Message from the CHAIRMAN,  PAKISTAN ENGINEERING COUNCIL
The website is aimed at dissemination of information regarding the International Seminar on Diamer-Bhasha Dam Hydropower Project. Pakistan Engineering Council seeks contribution from the national and international experts on water and hydropower generation.
THE VENUE
The arrangement of large scale funding for implementation of the project is talk of the day in the wake of growing scarcity and energy shortage in the country. There is need to explore various options and instruments in terms of project implementation and financial aspects for arriving at a viable and implementable solution.
Top world companies dealing in the investment and construction of Hydropower are invited to explore avenues for this project and at the same time identifying best viable model for implementation. The participants and presenters of the seminar are expected from leading international and national firms working in large dams & hydropower generation, water sector professionals, economic analysts, representatives of donor agencies, researchers, policy makers, civil society and legislators.
THE SOLUTION
There are numerous potential sites for development of large dams for multipurpose usage on the mighty Indus river and most specifically is the Diamer-Bhasha Dam with gross reservoir capacity of 8.1 MAF and power generation potential of 4500 MW.
Pakistan Engineering Council being a national organization has planned a 2-day International Seminar on Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project to unfold its financial and implementation modalities.
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR
on Diamer-Bhasha Dam Hydropower Project PARTICIPANTS NEED OF THE TIME
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON

Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project.

Diamer-Bhasha Dam is being constructed on Indus River, about 315 km upstream of Tarbela Dam, 165 km downstream of the Northern Area capital Gilgit and 40 km downstream of Chilas, Pakistan.
The major themes to be covered under this seminar would be:
THEME
Pakistan Reservoir based Hydropower Projects International Large Scale Hydropower Projects Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project Development & Management Model Regulatory & Legal Framework for Development of Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project Financing Options & Tariff Structuring for Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project
LARGER MAP ISLAMABAD SERENA HOTEL
PRESENT SCENARIO
Despite arid and semi-arid conditions of the country, the development of water resources in the form of Indus Basin Irrigation System during 70s, led to fulfill the agriculture, energy and water use needs of the country. Pakistan, however couldn’t add any large scale storage reservoir in the system to meet the growing demands for both food and energy needs of its growing population. At the same time, on average 30 MAF of water leaves the system during shorter period of monsoon without any use rather causing large scale damage to agriculture and infrastructure besides loss of precious human lives.
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Venue:
Host City:
Host Organization:
Time until Wednesday, 27 February 2019 (Islamabad time)
Organized by Pakistan Engineering Council

27 - 28 February 2019, Islamabad

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“Please contact us for any assistance regarding facilities and visa requirements”

“CONSTRUCTION OF NEW

DAMS AND RESERVOIRS”

Mangla Dam, Pakistan, (Source: WAPDA, Pakistan)
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Message from the CHAIRMAN,  PAKISTAN ENGINEERING COUNCIL
The website is aimed at dissemination of information regarding the International Seminar on Diamer-Bhasha Dam Hydropower Project. Pakistan Engineering Council seeks contribution from the national and international experts on water and hydropower generation.
THE VENUE
The arrangement of large scale funding for implementation of the project is talk of the day in the wake of growing scarcity and energy shortage in the country. There is need to explore various options and instruments in terms of project implementation and financial aspects for arriving at a viable and implementable solution.
Top world companies dealing in the investment and construction of Hydropower are invited to explore avenues for this project and at the same time identifying best viable model for implementation. The participants and presenters of the seminar are expected from leading international and national firms working in large dams & hydropower generation, water sector professionals, economic analysts, representatives of donor agencies, researchers, policy makers, civil society and legislators.
THE SOLUTION
There are numerous potential sites for development of large dams for multipurpose usage on the mighty Indus river and most specifically is the Diamer-Bhasha Dam with gross reservoir capacity of 8.1 MAF and power generation potential of 4500 MW.
Mangla Dam, Pakistan, (Source: WAPDA, Pakistan)
Pakistan Engineering Council being a national organization has planned a 2-day International Seminar on Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project to unfold its financial and implementation modalities.
INTERNATIONAL  SEMINAR
on Diamer-Bhasha Dam  Hydropower Project PARTICIPANTS NEED OF THE TIME
INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON

Diamer-Bhasha

Hydropower Project.

Diamer-Bhasha Dam is being constructed on Indus River, about 315 km upstream of Tarbela Dam, 165 km downstream of the Northern Area capital Gilgit and 40 km downstream of Chilas, Pakistan.
The major themes to be covered under this seminar would be:
THEME
Pakistan Reservoir based Hydropower Projects International Large Scale Hydropower Projects Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project Development & Management Model Regulatory & Legal Framework for Development of Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project Financing Options & Tariff Structuring for Diamer-Bhasha Hydropower Project
LARGER MAP ISLAMABAD SERENA HOTEL
Despite arid and semi-arid conditions of the country, the development of water resources in the form of Indus Basin Irrigation System during 70s, led to fulfill the agriculture, energy and water use needs of the country. Pakistan, however couldn’t add any large scale storage reservoir in the system to meet the growing demands for both food and energy needs of its growing population. At the same time, on average 30 MAF of water leaves the system during shorter period of monsoon without any use rather causing large scale damage to agriculture and infrastructure besides loss of precious human lives.
The website of 100 Dams in Balochistan has been designed, developed and maintained by Creative Technologies. The website can be reached at www.creative.net.pk
© Pakistan Engineering Council (All Rights Reserved) | Terms of use
IMPORTANT LINKS
Venue:
Host City:
Host Organization:
“Please contact us for any assistance regarding facilities and visa requirements”
“Please contact us for any assistance regarding facilities and visa requirements”

“CONSTRUCTION OF NEW

DAMS AND RESERVOIRS”

Organized by:

27 - 28 February 2019, Islamabad

Pakistan Engineering Council
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