Egypt plans to upgrade two refineries, APRC and SOPC
The U.S. trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has provided two funds totaling US $1.4 million to Egypt's Amreia refining company (APRC) and Suez petroleum processing company (SOPC) for the feasibility study of refinery upgrading.
The purpose of upgrading the APRC refinery is to increase refining efficiency by 25% and reduce emissions by 20%. The purpose of upgrading SOPC refinery is to improve the total refining capacity, increase the output of gasoline, and require the quality to meet the international fuel standards. UOP undertakes the feasibility study of two refineries.
International EPC bidding for Ruziz phase III hydropower station in Rwanda
The international EPC bidding of Ruziz phase III hydropower station in Rwanda is located in the Ruziz phase III area on the border between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Interested international contractors can submit the bidding intention of EPC project.
The project is a public-private partnership with a planned installed capacity of about 149 MW. The private sector project was initiated by Kenya industrial promotion services and SN Power of Norway.
The project is located on the Ruziz River on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda.
The EPC contract will include the design, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of a 45m high dam, associated spillway, low water level outlet and eco flow power station, a 3.8 km long, 6-7 m diameter concrete lined diversion tunnel, penstock and unit penstock from the dam reservoir to the power station, the power station and the switch yard, connecting Ruzizi 8.3 km long 220 kV double circuit transmission line at substation III and kamanyola (DRC) regional dispatching station, bugarama (RWANDA) and kamanyola (DRC) access to the dam site and all ancillary and associated works.
The power station is equipped with three generating units with an installed capacity of at least 150 MW.
Ruzizi III Energy Limited will prequalify contractors and consortia for the RIII-EPC contract. Prequalification documents will be provided free of charge in electronic format in the dedicated virtual data room. Interested applicants can request access to VDR by email to the following address, where all prequalification documents are sent.
Source: development of refining and chemical industry
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