Transformer sought for Iceland's 210-MW Hrauneyjafoss

Iceland utility Landsvirkjun seeks bids to replace a generator step-up transformer at the 210-MW Hrauneyjafoss hydroelectric project on Iceland's Tungnaa River. Bids are due June 28.

Hrauneyjafoss, the second largest power station in Iceland, went on line in 1981.

Landsvirkjun seeks an 86-megavolt-ampere, three-phase, two-winding, shell-type outdoor transformer. It is to replace a transformer manufactured by EFACEC.

Tender documents may be obtained until 4 p.m. June 27 from the address below for 3,000 kronur (US$27). Payments in kronur are payable to Nyi Landsbanki, Hamraborg, 200 Kopavogur, Iceland, IBAN: IS26 0130 26 802266 4202691299, SWIFT: NBIIISRE. Payments in euros are payable to Arion Bank, Borgatun, 105 Reykjavik, Iceland, IBAN: IS29 0358 36 000533 4202691299, SWIFT: ESJAISRE. Payments in dollars are payable to Arion Bank, Borgatun, 105 Reykjavik, Iceland, IBAN: IS40 0358 36 000525 4202691299, SWIFT: ESJAISRE.

Bids, in English or Icelandic, are due by 2 p.m. June 28. For information, contact Landsvirkjun, Attn: Petur Petursson, Haaleitisbraut 68, 103 Reykjavik, Iceland; (354) 5159000; Fax: (354) 5159006; E-mail: innkaup@lv.is; Internet: www.landsvirkjun.is.

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