Updated: October 10,2022

3. Transportation projects

(1) The China-Laos Railway Project in Laos



As an important part of the Trans-Asian Railway (TAR) network, the China-Laos Railway is a flagship project of the pragmatic cooperation between China and Laos. The China-Laos Railway starts from Mohan/Boding, a China-Laos border in the north, and ends at Vientiane, the capital of Laos, in the south. The total length of the line is 422.4 kilometers. The project adopts the BOT model, with a total investment of 37.425 billion yuan, and POWERCHINA indirectly holds 4.33% of the shares. The project started on January 1, 2017 and was opened to traffic on December 3, 2021.


(2) The Jakarta-Bandung High-speed Railway Project in Indonesia



The Jakarta-Bandung High-speed Railway connects Indonesia's capital Jakarta and its fourth largest city Bandung. With a total length of 142.3 kilometers, it is the first high-speed railway in Southeast Asia with a maximum speed of 350 kilometers per hour, and it is also the first overseas high-speed railway project that adopts China's complete set of technologies. The BOT project has a total investment of USD 6.071 billion, and POWERCHINA indirectly holds 12% of the shares. The project officially started construction in June 2018 and is expected to open to traffic in June 2023.


(3) Dhaka Airport Elevated Expressway Project in Bangladesh



The total investment in the Dhaka Airport Elevated Expressway Project in Bangladesh is about 1.263 billion US dollars, and POWERCHINA holds 15% of the shares. The main line of the project is 19.73 km long, and the ramp is 26.58 km long. The whole two-way four-lane expressway is elevated, connecting the Dhaka International Airport in the capital and the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. The PPP project has a concession period of 25 years, including a construction period of 3.5 years.


4. Gas filed power station projects

(1)Kyauk Phyu Gas-filed Combined Cycle Power Station in Myanmar


Kyauk Phyu Gas-filed Combined Cycle Power Station Project is located in Kyauk Phyu Town, Rakhine State of Myanmar, with an installed capacity of 135 MW. It is composed of two gas turbines, two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine. It is a BOT project invested by PCR, with a total investment of about USD 173 million. The project is expected to enter commercial operation in 2022 with an annual generation capacity of around 1,000 GWh.