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Projects

20.12.2017 Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (Volume II)

According to the approved ToR and the project schedule for the CASA-1000 project, studies on bird migration were conducted during the birds migratory period in spring 2017 in the vicinity of the high-voltage transmission line (HVTL) in the Khatlon region of the Republic of Tajikistan.

20.12.2017 Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (Volume I)

1. Project objective. The initial proposed CASA-1000 project development objective is to facilitate the first electricity trade of 1,300 megawatts (MW) of existing summertime hydropower surplus between the two regions, involving the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan in Central Asia and Afghanistan and Pakistan in South Asia. Project preparation was guided by the 4-country minister-level Inter-Governmental Council (IGC) with a Secretariat that was put in place in 2011 and through consultations with the 10-member Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) program. The project is expected to consist of the construction and operation of transmission infrastructure in the four countries, associated technical assistance during implementation, and mechanisms for the sharing of benefits with communities along the transmission corridor and would contribute to alleviating power supply shortages in Pakistan and Afghanistan and would enhance revenues and economic prospects in the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.


08.09.2017 Initial Resettlement Action Plan for the CASA 1000 Project

Request for expression of interest (company selection) consulting services for: initial resettlement action plan for the CASA 1000 Project

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST For OWNER’S ENGINEER
This EOI follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No: P145054 of November 11th, 2013 online and Bank’s External website. This is EOI the re-invitation for expression of interest following a revision of the initial configuration of the CASA project and corresponding scope of services related to the HVDC convertor stations and HVDC line.

17.10.2016 Supply & Installation of Bi-Pole HVDC Converter Stations in Pakistan and Tajikistan associated with CASA 1000
1.0 This invitation for bids follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No: P145054 of November 11th, 2013 on-line and Bank’s external website. This re-invitation is based on revised configuration scope/qualification requirements after cancellation of earlier bidding process based on previous IFB of October 24th 2014.

27.11.2015 CASA-1000
Open Stock Holding Power Company "Barki Tojik" has received grant from the International Development for the Association for the preparation grant for Advisory support for the regional trade initiative project (TF 016252), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this financing to the providing ESIA and EMP for the project CASA-1000 with a Consulting firm, which shall provide the consulting services for: Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Management Plan.

05.08.2013 Social impact assessment report
Social Impact Assessment: A social impact assessment (SIA) is important to identify the potential social impact of the project (in design, pre-construction and construction stages, as well as long-term), and thereby recommend mitigation and management measures. Information relevant to social aspects of the CASA-1000 project is contained in a number of previously prepared reports: an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and community benefit sharing studies in all four countries.

Regional Environmental Assessment (REA)
This document presents the summary of the Regional Environmental Assessment (REA) for the CASA-1000 electricity trade project and is produced as a separate document to allow translation to the national languages and sharing amongst the stakeholder groups.

04.11.2013 DRAFT RESETTLEMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK
The Central Asian (CA) Republics have large energy resource potential relative to their domestic needs. However, hydro-rich countries like Tajikistan have not been able to realize their potential, in part because of the significant resources needed to develop the associated transmission lines and the lack of regional cooperation. The result is that a lot of water is wastefully spilled in summer without any electricity generation.

03.02.2014 DRAFT RESETTLEMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK
The Central Asian (CA) Republics have large energy resource potential relative to their domestic needs. However, hydro-rich countries like Tajikistan have not been able to realize their potential, in part because of the significant resources needed to develop the associated transmission lines and the lack of regional cooperation. The result is that a lot of water is wastefully spilled in summer without any electricity generation.

11.11.2013 Invitation for Prequalification
This invitation for prequalification follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No: P145054 of November 11th, 2013 on-line and Bank’s External website.

11.11.2013 Invitation for Prequalification No.: PQ/CASA1000/ HVDC
In connection with the Invitation for Prequalification indicated in Section II, Prequalification Data Sheet (PDS), the Employer, as defined in the PDS, issues this Prequalification Document (“Prequalification Document”) to prospective applicants (“Applicants”) interested in submitting applications (“Applications”) for prequalification to bid for the Works described in Section VII, Scope of Works.

GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE
The countries of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyz Republic intend to apply for financing in the amount of US$ 920 million equivalent from the World Bank and other financiers toward the cost of the CASA – 1000 Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project. This project may be jointly financed by the Islamic Development Bank and other financiers.