Mongolia seeks feasibility studies for 300-MW Shuren hydro project

The government of Mongolia invites expressions of interest from consultants to develop a detailed set of feasibility studies of the 300-MW Shuren hydroelectric project. Responses are due February 27.
Mongolia's Mining Infrastructure Investment Support Project (MINIS) recruited consultants in 2013 to prepare specifications for a feasibility study of Shuren. Mongolia received funding from the World Bank's International Development Association for technical assistance to MINIS, which includes the proposed study of the Shuren project on Mongolia's Selenge River. Under the same program, the government recruited consultants to prepare specifications for a feasibility study of dam construction on Mongolia's Orkhon River including hydropower.
MINIS now seeks consultants to develop a detailed set of feasibility studies for Shuren including a detailed budget estimation, accurate phase of the project preparation plan, and clarified timing, sequencing and coordination of studies. Work is to require 19 months beginning in April.
Terms of reference may be obtained from the MINIS Internet site, www.minis.mn. Expressions of interest are due by 3 p.m. February 27 by delivery, mail, fax, or e-mail to the address below.
For information, contact Project Implementation Unit, Mining Infrastructure Investment Support Project (MINIS), Attn.: B. Odonchimeg, Procurement Specialist, Arig Center Building, Suite 401, Jamyan Gun Street-10, Khoroo 1, Sukhbaatar District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; Tel/Fax: (976) 70112689; E-mail: odonchimegb@minis.mnbaigali@minis.mn; Internet: www.minis.mn.
 
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