Delong Nickel power station
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Delong Nickel power station is a 530-MW coal-fired power plant in Bondoala, Konawe, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The satellite photo below shows the plant in Bondoala, Konawe, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Background on Project
The plant powers the Delong nickel smelter in Bondoala, Indonesia, which is operated by Virtue Dragon Nickel Industry Co. Ltd. It is adjacent to the Obsidian Stainless Steel processing plant, the site of the Delong Nickel Phase II power station.
In December 2020, about 800 workers protested at the Virtue Dragon Industrial Park, calling for higher salaries and permanent employment for contractors. When management refused to meet with the protestors, the demonstrators began destroying company property. Significant damage was inflicted up on the nickel production facilities, and about 40 pieces of heavy equipment were set on fire and destroyed. The protests "paralyzed" production at the plant.
- Sponsor: Virtue Dragon Nickel Industry Co. Ltd
- Parent company: Jiangsu Delong Nickel Industry Co
- Location: Bondoala, Konawe, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
- Coordinates: -3.9027628,122.419577 (exact)
- Status: Operating
- Gross capacity: 530 MW: Units 1-2: 2 x 30 MW; Units 3-4: 2 x 50 MW; Units 5-6: 60 MW; Units 7-8: 125 MW
- In service: Unit 7-8: 2018
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Articles and resources
- One of the "Seventh Plan": the latest development of the Indonesian Delong Power Plant Project, Newnie, Oct. 28, 2018
- Fathin Ungku and Bernadette Christina, Equipment torched as worker protest paralyzes Indonesia nickel plant, Jakarta Post, Dec. 16, 2020
- Amy Chew, Protest at China-backed nickel-smelting firm in Indonesia turns violent, with buildings and vehicles torched, South China Morning Post, Dec. 15, 2020