Kazakhstan seeks transmission, substation work for 300-MW Moinak

Kazakhstan’s grid operator invites expressions of interest from consultants for project management of transmission line and substation work for the 300-MW Moinak hydroelectric project on Kazakhstan’s Charyn River. Responses are due January 8, 2009.

Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Co. (KEGOC) proposes turnkey construction of transmission lines, including a 220-kilovolt Moinak-Sary-Ozek overhead line, a 220-kV Moinak-Shelek line, and a 220-kV line at Sary-Ozek substation. Work also would include substation extension and modernization, including construction of 220/110-kV outdoor switchgear at the Moinak hydro plant, extension and reconstruction of 220-kV Sary-Ozek substation, and 220-kV Shelek substation.

In the current solicitation, the grid operator seeks a consultant to prepare bid documents for the work as well as perform project management, engineering assistance, and contract supervision and monitoring.

Four copies of expressions of interest in English, preferably with a Russian translation, are due to the address below by January 8, 2009. Responses are to be labeled �Expression of Interest for Procurement and Project Management under Moinak Electricity Transmission Project.�

For information, contact Managing Director Sergey Katyshev, Kazakhstan Electricity Grid Operating Co., 37, Beibitshilik Str., Astana 010000 Kazakhstan; (7) 7172-970109; Fax: (7) 7172-970680; E-mail: katyshev@kegoc.kz; Internet: www.kegoc.kz.

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