Feasibility study sought for Sudan’s 20-MW Fula Falls

Bids are invited to perform a feasibility study of building the 20-MW Fula Falls hydroelectric project on the Nile River in southern Sudan. Bids are due July 6.

Norwegian investment fund Norfund said the project is to be located on the east bank of the Nile to supply power to Juba. The feasibility study, valued at US$400,000, is to include technical and environmental studies to enable an investment decision to be made.

An April 2006 pre-feasibility study and a 1981 feasibility study are available from the address below. Other information and documentation are available on the Doffin Internet site, www.doffin.no/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=95628.

Bids, in English, are due by noon July 6. For information, contact Norfund, Attn.: Mark Davis, P.O. Box 1280, Vika, Oslo, Norway; (47) 22-019393; Fax: (47) 22-019394; E-mail: mark.davis@norfund.no; Internet: www.norfund.no.

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