Chinese Consul General in Lahore Yu Boren said on Tuesday that energy projects undertaken by Chinese Companies in Pakistan would prove to be very crucial in the development of the mega project of China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC).
He was addressing a gathering during inspection visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif to the project site of 1320 MW coal-fired power project at Qadirabad.
Punjab Governor Muhammad Rafiq Rijwana, Federal Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif, Provincial Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, Provincial Minister for Mines and Minerals Ch Sher Ali, Provincial Minister for Zakat Malik Nadeem Kamran, Punjab Power Development Company Chairman Ch Arif Saeed and Chairman Planning and Development Board Jahanzeb Khan, President of
Huaneng Shandong Group China, Wang Wen Zang and Chairman of Shandong Ruyi Science China, Cao Pieix were also present.
Chinese Consul General said the Sahiwal Power Project was the priority project under the CPEC and the project would help ensure provision of massive job opportunities as well as socio-economic development in the Punjab.
He said that they were well aware of the fact that Pakistani government was paying full attention towards all kinds of energy projects including hydel, wind, solar, coal and other alternate resources. That’s why, Mr Boren said the Chinese companies were very proactively working on energy projects which would be completed within next two to three years.
The Chinese Consul General appreciated the full support by the federal and respective provincial governments as well as the kind attention of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif towards the project being completed by Chinese Companies in Pakistan.
In his address, Ruyi Group President Wang Wen Zang said that his company was complying with the international standard with regard to execution of the Sahiwal Coal Power project.
Mr Zang briefing the participants about the company profile, working, ongoing projects and performance, said the company was also working on various projects in Singapore, Mexico and Australia besides focusing on its social corporate responsibilities in its areas of operations.
On completion, the project would prove to be helpful in overcoming the energy crisis in Pakistan. He said the construction of the project was even better than that of its operation in China in terms of speed, quality and environmental standards.
He said a super critical technology was being used in the project, adding the project was an excellent example of Pak-China friendship. He said the project would go a long way in the development of China-Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC). Earlier, Project CEO Sang Ta Ji briefed the participants about the pace of work on various components of the project.
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