Baltic Pipe: Bid For Design Documentation Development For Polish Gas Compressor Stations Selected By GAZ-SYSTEM

Announced Date :  Dec 07, 2017

The following four companies submitted tenders for the development of the design documentation for the expansion of the gas compressor stations in Goleniow and Odolanow, and the construction of the gas compressor plant in Gustorzyn:
Biuro Studiow i Projektow Gazownictwa GAZOPROJEKT S.A., Wroclaw

Consortium of the following companies: Biuro Projektow “Nafta-Gaz” Sp. z o.o., Jaslo and Gornicze Biuro Projektow PANGAZ Sp. z o.o., Cracow

Consortium of the following companies: Torpol Oil&Gas Sp. z o.o., Wysogotowo and GasOil Technology a.s., Poprad

ILF Consulting Engineers Polska Sp. z o.o., Warsaw.

Potential contractors could submit partial bids for each of the above locations. On 24 November, GAZ-SYSTEM awarded the contract to Biuro Studiow i Projektow Gazownictwa GAZOPROJEKT S.A. which submitted the most favourable bid in each part of the proceedings.

Pursuant to the public procurement law, contractors participating in the tender procedure have the right to appeal, which is to be enforced within 10 days of the date of sending the information on the selection of the most favourable tender. No earlier than after the lapse of the above deadline, the Contracting Authority will be able to execute the contract with the selected company.

Under the design contract, the winning contractor will be required to obtain all necessary arrangements, approvals, opinions, permits, and decisions. It will also conduct the author’s supervision of the investment.

As a part of the project, the gas compressor stations in Goleniow and Odolanow, including the hub and associated infrastructure, will be expanded. The gas transmission hub will be expanded, and the new compressor station will be built in Gustorzyn. These investments are necessary for the functioning of the Polish transmission system after the establishment of the submarine gas pipeline linking Denmark and Poland.

To date, under the Baltic Pipe project, GAZ-SYSTEM has signed a contract with Ramboll Danmark A/S to perform analytical, research, and design work needed to obtain the required permits for the construction of the Baltic Pipe submarine gas pipeline. The scope of work includes geophysical, geotechnical, and environmental surveys, including necessary permits for construction of the submarine gas pipeline. Ramboll Danmark A/S will also be responsible for developing legally required procedures, arrangements, and consultations. It will also draw up detailed and procurement documentation required to commence and performed construction work.

In the implementation of the submarine part of the project, GAZ-SYSTEM will also benefit from the engineering support and experience of the Australian company, i.e. Subsea Engineering Associates Pty Ltd (SEA). SEA will be responsible for technical supervision, planning support and risk management to ensure timely completion of the project. 

Moreover, in this November, Tractebel Engineering was selected under the public procurement procedure to design the gas pipeline located in Poland, linking the submarine part of the Baltic Pipe and the national gas transmission system.

The Baltic Pipe project, as defined in the feasibility study, consists of five main elements:

Gas deposit pipeline routed from the Norwegian system in the North Sea to the delivery point in the Danish system.

Expansion of the existing capacity in the Danish land-based gas transmission system.

Gas compressor station in Zealand, Denmark.

Submarine inter-system gas pipeline running from Denmark to Poland, including the delivery terminal.

Expansion of the Polish transmission system.

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