Capacity 0.658 MAF
CCA 65,000 Acres
Power Generation 1.37 MW
Execution by WAPDA
Donor Agency Govt. of Pakistan through PSDP
Commencement Date January, 2010
Completion Date Not yet commenced
Financial Status Local (Rs. Million) FEC (Rs. Million) Total  (Rs. Million)
Original PC-I Cost 272.824 - 272.824

Status

                          Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of PC-1 & Tender Documents is in progress

Incharge of the Project    General Manager (Hydro) Planning

Friday, 13 January 2017 03:31

Bhimber Dam Project

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Location
Bhimber Dam site is located about 10 km Up Stream Bhimber-Gujrat Road Bridge on Bhimber Nullah in District Bhimber, Azad Kashmir
Salient Features
Dam Type Earth & Rockfill
Height of Dam 192 ft
Gross Storage Capacity 40,000 AF
Live Storage Capacity 28,700 AF
CCA 24,710 Acres
Power Generation 2 MW
Execution by Feasibility Study will be carried out by WAPDA
Donor Agency From WAPDA own resources
Commencement Date July, 2016 (Expected)
Completion Date Study Period: 9 months
Financial Status Local (Rs. Million) FEC (Rs. Million) Total  (Rs. Million)
Original PC-I Cost

86.089

- 86.089

Status

WAPDA requested Govt. of AJ&K on October 28, 2015, being sole beneficiary of the project,to arrange funds amounting to Rs 86.089 Million

Incharge Of The Project      General Manager (Hydro) Planning

Monday, 09 January 2017 15:19

Chinot DAM Project

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CHINIOT DAM PROJECT

Location
The dam site is located about 176 km downstream Marala Headworks and about 5 km from the Chiniot City and approximately 100 meter up stream of existing
Railway Bridge on Chenab River.
Salient Features
Dam Type Homogeneous earthfill
Height of Dam 55 ft
Gross Storage Capacity 1.0 MAF
Live Storage Capacity 1.0 MAF
Power Generation 69 MW
Execution by Feasibility Study will be carried out by WAPDA
Donor Agency Rs. 50 million to be provided by GoP through PSDP and         Rs. 96.330 million to be funded by WAPDA from its own resources.
Commencement Date January, 2016
Completion Date Study Period: 12 months
Financial Status Local (Rs. Million) FEC (Rs. Million) Total  (Rs. Million)
Original PC-I Cost

146.330

- 146.330
PSDP Allocation FY 2015-16 50.000 - 50.000
Status:-

-  CDWP in its meeting held on 04.03.2015 approved the project at a cost of Rs.146.330 million to carryout Feasibility study of the Project from in house resources of WAPDA.

-  Desk study is in progress.

Incharge of the Project:-

General Manager (Hydro) Planning

Installation of Pilot Treatment Plant Along RBOD System

  1. Project Background
 

Pakistan's economic potential is unlimited due to its strong agricultural base, human resource, its climate and geographic position but water might be one serious bottleneck to its growth. Therefore, we need a paradigm shift and should focus on water conservation and management approach to fulfill the needs of growing population.

Considering water scarcity in the Country, the Drainage Effluent of Right Bank Command Area of Sukkur and Guddu Barrages is about 750,000 acres ft. which should not be wasted or disposed of unutilized into the sea/ lake. It has to be used as such or after treatment for drinking, agriculture, fisheries or other economical uses.

In recognition of this need, WAPDA under the directions of the President of Pakistan carried out Feasibility Studies through Consultants during Year 2009 and 2010  for treatment and reuse of RBOD effluent.

In the feasibility study, the Consultants proposed installation of Treatment Plants along RBOD system so that the hazardous base flow of RBOD Effluent can be treated for its various uses. As first step, a Pilot Treatment Plant at RD + 93 of MNVD (RBOD) will be installed. Location map of the Pilot Project site attached vide (Figure-I).    

During a presentation on May 18, 2010 at Karachi, the President of Pakistan appreciated the initiatives introduced by WAPDA regarding water conservation strategy through reutilization plan for RBOD effluent and approved the plan for Installation of Pilot Treatment Plant Project. PC-1 of the Project prepared by WAPDA was approved by the ECNEC in its meeting held on 26.05.2011 at the rationalized cost of Rs 3353.373 Million subject to availability of foreign funding.

  1. Salient Features 
  • Project Location Plant will be installed on left side of MNVD

                                                                            at RD + 93 in Johi Tehsil of District Dadu

  • Type of Plant                                                      Pellet Extraction + RO
  • Design Capacity                                                            40 (+ 15%) cusecs
  • Area to be benefited                                          10,984 acres
  • Access Road                                                      6.25 miles
  • Link Channels                                                   49,600 ft.
  • Structures

·         Cross Drainage Culverts                            25 Nos.

·         Aqueduct                                                       01 No.

·         Culverts across Link Channels                 06 Nos.

·         Water Distribution Tank                              01 No.

  • Electricity Network                                             15 km long HT Line
  • Project Cost                                                   Rs. 3353.373 M
  • Project Annual Benefits                                 Rs. 643.680 M
  • Project Annual O&M Cost                             Rs. 237.000 M
  • B/C Ratio                                                             1.18 : 1
  • EIRR                                                                    15.06%
  1. Project Objectives/Benefits

 

  • Provide 28958 Acre ft of water for irrigation of 10,984 acres of land.
  • Availability of 20 lac gallons per day of potable water for about 05 lac of local populace residing in Dadu, Johi Towns and adjoining villages of Project area.
  • Extraction of salts as byproduct which covers about 50-60% of the O&M cost.
  • Conservation of Ecology of Manchar Lake by treating hazardous effluent of RBOD.
  • Socio-economic uplift and poverty reduction.

4.         Updated Progress

 

 

Ø  The Consultants have completed the Evaluation Report of 1st Stage Bids for EPC Contract for Installation of Pilot Treatment Plant submitted by pre-qualified Bidders which is under process for approval by competent authority. However, further tendering process has been withheld due to non-availability of requisite funds and observations of Ministry of Planning, Development & Reforms (MPD&R), Islamabad in May 2014 regarding implementation of the Project by WAPDA in the post 18th Constitutional Amendment scenario.

  • WAPDA’s view point on the observations of Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms and clear stance of GOS regarding implementation of the Project by WAPDA stands furnished to Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms, Islamabad through Ministry of Water & Power, Islamabad. However, the matter is yet to be resolved since the consultative meeting scheduled on 03.07.2015 in Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms, Islamabad has been postponed besides only Rs 01 Million has been allocated for the Project under PSDP 2015-16 against WAPDA’s demand of Rs 2200 Million.
  • The Consultants have also submitted the Draft Tender Documents for Infrastructure Development Component works (Access Road, Irrigation, Water Supply & Electricity Networks etc.). However, the tendering process has not been initiated due to
    non-availability of requisite funds for the main EPC Contract.
  • The construction of camp colony and offices for the Pilot Project has been completed. The land acquisition process for the land required for Pilot Treatment Plant has been initiated and Gazette Notification under Section-4, 6 and 17 of Land Acquisition Act issued.

Ø  The treatment and re-use of RBOD effluent by installing Treatment Plants along RBOD is one of proposed solutions submitted to Honourable Supreme Court of Pakistan in Suo Moto Case No.10 of 2010 to address issue of contamination of water of Manchar Lake. However, during hearing of Suo Moto Case on 18-08-2015 the Honourable Court directed Secretary Planning, Development & Reforms Islamabad to submit revise Plan immediately to address the issue. Accordingly, the Secretary Ministry of Planning Development & Reforms Islamabad submitted a revised plan. Subsequently, the Honourable Court in their Order dated 17-09-2015 mentioned that “insofar as installation of the treatment plant on the RBOD is concerned, we have been informed that this project has been abandoned due to a massive funding issue.”

Ø  WAPDA has requested to Ministry of Water & Power, Islamabad for obtaining advice from Ministry of Planning, Development & Reforms, Islamabad regarding future course of action to be adopted in the matter.

 

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