According to the terms of reference of the contract, the project includes the engineering, procurement, construction, interconnection, testing and commissioning of:
- A carbon steel tank with a nominal capacity of 16,000 m3 to store super gas.
- A carbon steel tank with a nominal capacity of 55.646 m3 to store diesel.
- A carbon steel tank with a nominal capacity of 16,000 m3 to store bunker fuel.
- Installation of mechanical, electrical equipment and instrumentation and controls for the incorporation of these new buildings and equipment into the operation of the refinery.
Applications must be made at the offices of the Development Management in Moin, Limon, on the 21st of May at 10:00 hours.
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At an estimated cost of $16.3 million the Costa Rican Oil Refinery is putting out to tender the construction of tanks for storing bunker fuel and asphalt.
Included in the works are:
For the asphalt storage tanks:
-Dismantling of a 1590 cubic meter (10,000 barrels) tank and two tanks measuring 200 cubic meters (1,258 barrels) and associated piping, and transfer of materials to the collection center.
The Costa Rican Petroleum Refinery (RECOPE) is putting out to tender the construction of four areas for storing liquefied petroleum gas.
A press release from RECOPE reads:
On July 4  The Public Tender 2011LN 000009-02 "Recruitment of engineering services, labor, procurement of materials, equipment and tools for the design, construction, technology transfer, training, testing and commissioning of four Refinery areas” was published in La Gaceta No. 128.
The Costa Rican Oil Refinery company (Recope) has awarded the construction of four areas to store LPG and related works to the Spanish company Felguera IHI.
A press release by Recope states that:
“The company IHI Felguera SA (Spanish) will be responsible for building the four areas and their related works, on the project called System and Storage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (SAGAS in Spanish) after having been awarded the works.
The Costa Rican Oil Refinery has received four bids for the tender for the project "System and Storage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (SAGAS)."
A press release by Recope states:
Bids were opened on November 8, 2011for the public procurement tender number 2011LN-000009-02 for the four areas and related works on the project entitled ‘System Storage and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (SAGAS)’ where offers were presented by four companies from which the most suitable will be selected by the Costa Rican Oil Refinery (RECOPE SA)