Local firm CCC Fabricaciones y Construcciones purchased bidding rules, bringing the total number of potential bidders to 14, according to federal procurement website Compranet.
The other 13 companies are: Cotemar; CMT Campeche Construcciones; Servicios Maritimos de Campeche; Constructora Subacuatica Diavaz; Subtec; Condux; Global Offshore Mexico; Mexicana de Servicios Subacuaticos; Oceanografia; ARB Arendal; Construcciones Integrales del Carmen; TMM Division Maritima; and Transportacion Maritima Mexicana.
The next project meeting is October 16.
Bidding rules are available through October 23 and bids due October 31. Works are scheduled to begin on March 1, 2008.
Some 92.1mn pesos (US$8.31mn) and US$20.9mn have been allotted for the works through the current budgetary year.
Meanwhile, 12 companies had purchased bidding rules for another international, five-year offshore maintenance tender launched by PEP as of the fifth Q&A session.
Seven companies had purchased bidding rules as of the fourth meeting.
The 12 companies are: Construcciones Integrales del Carmen; Condux; Construccion y Servicios Relacionados; Constructora Subacuatica Diavaz; Global Offshore Mexico; Mexicana de Servicios Subacuaticos; Servicios Maritimos de Campeche; Cotemar; Oceanografia; TMM Division Maritima; Transportacion Maritima Mexicana and Subetec.
A sixth Q&A session is October 15.
October 17 is the final day to acquire bidding rules and bids are due October 29.
Operations are expected to begin February 1, 2008, and run through 2013.
Some 130mn pesos and US$12.9mn have been allotted for the works through the current budgetary year, according to bidding documents.
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