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Tanzania : Upgrade to tarmac level the Tanga-Horohoro Road January 30, 2009

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UPGRADING OF 3 PACKAGES (6 LOTS OF MAINLAND TRUNK ROADS TO BITUMEN STANDARS
TANZANIA
Package 1: Lot 1 A101 : Upgrading of tanga – Horohoro (68 km) Package 2: Upgrading of Mtwara Corridor comprising: lot 1 A301: songea – Namtumbo (61 km) and Lot 2 A401 Peramiho Jct – Mbinga (78 Km) Package 3: Tunduma-Sumbawanga comprising: Lot 1: A2011 Tunduma-Ikana (64Km) Lot 2: A2012 Ikana- laela (64Km) and Lot 3 A2013 Laela – Sumbawanga (96.5 Km)

The government expects to upgrade to tarmac level the Tanga-Horohoro Road during the 2008/2009 financial year, the National Assembly was told here yesterday. The Minister for Infrastructure Development, Dr Shukuru Kawambwa, told the National Assembly that the road would be constructed with the assistance from the US government through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC).

The 65-kilometre long Tanga-Horohoro Road is one of five roads with a total of 439.5 kilometers in length that would be upgraded to tarmac level through the MCC, he said. The minister also said those who would be affected by the exercise of upgrading the road would be compensated fairly as soon as changes in the environmental impact assessment report are made and approved.

Dr Kawambwa told the National Assembly that the government had already prepared tender documents, conducted a feasibility study and submitted an environmental impact assessment report to the MCC but the corporation wanted a few changes to the report. The minister was responding to a question from the MP for Mkinga, Mr Mbaruk Mwandoro, who wanted to know when the government would start upgrading the road to tarmac level and when people affected by the exercise would be compensated.

More info and contacts:
Project Coordinator Tanzania National Roads Agency Haiday Plaza – Kisutu Street Dar es Salaam
tanroadshq@tanroads.org
Deadline: 24/03/2009
Millenium Challenge Account – Tanzania (MCA-T)

Dar es Salaam
Telefono: +255 222124634
Fax: +255 222124644
E-mail: numuqa@yahoo.com
Web: http://www.mca-t.go.tz

South Africa : Second convetional nuclear power station, South Africa January 24, 2009

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The Eskom (South African electric utility ) board has approved the investigation of up to 20 000 MW of nuclear capacity over the next 20 years, as part of its plans to roll out 40 000 MW of capacity over the same period. The initial phase of the investigation will concentrate on one nuclear power station of about 40 000 MW, with provision being made for future expansion.

A small model of the nuclear power plant "Kernkraftwerk Emsland" in Lingen, Germany (flokru, Flickr)

A small model of the nuclear power plant "Kernkraftwerk Emsland" in Lingen, Germany (flokru, Flickr

The proposed nuclear power station will be of the pressurised water reactor (PWR) type. Cooling water for the nuclear power station will be used directly from the sea. Although detailed design still needs to be completed, it is estimated that the entire development will require some 31 ha, including all auxiliary infrastructure.

 

The proposed nuclear power station will include a nuclear reactor, a turbine complex, spent fuel and nuclear storage facilities, waste handling facilities, an intake and outfall basin, and infrastructure for various auxiliary services.

Eskom is considering five possible sites for the nuclear plant, namely Brazil, near Kleinzee, and Schulpfontein near Hondeklipbaai on the Northern Cape west coast; Duynefontein (Koeberg) and Batamsklip, near Pearly Beach, east of Gansbaai, on the Western Cape coast; and Thyspunt, near Oyster Bay, west of Cape St Francis, on the Eastern Cape coast.

Value The project’s capital cost is between  € 70 millions and € 80 millions.
If the proposed project is authorised, it is estimated that the construction of the nuclear power station could start in 2010, with the commissioning of the first unit in 2016.

Key contractors and suppliers Arcus Gibb (environmental-impact assessment (EIA) and environmental-management plan for the proposed nuclear power plant). Latest development Eskom has announced its decision not to proceed with the proposed investment in the Nuclear 1 project, owing to the magnitude of the investment. The Eskom board has, as a result, terminated the commercial procurement process to select the preferred bidder for the construction of the Nuclear 1 project.

The two bidders, the EPR consortium led by Areva of France and the N-Powerment consortium led by Westinghouse of the US, have been informed of this decision of the Eskom board.

However, the South African government has stressed that the country remains committed to its nuclear power programme despite the dicision.

Contact details for project information

Eskom media desk, tel +27 11 800 3304, fax +27 11 800 3850

email mediadesk@eskom.co.za.

Eskom national call centre, tel 0860 037 566.

Active EC WTO Dispute Settlement Cases January 20, 2009

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At present, the EC is actively involved in 341 WTO disputes: in 16 of these cases the EC is the complaining party while in the remaining 18 cases the EC is on the defending side.
These cases relate to the EC’s relations with 15 of its trading partners (Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Ecuador, Honduras, India, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and the US).
Dispute settlement activities against the US continue to represent the majority of EC’s active disputes. In most of these disputes it is the EC which is the complaining party (7), being the defendant in 5 cases (GMOs, hormones, bananas, aircraft and Information  Technology Agreement). Regarding the substance of EC’s offensive cases with the US, a major part concerns the misuse of trade defence instruments.

Overview EC active WTO Dispute Settlement Cases

USA :REPLACEMENT OF SHORE BELT PARKWAY BRIDGE OVER PAERDEGAT BASIN, ROCKAWAYPARKWAY AND FRESH CREEK BASIN January 20, 2009

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bridgeNEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF BRIDGES
MR. ANDRE L.CELESTIN P.E. PROJECT MANAGER
USA
59 MAIDEN LANE 36TH FL.
10038
 NEW YORK
Telephone: +1 212/487 7872
Fax: +1 212/487 7822
E-mail: acelestin@dot.nyc.gov

FRANCE : Nuclear Plant dismantling work. January 20, 2009

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Chooz France Nuclear Plant (Google Maps)Design, production, installation and commissioning of a circuit up water filtration and purification for the dismantling of the nuclear reactor during decommissioning of the plant CHOOZ A.
This system provides the following functions:
– Filling the pool from reactor
– Transfer to sheets of the ETS by the movement of water,
– Water treatment before discharge (filtration – purification)
– Treatment of water during the decommissioning operations.
The provision also includes the provision of equipment to the packaging waste produced by the secondary treatment systems.
Estimated value excluding VAT between 4 000 000 and 5 000 000 EUR.
CONTACT POINT(S):
EDF, 20, place de la Défense, Attn: Bernard Dispa, F-92050 Paris La Défense Cédex. Tel. +33 472824144.
E-mail: bernard.dispa@edf.fr.
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: 9.2.2009 – 11:00.

Spain : Cadiz – Seville Railways January 17, 2009

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Cadiz-Seville line. Section: Station Airport Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz. Duplication of track. railway branch of the Bajo de Cabezuela
Estimated value: € 19.055.819,89
Deadline: 19-02-2009

Full Procedure Document   
Full Technical Document

CONTACTS:
Dirección General de Ferrocarriles
Dirección Postal
PLAZA DE LOS SAGRADOS CORAZONES,7
Madrid – 28071
Teléfono: (34) 915 97 99 24
Fax: (34) 915 97 93 42
midorrego@fomento.es

Jordan : Wadi Amman land restoration project January 17, 2009

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The Greater Amman Municipality (“GAM”) is pleased to announce that it is seeking interested parties for the development of lands located at the eastern gateway to the City of Amman and defined as the Wadi Amman Project .  The purpose of this Request for Prequalification (“PQ”) is to identify interested parties with the appropriate expertise and qualifications to undertake this Project, and establish a shortlist of Qualified Participants who will be invited to respond to a detailed Request for Proposals (“RFP”).  From the RFP, a Successful Participant will be selected to enter into agreement with GAM to execute the Project.

Wadi Amman Districts

Wadi Amman Districts

Wadi Amman is a land assembly located to the southwest of the historic Hedjaz Railway Station and to the northeast incorporating the Roman Amphitheatre. The 3-kilometre strip, approximately 150 metres at its widest point, serves as the eastern gateway to historic downtown Amman for visitors traveling from Zarqa and points beyond. The character of Wadi Amman is defined by its location along the seil and transportation arteries (Al Jaysh Highway and King Abdullah I Street) that distinguish Wadi Amman from its surrounding communities.
GAM recognizes the different characteristics in Wadi Amman and has therefore divided it into three distinct districts: (1) Wadi Philadelphia; (2) Wadi Ragadan; and (3) Wadi Mahatta. This PQ is concerned only with District 1 and 2; as such the subject parcel of land measures approximately 27 Hectares. The Project Area (i.e., District 1 and 2) includes some historical monuments and few heritage buildings that defined the main characteristics of the City of Amman. For example, the Wadi Philadelphia District was at one time part of the Region of the Decapolis (ancient cities of the Roman Empire), thus a number of significant antiquity sites are still found in the area, most notably the Roman Amphitheatre located on the Wadi Philadelphia lands and the Roman Citadel also located in the vicinity of the Project Area…..

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A pre-qualification meeting with GAM will be held on 1st Feb. 2009 at 10:00 a.m. at the City Hall, Ras Al-Ein. All prospective applicants are invited to attend in order to be briefed on the project and the prequalification process. All interested parties are required to confirm on their attendance no later than 7 days prior to prequalification meeting date.
CONTACTS:
Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) Tendering and Procurement Directorate
Contact Person: Eng. Mutasem Hindawi (Executive Director of Supply Chain and Acquisition)
Eng. Omar Maani (Mayor

City Hall, Ras Al-Ein, Omar Matar Street
PO Box 132
Amman Jordan

Tel.: +962 6 4642408 / 4636111 ext. 2205 / 2206 / 2207
Fax: +962 6 4610231 / 4621086
E-mail: gam.tenders@ammancity.gov.jo

YEMEN : 400 MW MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION January 17, 2009

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Sana , YemenInvitation to Prequalify Companies for Designing, Engineering, Manufacturing, Installing, Training, Start-up and Commissioning of 400 MW MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION.
Invitation are due to sent out to qualified companies to submit their bids by 13th of April 2009.
The pre-qualification will be processed in accordance with the instructions provided in a Prequalification Document. The invitation is open to all companies from countries specified in the prequalification.
For more information on the Prequalification Document, please contact the address shown below during working hours (8:00 AM to 3:00 PM).
Applicants interested in purchasing the Prequalification Document are requested to submit their written application request to the address shown below, and enclose with their application a non-refundable amount of $200. The application should be sent in a sealed and stamped envelope to the address shown below. Applications should be received by 11th March 2009.
The qualified companies for Marib Gas Power Plant Project (Phase II) 400 MW should not submit their applications but the letter of interest is required.
The Prequalification Document will be put out on the following websites:
The PEC website (www.pec.com.ye). Then log on to Bids and advertisement.
The official website can also be accessed through the service provider (y.net).

CONTACTS:

Ministry of Electricity & Energy
Public Electricity Corporation
MABAR GAS TURBINE POWER STATION
P.O.BOX 178
AIRPORT ST. NEAR ALTHAWRA PARK
SANA´A REPUBLIC OF YEMEN
ATT. PEC MANAGING DIRECTOR
TEL. 00967 1 328 141/2/3/4 FAX 00967 1 328 150/1
E-MAIL: YPECNT@Y.NET.YE

Spain : Vaccine January 16, 2009

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PRIOR INFORMATION NOTICE: Acquisition of the vaccine against tetanus, diphtheria for the Galician vaccinations
Tender date: 01.03.2009.
Estimated cost excluding VAT: 610 000 EUR
NAME, ADDRESSES AND CONTACT POINT:
Consellería de Sanidad, San Lázaro, s/n, Attn: Servicio de Contratación, E-15703 Santiago de Compostela.
Tel. +34 811543617. Fax +34 881542762.
Internet address: www.sergas.es.