Banshkhali power station (Beximco)
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Banshkhali power station (Beximco) is a proposed 660-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power station in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
The map below shows the location of Banshkhali, but not the exact location of the plant.
In October 2016 it was reported Beximco signed an agreement with Chinese state-owned company China Resources to build two 660MW coal plants, one at Boalkhali (Boalkhali power station (Beximco)) and one at Banshkhali in Chittagong. Beximco said it is in talks with companies from Indonesia, South Africa and Mozambique to purchase coal for the power plants, and the Chinese partners were in talks with IPBC Bank and BOC Bank, both from China, to fund the plants.
However, there have been no further developments, and the plan appears to be shelved.
- Sponsor: Beximco Power Company and China Resources
- Parent company: Beximco Group and China Resources
- Location: Banshkhali, Chittagong district, Bangladesh
- Coordinates: 22.025, 91.955 (approximate)
- Status: Shelved
- Gross Capacity: 660 MW
- Projected in service:
- Coal Type:
- Coal Source: Imported
- Source of financing: China
Articles and resources
- Refayet Ullah Mirdha, "Beximco, Meghna tie up with Chinese investors for power," Daily Star, Oct 18, 2016