Oman Power & Water Procurement Company (OPWP) is planning to issue tender documents for the planned coal-fired independent power project (IPP) by the end of October.
The client received prequalification documents from developers in June for the sultanate’s first coal-fired power plant, and is currently evaluating proposals before finalising the prequalification list. According to sources close to the project, tender documents will be issued to the prequalifiers in the next three months.
MEED reported in July that OPWP had appointed Indian/US firm Synergy Consulting as financial adviser for its planned 1,200MW coal-fired IPP.
Synergy will join Finland’s Poyry, technical adviser, and UK’s Gowling WLG, legal adviser, to complete the advisory team. The UK’s EY had previously been appointed to assist OPWP with the feasibility study for the IPP.
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