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2 2 MONTE RIO POWER PLANT NOV 2001 Monte Rio – Original 3 Dimensional Drawing – Actual Plant

3 3 MONTE RIO POWER PLANT NOV 2001 Basic Project Specifications – 101 MWe Owner: Monte Rio Power Corporation, Ltd. Contractors: Energy International, HMV Engineers, Caterpillar International Power systems, and SEG/AVK Engines: 13 Cat Gensets model 9CM43 manufactured in Germany, with rated output of RPM Fuel: 700 cSt/50 C heavy fuel oil Application: Independent Power Plant to Public Utility Generator: 3 Phase synchronous generator 9,758 kVA, 13.8 kV, 60 Hertz Switchyard: 138 kV double bus bar substation, 3 transformers 47/70 MVA ONAN/ONAF, 13.2/138 kV, 2 line bays, control and monitoring Switchgear: High Voltage, low voltage, control and monitoring Waste Heat Boiler: Exhaust gas fired steam boiler 7493 kg/h (4849 kW) at 8 bar(g)

4 4 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report NOV 2001 STAFFLABORTOTALSTAFFLABORTOTAL HMV ENERGY INTER.22 CODEMON TERMOTECNICA22325 METAL AMERICA62632 CONELCA CEMEX SECURITY8888 TOTAL83372 MONTERIO 100 MW POWER PLANT PERSONAL EN OBRA DAYNIGHT CONTRACTOR

5 5 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report SITE LOCATION NOV 2001

6 6 Site Preparation DEC 2001

7 7 JAN 2002 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report

8 JAN 2002

9 9 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 FEB 2002

10 10 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 MAR 2002

11 11 Base No. 8Base No. 9Base No. 10 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 MAR 2002

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26 26 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 SEP 2002

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31 31 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 NOV 2002

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34 34 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 DEC 2002

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36 36 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report 2001 DEC 2002

37 37 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report

38 38 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report JAN

39 39 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report FEB Testing of Units

40 MAR 2003 MRPC - Chronological Progress Report Commercial Operations – April 2003

41 41 1 DESCRIPTION UNITITEMQUANTITY CIVIL WORKS EARTHMOVINGM3M3 69, PILINGS (3,872 M 3 OF CONCRETE)M (linear)17, CONCRETE8, CONCRETE FOR ENGINE BASES2, STRUCTURAL CONCRETE5, CONCRETE FOR INTERNAL ROADS (8,800 M 2 )1, REINFORCED STEELTON1, METAL STRUCTURESTON METAL STRUCTURE FOR POWERHOUSETON STRUCTURES FOR SMOKESTACKSTON STRUCTURES FOR THE SUB-STATIONTON STRUCTURES FOR SIDINGTON ESTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT SILENCERSTON PLATFORMS AND LADDERSTON65.0 M3M3 M3M3 M3M3 M3M3 MRPC - QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS SUPPLIED

42 42 5 BUILDINGSM2M2 6, ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING POWER HOUSE GATE HOUSE INCINERATOR ENCLOSURE SOLID WASTE MATERIAL ENCOLOSURE ENCLOSURE FOR SUBESTACION - GUEST HOUSE ENCLOSURE EMERGENCY BATTERYS–POWER HOUSE PERIMETER FENCING1, GUEST HOUSE SUBSTATION 5, WATER PUMP HOUSE EMERGENCY GENSET ENCLOSURE FUEL TREATMENT HOUSE 31.0 DESCRIPTION UNITITEMQUANTITY CIVIL WORKS M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M2M2 M (linear) MRPC - QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS SUPPLIED

43 43 1 MECHANICAL ERECTION PIPING 1.1 PREFABRICATION OF PIPINGTON ERECTION OF ENGINES (9CM43-13 UND)TON1, ERECTION OF GENERATORS (13 UND)TON EXHAUST DUCTSTON VENTILATION DUCTSTON AIR DUCTSTON BOILER ASH TANKTON RADIATORS FOR COOLING WATERTON VENTILATION FANS MECHANICAL ANNEX, FUEL TREATMENT ENCLOSURE AND OTHERS TON VENTILATION FANS FOR POWER HOUSETON PIPING ERECTIONTON MECHANICAL ERECTION OF EQUIPMENTTON2, CHIMENEY STACKS (DIAMETER 1,220 MM)TON COMBUSTION DUCTSTON ERECTION AUX. EQUIPMENT SKID MODULESTON372.5 DESCRIPTION UNITITEMQUANTITY MRPC - QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS SUPPLIED

44 DIESEL EMERGENCY GENEREATOR 3 ERECTION OF PROCESS TANKSTON76.4 TON3.1 DESCRIPTION UNITITEMQUANTITY MRPC - QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS SUPPLIED MECHANICAL ERECTION

45 45 1 ELECTRICAL ERECTION LAYING OF MULTI-CONDUCTOR CABLE INSTALLATION & ERECTION CABLE TRAYS3, INSTALLATION GROUNDING SYSTEM CABLE 1/02.5 5INSTALLATION OF CONDIUT & ACCESSORIES2, MOVEMENT AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT: INCLUDING A LARGE GROUP OF DIFFERENT EQUIPMENTSUCH AS CURRENT TRANSFORMERS, POWER TRANSFORMERS, VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS, ISOLATORS, HOUSINGS AND CABINETS, INSTRUMENT PANELS, CONTROL PANELS, SWITCHES, CIRCUIT BREAKERS, ETC., ECT., ETC., THE INDIVIDUAL WEIGHTS OF THIS EQUIPMENT WAS NOT AVAILABLE. DESCRIPTION UNITITEMQUANTITY MRPC - QUANTITIES OF MATERIALS SUPPLIED Km LAYING OF MV CABLE IN CABLE TRAYS INSTALLATION 600V CABLE MANOCONDUCTOR #3 + 1, 2 AWG Km M (linear)


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