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Oman Electricity Transmission Company awards Trade Links & Services Mabelah South Project.

Trade Links & Services (TLS), a leader in project management, and construction received an award for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract by Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC)
 
Tender No: 25/2019 – Construction of 132/33kV GS, 4X125 MVA transformers at Mabelah South.
 

The project scope of work will include eight 132 kV gas-insulated switchgear bays and two 33 kV distribution stations each with 14 bays. Four transformers of 125 MVA, four incoming and outgoing feeders, four 750 kVA earthing transformer, two 20 MVAR capacitor banks. A double circuit gantry structure with a kilometer transmission line. The project covers an area of 3245 sqm, and construction is expected to take eighteen months. A peak manpower requirement of 150 people. The goal of this project is to improve the reliability of the transmission network and cater to the growing demand.

 
Our preparation and submission of the bid was everything we hoped it would be. We were up against some pretty big competition, but the bid we put together is both attractive and doable. With a proven track record of delivering world-class grid stations that help utilities bring an important energy source & strengthen the infrastructure. We will accomplish yet another milestone with this project completion.

We express our gratitude to OETC for their trust and confidence in our company. We assure them of our co-operation and look forward to their continued support. 

Brief about TLS Projects:

Over three decades of experience & expertise in all aspects of electrical & mechanical contracting for power transmission, distribution, and storage. The company’s combined experience exceeds 350 years. It generates 100 million US dollars in revenue through 700 active customer accounts. TLS has completed sixty substations in Oman from 1987. Since 2000, we have delivered five 132/33kV grid substations in Oman. Today, TLS built stations facilitate more than twenty percent of Oman grid stations.

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