Ukrenergo on February 4 will disclose tender proposals submitted for the tender to purchase hardware for the balancing electricity market, which is launched from July 2019.
According to the company’s website, the launch of a new model of the wholesale electricity market with a division into a number of segments (a balancing market, a day-ahead market, an intra-day market) is scheduled for the second half of 2019 in accordance with the law on the electricity market.
At the end of December 2018, Ukrenergo held a pre-tender meeting with potential participants. Currently, eight companies have acquired tender documentation, in particular, from Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Israel, and Switzerland.
Ukrenergo noted that the implementation of the project to introduce the balancing market is divided into two parts: the purchase of software and the purchase of hardware (Lot 3 “Telecommunications Infrastructure”) as part of the package UE/5 “Implementation of the Balancing Market”).
“Such a division is made in order to purchase software for the entire market platform without being tied to a limited range of hardware vendors. This allows one to purchase hardware at reasonable and competitive prices to deploy the entire market platform software according to its technical specifications,” the company said.
Municipal enterprise Kyiv Metropoliten, the customer for construction of a subway line to the Vynohradar residential area in Kyiv, has reported that after a tender OJSC Kyivmetrobud offered the lowest price for the implementation of works and the acceptation procedure has been launched.
“In the ProZorro public procurement system, a tender for the construction of the Syretsko-Pecherska subway line section from the Syrets station to the Vynohradar residential area with a depot in the Podilsky district (the section from the Syrets station to the Pravdy Avenue station with two stations (Mostytska and Pravdy Avenue) and the section towards the Vynohradar station (the first stage of construction) was completed,” Kyiv Metropoliten reported last week on its Facebook page.
According to the report, the lowest price for the work was offered by OJSC Kyivmetrobud – UAH 12.214 million below expected value.
“In accordance with the legislation, the procedure for acceptance has begun,” Kyiv Metropoliten reported.
According to the screenshot of the corresponding tender from the Prozorro website posted in the same message, Kyivmetrobud offered to perform the said work for UAH 5.981 billion with VAT.
Kyiv Metropoliten announced a tender for the construction of a subway line from the Syrets station towards the Vynohradar residential area in the Podilsky district worth UAH 6.3 billion in January 2018. The date of the tender was repeatedly postponed. The tender completed recently was announced on September 11, 2018. The expected cost of work at the last auction fell to UAH 5.99 billion.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has selected PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) at a tender to design a new logistic chain of PJSC Ukrposhta, Ukraine’s Infrastructure Ministry reported last week. “At the end of the project an investment case would be created and it could be financed by the EIB jointly with other international institutions,” the ministry said.
According to the report, in six months, international advisors will develop several projects for the restructuring of the logistics network of Ukrposhta, which today consists of 35 sorting centers and more than 200 transport bases.
“It is important that these cases of the project will be immediately considered and defended with the technical specialists of the EIB from Luxembourg as one of the potential investors,” First Deputy CEO of Ukrposhta Oleksandr Petsovsky said.
The EIB does not disclose the amount for which the contract will be concluded.
As reported, in June, the EIB announced a tender for the selection of a consultant for the modernization of the logistics network of PJSC Ukrposhta with an estimated cost of EUR 400,000.
Onur Construction International has won a tender held by the Automobile Road Service in Dnipropetrovsk region to build a section of H-31 Dnipro-Reshetylivka road from the settlement of Loboikivka to the border of Dnipropetrovsk region with a price offer of UAH 427.9 million. According to the ProZorro e-procurement system, the expected cost of the project was UAH 436.5 million.
Along with Onur, Rostdorbud LLC was a bidder in the tender with the price offer of UAH 428 million, and two more companies were not allowed to participate in the tender.
The tender was announced in October 2017, although changes were made to the tender documents several times. The project is to be completed by late 2019.
According to the public register, Onur Construction International LLC is belonged to Onur and Ihsan Cetinceviz.
ETFX UK Group (Oman) has won a tender to use the facilities of PJSC Odesa Port-Side Plant on the tolling terms, First Deputy Director of the plant Mykola Schurikov has said. “After counting the points of the participants, ETFX UK Group receives the maximum number of points,” he wrote on Facebook. ETFX UK Group offered Odesa Port-Side Plant to pay for its work at $34 per tonne of produced ammonia and $46.5 per tonne of produced urea.
According to Schurikov, besides the winner, the bids were submitted by International V.T.I. Group Holding B.V. (the United States) and Boros LLC, but their packages of documents were incomplete.
International V.T.I. Group, as well as Trameta K.S. (Slovakia) requested an extension of the deadline for filing documents, but the tender commission did not find the necessary grounds for this.
As reported, Odesa Port-Side Plant refers to work on the tolling terms as the only possible option for resuming operations in the conditions of failure of privatization attempts and accumulated debt for gas to Naftogaz Ukrainy, which exceeds UAH 1.5 billion.
The state-owned Odesa Port-Side Plant produces chemical products, and also transships ammonia to sea transport.
Research and Industrial Center Borschahivka chemical and pharmaceutical plant (Kyiv) has won a tender of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to supply anti-tuberculosis medicine Rifampicinum using budget funds. According to the contract signed by the plant and the UNDP, the total amount of medicines worth UAH 6 million is to be handed over to the international organization no later than January 2019.
“The victory of the enterprise in the tender confirms that any pharmaceutical manufacturer that is able to provide high-quality products at an affordable price has a chance to win. We have already delivered the first batch of drugs for tuberculosis treatment in the tender,” the press service reported, citing Director General Yulia Zdarevska.
As reported, Borschahivka chemical and pharmaceutical plant in 2017 won the tender of UNDP for the supply of two anti-tuberculosis drugs Rifampicinum and Aethambutolum for UAH 3.6 million.