Tanzania issues EOI for Surface Study at Natron Geothermal Prospect in Arusha region

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  • The Tanzania Geothermal Development Company Limited (TGDC) intends to use funds from the Government of Tanzania budget for the financial year 2021/2022 and grant from the Geothermal Risk Mitigation Facility for Eastern Africa (GRMF) towards the cost of Natron Surface Study and apply part of the proceeds of these funds and grant to cover eligible payments under the contract for Provision of Consultancy Services for Supervision of Detailed Surface Study at Natron Geothermal Prospect in Arusha region.

The Tanzania Geothermal Development Company Limited (TGDC) now invites eligible Firms to indicate their interest in providing the services which include providing supervision to the planned detailed surface exploration at Natron prospect for the implementation period of four (4) months.

TGDC board visit to arusha region. Image credit: TGDC

Interested Firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services by submitting consultant’s profile, description of similar assignments in Geothermal, experience in similar conditions in Geothermal, availability of appropriate skills in Geothermal among staff, etc. Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. The Consultant’s knowledge and experience in geothermal exploration and other related operations, safety, contracting, environmental management, social assessment, and planning are particularly important.

Link to tender document HERE

Tanzania’s geothermal sector has started to gain some serious traction. Link to all news on Tanzania’s geothermal projects HERE

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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