Participation in energy expansion in Uzbekistan and Nigeria
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan has large reserves of natural gas, on which energy generation is based. Several development banks now want to support the government in developing the gas sector. The aim is better supply and higher added value in the country. Placed on behalf of the Asian Development Bank ILF Consulting Engineers in cooperation with Roland Berger for this purpose, after one year of work, recently presented an extensive gas master plan, which shows several scenarios for investment requirements in the gas infrastructure (extraction, transport) including effects on operators and the climate.
Nigeria As part of its “New Deal on Energy for Africa” strategy, the African Development Bank has provided financing of 100 million dollars for the rehabilitation of the two privately owned hydropower plants Kainji and Jebba in Nigeria. With 1,3 gigawatts, they represent the most powerful power plant complex in the country Andritz Hydro the contract to modernize the Jebba machine set that has been out of service for years as a result of a major fire. The order, worth more than 30 million euros, is expected to be completed in two years.