Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation announces tender to build 29km section of the Abasha-Senaki gas pipeline
Georgia, Tbilisi, March 5 / Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
The Oil and Gas Corporation of Georgia (OGCG) is accepting applications for participation in a tender for the construction of a 29km section of the Abasha-Senaki gas pipeline in Western Georgia as of March 5. As the OGCG told Trend, all interested physical and legal entities are invited to participate in the tender.
Applicants must confirm that they can meet all qualifying requirements which are to have a circulating capital at 50 per cent of the contract price, possess the relevant technical and human resources for the construction and have qualified staff and equipment.
Applicants must have experience of constructing a 10 kilometre long gas pipeline with a diameter of 300 mm, or pipeline of larger diameter over the past five years. Date of completion is nine months after signing the contract.
Proposals will be accepted from 11:00am, March 5 to 18:00, March 9.
The 29 kilometre long gas pipeline at Abasha-Senaki is the first stage of the main 80km Kutaisi-Senaki gas pipeline built as part of the USAID Power and Gas Infrastructure Programme (PGI).
USAID has been implementing this programme in Georgia since 2010. PGI assists the Government of Georgia in undertaking strategic interventions in the gas and power infrastructures aimed at enhancing the energy security of the country.
GOGC has worked with USAID over the 30 month programme that saw the 30 kilometre Senaki-Poti gas pipeline being built.