Kenya Tenders for Natural Gas Import Infrastructure

Digital African Utility Week & POWERGEN Africa

  • The Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) invites expressions of interest from eligible consultancy firms to conduct a feasibility study for development and operation of infrastructure for importation, storage, and regasification of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for power generation in Kenya
  • Conversion of the existing Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) to operate on natural gas;
  • Development of a new natural gas power plant;
  • Operations and Maintenance (O&M) of the natural Gas infrastructure for a period of 20 years. 
The Government of Kenya intends to create a domestic natural gas market for power generation and industrial use. The gas will be imported as the government progresses with development of domestic gas resource. Introduction of gas for power generation is aimed at further diversification of the country’s energy mix, increased security of supply, reduction of cost of electricity and reduction of Greenhouse gas emissions in line with 2015 Paris Global Climate Change Agreement that Kenya is a signatory.
Tender Details
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE FOR IMPORTATION OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS FOR POWER GENERATION.
  • KGN-BDD-09-2020
  • Open International
  • Nov 3rd, 2020 00:00
  • Date Tender Closes : Nov 30th, 2020 10:00
  • Nov 30th, 2020 10:30

Link to tender document HERE

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

Natural gas to power will be a hot topic at the Digital African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa will be taking place from 24-26 November 2020 as part of the Digital Energy Festival. 

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