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Oman wins $65.8 million 400kV Substation project

Oman Electricity Transmission Company awarded the project for the construction of a new 400kV/132kV Al Jefnen Substation with involved Overhead transmission line.

The project has been assigned to Oman based construction company, Oman National Engineering & Investment Company SAOG (ONEIC), The value of the signed contract is OMR 25,316,274.200.

As part of the scope of works, the contractor will build 400/132kV Grid Station on Engineering, Procurement and construction basis, Project scope of work also comprises installation of two numbers 500MVA, 220/132kV Power Transformers at Misfah Substation.

The Contractor shall execute on Lump-sum turnkey basis, the design, engineering, materials procurement, quality management, factory inspection/testing, transport and delivery to site, installation, construction, site inspection, testing and commissioning, all involved work and services until final handing over of substation works in a satisfactorily working and operating condition.

Project need to be completed within 26 months.


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