TotalEnergies issues tender for 15MW solar plant in Uganda for oil production

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  • TotalEnergies EP Uganda in its capacity as Operator of Contract Area 1 and License Area 2, in conjunction with its Joint Venture Partner(s), invite experienced and reputable contractors to express their interest in providing services for an EPC for a Turnkey Project for a 15MW Ground-mounted Solar Photovoltaic Plant for future oil production in respect of the Tilenga Project, Lake Albert Basin, Republic of Uganda.

The Scope of Work is that of the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) for a turnkey project of a ground-mounted solar photovoltaic plant dedicated to the power self-consumption of an industrial asset.

Interested parties must make a request for a pre-qualification questionnaire on or before 07th June 2024 Noon Kampala time (GMT+3).

Link to the full tender notice HERE

The Tilenga Project is operated by TotalEnergies (56.67%), in partnership with CNOOC (28.33%) and UNOC (15%). Tilenga and Kingfisher production is planned to reach 230,000 barrels of oil per day (at plateau). Tilenga and Kingfisher will produce an estimated 1.4 billion barrels of crude oil over a period of at least 20 years. It includes the development of six fields and the drilling of around 400 wells from 31 locations.

Good luck!

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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  1. We are in association with tracking solar farm from 5MW to 2.5 GW in India GCC countries and USA
    So we can take par in executing project in Africa as I am from Africa born in Uganda
    Ramnik Kotecha

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