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Bulgaria's National Electric Company, NEK, has announced that it has terminated its contract with consulting company Worley Parsons for the abandoned Belene nuclear power plant project.
In a press release, NEK says Worley Parsons has been informed about the decision.
NEK’s new governing body has returned all four invoices issued by Worley Parsons to the company, the total sum being EUR 5 349 363, 6.
The contract was signed in January 2005 for engineering and technological consultations for technology selection, development of the technology project, preparation of the site for construction and the launch of the construction.
In September, Bulgarian authorities launched a special operation to investigate suspicions of large-scale embezzlement and premeditated mismanagement in the project to build a nuclear power plant in the Danube town of Belene reports Novinite.
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