Bharat Heavy Electricals (12)

15-05-2019

A delegation from an Indian company visited Damascus this week with a view to restart construction works on a power plant.

12-04-2016

The attack last week of two large industrial concerns near Damascus highlights the persistent lack of security for people and businesses in areas only a few kilometres away from the Syrian capital.

19-01-2016

During a visit of Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Al-Muallem to New Delhi last week, the Indian Government reportedly promised a resumption of works on two large projects in Syria.

22-04-2013

BHEL, the Indian engineering firm, has said that its sole project in Syria had come to a halt because of the deteriorating security conditions.

24-01-2011

PEEGT is inviting consultancies to bid for the supervision of works at the Tishreen Power Plant, which involve a turnkey contract to add 400MW in capacity.

13-09-2010

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has issued a tender for the construction and infrastructure works on the site the Indian company will build two 200MW turbines.

07-12-2009

Syria’s Ministry of Electricity has awarded two new EPC projects that will add 1,050 MW in power capacity.

12-10-2009

India is providing a concessionary loan of USD 240 million to Syria to part-finance the construction of a power plant by an Indian company.

27-07-2009

The Syrian Cabinet has approved the award of a USD 466 million EPC contract for two new gas turbines at the Tishreen Power Station by Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.

21-12-2008

Mapna, or Iran Power Plant Projects Management Co., has begun construction works on a combined cycle plant at Tishreen Power Station.

30-06-2008

India’ Bharat Heavy Electricals has announced that it had been awarded the USD 466 million contract to build the 400 MW extension of the Tishreen power plant.

23-06-2008
Syria and India signed three economic agreements during the visit to New Delhi of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.