Bosnia: Public call for 300MW TPP Banovici, SEE Energy News
Brown Coal Mine “Banovici” invited a public call for prequalification of strategic partner choice for financing and building of Thermal power plant “Banovici” with power of 300 MW.
According to the invitation, the partner should ensure financing and construction of Thermal power plant facility, and BCM “Banovici” will return the loan on terms defined in the contract with partner.
Partner should be obligated to incorporate the latest technology in accordance with the relevant regulations, which would meet all the standards in respect of environmental protection.
The partner selection will be based on the International public tender, which will proceed in four phases.
The deadline for application submission in the first prequalification phase is 45 days from the publication date of public invitation in “Sluzbeni glasnik” from FBiH. During the second phase it will be collected preliminary technical-technological and financial offers from qualified candidates, and it will last 45 days from the invitation receipt to tender.
The third phase includes collecting final technical-technological and financial offers, evaluation and proposal for strategic partner selection. The deadline for bids submission in this phase will be determined by the tender documents.
The fourth phase represents obtaining the approval of the proposal to select partner and selection of a strategic partner.
The deadline for offers submission according prequalification document is 10th April 2014th until 12am.
With selected partner, BCM “Banovići” will sign a contract that will define that new building TPP Banovici – unit of 1.300 MW will be 100-percent owned by M and TPP Banovici, while natural resources required for the operation of thermal power plants remain in the property of the Federation BiH.
BCM “Banovici” will perform internal reorganization and operation expansion and change the company in M and TPP Banovici.
The Federal Government will discuss on possibility of providing guarantees for project financing.
Source; Serbia Energy See Desk