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27.11.2014 16:51
TAP Announced New Compressor Stations Tender Procedures for Greece and Albania
Design and specification for the compressor stations is in line with TAP’s initial capacity of 10bcm per annum – gas transported from Shah Deniz II to Europe – with a possibility to expand that capacity up to 20bcm per annum
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Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG (TAP) has issued its next Invitations to Tender (ITT) for compressor stations in Greece and Albania. TAP is issuing two separate ITTs – one for Greece and one for Albania.

In Greece, the ITT will cover the provision of engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of one compressor station at Kipoi.

In Albania, the ITT is for the provision of engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of one compressor station at Fier, and one metering station at Billisht. The metering station is designed to measure natural gas coming from the Greek section of TAP.

Design and specification for the compressor stations is in line with TAP’s initial capacity of 10bcm per annum – gas transported from Shah Deniz II to Europe – with a possibility to expand that capacity up to 20bcm per annum.

Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline is planned to begin in 2016. TAP’s highest elevation will be approximately 1800 meters in Albania and the pipeline will, on its route, cross many roads and rivers.

TAP plans to award the contracts for compressor stations in the second half of 2015. The next Invitation to Tenders that will be issued by TAP are for the procurement of  turbo compressor units for the compressor stations in Greece and Albania, and for the procurement of large diameter ball valves for Greece, Albania and Italy. TAP plans to issue these ITTs within the fourth quarter of 2014.

TAP’s Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors will also be responsible for further securing additional subcontractors to implement specific parts of the contract assignment. This could create additional employment and business opportunities, thereby contributing to economic prosperity in the countries that TAP will cross.


TAGS: Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG | TAP | tender | compressor station | Greece | Albania | procurement | pipeline | gas | Shah Deniz II | Europe | engineering 


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