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Ministry of Justice Caribbean

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  • 01 Nov 2018
  • Jamaica
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Shenzhen International Tendering Co., Ltd. Eastern Asia

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  • 05 Nov 2018
  • China
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Tianjin Yitian Engineering Consulting Co....... Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Tianjin Border Inspection Station Technical Equipment Mainten ......

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  • 05 Nov 2018
  • China
  • 17142150
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Zhongzhao International Tendering Co. Eastern Asia

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  • 06 Nov 2018
  • China
  • 17142151
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Zhejiang International Technical Equipmen...... Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Integrated Navigation System Project Of The Second Institute ......

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  • 05 Nov 2018
  • China
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The Office of the Prime Minister (Youth E...... Caribbean funded

Request For Expression Of Interest For Trainer To Deliver 2D Modules For The 2018 Asa ......

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  • 26 Oct 2018
  • Jamaica
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Taiwan Water Corporation Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Ductile Iron Pipe300mm (K3)84,684 Meters

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  • 24 Oct 2018
  • Taiwan
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China International Tendering Co., Ltd. Eastern Asia

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  • 08 Nov 2018
  • China
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Supply Of General Stationery

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  • 02 Nov 2018
  • Kenya
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Supply Of Branded Exercise Books.

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  • Kenya
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Agency Roads and Maritime Services Australia

SHB - Jack Arch Strengthening - North Pylon - CG.N35

255,429 17-10-2018
Central Level Project Implementatio Nepal

Construction of 3 School Building Complex in Nuwakot District (Package - 7)

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Agency Roads and Maritime Services Australia

APRB: Aboriginal Salvage works on the Tate's Farm

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North-West Power Generation Company Bangladesh

Supply and Installation of AC Units for Khulna 225 MW CCPP, NWPGCL

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Agency NSW Dept of Industry - Local Australia

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SMEs to seek franchise on mini-grid projects

Various small and medium-sized solar companies have grouped together to seek a franchise for the establishment of power mini-grid projects. Solar Energy Association of the Philippines (SEAP) composed of solar business owners, sole proprietors and enthusiasts are pitching together an average of P20,000 per member to form cooperatives which will set up the grids. Thomas Mallilin, a founding member of a solar cooperative, said setting up mini grids is an alternative solution for electric cooperatives in energizing their areas. SEAP follows Solar Para Sa Bayan (SPSB) which was the first to apply for a franchise. SPSB has organized several open for a to discuss its proposed mini-grid franchise and share information to groups that wish to apply for the same. Philippines

Conglomerate sets P4B solar power venture in Vietnam

Ayala-led power generation firm AC Energy has partnered with AMI Renewables Energy Joint Stock Co. to develop 80 megawatts (MW) of solar power projects in Vietnam worth $83 million or approximately P4.4 billion. The deal involves engineering, procurement and construction as well as financing to build solar plants in the province of Khanh Hoa and Dak before the June 2019 solar feed-in tariff deadline in Vietnam, AC Energy said. “We are excited to expand our development initiatives in Vietnam and work with our local partner AMI Renewables. We appreciate the strong commitment of Vietnam government to promote renewables, and the strong support from our banking partners that are providing project finance,” Eric Francia, AC Energy president and chief executive officer said, in a statement. Francia added AC Energy will participate with at least 50 percent economic share in the projects as Indovina Bank of Vietnam and RCBC of the Philippines provide non-recourse financing for the Dak Lak and Khanh Hoa projects, respectively. Last year, AC Energy formed a platform company with AMI Renewables to build renewable energy plants in Vietnam, including the 352 MW Quang Binh wind project. Last month, it completed its share purchase agreement worth $579.2 million with Aboitiz Power Corp. granting the latter 49 percent voting stake and 60 percent economic stake in AA Thermal Inc., the Ayala Group’s thermal energy platform in the Philippines. AA Thermal’s assets initially consist of AC Energy’s limited partnership interests in GNPower Mariveles Coal Plant Ltd. Co. which owns and operates a 2x316 MW coal plant and in GNPowerDinginin Ltd. Co. which developed and owns the 2x668 MW supercritical coal currently under construction. Francia said after the transaction, the company’s thermal portfolio will decrease to around 800 MW from the previous 1,300 MW. AC Energy said earlier the sale will help balance its portfolio with renewable energy sources and raise capital to support growth as the company expands in the Asean region. It aspires to develop 5 gigawatts of attributable capacity and generate at least 50 percent of energy from renewables by 2025. Vietnam

Fearing debt trap, Pakistan rethinks Chinese Silk Road projects

ISLAMABAD- After lengthy delays, an $8.2 billion revamp of a colonial-era rail line snaking from the Arabian Sea to the foothills of the Hindu Kush has become a test of Pakistan’s ability to rethink signature Chinese “Silk Road” projects due to debt concerns. The rail megaproject linking the coastal metropolis of Karachi to the northwestern city of Peshawar is China’s biggest Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) project in Pakistan, but Islamabad has balked at the cost and financing terms. Resistance has stiffened under the new government of populist Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has voiced alarm about rising debt levels and says the country must wean itself off foreign loans. “We are seeing how to develop a model so the government of Pakistan wouldn’t have all the risk,” Khusro Bakhtyar, minister in Pakistan’s planning ministry, told reporters recently. The cooling of enthusiasm for China’s investments mirrors the unease of incoming governments in Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Maldives, where new administrations have come to power wary of Chinese deals struck by their predecessors. Pakistan’s new government had wanted to review all BRI contracts. Officials say there are concerns the deals were badly negotiated, too expensive or overly favored China. But to Islamabad’s frustration, Beijing is only willing to review projects that have not yet begun, three senior government officials have told Reuters. China’s Foreign Ministry said, in a statement in response to questions faxed by Reuters, that both sides were committed to pressing forward with BRI projects, “to ensure those projects that are already built operate as normal, and those which are being built proceed smoothly”. Pakistani officials say they remain committed to Chinese investment but want to push harder on price and affordability, while re-orientating the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) for which Beijing has pledged about $60 billion in infrastructure funds - to focus on projects that deliver social development in line with Khan’s election platform. China’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Yao Jing, told Reuters that Beijing was open to changes proposed by the new government and “we will definitely follow their agenda” to work out a roadmap for BRI projects based on “mutual consultation”. “It constitutes a process of discussion with each other about this kind of mod Pakistan

PH firm to explore oil, gas prospects in Africa

PetroEnergy Resources Corp. (PERC) said the government of Gabon has granted the extension of the exclusive exploitation rights of Etame Marin Consortium on three oil producing fields in West Africa. “On September 24, 2018, the Government of Gabon and the Etame Marin Consortium successfully executed the amendment to the Etame Marin Production Sharing Contract extending the consortium’s exclusive exploitation rights to the three producing oil fields – Etame, Avouma/Tchibala and Ebouri – for another ten years, with two additional five-year options,” PERC said in a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange. The amendment also commits the consortium partners to undertake new drillings and technical studies to be completed within two years from the effectivity of the amendment. PERC holds 2.525 percent participating interest in the Etame Marin block. Other consortium members are Addax Petroleum Etame Inc. (33.90 percent), Sasol Gabon S.A. (30 percent) and Operator VAALCO Gabon S.A. (33.575 percent). PERC said the oil field has produced more than 100 million barrels of oil since production started in 2002. The extension of the concession offers opportunities for both the government of Gabon and the consortium. Aside from the oil and gas field, PERC has investments in the 20 megawatts (MW) Maibarara geothermal power project, 36 MW Nabas wind power project and 50 MW Tarlac Solar power project. Gabon

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