Papua New Guinea seeks EM equipment for Togarao hydro

PNG Sustainable Energy Ltd. (PNGSEL) seeks bids to supply electrical and mechanical works for the Togarao hydroelectric project, proposed for development in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Bids are due September 8.

PNGSEL, a venture of PNG development agency PNG Sustainable Development Program Ltd. (PNGSDP) and Snowy Mountains Engineering Corp. of Australia, is chartered to participate in the Pacific island group’s energy and electricity industry. (HNN 1/8/08) It is to manage procurement for various elements of the Togarao project, whose development is being funded by PNGSDP in Central Bougainville of the PNG’s Autonomous Region of Bougainville.

Tender P3140T-E&M-003 calls for bids from contractors to undertake design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing, and commissioning of electrical and mechanical works for the Togarao hydro project.

In a separate solicitation, P3140T-DIST-002, PNGSEL seeks bids for power transmission and distribution works, including consumer connections.

Tender documents for the electro-mechanical works contract may be obtained from the address below for US$200 or 600 kina by money transfer or deposit to Bank South Pacific as noted below. Tender documents for the transmission and distribution works contract may be obtained from the address below for US$100 or 300 kina in the same manner.

For domestic transactions, funds in kina go to Bank South Pacific, Account No. 1001033285, Branch Port Moresby 294. For international transactions, funds in U.S. dollars go to Bank South Pacific, Account No. 131902, Branch Port Moresby 008-294.

Bids for both solicitations are due by 4:30 p.m. September 8. For information, contact Peter Martin or Ben Mehuwa, PNG Sustainable Energy Ltd., Level 2 Pacific Place, Corner of Musgrave St. and Champion Parade, P.O. Box 503, Port Moresby 121 National Capital District, Papua New Guinea; (675) 321-2222; Fax: (675) 321-0894; E-mail: peter.martin@pngsel.com, ben.mehuwa@pngsel.com.

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