National Electric Power Regulatory Authority planned to develop 300 MW Gwadar Coal-Fired Power Plant Project, in Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan. CIHC PAK Power Company Limited, a SPV incorporated by China Communications Construction Company Limited and Tianjin Energy Investment Group Company Limited , was the developer of this project. Powerchina SPECO1 Electric Power Construction Co Ltd was the EPC contractor. China Communications Construction Company Limited was the independent power producer (IPP) of the project. Dongfang Electric Machinery Co Ltd was the generator supplier. The project covered the construction of a power plant with the installed capacity of 300 MW. The project was among the early harvest projects under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. What should be noticed was that the frame work agreement had already been signed but this project was ever faced with delay because the Balochistan government was delaying the issuance of NOCs and land acquisition. Once completed, Gwadar's severe electricity shortage would be greatly alleviated. The project could not only meet the current demand for power in Gwadar, but would also support demand growth in the future. As a key project under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, this project could also make great contributions to the Belt and Road Initiative.