Bulgarian Regulator Opens Proceedings into ICGB Owner's Engineer Tender

Bulgarian Regulator Opens Proceedings into ICGB Owner's Engineer Tender

Bulgaria's competition regulator said it opened on Monday proceedings into an 8.45 million euro ($9.3 million) tender for the selection of owner's engineer for the Greece-Bulgaria natural gas interconnector, following a complaint by local company Fruta - BV.
Initially, the Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) said the complaint was not in line with legal requirements as Fruta - BV had not provided a mobile number and email for contact, and had not paid the necessary fee of 4,500 levs, according to files published on the regulator's website.
Fruta - BV had to provide the missing information and pay the fee by July 1.
The tender procedure will remain suspended until CPC either rejects the request or issues a final decision on the complaint in favour of ICGB.
Pernik-based Fruta - BV was established in December with a registered capital of 50 levs, according to data from the Bulgarian commercial register. The company is solely owned by private investor Vladimir Georgiev.

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