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Mali seeks consultant services for 100MW thermal plant

The government of the Republic of Mali has received a grant from the Islamic Development Bank to cover the cost of building a 100MW heavy-duty thermal power plant to be installed at Sirakoro in the city of Bamako, and intends to use part of the funds allocated to finance consultancy services.

These services include assistance in the review of the Tender Dossier (DAO), assistance with the analysis of the offers, the finalisation of the EPC contract, the control and supervision of the construction works of the thermal power station.

Mali tender details

The Mali Linnical Society (UDM-SA), which is the implementing agency of the project, invites international consultants that are eligible to apply for services listed above.

Interested consultants must produce information on their capacity and experience demonstrating that they are qualified for services (documentation, reference of similar services, experience in comparable missions, availability of skills adequate staff, etc.).

Address for submissions is as follows and deadline has been slated for 21 November 2017.

Address: Energia Du Mali SA,

Secretariat de la direction Etudes et Planification Strategique (DEPS),

2nd Etage, Immeuble Diogo KEITA (Ex-immeuble BMS) ACI 200-Bamako,


Contact person:

  1. Abdoulaye Djibril Diallo, Tel:+223 66 74 9848, Email: abdiallo@edm-sa.com.ml
  2. Issaka Traore, Tel:+223 66 74 7189, Email: isstraore@edm-sa.com.m

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Babalwa Bungane
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