Tender Opportunity: Provision of General Maintenance Services for the OML99 Field Production Complex at Total Upstream Nigeria Limited
Total Upstream Nigeria Limited
Operator of the NNPC/Total Joint Venture
Tender Opportunity: Provision of General Maintenance Services for the OML99 Field Production Complex
NipeX Tender Ref. No: 0500228
Total Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (TEPNG) operator of the NNPC/Total Joint venture invites interested and reputable pre-qualified contractors for this tender opportunity for “Provision of General Maintenance Services for the OML99 Field production complex”.
(2) Scope of Work / Duration
These Services are expected to commence during the 1st Quarter of 2016
The expected duration of the Services is two (2) years plus 1 optional extension period of one (1) year.
The facilities to be maintained through the said services are the platforms and flare tripods associated to the OML99 field production complex.
The OML99 field which is located 33 km NW of ODP1 and 30 km SE of Bonny terminal in about 40m. water depth. It is accessible by air and sea.
The complex consist of 6 platforms and 2 flare tripods:
- 3 well head platforms AMD1, AMD2 &AMD3.
- 2 central/production facilities platform AMP1 &2.
- 1 accommodation quarters platform AMQ.
- 2 flare tripods AMT1 & AMT2.
All structures are linked with bridges, except AMD3
The following services are to be provided by the Contractor who shall also have competencies in the domains stated here further
- Contractor should be able to provide Maintenance Services for the operation of the OML99 field complex. These services consist in preparing, executing, managing and reporting the Maintenance Activities (including routine, non-routine, corresponding repair works, hot spare and specific tools management and CMMS data entry) for the whole complex.
- High level Operations, Maintenance and Inspection knowledge, practices and experiences are required in the more recent Oil and Gas Offshore equipment.
- Mechanical, Instrument, HVAC and Electrical competencies are especially requested for the Maintenance of following equipment families: distributed control systems, programmable logic controllers, instrumentation, metering, generators, electrical distribution, electrical motors, pumps, gas turbines, centrifugal and screw gas compressors, gas and diesel engines, vessels, piping, structure, corrosion, integrity classification, buildings, HVAC.
- Operation of the production facilities is excluded from the scope of works and remains under the responsibility TEPNG Limited.
(3) Mandatory Requirements
(a) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required to be pre-qualified in the 3.05.01 (Construction/Modification/Repair/ Maintenance/ Refurbishment Services) categories in NipeX joint Qualification system (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this category will receive an Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
(b) To determine if you are pre-qualified and can view the product/service category you are listed for; Open www.nipexng.com and access NJQS with your log in details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click supplier product group.
(c) If you are not listed in a product/service category and you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
(d) To initiate the JQS pre-qualification process, access www.nipexng.com to download application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(e) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian content requirements in the NipeX system.
(4) Nigerian Content
TEPNG is committed to the development of the Nigerian Oil and gas business in compliance with the Nigerian Content Act 2010 for Nigerian Content Development.
As from the commencement of this Act, the minimum Nigerian Content in any project, service or product specification to be executed in the Nigerian oil and gas industry shall be consistent with the level set in the Schedule of the Act and any other targets as may be directed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (The Board)
Tenderer(s) shall comply with all the provisions of the Nigerian Content Act that relate to this advert and in particular comply with the minimum Nigerian Content percentage for the scopes which are covered in the Schedule of the Act. This also includes and any other requirement that may arise from time to time not explicitly stated in this advert but which apply to the service in fulfillment of the Nigerian Content Act, in the submission of their Tender.
Failure to fully comply with the Nigerian Content Act or demonstrate commitment to Nigerian Content Development Policy of the Nigerian government shall result in the disqualification of the tenderer from the bidding process.
As part of their submissions, Tenderer shall:
(a) Develop a Nigerian Content Plan (NCP), which shall explain the methodology of how it intends to comply with the requirements of the Act and how to achieve the set target(s) in the Schedule of Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Development Act and any targets set by The Board.
(b) Develop a Research & Development Plan which shall explain the methodology of how it intends to promote education, attachments, training, research and development in Nigeria in relation to the contract.
(c) Develop a Technology Transfer Plan which shall explain the methodology of how it intends to promote the effective transfer of technologies from alliance partners to Nigerian individuals and companies.
(d) Develop an employment and training plan which shall explain how first considerations shall be given to employment and training of Nigerians in work programme on the contract, hiring and training needs with a breakdown of the skills needed and anticipated skill shortage in the Nigerian labour force including the training and understudy program for succession planning.
(e) Submit a plan for how it intends to give first consideration to services provided from within Nigeria with a list of work packages, 3rd party services and subcontracts that should be reserved for Nigerian indigenous contractors and those for Community Contractors including the list of services that will be provided by companies of Nigerian origin.
(f) Submit a plan for how it intends to give first consideration to raw materials and manufactured /assembled goods of Nigerian origin. This shall include a breakdown of all raw materials to be utilized and identify those that are found locally. Finished products and materials that will be procured from Nigerian Manufacturing & assembly plants; finished foreign goods that can be ordered by Nigeria through Nigerian authorized vendors and accredited agents and those that would be directly imported.
(g) Demonstrate that Tenderer’s entity is a Nigerian-registered company. Submit certified true copies of CAC forms 10, 02 & 07 (or its equivalent; CAC 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, etc) including company memorandum & article of association and other evidence of entity’s incorporation, shareholding & ownership structure in Nigeria. Maximizing Nigerian Content is a key contract priority, therefore for foreign companies and multinationals in alliance with a local company, submit evidence that the local company is an indigenous company and the binding Agreement of the alliance duly signed Agreement by the CEO of both parties and stating the specific work scope to be performed by each member of the alliance.
(h) Provide detailed description of the location of in-country committed facilities & infrastructure (assets, equipment, technical office, and administrative space, storage, workshop, assembly area, repair & maintenance, testing, laboratory, etc) in Nigeria to support the future Services. Evidence that 50% of all equipment deployed to work by multinational and international companies is owned by the local subsidiaries is a necessity.
(i) Provide a project-specific training, man-hour budget, skill development and technology transfer plan for Nigerian personnel or indigenous business including evidence of past performance on training and development for Nigerians nationals & indigenous business. Plan for sponsorship of Nigerians to acquire competence and/or certification. Further development of local employees as professionals. Proposed training plan for Nigerians on the project including a brief training outline for OEM products, engineering, software & hardware, project management, procurement, construction, installation, start-up & commissioning, maintenance, testing and operations.
(j) Provide evidence (personnel list and positions with organization chart to substantiate) of percentage of management that are Nigerian Nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians.
(k) Submit Tenderer’s corporate organization’s overall human resources structure (mgt, supervisors, senior & junior skilled officers, etc) identifying positions manned/occupied.
(l) Submit verifiable evidence of the OEM’s Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) issued by NCDMB during the technical phase of bidding.
(m) Demonstrate how 80% of the key personnel positions would be occupied by Nigerian national employees.
The tender is to be bided for exclusively by only Nigerian indigenous companies.
Note: Failure to comply with the provision of the Nigerian Content Act 2010 or to demonstrate commitment to the development of the Nigerian Content Policy shall result in the disqualification of the tenderer from the bidding process.
(5) Closing Date:
Only tenderers who are registered with 3.05.01 (Construction / Modification / Repair / Maintenance / Refurbishment Services) categories in NipeX joint Qualification system (NJQS) database as on or before 20th August, 2015 being the advert close date shall be invited to submit Technical Bids.
(6) Additional Information
(a) Failure to provide any of the listed documents or information may automatically disqualify the tenderer.
(b) All costs incurred in registering and prequalifying for this and other service categories in NJQS shall be borne solely by the Tenderer.
(c) This advertisement shall neither be construed as an invitation to Tender (ITT) nor a commitment on the part of TEPNG to award a contract to any supplier and/or associated companies, subcontractors or agents.
(d) The ITT and any further progression of this tender shall be via NipeX. Interested bidders are therefore advised to ensure that their profiles in NipeX are active with a valid official email address accessible by their organization as this shall be the only means to transmit the ITT.
(e) Tendering process will be the NNPC contracting process requiring pre-qualified companies to submit technical tender first. Following a technical review, only technically and financially qualified contractors will be requested to submit commercial tenders.
(f) Man hour figures for Capital Project Portfolios are estimates to provide definition to the scope and do not constitute guaranteed quantities.
(g) TEPNG will only recognize and correspond with duly authorized officers of the pre-qualified bidders and not through individuals or agents acting on their behalf.
(h) Interested Tenderer(s) should note that TEPNG has very cordial relationship with the host communities of the sites where these services may be performed based on existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Prospective tenderer(s) will be required to implement the obligations of the MOU as part of their contract.
(i) Company reserves the right to award one or more contracts from this Call For Tender Process.
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