Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise invites bidders for Propane and Butane; Closing Date: Nov 23, 2015

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar
Ministry of Energy
Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise
Invitation to bid for Petrol and Gas

1. Propane for 200 ton and butane for 300 ton produced by No.1 Petroleum Industry (Minbu) and Petro Chemical industry (Than Pa Yar Kan) under Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise will be sold under a bidding system. Bidders who have importation and distribution license (A) or (B) for petroleum recommended by Ministry of Energy are invited to submit their proposals.

2. Bid documents will be available on Nov 16th, 2015. The 2 places that the bidding documents are for sales:
i) Office No. 44, Finance department, Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise, Nay Pyi Taw.
ii) No.7(a) Than Lyat Sonn St, Finance department, Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise, Botahtaung Tsp, Yangon.

4. Bid proposals must be submitted not later than on Monday 12:00 noon, November 23, 2015 to office No (44), Nay Pyi Taw. Tender opening date is at November 23, 2015 on 14:00 P.M.

5. For details information please inquire at Tel: 067-411194 at Production Department, Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise during office hour.

Tender Selection Committee
Myanmar Petroleum Chemical Enterprise

Source: Ministry of Energy

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