Urging progress of 220 kV Bac Giang – Lang Son transmission line project

Reviewing progress of projects to release capacity of Van Phong BOT Thermal Power Plant 1

On September 21, 2022, in Khanh Hoa, General Director of the National Power Transmission Corporation (EVNNPT) – Pham Le Phu, Head of the Steering Committee for the construction of projects to release capacity of Van Phong BOT Thermal Power Plant 1 includes: Van Phong 500 kV substation and connection, 500 kV Van Phong – Vinh Tan transmission line, 500 kV transmission line connecting Thuan Nam 500 kV substation to 500 kV Van Phong – Vinh Tan transmission line, chairing the review meeting progress of projects.

Mr. Nguyen Duc Tuyen – Director of CPMB chaired the meeting.

The project has a construction scale of 2 circuits, with a total length of 101.6 km, from 220 kV Bac Giang substation (existing) to 220 kV Lang Son substation (new construction), including 236 foundation positions and 80 anchor intervals.

The line runs in the districts of Lang Giang, Luc Nam, Luc Ngan and Ho Chi Minh City. Bac Giang (Bac Giang province); Huu Lung, Chi Lang, Cao Loc, City districts. Lang Son (Lang Son province). The project started on December 10, 2017, and is scheduled to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Up to now, the project has handed over the ground for 233/236 foundation positions, and 3 positions have not been handed over. In which, Huu Lung district – Lang Son still entangled 2 positions. The locality has completed and approved the compensation plan; According to the commitment of the locality, the payment for handover is expected to be completed from September 25 to October 25, 2022 (in case of coercion).

Chi Lang district – Lang Son still has one position, CPMB is coordinating with authorities to carry out procedures related to wearing a license, expected to be handed over in October 2022.

The section of the corridor has handed over 46/80 anchorages. According to the plan, the locality will hand over 25 anchorages in September 2022 and the remaining anchorages in October 2022.

In terms of construction progress, up to now, the project has completed casting the foundation at 231/236 positions, erecting poles at 222/236 positions, and pulling the ropes to complete 25/80 anchorages (equivalent to 23.2 km/day). 101.4 km).

Urging progress of 220 kV Bac Giang - Lang Son transmission line project
CPMB leaders inspect the construction site of the 220 kV Bac Giang – Lang Son transmission line.

According to the plan, the project will finish pulling the rope with 7 anchors in September 2022 (equivalent to 12.36 km), complete pulling the rope with 33 anchorages in October 2022, and complete pulling the rope with 10 anchorages in November. 2022 (equivalent to 27.7 km). Completed the final 5 moorings in December 2022 (equivalent to 6.99 km).

At the meeting, CPMB leaders asked the construction contractor to appoint the commander and the company’s leaders to be regularly present on the construction site to operate and handle problems if any.

Currently, the construction unit’s work of pulling ropes and erecting poles is slower than planned, so CPMB requires contractors to increase the manpower to erect the remaining poles and speed up the pulling of the handed over anchorages.

Coordinating with CPMB to plan the implementation of protection and construction of anchorage gaps in October 2022.

The route corridor has been compensated, so it is recommended that the construction unit actively mobilize households to complete the earthing process. For terrain locations that cannot be excavated, households that prevent construction need to report to CPMB and design consultants to have a plan to deal with.

Urging progress of 220 kV Bac Giang - Lang Son transmission line project
A position of a 220 kV transmission line pole in Bac Giang – Lang Son has problems with ground clearance.

At the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Duc Tuyen – Director of CPMB said: This is an urgent project to ensure electricity for Bac Giang and Lang Son provinces in the coming time. Because of the urgency of the project, CPMB assigned the new Deputy Director of CPMB – Nguyen Van Tinh to be a young, capable and enthusiastic officer with direct work at the construction site. Director of CPMB suggested Deputy Director Nguyen Van Tinh continue to closely follow the local government to remove obstacles to the project site. Along with that, urging the construction contractor to speed up the progress to bring the project to completion by the end of 2022.

PV VIETNAM ENERGY MAGAZINE


The article is in Vietnamese

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