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Renergenc Limited, an independent Green Power Producer (IGPP) exploits waste to wealth prospects in Ghana fro mutual benefits. Renergenc approached ERC for an Environmental & Social Impact Assessment (EISA) and Monitoring Report proposed Waste to Energy (WtoE) Power Plant Project in Ablekuma-Joma, suburb of Accra.
The US $488.2 million Ghana Power Compact, funded by the United States Government through its agency, the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), is supporting the construction of Bulk Supply Point (BSP) in Pokuasi to improve the quality of power supplied tp the northern part of Accra. The pokuasi BSP will be the first 330kv Bulk Supply in Accra and the Largest in Ghana when completed. The project will be developed under the existing 330kv Aboadzi-Volta-Lome Transmission line at Pokuasi. The BSP shall have a total capacity of 580MVA compromising four (4) 330/34.5kv 145MVA Power Transformer.
The contractor for the project is Elecnor S.A. Of Spain with SMEC international PTY Ltd as the Project Engineers.
ERC produced HSES documentation in line with IFC Environmental and Social Performance Standards (IFC PS) and Ghanaian legislation to facilitate project commencement.
The Ghana government intended to improve the power generation capacity utilizing natural gas from the Western corridor offshore Ghana to support industrialization policy. In order to optimize the FEED (Front-end Engineering Design) of the 10-km pipeline from GNGC TRMS to Karpowership’s barge at Sekondi, ERC was engaged to carry out bathymetry and geophysical surveys including (i) single- beam echo sounding, (ii) multi-beam echo sounding (high-resolution swath bathymetry), (iii) side-scan sonar (iv) sub-bottom profiling (v) magnetometry and produce engineering factual report that will aid in the selection of final route for the pipeline. ERC carried out the surveys and used the survey data to produce bathymetric drawings, seabed topography, seabed features, seabed soil conditions, isopach charts of sediment thickness and reflectors all to aid in an excellent engineering design for the pipeline.
Eni Ghana Exploration and Production Limited engages the Development Project in the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) Block. ERC was contracted/engaged to provide first-class third- party laboratory testing services for lube oil, condensate, gas, glycol through sampling the indicated fluids, testing, and accurate reporting for relevant feedback on plant conditions to allow for maximizing plant performance. Additionally, ERC was also required to train Eni’s laboratory personnel.
Gold Recovery Ghana operates a gold mining facility processing tailings for gold ore extraction at Tema Industrial Area in Ghana. The company engaged ERC to carry out perimeter noise monitoring, effluent testing, stack emissions and ambient air quality monitoring for environmental regulatory compliance for the Ghana Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and international Finance Corporation (IFC) requirements.
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