The mPower Ghana Project

    The Senior Engineer has recently been contacted by Mr. Krosbi Mensah, who has expressed a desire to re-kindle the ambers of the mPower Ghana project. On saturday 11,2017 Mr. Mensah introduced the Senior Engineer to Mr. Kenneth Klutse. Mr. Klutse is the Student Financial Service Manager of Stratford University at its Alexandria Campus.

    Mr. Klutse is in possession of the CIS (Client Information Summary) of AscenTrust, LLC.. This document is one of the essential documents required for International Business Transactions. This document includes a Qualifying Document for AscenTrust, LLC. and the resume of the Senior Engineer of the Company.

    Mr. Klutse is also in possession of the Scope Document for the refinery project in Ghana. The Pdf Document below is the Scope document for this project.

    SCOPE DOCUMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A REFINERY IN GHANA

    Mr. Klutse has made contact with the new Ambassador to Ghana and is schedule to meet with the Ambassador on Monday (November 13, 2017). The results of the meeting will be discussed with the Senior Engineer and a way forward will be discussed and implemented.

    PREAMBLE:

    The mPower Ghana, Inc. project is presently in the preliminary discussion stage. The project will consist of the Business Planning, financing, Engineering, Procurement, licensing and construction of the infrastructure required to use imported LNG to add electrical production to the grid in Ghana.  Phase One of the project will also include 300 Mwe of natural gas-fired, single or combined cycle power plants to be located on the existing nodes of the grid in Ghana which are acceptable to the Electricity Company of Ghana Limited (ECG).  ECG is responsible for the distribution of electricity in the southern part of Ghana namely, Ashanti, Central, Eastern, Greater Accra, Volta and Western Region.

    The Senior Engineer has been requested by our Senior Strategic Partners to prepare a working plan to develop the in-country supply of Natural gas and also provide a timeline and budget for this project.

    REQUIREMENTS FOR FUNDING
    A plan is being developed by our Strategic Partners in Houston to furnish the initial capital investment required to bring the AscenTrust Ghana Ltd. and the mPower Ghana, Inc. Groups to Accra, Ghana for preliminary discussion with our partners in Ghana.
    AscenTrust, LLC. has several non-overlapping methods to access funding for large National Projects. The Ghana Project adds another layer of complexity due to the fact that Ghana is in arrears with the International Monetary Fund. This means that any method of project funding which involves the Federal Government of Ghana has to be approved by the IMF.

    PHASE TWO: INFRASTRUCTURE
    The Company proposes to provide front end business planning, project design, project engineering, project management and construction management for certain unspecified projects, including but not limited to:
    NOTE: This is a listing of projects which have been reviewed by the funding Group for project in multiple jurisdictions. This list does not attempt to be comprehensive we are aware that as the process moves forward the scope and mission statements of specific projects may change. These projects will contain the latest technologies capable of providing a reduced environmental and carbon footprint to the development of  the National economy of Ghana.  The projects will be designed to meet the primary requirement from the Funding Group: Sustainability. 

    Sustainability has many meaning in the Global Environmental Community, but for our discussion with the Funding Group it will mean:

    The projects will be funded with the long range view that the infrastructure and educational components of the funding will be made economically sustainable with the income producing components of the project.  In other words when the funding stops at  the end of the project construction, the created infrastructure will support itself financially and will not require permanent ongoing assistance from the Funder.

    PROPOSED NEW ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
    1.  ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION: The basis being used as a measure of success in any humanitarian project is the ability to sustain the economic, humanitarian, etc. that will be brought to the Sovereign Nation of Ghana.  The reason we are discussing the improvements to the electrical infrastructure has to do with the revenue potential of electrical generation and distribution.
    The components of the electrical infrastructure to be addressed through this grant are:

    • Power Plants: Base load natural gas fired, frame type turbines to lower CO2footprint.  (The medical and educational institution will use the revenue from the power plant to help sustain their activities and thereby reduce the cost and improve the quality of health care and education)
    • Improvement to the Electrical Grid:   This includes providing more production nodes to the system and enhancing the ability of the system to sustain the punishing environmental effects of a hurricane.
    • Smart Power Grid Enhancement: Smart grid technologies will be concerned with balancing the three phases of the grid with tightly controlled phase adjustment.  This simple enhancement can save up to 5% of the electricity produced. One of the major areas of concern in India is the variation of the frequency of the power production.

    2.  WORLD CLASS PORT FACILITY AT PORT OF TEMA:  The existing port facility at Tema will be integral to the living space Initiative and will provide the economic basis for the LSI project.  The port will include at a minimum the following facilities:

    • LNG TERMINAL
    • OIL AND GAS TRANSFER AND LOADING TERMINAL
    • CARGO TERMINAL

    3.  FABRICATION AND MANUFACTURING FACILITIES
    Initially we will be building machine shops and fabrication yards in Ghana  to fabricate the metal structure and components for Jack-up oil drilling rigs whose drive and control components will be manufactured in the U.S.

     4.  INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS: Infrastructure improvement can include at a minimum the following items:

    • Repair and replace roadways and streets
    • Repair and replace existing water, sewer, electrical and cable infrastructure
    • Repair and replace land-based telephone system
    • Repair and replace cell-based mobile phone system
    • Develop an optical fiber system to replace telephone and television systems
    • Desalination and wastewater treatment
    • Harden infrastructure to withstand natural disasters.
    • Build a system of fire-stations with interconnected disaster response areas with housing for the local population (Could be a domed structure)

     5.  MEDICAL EDUCATIONAL AND BANKING INSTITUTIONS: The medical infrastructure of Ghana is in need of modernization.

    • Rebuild and expand existing hospitals
    • Develop a national Electronic Medical Records for Ghana.
    • Build Medical Clinics in medically underserved areas and connect these clinics to the central hospital via a fiber optic cable network.  The rural clinics will have access to consulting physicians via video conferencing.  It may also be possible to work with American medical institutions to provide consulting via video conferencing.

     6.  LIVING SPACE INITIATIVE AND HOUSING: The main driving force for the housing section of the Humanitarian funding is to provide adequate housing facilities for the poor.

    • All the housing should be designed to withstand local natural seismic events and hurricane force winds.
    • Housing to be built is to incorporate as much environmentally friendly materials as possible
    • Housing to be built with as much local material as possible
    • Housing to be built using as much local labor as possible.
    • Design and Build a sustainable City with manufacturing, R&D for automotive, resort area and also port facility