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Sep 21, 2009 20:16 EEST
September 21 (SeeNews) - Norway's Technor Energy has extended to October 6 the deadline for the submission of documents in an engineering, procurement and construction tender for seven hydro power plants in Bosnia, a company statement to the European Union's Tenders Electronic Daily showed.
The reason for the extension of the original deadline, which was September 15, was not disclosed.
In June, Bosnian media reported that nine companies had filed bids for the project that envisaged the construction of hydro power plants with a combined capacity of 74 megawatts.
Bids have been submitted by Germany's Strabag, Austria's Alpine, Porr and Andritz Hydro, Spain's Iberdrola , Slovenia's Primorje and CPM and Croatia's Ingra and Konstruktor, Nezavisne Novine (www.nezavisne.com) reported at the time, quoting Technor Energy official Miodrag Milicevic.
Technor Energy is implementing the project under a concession arrangement with the government of Bosnia's Serb Republic.
The power plants will be built between the Serb Republic's northern towns of Modrica and Doboj along the river Bosna.
The total cost of the project is 200 million euro ($293.6 million), the government of the Serb Republic said in late 2008.
The Serb Republic is one of the two autonomous regions of post-war Bosnia, and the other is the Muslim-Croat Federation.
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