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Sinoma to expand Lucky Cement's WHR capacity

12 May 2021, Published under Cement News

Pakistan’s Lucky Cement has signed an agreement with Sinoma Energy Conservation for the expansion of its two waste heat recovery (WHR) units in Pezu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The capacity of the two plants is expected to advance by around 4MW. The companies have worked together since 2008 on the original WHR lines at Pezu with a generating capacity of 10MW each, as well as the 15MW Karachi EFG power plant project and a waste heat boiler extension in Karachi.

Shree Cement places WHR order

05 March 2021, Published under Cement News

India’s Shree Cement has placed an order for two WHR boilers from ISGEC Heavy Engineering for its Raipur plant. A PH boiler will be set up at the preheater exhaust, while an AQC boiler will be installed at the cooler exhaust from the facility’s 10,500tpd kiln. This is the second order Shree has placed with the engineering firm, according to a statement. 

Flying Cement completes Punjab WHR plant

15 February 2021, Published under Cement News

The Flying Cement Co Ltd updated the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) that it has achieved another key milestone. Company Secretary, Shahid Ahmad Awan, stated that the company has successfully completed the installation and commissioning of a 7.5MW waste heat recovery power plant (WHRPP) at its site in Mangowal, Khushab district in Punjab, Pakistan. He added, “The employment of this technology will augment our ability to process waste heat absorbed in boilers to produce steam at a suitable...

Maple Leaf looks to expand WHR capacity

29 September 2020, Published under Cement News

Pakistan’s Maple Leaf Cement Factory Ltd has announced plans to expand capacity at its waste heat recovery plant to 25MW from 16MW. The project is expected to be worth INR1.8bn (US$24.38m) and is likely to be financed through debt. Sayeed Tariq Saigol, CEO, stated that the company has always endeavoured to reduce production costs and increasing its electricity production through the waste heat recovery plant will aid in this. The project is expected to begin by September 2021.

Najran Cement Co fully repays loan for WHR project

02 July 2020, Published under Cement News

Najran Cement Co has fully repaid the remaining amount of a SAR45m (US$12m) existing loan, which was used to finance the company's waste heat recovery project. The credit facility was originally supposed to be repaid in three instalments due on 31 December 2020, 31 March 2021, and 30 June 2021, according to a bourse filing. Following this transaction, the company now has a SAR355m loan that will be paid in instalments over five years. 

Taiheiyo Cement Corp orders WHR unit from Kawasaki

10 February 2020, Published under Cement News

Japan’s Taiheiyo Cement Corp has ordered a waste heat recovery (WHR) plant from Kawasaki Heavy Industries. The 8MW unit will be delivered to the company’s Saitama facility and is expected to begin operations in September 2022. Kawasaki will handle overall plant design, equipment supply, installation and commissioning advisory services, according to a press release. Its VEGA boiler will also be used for the first time in Japan as the unit’s heat recovery steam generator. Upon completion of ...

Mangalam Cement commissions WHR unit

16 January 2020, Published under Cement News

India's Mangalam Cement has commissioned new waste heat recovery capacity at its plant in Morak, Rajasthan. The company has initially put 5.15MW into operation. A further 5.85MW is expected to be commissioned during the current quarter (4QFY19-20).

Power Cement's WHR plant nears completion

03 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Power Cement Ltd has announced that it is installing a 12MW waste heat recovery (WHR) power plant, which is expected to be operational later this year at the company's plant site in Deh Kalo Kohar, Nooriabad Industrial Estate, District Dadu (Sindh). Currently, 100 per cent of the plant's power requirement is being fulfilled through the electricity grid, according to Power Cement. Earlier, the company disclosed that it successfully installed 8500tpd (2.5Mta) of cement capacity on its exist...

DG Khan Cement of Pakistan plans WHR plants in Punjab

28 November 2018, Published under Cement News

A new waste heat recovery (WHR) plant is being planned by DG Khan Cement to reduce water consumption at its 2.11Mta Chakwal plant in Punjab, according to a report of Intermarket Securities Ltd. T he new plant would include improved technology that requires only marginal water consumption. This would avoid the technical and financial challenges of sourcing water, said the company's management. The step follows a PKR100m (US$0.74m) fine imposed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on ...

Orient Cement plans to expand facility in Telangana

27 March 2018, Published under Cement News

India-based Orient Cement has announced plans to expand its facility in District Mancherial, Telangana. The project is worth an estimated INR21bn (US$323.74m) and involves adding capacity to its waste heat recovery (WHR) unit, increasing output potential to 75MW from 50MW. An application for environmental clearance has been submitted, and once fully approved, the project is expected to be completed within a 24-month period.