China seeks equipment for 50.5-MW Erlongshan

Chinese officials seek bids to supply equipment for the 50.5-MW Erlongshan hydroelectric project on the Heihe River in China’s Gansu Province. Bids are due February 21.

The Asian Development Bank last month approved up to US$50 million to help finance construction of Erlongshan and the 60-MW Dagushan project, also on the Heihe. They are part of the seven-plant Heihe River hydropower development scheme intended to provide cleaner and more reliable power to Gansu. (HNN 12/18/06)

On behalf of Zhangye Erlongshan Hydropower Co. Ltd., CNTC International Tendering Co. seeks international bids for:
o No. 0618-0620TC06BA04/01 – Cable
o No. 0618-0620TC06BA04/02 � Transformer
o No. 0618-0620TC06BA04/03 � Hydroelectric generating set and accessories.

Erlongshan is to have two 20-MW and one 10.5-MW generating units. In subsequent tenders, CNTC plans to seek international bids for a 110-kV transmission line and consulting services, and national bids for civil works, auxiliary equipment, and environmental protection.

For the current solicitation, bidding documents in English may be obtained for 500 renminbi or US$50, by certified check to CNTC-ITC, from Hao Jing or Wangxu Guang, CNTC International Tendering Co., Gansu Project Office, No. Tianshui Ave., Lanzhou, Gansu Province 730000 China; (86) 931-8279484; Fax: (86) 931-8279483; Bank Name: Qiaobei Branch, Bank of Communications, Lanzhou, Gansu, Account (U.S. dollar) 621060171018000480329.

Bids are due by 9 a.m. (Beijing time) February 21 to Ding Jianjun, Erlongshan Hydropower Co. Ltd., Cross of Qingnian St., Zhangye City, Gansu Province 734000 China; (86) 936-8238958; Fax: (86) 936-8236988.

For information about subsequent solicitations, contact President Zhu Xingyie, Erlongshan Hydropower Co. Ltd., Cross of Qingnian St., Zhangye City, Gansu Province 734000 China; (86) 936-8238958; Fax: (86) 936-8236988.

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