Serbia: Gazprom’s companies start construction of thermal power plants in Serbia, News Serbia Energy
Companies of Gazprom Oil and Gazprom Energoholding plan to start construction of a thermal power plant with a capacity of up to 208 MW in Serbia in the I-II quarter of 2017, the corporate magazine of Gazprom reports.
“Currently, a land plot for a construction site has been prepared, as well as pre-project documentation has been developed. Following the consideration of final proposals of the participants of a tender “Construction of TPP in Pancevo (Serbia),” a Tender Commission decided to determine the winner and sign a EPC contract with Metka S. A. (Greece)”, — the message reads.
The facility is expected to be put in operation at the end of the year 2019.
Source: Russian construction
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