Polskie LNG preparing for expansion
Published by Will Owen,
Polskie LNG has published a periodic indicative notice regarding the forthcoming contract award procedure and the selection of a contractor for the expansion of the LNG terminal in Swinoujscie planned for the near future.
The procedure provides for the ‘design and build’ formula, in which the contractor for the construction of the third tank, additional process systems increasing the regasification capacity and the railway siding, will be selected.
This is an important phase in the Expansion Program of President Lech Kaczynski's LNG terminal in Swinoujscie. Currently, the two major services offered by the LNG terminal include regasification and transshipment onto tank trucks. After the expansion, the terminal’s regasification capacity will be increased and the range of transshipment services will be extended in order to maximise the plant’s potential and create appropriate conditions for LNG market development over the coming years.
The purpose of the periodic indicative notice is to inform all prospective bidders about the scope of the planned contract and other criteria of the contractor selection procedure planned in December 2018.
“By publishing the periodic indicative notice in accordance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Law, the company has provided the prospective bidders with an opportunity to consider the proposed conditions of the tendering procedure,” said Pawel Jakubowski, President of the Board of Polskie LNG. “Thus we provide the means for the companies interested in participating in the project to submit their comments and remarks, owing to which the tendering process will be complete and comprehensive.”
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/26112018/polskie-lng-preparing-for-expansion/
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