Serbia's Energoprojekt signs three contracts worth EUR 7.6mn in Nigeria.

By bne IntelliNews February 23, 2012
Serbia's Energo Nigeria, part of engineering holding group Energoprojekt, has signed three new contracts worth a combined EUR 7.6mn, the parent company said in a bourse filing. Energo Nigeria has signed two contracts worth a total of EUR 6.8mn with Talaveras group of companies for the construction of a 132 kV double circuit over two head transmission lines - the 24-km long Afam-Trans Amadi line and the 18-km long Elelenwo-Rukpokwu line located in Nigeria's southern Rivers State. The job should be completed within 15 months. Energo Nigeria has also signed a EUR 800,000 deal with Siemens Limited (Nigeria) for the erection, installation and commissioning of a 300 kV substation at the Geregu II gas-fired power plant in Kogi State, central Nigeria. The deadline for the contracted works is five months.

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