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Spain : PRIOR INFORMATION NOTICE Advertising Campaign January 16, 2009

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Acquisition of media for advertising campaigns in the Plan Advertising and Institutional Communication of the Ministry of Health and
Consumption, which are expected to tender for the year 2009 :  traveling on vacation (holy week and summer) services to support prevention activities HIV-AIDS infection of women’s health to hand hygiene safety patients.(automatic translation)

Estimated cost excluding VAT: EUR 4 163 793.10.

NAME, ADDRESSES AND CONTACT POINT(S):

Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo. Dirección General de Recursos Humanos y Servicios Económico-Presupuestarios, Paseo del Prado, 18-20,
Attn: Román Encabo Rodríguez, E-28071 Madrid. Tel. +34 915961872. E-mail: rencabo@msc.es. Fax +34 915961547/48.
Internet address(es): www.contrataciondelestado.es.

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Greece :50 million euro’s are Transport needs of Greek Island: January 16, 2009

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Hellenic Republic - Ministry of Mercantile Marine

Hellenic Republic - Ministry of Mercantile Marine

The cover transport needs of the Greek Islands, the connection between them and the mainland as well as economic, social and territorial cohesion of the Greek State to public service in coastal connection for which no business case. (automatic translation).

Estimated value excluding VAT:
Range: between 52 288 760 and 59 103 600 EUR.

Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:
11.3.2009 – 10:00.

NAME, ADDRESSES AND CONTACT POINT(S):
poyrgeio Emporikis Naytilias Aigaioy kai Nisiotikis Politikis Geniki Grammateia Aigaioy kai Nisiotikis Politikis, Mikras Asias 2, Attn: Koytroylos Konstantinos, GR-81100 Mytilini. Tel.  +30 2251038350. E-mail: agones@ypai.gr. Fax  +30 2251041226.www.yen.gr.

GR-Athens: Hellenic Navy repair and maintenance services of ships January 16, 2009

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triShips, vessels and floating structures in the P.N Nafstathmous Salamis and Crete One 1 year of service with the right three-month extension on the same terms and prices
Estimated value excluding VAT: 950 000 EUR.
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:

16.3.2009 – 13:00.

NAME, ADDRESSES AND CONTACT POINT(S):
Geniko Epiteleio Naytikoy/Kentro Efodiasmoy Naytikoy/Tmima Ergolabion kai Ekpoiiseon, Anotati Epitropi Promitheion – Paparigopoyloy 2, Contact: Anotati Epitropi Promitheion, GR-10561 Athina. Tel. +30 2103234463. Fax +30 2103234463.
Internet address(es):
General address of the contracting authority: www.hellenicnavy.gr.

Shenhua Group launches CTL project in Inner Mongolia January 15, 2009

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Coal ProcessingShenhua Group, the country’s largest coal producer, announced that a direct coal-to-liquids (CTL) project had started operation before the New Year, sources reported.

The project, involving a total investment of RMB 10 billion, is the world’s first major liquefaction plant that employs direct coal liquefaction technology.

Located in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the first CTL facility in China is designed with a capacity of producing one million tons of fuels annually.

The project started construction on April, 2005, and is producing fuels and chemical products all up to standard at present.
Shenhua Group is a state-owned mining and energy company in China. It was founded in October 1995 under the auspices of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China.

Source: China Business News

HK-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge to start construction in 2009 January 15, 2009

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macau1A mega bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai will start the construction this year, said Du Ying, Vice Chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), at a press conference on Thursday.

The central government will allocate RMB 5 billion for the project and holds the idea the bridge can help the export enterprises within the area to sell their products in mainland China.

With a total length of 29 km, the bridge ranks the longest in the world, and is expected to enhance the overall competitiveness of the Pearl River Delta.
Source: China Business New

Argentina Ban on Phthalates in Toys and Childcare Articles to Enter into Force March 2009 January 15, 2009

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children toysOn 11 June 2008, the Argentinean government issued a resolution to prohibit the sale, manufacture, importation or exportation of toys and childcare products made with plasticised materials containing di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP) or benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP) in concentrations exceeding 0.1 percent. In addition, the sale, manufacture, importation or exportation of children’s toys and childcare articles that can be placed in a child’s mouth will be banned if they contain diisononyl phthalate (DINP), diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP) or di-n-octyl phthalate (DnOP) in concentrations exceeding 0.1 percent. Imports of toys and childcare articles made of flexible materials must be accompanied by a technical report prepared by Argentina’s Plastic Industry Centre for Research and Development confirming that those products do not contain any of the banned phthalates. The term “childcare article” is defined in the legislation as a product intended to facilitate sleep, relaxation, hygiene and feeding of children.

This ban was originally slated to enter into force on 9 September 2008 but the implementation date has been extended to 11 March 2009. In addition, a special commission has been created to develop instructional materials designed to ensure that the phthalate regulations are adequately implemented.
Source: Business Alert – US

CHINA : Bids For Incineration Power Franchise Project Of Taizhou Urban Refuse Disposal Center (BOT) January 15, 2009

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Power PlantBid No.: 0747-0840SITC8610

Luqiao Branch Office of Taizhou Construction & Planning Bureau authorized by Taizhou Luqiao People’s Government, entrusts SINOCHEM International Tendering Co., Ltd. as the bidding agency to invite the public bidding for Concessionary Unit Of Incineration Power Project Of Taizhou Urban Refuse Disposal Center. Now, the interested eligible bidders are invited to submit the sealed bids in an independent juridical person unit or joint venture.

1. Project introduction

1) Project name: Taizhou Urban Refuse Disposal Center Incineration Power Franchise Project (hereinafter referred to as “Project”)

2) Project site: Shitang, Pengjie Township, Luqiao District, Taizhou City, Zhejiang Province, China

3) Project size: The designed daily urban refuse disposal capacity is 800 tons and the annual disposal capacity is 290,000 tons. The future daily disposal capacity is 1200 tons and the bidder should consider the reservation in the construction plan.

4) The total investment amount is about RMB290 million yuan. To ensure the project construction level, the total investment shall not be less than RMB260 million yuan.

5) Project franchise period: The franchise rights period is 29 years since the effect date of the agreement (including the construction period of two years).

2. Content of bids:

The successful bidder is selected through the public bidding and form into the project company, which is responsible for the investment, construction, operation management of Taizhou Urban Refuse Disposal Center Incineration Power Franchise Project in the franchise rights period and the transfer upon the expiration of franchise rights period.

3. Qualification for bidder:

(1) The bidder shall be an enterprise juridical person duly organized, validly existing according to the law. Meanwhile, the bidder shall have no subordinate relationship with the purchaser and the consultation unit or its affiliated organization for finishing the technology standard and bid document.

(2) The member of joint venture shall not be more than 2, and the investment proportion (share proportion of project company) of the leading party shall not be less than 51%.

(3) The independent bidder or the leading party of joint venture shall have the investment construction or the operation management achievement of not less than 500 t/d urban refuse incineration power plant, which the furnace of incineration process is the fluidizer.

(4) The net asset of the audited financial statement in the recent three years of an independent bidder or the leading party of joint venture shall not be less than RMB200 million yuan.

(5) Neither an independent bidder or the member of joint venture can attend the dual or multiple bids.

CONTACTS:

Purchaser: Luqiao Branch Office of Taizhou Construction & Planning Bureau

Bidding agency: SINOCHEM International Tendering Co., Ltd.

Contact: Liu Yinghua

Tel: 0086-10-88078970, Mao Shibo

Tel: 0086-10-88079223

Fax: 0086-10-88079323

Post code: 100045

Email: liuyinghua@sinochem.com, maoshibo@sinochem.com

Address: Room 2001, 20/F SINOCHEM Tower, A2 Fuxingmenwai Street, Beijing City, China

A/C name: SINOCHEM International Tendering Co., Ltd.

Opening bank: Beijing Fuwai Branch of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China

A/C No.: 0200048509022104668

Building – Floraville Public School January 15, 2009

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Building and Construction and Maintenance Services The works include: Demolition of Block H & associated Site Works/Services & removal of nominated trees. The relocation, rebuilding & reinstatement of Block I. Construction of Block K (Hall, Toilets & C.O.L.A.) linked by new covered ways to existing/new buildings. Construction of Block J, with facilities for (School Administration & Library), linked by new covered ways to existing/new buildings . Internal/external refurbishment & conversion of Block A to accommodate 4 Homebases.

Internal refurbishment/conversion of Block B ground floor to accommodate 2 Homebases.

Works to Block D incl, provision of new subfloor access & associated sub floor works, conversion of Main Switch Room to EDB/associated building works, incl. internal painting to northern rooms. Removal & lawful disposal of hazardous materials.

Refurbishment/reinstatement of Block I into 2 Homebases. Construction of new vehicle entries/crossovers, access & service roads, bulk waste pad, car parking & associated landscaping works. Construction of new retaining walls, stairs, ramps, paving, landscaping, making good of disturbed areas & all associated siteworks & services. Supply & installation of new Main Switch Board, Consumer Mains, Substation & associated works, site reticulation & all other associated works. Construction of a complying underground stormwater detention tank & all associated siteworks, landscaping & services. Construction of a rainwater harvesting system with underground storage tanks & all associated siteworks, landscaping & services. Provision of a complying fire fighting system & associated works.

Contacts:
Commerce OPWS PMG Programs Branch
Person: Nick Chipizubov
Telephone: +61 02 9372 8591
E-mail: nick.chipizubov@commerce.nsw.gov.au

Engineering, Procurement, Contruction & Commissioning of 300MW Kimanis Power Project January 15, 2009

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petronas-towers-1PETRONAS Gas Behad (PGB) and Yayasan Sabah (YS) intend to construct a combined cycle power plant with a nominal generating capacity of 300MW in Kimanis, District of Papar, Sabah through a proposed joint-venture company, soon to be incorporated between PGB and YS.
PGB and YS hereby invite applications from prospective bidders with relevant experience, financial capability and resources to qualify for the tender as indicated in the Pre-Qualification Document.
The prospective bidders or consortium/joint venture company must have previous working experience with an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), proven capability, relevant experience and successfully completed the implementation of a similar combined cycle power plant project. Foreign bidders are required to form a joint-venture or consortium with capable local contractors to maximize local participation.
The Pre-Qualification Document will be available for purchase and collection from 13 – 23 January 2009 at Group Supply Chain Management Division, Level 9, Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur during following working hours:
Monday – Thursday (9.30am – 12.30pm & 2.30pm – 4.30pm)
Friday – (9.30am – 12.00pm & 3.00pm – 4.30pm)
The document fee of RM10,000 (non-refundable) should be made by Bank Draft to Petronas Gas Berhad upon collection of the document. In the case of joint-venture, the document should be purchased by the lead partner. A copy of receipt/acknowledgement must be submit together with the application for Pre-Qualification to Tender Box 9, Kimanis Power Project (KPP), Level 9, Tower 1, PETRONAS Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.
Pre-Qualification closing date will be on 16th February 2009 at 12.00noon. All costs incurred in relation to the application for pre-qualification shall be borne by the applicant.

Portugal: High Speed Railway Project January 15, 2009

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General Overview

/ PPP Contracting Procedure / Status of the Project RAVE – Rede Ferroviária de Alta Velocidade, S.A. (RAVE) was created by Decree-Law No. 323-H/2000, dated 19 December, and constituted with a capital of 2,500,000 Euros as a public limited company with exclusively public capitals. 60% of the company is held by the Portuguese State and 40% is held by REFER – Rede Ferroviária Nacional, E.P.E., the national railway infrastructure administrator.

Rede Ferroviária de Alta Velocidade Portugal

Rede Ferroviária de Alta Velocidade Portugal

In addition to its activities in Portugal, in partnership with ADIF – the Spanish Railway Infrastructure Management company, RAVE is a 50% shareholder in AVEP – Alta Velocidade Espanha-Portugal (High Speed Spain-Portugal), a European economic interest grouping created in order to study rail links between the two countries. AVEP is responsible for coordinating market research studies and defining routes and other technical aspects of the trans-crossing sections of this railway system, and also co-ordinates applications and procedures for obtaining EU funding for the project.

Framework
Currently, the transport sector for passengers and goods is clearly more favourable to road transport, especially due to the imbalances seen in recent decades. In addition to intense investments in road infrastructure, which has been a decisive factor for
development and a reference for mobility standards, the rail network has increasingly been unable to keep pace with modern requirements for mobility, both in terms of passengers and freight.
Against such a background, and considering the acknowledged benefits associated with rail transport as a means of reducing the external costs of the transport sector, it has become necessary to develop rail services and infrastructure which responds to current
mobility standards, offering advantages for users in terms of costs, time, reliability and comfort with integration into the entire European rail network.
In compliance with this objective, the development of the Trans-European Transport Network envisages the construction of 20,000 km of High-Speed railways up to 2020.
The Trans-European Transport Network is a central element of European policies for the revival of rail transport, associated with values of competitiveness, efficiency and sustainability.
The implementation of the High-Speed Rail Network in Portugal will commence with the Lisbon-Madrid, Lisbon-Porto and Porto-Vigo axes, which are considered to be a priority by the Portuguese government. This is due to the need to guarantee journey duration
and mobility standards and competitiveness equivalent to those achieved on the main European economic axes for the links between Portugal’s two main metropolitan areas and between these cities and Madrid. The creation of these High-Speed rail links is a
decisive factor for Portugal’s integration into the European rail network, creating the necessary conditions to boost competitiveness – in the Iberian and European context – of the Portuguese regions which have the highest population density and generate most of
the nation’s wealth.