Constitutionally, the environment should be considered seriously in all energy and electricity development projects and a multi-dimensional approach should be considered for the import of different commercial energy such as electricity, petroleum, and coal. More exploration should be carried out both offshore and onshore areas to discover gas, petrol and coal. Development of coal fields should be priotised. http://print.thefinancialexpress-bd.com/2017/02/26/165713
I am sure it will go ahead .... eventually. It is a lot like fracking in UK, politically it was out of the question years ago, even Cameron promised it would only happen if the locals wanted it, but eventually the money talks, deals done, incentives offered and license issued. I know you have been here for ages like myself and several others, we just can't drop these shares. Hang on in there buddy
the huge resource that is Phulbari. Coal imports are proving hard to find, expensive, difficult to transport whilst their own coal sits latent in Bangladesh land. They are planning and starting to build some 20 coal fired power stations yet they fail to exploit there own coal resources. What will it take to make, what must now be the most obvious political and commercial step in Asia....The MoU with a Chinese company must surely have developed into some kind of JV that is acceptable to all parties concerned including the GoB. Not taking the. decision to open pit Phulbari is illogical and destructive to the country's standing on the World platform and idenies its population supply of cheap plentiful electricity.....
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