Macedonia cancels tender for gas distribution network feasibility study.

By bne IntelliNews March 21, 2013
The transport ministry has cancelled the tender for preparing a feasibility study for developing the countrys natural gas distribution network, portal reported. Reportedly, two bids were submitted, but both were rejected. One of the bids lacked a bank guarantee, while the other exceeded the allocated budget for this project. A new tender is expected to be called next week. Some EUR 3.9mn have been allocated from the state budget for preparing the feasibility study.
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