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LTPS achieves generation target

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SONARI, May 29 � Lakwah Thermal Power Station (LTPS) of Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd has achieved its production target. The power station organised � generation target achievement celebration today.

Subhash Chandra Das, chairman of Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) was the chief guest. Dr PSV Rao, executive director-cum-asset manager of ONGC, Assam Asset was present as the distinguished guest. Bhupen Borpatra Gohain, managing director of Assam Gas Company Limited, S Mahanti, executive director-cum-general manager of Gas Authority of India Limited, K Phatuwali, chief general manager of APGCL and Bipin Gogoi, executive officer of OIL, among others were present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, Subhash Chandra Das said Assam is a power deficit State. It has recorded a shortage of 200 MW in peak hours. He expressed satisfaction on generation target achievement of LTPS for 3 consecutive years since February 2, 2008.

The LTPS now produces abour 100 MW out of its total installed capacity of 120 MW from its 7 units (4X15 MW+3X20 MW). It has an agreement of 0.4 MMSCMD with GAIL for ONGC�s gas and 0.5 MMSCMD with OIL for Oil India�s gas.

The chairman said Assam requires 1055 MW power in peak hours, but at present the ASEB is able to supply 900 MW only. Out of which 260 MW is its own, whereas it receives 400 MW from other NE States, 780 MW from eastern zone, 8 MW from an independent source in Silchar and it purchase 100 to 150 MW from open market source with a deficit of 122 MW to 300 MW.

Dr PSV Rao, executive director of ONGC in his speech assured uninterrupted power supply for LTPS. He informed that gas supply was totally controlled by the Central Government and permission of the Central Government is must to increase the supply of gas.

He said Amguri power station will be taken over by ONGC. He said ONGC would be caretaker of Amguri field and not the operation.

Earlier, Arabindom Chou-dhury, deputy general manager of LTPS explained the aims and objectives of the meeting which was presided over by Hemanga Chetia Phukan, general manager of LTPS.

A souvenir titled Lakwa Thermal Power Station � A New Horizon was released on the occasion.

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LTPS achieves generation target

SONARI, May 29 � Lakwah Thermal Power Station (LTPS) of Assam Power Generation Corporation Ltd has achieved its production target. The power station organised � generation target achievement celebration today.

Subhash Chandra Das, chairman of Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) was the chief guest. Dr PSV Rao, executive director-cum-asset manager of ONGC, Assam Asset was present as the distinguished guest. Bhupen Borpatra Gohain, managing director of Assam Gas Company Limited, S Mahanti, executive director-cum-general manager of Gas Authority of India Limited, K Phatuwali, chief general manager of APGCL and Bipin Gogoi, executive officer of OIL, among others were present on the occasion.

Addressing the gathering, Subhash Chandra Das said Assam is a power deficit State. It has recorded a shortage of 200 MW in peak hours. He expressed satisfaction on generation target achievement of LTPS for 3 consecutive years since February 2, 2008.

The LTPS now produces abour 100 MW out of its total installed capacity of 120 MW from its 7 units (4X15 MW+3X20 MW). It has an agreement of 0.4 MMSCMD with GAIL for ONGC�s gas and 0.5 MMSCMD with OIL for Oil India�s gas.

The chairman said Assam requires 1055 MW power in peak hours, but at present the ASEB is able to supply 900 MW only. Out of which 260 MW is its own, whereas it receives 400 MW from other NE States, 780 MW from eastern zone, 8 MW from an independent source in Silchar and it purchase 100 to 150 MW from open market source with a deficit of 122 MW to 300 MW.

Dr PSV Rao, executive director of ONGC in his speech assured uninterrupted power supply for LTPS. He informed that gas supply was totally controlled by the Central Government and permission of the Central Government is must to increase the supply of gas.

He said Amguri power station will be taken over by ONGC. He said ONGC would be caretaker of Amguri field and not the operation.

Earlier, Arabindom Chou-dhury, deputy general manager of LTPS explained the aims and objectives of the meeting which was presided over by Hemanga Chetia Phukan, general manager of LTPS.

A souvenir titled Lakwa Thermal Power Station � A New Horizon was released on the occasion.

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