Netherlands-based engineering group Tebodin has submitted the lowest bid on a tender for work on gasoline storage tanks in Sitra, Bahrain.

Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) received engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) bids from three companies on 6 April to segregate the gasoline sewer system at Sitra tanks, marketing terminal and wharf.

Tebodin Middle East submitted the lowest bid of $14.6m. The other two bidders were Japan’s JGC Gulf International with $16.5m and the local Nass Industrial Services with $27.8m, according to the Bahrain official tender board.

Bapco is assessing bids on an estimated $5bn at the Sitra refinery to expand the capacity of the facility.