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$600 million oil refinery to be set up in Ndola
TIME PUBLISHED - Friday, October 21, 2011, 4:28 am
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A US$600 million oil refinery is planned to be set up in Ndola under a public private partnership (PPP) to compliment Government’s efforts in finding a long-term solution to high fuel prices and shortages.
Bwana Mukubwa Oil Refinery, which will be situated at the Sub-Sahara Gemstone Exchange Industrial park in Ndola, is expected to refine about five million litres of fuel monthly and will reduce the cost of fuel by about 30 percent.
Sub Sahara Gemstone Exchange Industrial park president Phesto Musonda said Bwana Mukubwa Oil Refinery will also create business opportunities for firms that were awarded licenses to explore for oil and in various parts of the country.
Mr Musonda said Bwana Mukubwa Oil Refinery will soon submit a proposal to Government, adding that the firm has been engaging Indeni Petroleum refinery and Tanzania Zambia Mafuta (TAZAMA) on the project.
He said establishing the refinery will take about five years and plans are underway to engage Indeni management to run the facility once complete.
Mr Musonda said in an interview on October 20, that apart from refining crude oil, the firm will produce gas, wax and fertilisers as by products.
He said the country is recording huge investments in the mining, agriculture and tourism sectors adding that adequate and affordable fuel is important if the sectors are to fully develop.
“Fuel plays a major role in any economy and reducing the cost will reduce the cost of doing business…We want to go back to the days when fuel was affordable so that farmers can have diesel for their irrigation system and fuel to easily transport farm produce to the markets,” he said.
Mr Musonda said it is sad that fuel remains expensive in the country and this has imparted negatively on all sectors of the economy.
He however expressed optimism that the Commission of Inquiry Government has set up will help find a lasting solution to the challenges affecting the energy sector.
Mr Musonda also called on Government to fully support the project.
[Zambia Daily Mail]
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Ndola Energy to build $50m power plant
By TRYNESS MBALE

THE Ndola Energy Company Limited (NECL) plans to construct a 50 megawatt (MW) heavy fuel power plant at a cost of US$50 million.
The power plant will be done in two phases of 25 MW each because of cost constraints.
According to the environmental impact assessment (EIA), the company which was formerly known as Concordia Energy Group, the project was necessitated by the need of registering a local company to take over the operations of Concordia Energy Group ,who were the originators of this project.
“ NECL will inject more than US$10 million to the Zambian national economy in the initial implementation phase of 25MW.This will be upgraded to US$50 million when upgrading the project to 50 MW in the final phase and all this will be injected to the country’s economy and in particular Ndola City,” it reads.
The report notes the project will involve the construction of the main powerhouse buildings, offices, oil storage tanks, paved car park, substations and transmission lines.
“The objective purpose of undertaking this project is to try and meet some of the power demand to bridge the deficit in Zambia’s electric power generation,” it reads.
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Ndola to get new $3m lime plant


By TRYNESS MBALE
NEELKANTH Lime Zambia Limited plans se to set up a lime plant in Ndola at a cost of US$3.3 million.
The project is expected to create employment for about 150 people during the construction phase and about 600 people during the operational phase.
Neelkanth intends to mine limestone and process it to produce quick and hydrated lime.
According to the Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIA) received by the Zambia Environmental Management Agency, at full capacity the plant will produce a combined total of about 183,600 tonnes per annum of quicklime and hydrated lime.
“The estimated cost of the project is about US$3.3 million and the project lifespan is 30 years while the size of the project area is 150 hectares” reads the EIA.
The report says some limestone will be sourced from on-site quarries while the rest will be brought from existing quarry operations surrounding the project area.
The implementation of the project will have some negative and positive effects on the environment and the community.
Some of negative effects are the involuntary resettlement of some households and agricultural fields, water, air and soil pollution.
While the positives are employment creation for locals and infrastructure development such as schools, shops and a water treatment plant.
The implementation of the proposed project will result in involuntary resettlement of some households and agricultural fields.

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