Eskom tenders for gas supply to Gourikwa and Ankerlig diesel power stations

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  • South Africa’s state owned energy utility, Eskom, has published a tender requesting proposals to supply Gourikwa power plant in Mosselbay and Ankerlig power station in Atlantis with gas.
  • The two diesel power plants have been converted to dual fuel to also run on gas.
  • The utility hopes to to do the switch by December 2027.

‘The supply, delivery and off-loading of Propane Gas via road tanker to Ankerlig and Gourikwa Power Station. The propane will be supplied to the respective sites on an “as and when required” basis for a 5 year period. Optional provision of storage space for 10 000kg of Propane within the vicinity of the Power Stations,’ Eskom tender document reads.

Link to tender documents HERE

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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