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BIG UP TPDC KWA Kuamua kuwekeza kwenye miundo mbinu ya Gas ili tuwe kama URUSI

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  1. Mpendanchi-2

    Mpendanchi-2 JF-Expert Member

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    Tanzania, China seal 532km gas pipeline deal








    [​IMG] Two gas processing plants generating 3900MW also expected to be constructed




    Energy and Minerals minister William Ngeleja briefs journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday on plans to generate 3,900 MW using natural gas. To his right is the ministry’s permanent secretary, Eliakim Maswi.


    Tanzania and China have signed a USD1.0 billion agreement for the construction of a 532-km gas pipeline from Mnazi Bay and Songo Songo to Dar es Salaam in efforts to ease power shortage in the country.
    The pact also involves the construction of two gas processing plants able to generate 3,900 megawatts.
    Energy and Minerals minister William Ngeleja told journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the contract was signed in Beijing on Tuesday after the government of Tanzania convinced China’s Exim Bank to provide it with a soft loan.
    He said Tanzania will contribute one-tenth of the total cost, with the Chinese government covering the remaining 90 per cent, adding that implementation of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) pact envisages increased production of gas to be used in generating power in the country.
    According to the minister, the project will be implemented in two phases – the first involving the construction of a 24-inch gas cylinder for the 25km from Songo Songo Island to Somanga Fungu in Kilwa District and a 36-inch gas pipeline for the 207 km from Somanga Fungu to Dar es Salaam.
    He said the second phase would meanwhile entail the construction of a 36-inch gas pipeline for the 285km from Mnazi Bay to Somanga Fungu.
    He noted that preparations for the implementation of the project would start in the second week of next month, with experts from the China Petroleum Technology and Development Corporation (CPTDC) conducting a feasibility study.
    “Experts from (Tanzania’s) Ardhi University have started carrying out Environment and Social Impact Assessment in the areas where the gas pipeline will pass. The government has already set aside 6.5bn/- for use by the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) in implementing the work, including compensating people who will be affected by the project,” explained Ngeleja.
    He said the project was officially scheduled for completion by March 2013 but owing to the seriousness of the power crisis facing the county, the government had requested CPTDC to speed up the construction and have the project done by December 2012.
    “The completion of the project will enable the 36-inch gas cylinder to produce 784 million standard cubic feet of gas per day capable of powering 3,900 MW,” he said.
    He also pointed out that the new demand for power generated from natural gas is estimated to reach 1,583MW by 2015, adding that the current demand countrywide does not exceed 1,000MW.
    The minister also noted that all that Tanzania currently has is a 16-inch pipeline capable of transporting 105 million standard cubic feet of gas per day.
    He said that infrastructure for the project will be wholly owned by the government through TPDC.
    Meanwhile, minister Ngeleja said the government is contemplating measures to take after receiving an official report on the High Court decision to register a 94bn/- award settlement applied for by Dowans Holding SA and Dowans Tanzania Limited against the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco).
    “I have just read the news in the media and I am waiting for the official report to reach my table and, as a government, we will thereafter decide what to do next,” he said.
    On Wednesday the High Court registered the hotly contested 94bn/- award settlement applied for by Dowans Holding SA and Dowans Tanzania Limited against Tanesco, bringing to the fore the issue of who would pay the hefty amount of money.
    The High Court threw out an objection filed by Tanesco against the registration of the award. It also ordered Tanesco to pay the cost Dowans incurred on the case.


    SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN

    This is out of the best project to benefit the Nation. In all Developed countries Gas supply and Oil supply infrastructures are whole owned by Government through its Institutions/corporations or national oil companies. The Songosongo Gas pipeline was a mistakke government ever did to allow a privvate investor to own!! and charging 17% of any thing pass through. Millions of dolar have been lost to SONGAS. Now I wish all the best for TPDC to finalize the Construction and commissioning. This will also make Tanzania the Giant of Gas in East Africa like Rusia which control Europe for supply of gas.
     
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    Makupa JF-Expert Member

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    big up Tpdc,however Songas are very likely to sobotage this project ;walai
     
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    Mapujds JF-Expert Member

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    Duu,hizo takwimu za 3900MW,zinaniogopesha nahisi ngeleja ananiigunga tu.
     
  4. Mpendanchi-2

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    You are right

    Songas na Panafrican Energy hakukaliki ofisini kwao wamehangaika sana ku subotage lakini hadi sasa wanakata tamaa, maana wameshakwenda hadi Ikulu kuvuruga ila imeshindikana
     
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    mi siwezi kusifia maneno matupu,hadi nikiona awamu ya kwanza ya mradi nitasifia,ingawa kama kweli wamewaambia ndugu zetu wa china kwa kina wanaweza kutusaidia.ila viongozi wetu siwa amini.
     
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    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    Isije ikawa wamepigwa madongo Igunga ndo wakaja na huo mpango!
    Kwangu wachina iyo project wakiwapa mwaka unatosha ni km chache sana izo.
    Ila wazee wa Songas sasa watafunga virago au?
    My plea to the government mradi ukikamilika bei ya umeme ishuke!
     
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    Kituko JF-Expert Member

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    kwa nini ije dar na sio Kufungua Plannt na Power generation hukohuko Lindi/Mtwara na huku zikaja waya tu?
    hivi kila kitu mpaka Dar tu, Dar imeshajaa
     
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    Makupa JF-Expert Member

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    Basi mungu mkubwa kama serikali imeshaliona hilo ni hatua nzuri na muhimu ya kumiliki miundo mbinu ya gas kama nchi nyingine duniani wanavyofanya ila wasiwasi bado ninao hasa wale wafanyakazi wa pale.wizarani usishangae wakatao ushauri ambao utawabeba hawa.wezi yani songas na panafrica
     
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    Wath out the "PAN AFRICAN ENERGY & CO." This is a very dangerous group to "anything so called energy breakthrough in Tz".
    Iwe ni kuzalisha umeme, kuendesha magari au mitambo, iwe ni kupikia au vyovyote; THEY JUST BLOCK THEM.

    Kama ni mkopo tusisikie mwenye hisa mwingine zaidi ya TPDC. Pia wadau INGEFAA SANA TUKIPATA HUO MKATABA HAPA ILI TUJIRIDHISHE.
     
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    Watanzania ni mabingwa wa kujifariji kwa mambo wasiyoyaona wala kuyatenda, sisadiki mpaka nione
     
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    Mweeee
     
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    Madcheda JF-Expert Member

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    Haya mahesabu ya Megawatts zimeshanichosha,mana tangu ngeleja ameanza nazan saiv tushafikisha megawatts 10,000
     
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    Good step in the right direction.... But where does this leave the proposed NSSF gas pipeline from Mnazi Bay?

    Anyone with any idea?
     
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    NSSF wakati mwingine hutaka ujiko tu ili waonekane na serikali kama wanajari, projects zote za pipeline na desing zote wameishia nazo mfukoni. Wana waza too many projects wakati utekelezaji zero. daraja liko wapi la kigamboni!! mara umeme kinyerezi, mara umeme mchuchuma na sasa wameanzisha bima ya mazishi ya watanzania wanaoishi nje ya nje!!!! Tanzania ili eendelee inahitaji watendaji siyo waandika makaratasi.
     
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    Nadhani huo sio mradi mkubwa kubuniwa, tatizo ni impementation. Maneno matupu.
     
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    Mbona hatu THINK BIG ?

    Sasa Matumizi yakifika 5,000MW tuta jenga tena PIPE nyingine?
    Maana ile ya mwazo isha zidiwa inaonekana ilikuwa ya TWU MEGAWAT 100/200.
    Mh!!! Sisi tukoje jamani?
     
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    Kibanga Ampiga Mkoloni JF-Expert Member

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    Nasikia sasa hivi wanakuaj na UMEME wa MKONGE watu wanimizwa kulima MKONGE kwa WINGI kuiuzia NSSF kwa ajili ya UMEME!

    watanzania Bwana!
     
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    Mnhhhhhh mkonge tena ngoja tusubirie tuone!!!
     
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    Hizo Megawatt 3900 MW ni nyingi sana , kama tangu tupate uhuru miaka 50 demand ni 800MW unafikiri itachukua miaka mingapi hadi kufikia MW3900, ni zaidi ya miaka 40 hiyo tena. Economics za bomba nazo zina hesabu zake ukikosea zitakuletea Net Present Value = Zero, hivyo huwezi kupata mkopo. Kwa hiyo lazima size ya bomba lisizidi
     
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