Ukrgasvydobuvannya announced a tender for the arrangement of the Khrestyschenske GCF for UAH 408 million

Ukrgasvydobuvannya JSC has announced a tender for the arrangement of the Khrestyschenske GCF, the installation of the fifth Titan-130 gas turbine unit at the Khrestyschenske BCS, and turnkey works for UAH 408.2 million (with VAT). This was reported in the ProZorro system.

Clarifications on the tender can be requested by May 13, 2021, and the auction starts on June 29. The bidding deadline is May 23, 2021. The equipment delivery term according to the procurement is April 18, 2022. The construction term planned is 270 days from the date of the contract signing.

The main types and requirements for works performance under the purchase are the development of "detailed design documents", construction and installation works, delivery and completion with required materials and equipment, and commissioning works.

It is planned to install a turbo compressor unit (TCU) No. 5 manufactured by Solar Turbines with a Titan 130 gas turbine drive with the following parameters: Pin – 0.4 MPa (exc.), Pdisch – 5.5 MPa (exc.), Q – 3.0 mcm a day.

Work on the installation of TCU with piping shall be carried out without shutdown of the technological equipment, but the final connection to the process lines of the BCS shall be carried out in the shortest possible term when the BCS will be completely shut down. This shall be followed by commissioning works.

As previously reported, Ukrgasvydobuvannya also plans to purchase a set of equipment for the installation of enhanced hydrocarbon recovery (EHCR) at the Khrestyschenska booster compressor station (BCS) for UAH 145.7 million. The relevant tender was announced at the end of the last year, and the auction is scheduled for June 22, 2021.

12:59 / 26 April 2021

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