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Steel Complex (SCL), a subsidiary of KSICL has proposed plans to revamp
the existing Kozhikode plant in Kerala. SAIL has taken over 50% of shares
from SCL and hence, the company is a JV between SAIL & government of
Kerala. As part of the revamping programme, the unit envisages setting up
of a 50,000 TPA rolling mill for production of TMT bars. As of May 2008,
an MoU has been signed between SAIL and government of Kerala.

Transworld Services is planning to set up a sponge iron plant in Bastar dist.
of Chhattisgarh. The plant envisages a capacity of 200 TPD and entails an
investment of Rs.185 million. Land has been acquired and the feasibility
report & the detailed project report (DPR) have been prepared. Consultants
& equipment suppliers are yet to be appointed. As of May 2008, clearances
and allocation of coal mines are awaited.

Power Generation

Mukesh Gupta Group has announced plans to set up a 100 MW coal-based
thermal power plant at Tadali in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. The
detailed project report (DPR) has been prepared and the company is scouting
for land. Negotiations are underway with potential consultants and suppliers.
The project is scheduled for completion in 18 months from the date of
implementation.

Athena Chhattisgarh Power is planning to set up a 1,200 MW (2x600) coal
based thermal power project at Dumarpali in Raigarh district. The project is
to be implemented by Green Infrastructure and Athena Group. Energy
Infratech, Hyderabad is the project consultant. As of May 2008, land
acquisition is under progress and detailed project report is yet to be prepared.
EPC contractors are yet to be finalized. The first unit is expected to be
completed in 36 months from the date of award of contract and the second
unit in 4 months thereafter.

Himachal Hydel Projects is planning to set up a 4.5 MW Kurhed hydel
project in Chamba district of HP. The canal based project is located near
river Kurhed Nallah, a tributary of river Ravi. The project entails an
estimated cost of Rs.300 million. Indo Canadian Consultancy Services,
Noida is the technical consultant. Boving Fouress, Bengalooru has been
appointed as the turnkey contractor. As of May 2008, detailed project report
has been prepared and necessary clearances were obtained. Civil works are
likely to commence shortly and the project is scheduled for completion by
the second quarter of 2010.

LANCO Infratech has announced plans to set up 2 coal based thermal power
plants in UP. The project details are given below:

      ● Prayagraj Power Project envisages a capacity of 1,980 MW
        (3x660) in Allahabad district.
      ● Sangam Power Project envisages a capacity of 1,320 MW (2x660)
        in Allahabad district.

The generated power of 90% will be sold to UP government and the rest
through merchant power suppliers. The projects include all the required
infrastructure linkages like road, water, fuel and rail. Both the projects
entails an estimated cost of Rs.140,000 million. As of May 2008, the
proposals are in the preliminary stage.

Engineering

Commercial Engineers & Body Builders Co (CEBBCO) is setting up a
manufacturing unit for refrigerated sandwich panel vans in Jabalpur district
of MP. The unit is to be implemented in a JV with Lamberet Constructions
Isothermes, France in 2 phases. The new sandwich panels will be made from
layers of gel, coat, resin and fibre-glass. Phase I programme envisages a
capacity of 800 units/yr and phase II programme with a capacity of 400
units/yr. Lamberet Constructions Isothermes, France along with an in-house
team is rendering project & technical consultancy. Major equipment is being
supplied by the JV partner. As of May 2008, erection of machinery is under
progress. Phase I programme is slated for completion by August 2008 and
phase II by September 2009.

Tata Ryerson is setting up a plate burning & fabricating plant at Tada in
Nellore district of AP. The company is to manufacture components for use
in earth moving equipment industry. The project entails an estimated
investment of Rs.450 million. An in-house team rendering project &
technical consultancy. Messer, China is the major equipment supplier.
Sijcon Architects & Engineering Consultants, Ahmedabad is the civil &
electrical consultant. As of May 2008, civil works are under progress. The
unit is scheduled for completion by September 2008.
ECI Infra Tower Co is setting up a manufacturing facility for galvanized
steel structural towers at Kaweli in Medak district of AP. The facility
envisages a capacity of 5,000 TPA entails an approx. investment of Rs.250
million. Project & technical consultancy is being rendered an in-house team.
Ficep SPA, Italy is the major equipment supplier. As of April 2008, civil
works are under progress. The unit is slated for completion by September
2008.

Metallurgical Industries

Shree Shyam Sponge & Power is expanding its sponge iron plant at
Bacchera in Raipur district of Chhattisgarh. The expansion is to double its
capacity from 100 TPD to 200 TPD. Industrial Technical Consultant, Raipur
is the project & technical consultant for the project. BeeKay Engineering
Corp, Bhilai is the major equipment supplier. As of April 2008, civil works
are in progress. The expansion is slated for completion by July 2008.

Khosla Foundry is setting up a 3,000 TPM foundry unit catering to
automobile tractors at Aurangabad in Faridabad district of Haryana. The unit
entails an investment of Rs.400 million. An in-house team is rendering
project & technical consultancy. Vardhman Precision Profiles & Tubes, New
Delhi is the civil contractor. DISA India, Bengalooru is the major equipment
supplier. Raw materials are to be procured from Tata Metaliks, Kolkata and
local vendors in Agra. As of May 2008, civil works are under progress. The
unit is expected to be completed by third quarter of 2008.

Mukesh Gupta Group is setting up a 200 TPD (2x100) sponge iron plant in
Tadali in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra. The project includes setting up
of a 25 MW dual-fuel (coal & WHR) based captive power plant (CPP) in
phase I and a capacity addition of 6 MW CPP & a steel melting shop in
phase II. Phase I programme entails an estimated investment of Rs.1,000
million. An in-house team is rendering project & technical consultancy and
external consultants may be appointed based on the requirements. Indure,
New Delhi has been awarded the turnkey contract for the CPP. As of April
2008, civil works are under progress. Phase I programme is scheduled for
completion by the first quarter of 2009 and the phase II by the end of 2009.
Power Generation

Chhattisgarh State Electricity Board is setting up an additional coal based
thermal units in 2 locations. The project details are given below:

       ● Setting up of a 1x500 MW at Korba West thermal power project.
       ● Setting up of a 2x500 MW at Marwa thermal power project in
         Janjgir-Champa district.

BHEL has been awarded the supply and installation of main plant contract
package at a cumulative cost of Rs.33,680 million. The scope of work
includes design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection &
commissioning of steam turbines, generators, boilers, associated auxiliaries,
piping & electrical besides state of the art controls & instrumentations.

Bhoruka Power Corp is setting up a 6 MW (4x1.5) Dadupur hydel power
project in Yamunanagar district of Haryana. The project entails an
investment of Rs.420 million. P&R Consultants & Developers, Chandigarh
is the civil contractor and Boving Fouress, Bengalooru is the electro &
mechanical contractor. As of May 2008, civil works have been initiated. The
project is scheduled for completion by the first quarter of 2009.

R.M. Mohite Textiles is setting up a 10 MW dam based hydel power project
in Kolhapur district of Maharashtra. The dam based power plant is located
on River Radhanagari.

An investment of Rs.340 million is entailed. The company’s in-house team
is rendering the technical consultancy services. As of May 2008, civil works
are nearing completion and the project is scheduled for completion by July
2008.

Swasti Power Engineering is setting up a 22.5 MW (3x7.5) Bhilangana
hydel power project at Ghansali in Tehri district of Uttarkhand. The project
is a run-of-the river scheme on the river Bhilangana, a tributary of river
Ganga. Consulting Engineering Services, Delhi is the technical consultant
and IVRCL, Hyderabad is the turnkey contractor. The first unit with a
capacity of 7.5 MW is slated for completion by June 2008 and the entire
project is scheduled to be completed by the last quarter of 2008.
Roads & Highways

Meenaskhi Infrastructures is implementing a road construction project on
BOT basis in MP. The project comprises of design, construction,
development, finance, operation and maintenance between Lakhnadon and
Seoni from KM-II scheme. The scope of the work involves widening of the
existing 2 lane to 4 lane road section with divided carriageway facility,
including strengthening of the existing road. The project entails an estimated
cost of Rs.2,400 million with a concession period of 25 years. As of April
2008, the construction work is in progress and is scheduled for completion
by September 2009.

Engineering

Caparo India has recently commissioned a state of the art engineering
complex at Sriperumbudur near Chennai in TN. The complex is to spread
over 120 acres and comprising of a stamping unit, research & development
centre, tool room, an aluminium foundry and the forging unit. An investment
of Rs.10,500 million is entailed. The unit will house manufacturing facilities
for tubular parts, automotive braking systems, fasteners, composite materials
and testing. Plans are also on the anvil to set up a new unit at Nilakottai in
TN catering to TAFE. Another proposal of modernization & expansion at its
Dewas facility in MP with an estimated cost of Rs.1,100 million and its
capacity will be doubled.