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Oman invites new 400kV Substation and associated transmission line tenders

Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC), Oman has published the following new tenders in order to meet the upcoming power demand:

  • Construction of New Rustaq 400/132 kV Grid Station and involved 400 kV, Overhead Line, from Ibri to New Rustaq.
  • Construction of 400 kV Over Head Line from New Rustaq GS to Jefnien GS.

As per the report, Local firms with experience in the same field, having a valid tender board registration certificate and OETC registration certificate are qualified to participate in the bidding.

Interested Companies may receive Tender Document from OETC, upon paying the non-refundale tender fee of Omani Riyal (OMR) 10,000 for each above tender.

At present, Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC) Oman sets the tender’s submission date as 25 May 2020.

OETC informed that bidder’s proposals should be valid for not less than 90 days from the closing date. The Tenderer should attach a bank guarantee issued by any bank in the Sultanate of Oman for the value of 1% of the bid value.


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