Botswana: Procurement underway for Orapa gas infrastructure

Issue 307 - 11 Sep 2015
The government is exploring the use of coal bed methane and liquefied natural gas (LNG) to reduce the cost of running its 90MW dual fuel open cycle gas turbine power plant at Orapa, which is currently operating using diesel. A tender has been issued for an owner’s engineer to work on developing LNG and coal bed methane gas infrastructure to supply the power plant. Bids are due by 7 October but a compulsory site visit and pre-tender clarification meeting will take place on 23 September.

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