The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has recently published a request for expression of interest (EOI) for the construction of a combined cycle power plant near Shalkiya village in the district of Zhanakorgan, Kazakhstan.
More specifically, Tau-Ken Samruk JSC, the Kazakhstan-owned company which manages and operates mining assets in across the country, is planning construction of 75-80 MW Shalkiya gas-fired combined cycle power plant to meet the needs in electricity and heat energy as well as to enhance reliability of power supply to Shalkiya mining and processing complex.
The power plant will include, among other, the following technical requirements:
Additionally, construction of Shalkiya gas-fired combined cycle power plant will be subject to engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracting on a turnkey basis. The contract will include the entire necessary infrastructure (gas pipeline, the power distribution scheme, water supply, sewerage, etc.).
It is also planned that the contractor will provide financing for the project. The deadline for the submission of expression of interests is August 1, 2016 at 11:00 (local time).
See the tender announcement: