Dentons has supported Polish power contractor Rafako in a tender procedure and a contract to build two coal-fired power units on the Indonesian island of Lombok. The contract is worth approximately EUR 200 million.
Rafaka – part of a consortium led by Indonesia-based PT. Rekayasa Industri – was selected as the winner of the tender. The contract calls for the completion of Unit I of the power plant within 36 months and Unit II within 39 months. According to the consortium agreement signed in December 29, 2017, Rafako will receive approximately 35 percent of the contract value.
Rafako is a general contractor of power units. The company manufactures steam and water boilers used in power generation and environmental protection facilities.
Dentons' assistance to Rafako in the contract award procedure included reviewing the contract documentation and supporting the company’s negotiations with the contracting authority. The firm's team was led by Warsaw-based Partner Arkadiusz Krasnodebski and Singapore-based Partner Tan Joo Thye in Singapore. Key members of the team also included Warsaw-based Partner Tomasz Janas and Counsels Michal Motylewski and Wojciech Boguslawski, and Singapore-based Partner Jonathan Guwe and Associate Ron Oong.