Presentation on theme: "TwoTube. Main reasons to realize a tunnel from Palmachim at the Mediterranean Sea to Almog at the Dead Sea."— Presentation transcript:
Main reasons to realize a tunnel from Palmachim at the Mediterranean Sea to Almog at the Dead Sea.
Creating unique project opportunities and partnerships on a scale unheard of in the world before.
To strip 1 billion tons of salt from the bottom of the South Sea, part of the Dead Sea during 10 years. Transport the commodity through TwoTube, to the direction of Palmachim.
Desalinate 10 billion m 3 water from the Mediterranean Sea transported to the Desalination Plant in the tunnel for 10 years. Sell the water with a value of 30 billion Euros to the cities of Amman, Jerusalem and Jericho.
The desalination plant can be build inside TwoTube at a cost of 3 billion euros, handling 1 billion m 3 per year.
A desalinisation plant produces 300 million tons of Sodium Salt in ten years, dried in the sun and transported to Palmachim and is valued at 10 billion Euros.
A HDPE pipe is used to transport the brine water from the desalination plant to the ponds (or bring it back to the Mediterranean Sea), where the water is naturally evaporated. Here the salt content is 100kg/m 3 water.
A gas pipeline is built inside TwoTube to enable transportation of the gas from the Mediterranean Sea to Jordan and other countries.
Inside TwoTube transportation of goods like salt, building materials, cars, vegetables can be managed safe, fast and cheap on two double train tracks.
All goods can be transported by train to Almog and villages directly above. Multiple exit points above TwoTube, for regional distribution.
The Hydro-Electricity plant supplies 300 Mw (yielding 3 billion Euros during 10 years).
Around Engedi and Eglaim existing Sinkholes can be filled with water to breed Mediterranean fish types with a projected turn over of 3 billion Euros per year.
High voltage power lines can be placed underground in TwoTube towards Palmachim to distribute electricity to the villages above and to power irrigation projects in the desert.
Over ten years around 20 billion m 3 water will be transported to revitalize the Jordan river and the Dead Sea.
Vertical ventilation and emergency shafts also serve to transport water. Electricity will be transported up and sewer water down to the desalination plant.
The desalinated water is also used to irrigate the desert above and near TwoTube in Judea enabling export of citrus, bananas, strawberries, figs with a 10 year turn-over of 10 billions Euros.
The desert can be coverted into oases where agriculture will yield employment and income.
Solar energy will heat up a tube system on the bottom of the salt ponds. Heated water is converted to 300Mw green energy yielding 3 billion Euros in 10 years.
By separation of Mediterranean Sea water and Dead Sea water additional 300 Mw green electricity can be produced, yielding 3 billion Euros years in 10 year.
Millions of tourists will continue to visit Israel, the Jordan river and the Dead Sea which will retain its reputation as a salt bath.
A shunting yard will be build in Almog with potential for a passenger terminal and a car-on-train terminal.
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