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Dec 06, 2007 14:17 EEST
December 6 (SeeNews) - Rominserv, the maintenance and engineering arm of Romanian oil group Rompetrol, said it will develop sewerage and water projects with a value of $4.4 million (3.0 million euro).
The company won a tender last month to build a 21-kilometres central sewerage system and three waste water treatment plants in Salaj county, northwestern Romania. The project has a value of $1.6 million and is forecast to be completed by the end of 2008, Rominserv said in a statement late on Wednesday.
The company will also upgrade the drinking water systems in five villages in southern and northeastern Romania. The value of the projects is estimated at $2.8 million, the statement said.
Rominserv forecasts turnover of $130 million in 2007, up 20% on the year.
Rominserv opened earlier this year a branch in the city of Ruse, on the Danube river, to back the regional retail business development strategy of the group and allow for expanding the range of provided services.
($ = 0.6861 euro)
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