Bids opened for SEC T&D packages

29 July 2005
Bids were submitted in early July to Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) for three packages on the Khursaniyah transmission and distribution (T&D) project in the Eastern Province. For package 1, covering the turnkey construction of a 380/115-kV substation at Khursaniyah, the local/South Korean Middle East Engineering & Development Company (Meedco)is the low bidder at SR 185.6 million ($49.5 million). The local National Contracting Company (NCC) is the low bidder at SR 61.5 million ($16.4 million) for package 2, involving the supply and installation of a 50-kilometre-long, 380-kV double-circuit overhead transmission line (OHTL) from the 380/230-kV substation at Al-Fadhli to Abu Hadriyah. NCC is also the low bidder at SR 31.8 million ($8.5 million) for package 3, covering the installation of a 115-kV power cable from the Abu Hadriyah oil field and Fadhili manifold to Khursaniyah.

Bidders

(SR million)

Middle East Engineering & Development Company (Meedco) 185.6

Al-Toukhi Contracting 189.1

Al-Fanar 206.8

National Contracting Company (NCC) 232.2

Package 2

National Power61.5 Construction Company,Pakistan

Meedco 73

NPCC 79.5

AETCON 79.6

Package 3

NCC 31.8

Al-Fanar 43.8

Meedco44

NPCC46.5 Exchange rate: $1=SR 3.75

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