Angola: Coba appointed Caculo Cabaça technical adviser
- 02 Jun 2017
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Portuguese engineering firm Coba Consultores de Engenheria e Ambiente SA has been selected as the technical adviser for the 2,171MW Caculo Cabaça hydropower dam project on the Kwanza River, according to a decree issued by the office of President José Eduardo dos Santos on 25 April. Coba will oversee the engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning of the power plant’s electromechanical equipment, which will be carried out by a consortium called AIBC, formed by Dubai-based Anglostar Management DMCC, Brazil’s Intertechne Consultores SA, Israel’s Baran International and the Luanda-based Copia Group.
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