Colombia
News

Colombian transmission call falls through

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Colombian transmission call falls through

Colombian energy authorities declared void the call to build, operate and maintain the Cuestecitas-Riohacha and Riohacha-Maicao transmission lines in La Guajira department.

Mining and energy planning unit UPME revealed that no counterproposals were submitted on Monday after Consorcio Interconexión Latinoamerica presented the only offer on April 4.

Consorcio's offer of 806bn pesos (US$264mn), however, was deemed "inconvenient" as it was much higher than UPME's reference budget.

It was not disclosed when a new call for bids would be issued.

UPME also has bidding underway for projects in Boyacá and Caldas departments.

ACI Proyectos, Salgado Melendez y Asociados Ingenieros Consultores and WSP Colombia submitted offers to supervise the Boyacá work (San Antonio substation and associated lines).

Subscribe to the most trusted business intelligence platform in Latin America. Let us show you our solutions for Suppliers, Contractors, Operators, Government, Legal, Financial and Insurance.

Subscribe to Latin America’s most trusted business intelligence platform.

Other projects in: Electric Power (Colombia)

Get critical information about thousands of Electric Power projects in Latin America: what stages they're in, capex, related companies, contacts and more.

Other companies in: Electric Power (Colombia)

Get critical information about thousands of Electric Power companies in Latin America: their projects, contacts, shareholders, related news and more.

  • Company: Grupo Argos S.A.  (Grupo Argos)
  • Grupo Argos S.A. is a Colombian holding company focused on investments in the infrastructure industry. The group is made up of five companies: Cementos Argos (55.34%), engaged i...
  • Company: Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure Colombia
  • The description included in this profile was taken directly from an official source and has not been modified or edited by the BNamericas’ researchers. However, it may have been...
  • Company: Consorcio CCC Ituango
  • Consorcio CCC is a consortium led by Brazilian infrastructure firm Construções e Comércio Camargo Corrêa, which holds a 55% stake of the company, along with the Colombian Constr...
  • Company: Proeléctrica S.A.S E.S.P.  (Proeléctrica)
  • The description contained in this profile was taken directly from an official source and has not been edited or modified by BNamericas researchers, but may have been automatical...