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SOFIA (Bulgaria), November 15 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's gas transmission network operator Bulgartransgaz said on Friday that it has signed on October 25 a 67.2 million levs ($37.9 million/34.4 million euro) deal for replacing several gas pipeline sections with a Canadian-Bulgarian tie-up.
The contract envisages replacing the gas pipeline sections connecting cleaning facility (CF) Beglezh with valve assembly (VA) Dermantsi, VA Batultsi and VA Kalugerovo, Bulgartransgaz said in a notice.
The tie-up which will carry out the works comprises Bulgaria's Strimona Stroy and Canada's Canpipe Industries International.
According to registry agency data, Canpipe Industries International holds 95% interest in the tie-up.
The public procurement procedure for awarding the contract attracted five offers.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)