National Automotive Design and Development Council
(Former National Automotive Council & Centre for Automotive Design & Development)
(FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND INVESTMENT)
Invitation for Pre-Qualification of Contractors for the Supply and Installation of Transformer and Generator
The National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) wishes to undertake a pre-qualification exercise for the supply and installation of transformer and generator at its Vehicle and Evaluation Laboratory, Zaria, Kaduna State.
Application is hereby invited from interested and reputable Suppliers/Contractors with relevant experience, good track record and financial capability for pre-qualification to tender for the works.
3.0 Pre-Qualification Criteria
To be considered for pre-qualification the prospective bidders are required to submit the following documents:
(i) Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission;
(ii) Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years – (2012 – 2014);
(iii) Current Certificate of Compliance issued by National Pension Commission as evidence of compliance with Pension Reform Act 2004;
(iv) Current Certificate of Compliance issued by Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in compliance with Section 6 (2) of the ITF amendment Act 2011;
(v) Company’s Audited Account and Annual Turnover of similar business for the last three (3) years;
(vi) VAT Registration and evidence of past VAT remittances certificates for Nigerian companies;
(vii) Evidence of financial strength, credit worthiness and readiness to instruct bankers to supply financial information on the company as may be required;
(viii) Verifiable list of previous similar works successfully carried out within the last five years with names of clients, evidence of award and practical completion certificates;
(ix) Evidence of Registration with relevant professional bodies;
(x) Evidence of Registration with Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria, if applicable; and
(xi) Company profile and organisational structure, including names and brief resumes of key personnel.
4.0 Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents
The completed pre-qualification document should be enclosed in an envelope, sealed and marked “Pre-Qualification Documents for the Supply and Installation of Transformer and Generator” and addressed to:
The Director General,
National Automotive Design & Development Council,
23, Parakou Street, Wuse II,
P.M.B 320 Garki
(i) The completed pre-qualification documents should be deposited in the Tender Box in the Conference Room of the Council after signing the register in Policy & Planning General Office on orbefore Wednesday, September 30, 2015;
(ii) The submitted pre-qualification documents will be opened on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 12.15pm in the presence of bidders or their representatives whose choose to attend at the Conference Room of the Council. Non-Governmental Organization, relevant Professional Association and the general public are hereby invited to witness the opening;
(iii) This is not an invitation to tender; full tendering procedure shall be applied to the bidders that have been pre-qualified and capable of project delivery; and
(iv) Tenderers should note that only pre-qualified companies will be invited to submit financial bids. The Council reserves the right to reject any submission(s) that do not meet up with the mandatory requirements.
Engr. Aminu Jalal, fnse. FntmechE, fnim
National Headquarters: 23, Parakou Street Off Aminu Kano Crescent Wuse II, P.M.B. 320, Garki, Abuja,
Nigeria Tel: 09-2913781-3, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Zaria Office; Industrial Development Centre, P.O. Box 491, ABU Post Office, Samaru, Zaria, Kaduna State
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District,
P.M.B. 190, Garki, Abuja – Nigeria.
Expression of Interest for the Provision of Consultancy Services for Route Survey, Geotechnical Investigation and Soil Resistivity Survey of the Proposed 40″ X 614km Ajaokuta-Abuja-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Gas Pipeline and Stations of Phase 1, Trans Nigeria Gas Pipeline (TNGP) Project
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) intends to engage the services of a reputable consulting company for the Route Survey, Geotechnical Investigation and Soil Resistivity Survey services for the proposed 40″ x 614km Ajaokuta-Abuja-Kaduna-Kano (AKK) Gas Pipeline and associated Stations which constitute the northern section of Phase 1, Trans-Nigeria Gas Pipeline Project (TNGP).
(1) Brief Description of Scope of Works
The proposed Gas Pipeline originates from a planned Terminal Gas/Compression Station at Ajaokuta in Kogi State, traverses Kogi, Kaduna and Kano States including Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and terminates at a proposed Terminal Gas Station in Kano State, It is planned to run parallel to existing NNPC Crude Oil/Product Pipeline Right of Way (ROW) wherever possible.
The consultant shall execute the following works:
- Detailed Pipeline Route Survey of the proposed 614km long and 25m wide pipelineROW (50m for river crossings).
- Carry out bathymetry survey for all river crossings.
- Detailed survey of proposed stations
- Geotechnical Investigation and Soil Resistivity Survey of the proposed ROW and Stations
Detailed responsibilities for the tenderer are contained in the ITT document that will be issued to pre-qualified tenderers.
(2) Tentative Time Schedule
NNPC plans to award the Contract before end of Q4, 2015
(3) Contracting strategy
The criteria and the selection processes for tenderers for the Route, Geotechnical Investigation and Soil Resistivity Survey for AKK gas pipeline project shall be conducted in line with the provisions of extant laws on public procurement and Nigerian Content.
NNPC plans to award the contract to competent and established consultant which has the resources to deliver the project on schedule.
(4) Mandatory Requirements
Tenderers are required to include the following information in their response:
- An abridged Company profile containing evidence of similar jobs undertaken within the last 5 years
- Tax Clearance Certificates for the last three (3) years 2012, 2013 and 2014
- Company’s audited financial reports for the last three (3) years, 2012, 2013 and 2014
- For locally established companies, Company Registration Certificate from Corporate Affairs Commission
- Evidence of current registration with NNPC, DPR, and NIPEX
- Where in partnership with a foreign company, evidence of the partnership agreement and Power of Attorney
- Detailed Nigerian content plan in accordance with NCDMB Act, 2010.
- Evidence of similar Jobs executed within the last five (5) years
- CVs of key personnel for the project
Tenderers are required to provide ALL the above requested information. Notwithstanding the submission of requested documents, NNPC is neither committed nor obliged to pre-qualify any tenderer or award any form of contract to any company or consortium.
(6) Submission of Pre-qualification documents
The response to this invitation should be sealed and marked at the top right Corner as:
“EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ROUTE SURVEY, GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION AND SOIL RESISTIVITY SURVEYOF 40″ X 614KM AJAOKUTA-ABUJA-KADUNA-KANO (AKK) GAS PIPELINES AND STATIONS.”
and addressed to:
Exploration & Production DEXCOM Tenders Board,
Room 45B, 1st Floor, Block D,
Central Business District,
To reach him not later than 3pm on Monday, October 12, 2015
Gas Infrastructure Division E&P Directorate NNPC Towers Abuja
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, P.M.B. 190,
Garki, Abuja – Nigeria.
Invitation to Tender for Sale and Purchase of Nigerian Crude Oil Grades
NNPC is the Nigerian National Oil Corporation empowered pursuant to NNPC Act (LFN Cap. 320) to engage in all commercial activities relating to the Petroleum Operations.
In compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007 and the Bureau of Public Procurement guidelines, NNPC intends to engage qualified and reputable Companies for the sale and purchase of Nigerian Crude oil grades.
(2.0) Brief Description of Scope of Sale
Sale and purchase of Nigerian Crude Oil grades subject to terms and conditions as will be advised in the term sheets and general form of agreement.
NB: Term Sheets and General Form of Agreement shall be made available to pre-qualified applicants. Who may apply:
(2.1) A bona fide end user who owns a refinery and may also own retail outlets. Bilateral involvement of home Governments may be added advantage.
(2.2) Trading arm of Upstream companies operating in Nigeria with established track record of oil and Gas production activities.
(2.3) An established and globally recognized large volume Crude Oil trader.
(2.4) Indigenous Nigerian company engaged in Nigerian Oil and Gas downstream business activities.
(3.0) Pre-Qualification Requirements
(3.1) Full details of company profile with Certificate of Registration/Incorporation, certified true copies of memorandum and article of Association of the company.
(3.2) Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2012, 2013 and 2014).
(3.3) Evidence of VAT registration and Remittance (where applicable).
(3.4) Demonstration of minimum annual turnover of US$750 million and net worth of at least US$300 million.
(3.5) Ability to establish an irrevocable Letter of Credit for the payment of any allocated Crude Oil subject to the contract terms.
(3.6) Ability to pay an initial deposit of US$2.5Million representing the first lifting deposit upon signing of the contract agreement.
(3.7) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund (where applicable).
(3.8) Details of the applicant’s facilities, markets and volume of crude oil/ products traded and/or processed over the last three years.
(3.9) Audited account for three (3) years (2012, 2013 & 2014).
(3.10) Evidence of verifiable similar services carried out within the last five years
(3.11) Compliance with the Nigerian Content Act
Compliance with Nigerian Content Act shall be a major consideration in the selection of applicants to lift Nigerian crude oil. It should be noted that evidence of Nigerian equity in the entity seeking consideration shall give competitive advantage.
(3.12) Interested applicants must submit a detailed Nigerian Content execution strategy to the satisfaction of the NCDMB, clearly setting out Nigerian Content commitments for subcontracting in the areas of;
(3.12.1) Insurance and Legal Services
(3.12.2) Banking and Financial Services
(3.12.3) Training and Capacity Building
(3.13) Any additional information relevant to enhance the bid/tender process.
(3.14) Certainty of business integrity and pre-signed undertaking to strictly comply with Nigerian Anti-Corruption laws in processing the bid and executing the contract if successful.
(4) Other Conditions
In addition to the above, applicants should show commitment to the development of the Nigerian economy by investing in any number of investment opportunities that abound either in the oil industry or other sectors or, as an alternative, in the short run, meaningful and sizeable investment in community development project(s) as may be acceptable. Investment areas include:
(4.1) Upstream investment – to increase our reserves and production capacity;
(4.2) Downstream projects in refining, processing, distribution and storage of petroleum products;
(4.3) Gas utilization projects;
(4.4) Independent Power Plant Projects;
(4.6) Railway Construction;
(4.7) Solid Mineral Development;
(4.8) Healthcare sector development and Real Estate Development;
(4.9) And any other areas of the economy acceptable to the SELLER.
(5) Submission of Bid Documents
All prospective companies wishing to tender for the sale and purchase described in 2.0 above shall submit relevant documentation as stipulated in 3.0 above.
The requested information and any supporting documents in respect of these requirements shall be submitted in ONE original plus TWO hard copies and two electronic copies (CD ROM). The documents which should be in separate packages shall be sealed and clearly marked “Invitation to Tender forSale and Purchase of Nigerian Crude Oil” to the following address:
The Group Managing Director
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
Herbert Macaulay Way
Central Area, Abuja
All the documents shall be delivered as follows:
(5.1) Bids to be submitted on or before 4.00pm on Monday, 26th October, 2015
(5.2) Venue: Block D, First (1st) Floor, Room 45B, Herbert Macaulay Way, NNPC Towers, Central Business District, Abuja, FCT.
(5.3 ) Bids shall be opened on Tuesday, 27th October, 2015 at 10.00am in the Amphitheatre, 1stFloor, Block A, NNPC Towers.
(6) Important Information
(6.1) It must be noted that:
(6.2) Late submission shall be rejected.
(6.3) Your company shall provide NNPC with a Letter of Authority to verify all claims made in your submissions.
(6. 3) NNPC reserves the absolute discretion and right to either accept or reject any documents and it shall not be required to assign a reason for refusal to invite your company to participate in the bidding exercise or to enter into any correspondence concerning the selection of any contract for the services.
(6.4) All claims must be adequately substantiated and verifiable.
(6.5) NNPC shall deal directly with only authorized officers of the interested companies and not through individuals or agents (ownership is therefore essential).
(6.6) All costs incurred by your company as a result of this pre-qualification exercise and any subsequent request for information shall be to your account.
(6.7) The pre-qualification and any related process neither creates any commitment by NNPC nor establishes any legal relationship.
Federal Ministry of Environment
Public Display Exercise on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the Additional Landtake for Lagos Free Trade Zone, Ibeju Lekki Project, Lagos State by Lagos Free Trade Zone Company.
In accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Act CAP E12 LFN 2004, which makes it mandatory for proponents of all new major development activities to carry out Environmental Impact Assessment of their proposed projects, the Federal Ministry of Environment hereby announces a Twenty-One (21) working day Public Notice for information and comments on the draft EIA report submitted by Lagos Free Trade Zone Company (LFTZ),
The Display Centers Are:
- Headquarters, Ibeju/Lekki Local Government Area, Akodo, Lagos State.
- Lagos State Ministry of the Environment Office, State Secretariat Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State.
- Federal Ministry of Environment Office, Games Village, Surulere, Lagos State.
- Federal Ministry of Environment library, Conservation House (Green Building), Plot 444 Aguiyi Ironsi way, Maitama, F.C.T.
- Federal Ministry of Environment, Environment House (Brown Building), Independence Way, Central Business Area, F.C.T.
Brief Project Description:
The proposed Lagos Free Trade Zone (LFTZ) additional land take of 590ha development project is located in Ibeju-Lekki LGA of Lagos State off the Ajah-Lekki express road. It shall comprise nine (9) zones namely; Port & Liquid Terminal, Oil Refinery, Petrochemical, Food Production, Logistics, Warehouse, Corporate Centre, Residential and Amenities; which shall be allotted to interested industries for planned developments.
Duration of Display;
Date: 24th August – 21st September, 2015.
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm Daily.
All Comments Received Should be forwarded to the Honourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment on or before 28th September, 2015.
For: Honourable Minister
Enugu State Government
Enugu State Economic Advisory Committee
Request for Expression of Interest
The new administration of His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Governor of Enugu State, is focused on the Continuity and Consolidation of the gains of the previous administration, based on a new 4-Point Agenda. In order to expand the frontiers for economic development, His Excellency, the Governor appointed a 15-Person Economic Advisory Committee, to enhance and support the economic thrust of the new administration.
Against this background, Enugu State Government through the Enugu State Economic Advisory Committee is calling to engage competent Banks and Companies that have reputable Information Technology (IT) Companies as Partners, to boost the Internally Generated Revenue, IGR, of the State, by stemming the leakages in the short-run and expanding the revenue base in the long-run.
The objective of this process is to engage competent Banks and Companies to help the State to significantly reduce revenue leakages and expand the IGR base so as to improve the quantum of revenue.
Terms of Reference
The proposal should among others include, but not limited to the following:
- Strategies to facilitate and streamline the IGR collection and payment processes in Enugu State.
- Framework to build a systematic and sustainable collection of revenue from the informal sector.
- Automation of the IGR Collection Processes in Enugu State.
- Design and set up of a database of Tax Payers in the State, as well as, a system for continuous update of the database.
- Review of the existing revenue sources in the State and suggestions on additional options.
- Articulate and propose the best revenue collection strategies for improving internal revenue in Enugu State.
- Design and propose automated billing and collection methods to facilitate collections and payment.
Scope of Work
The proposal should cover, but not limited, to the following:
- Review and streamline existing revenue template in line with standard national template.
- Design a framework and propose a unified tax system for the State.
- Review and standardize the rates of existing revenue items.
- Identify new revenue sources.
- Streamline and automate revenue collection and payment procedures.
- Ensure that all legible tax payers are captured in the Tax Payers Database
- Continuous update of Tax Payers Database
- Design and set up a systematic collection of taxes from Informal Sector.
- Automation of the operations of the relevant Ministries and Agencies, networked effectively to collections and payments.
- Projected Cash Flow of the implementation expenditure, including the automation costs and the various anticipated recovery and revenue streams with time flows and deadlines.
(2.0) Selection Criteria
Enugu State Government through the Enugu State Economic Advisory Committee inviteseligible Banks and Companies that have reputable and experiences IT Companies as Partners to express their interest in providing the above mentioned services. Interested Organisations must provide the following:
(i) Administrative/Legal Requirement
- Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
- Evidence of the nature of Partnership of the collaborating Organizations, i.e. Companies/Banks with IT partners.
(ii) Financial Requirement
- Tax Clearance Certificate for 2013, 2014, 2015 from the
- Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) of the lead Company/Bank.
- Audited Account for 2013, 2014 and 2015 of the Lead Company/Bank.
- Comfort Letter from the Lead Company/Bank’s Bankers, confirming its financial capacity to fund the automation of the relevant Ministries and Agencies involved in IGR.
(iii) Technical Requirement:
- Veritable evidence of past job experience of similar projects in the last three years in at least two States in Nigeria, indicating the supply value and evidence of satisfactory execution e.g. Letters of Award, Job Completion Certificate etc.
- Comprehensive Organisation Profile including technical qualification and experiences of key personnel or professional staffs and others.
Submission of Expression of Interest
All Expression of Interest must be submitted in sixteen hard copies and a soft copy of CD-ROM and delivered to Office of the Secretary of the Committee/Executive Secretary, Enugu State Economic Planning Commission, 4th Floor CCB Building Okpara Avenue not later than Friday, 18th September, 2015.
Interested applicants may obtain further information at the address above from 8am to 4pm Monday – Friday (except public holidays).
(a) Only Banks and Companies that have met all requirements will be invited to work with the State Government.
(b) Interested Banks and Companies shall pay a non-refundable fee of two hundred and fifty thousand naira (N250,000.00) into Enugu State IGR Pool Account (A/C No. 1267020010) with FCMB as commitment levy for this EOI.
(c) This advert shall not be construed to be a commitment on the part of Enugu State Government nor shall it entitle any Organisation to any claim whatsoever and /or seek indemnity from Enugu State Government or the Committee by virtue of such company having responded to the advertisement.
Enugu State Government reserves the right to reject/accept any/all applications/proposals without assigning any reason whatsoever.
All cost incurred by respondents as a result of the invitation and any subsequent request for information shall be to the respondents account.
On behalf of the Chairman and other members of Enugu State Economic Advisory Committee,
Enugu State, Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Environment
Public Display Exercise on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the Propose Gas Processing Facility at Focados Yokri (Obotobo Community), Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State by Gigagas Limited
In accordance with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Act Cap E12 LFN 2004, which makes it mandatory for proponents of all new major development activities to carry out Environmental Impact Assessment of their proposed projects, the Federal Ministry of Environment hereby announces a twenty one (21) working day Public Notice for information and comments on the draft EIA report submitted by GIGAGAS Limited
The Display Centre are:
- Headquarters of Burutu Local Government Area, Burutu Delta State
- Delta State Ministry of Environment Asaba, Delta State
- Federal Ministry of Environment, Asaba, Delta State
- Federal Ministry of Environment, Environment House, Abuja
- Federal Ministry of Environment, Conservation (Green) Building, Plot 444 Aguiyi Ironsi Maitama Abuja FCT.
The proposed project activities will involve the installation of 120MMscfd Gas Processing Facility, 24 X 1,29km wet gas delivery pipeline to supply unprocessed gas to the site of the proposed gas processing facility; 18 X 0.929km pipeline to transport processed gas to ELPS line via the Shell Odidi gas pipeline; 4 X 1.2km liquid pipeline to transport processed liquids from the Gas Processing Facility to Shell Odidi Facility.
Duration of Display
Date: 14th September – 14th October, 2015
Time: 8.00am 4.00pm daily
All comments received should be forwarded to the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Environment on or before 23rd October, 2015.
For: Honourable Minister
Bank of Industry (BOI)
Appointment of Business Development Service Providers
Request for Proposal (RFP)
The Bank of Industry Limited (BOI) is Nigeria’s foremost Development Finance Institution. The core mandate of the Bank is to provide financial assistance for the establishment of small, medium and large projects; as well as expansion, diversification and modernisation of existing enterprises; and rehabilitation of ailing industries.
The Bank operates from its Head Office in Lagos and 14 State Offices located in Abuja, Akure, Asaba, Awka, Bauchi, Enugu, Gombe, Ibadan, Kaduna, Kano, Lagos, Minna, Osogbo and Port Harcourt.
BOI currently has 122 accredited Business Development Service Providers (BDSPs) located all over the country. However, the Bank is currently reviewing their performances in line with the terms of the Service Agreements signed with them. This is with a view to engaging new BDSPs to replace those that perform below the agreed benchmark. In this regard, prospective BDSPs are hereby invited to submit Requests for Proposal.
The services required of the BDSPs include the following:
(i) Collaborating with BOI to identify credible SMEs that require finance.
(ii) Developing bankable business plans and proposals for SMEs to facilitate their access to finance. The BDSPs will be guided by BOI’s Risk Acceptance Criteria (RAC), and will also ensure that a sound business model is developed and presented.
(iii) Collaborating with BOI to conduct periodic post-finance monitoring of the SMEs.
(iv) Providing post-finance services such as mentorship, handholding, financial advice and inculcation of best practices.
(v) Supporting the SMEs to develop synergies and sustainable relationships with large enterprises, industrial buyers, and suppliers along the value chain.
Selection of successful service providers will be based on the following:
- Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
- Submission of Memorandum and Articles of Association with an object clause permitting the provision of Business Development Services.
- Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2012, 2013 and 2014).
- Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011, by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund.
- Clearance Certificate from the National Pension Commission as evidence of compliance with the Pensions Reform Act, 2004.
- Detailed company profile indicating amongst others, full contact details of its head office and branch offices, as well as the areas of core competences of the firm.
- Profile of the firm’s faculty including cognate and proven multidisciplinary experience in the SME sector.
- Details of Business Development Services provided in the last five (5) years and track record of successfully facilitating access to finance for its clients.
- Indication of preferred area of coverage in any the following categories:
- Zonal (North-East, North-West, North-Central, South-West, South-East, South-South)
Submission of Documents
Three (3) copies of Request for Proposal must be packaged in sealed envelopes and clearly marked“Request for Proposal as a Business Development Service Provider” and addressed to:
The Managing Director,
Bank of Industry Limited,
Submission of Requests for Proposal closes at 3.00 pm on Monday, 28th September, 2015.
Further information can be obtained during office hours 8.00 am to 5.00 pm, Monday through Friday (except public holidays) from Mr. Abdul-Ganiyu O. Mohammed, Tel: 01-2715095, email:email@example.com .
Please note that:
Only short listed firms will be contacted. Late submission shall be rejected.
This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of BOI to appoint any firm, nor shall it entitle any firm submitting documents to claim any indemnity from BOI. BOI reserves the right to take a decision on any of the documents received.
Bank of Industry Limited
23, Marina, Lagos
P.O Box 2357, Lagos Nigeria.
Tel: 01 2771735, 01 2706501
Expression of Interest/Request for Quotation (RFQ)
Pathfinder International a leading non-governmental organization with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) hereby seeks interested and qualified organizations to submit quotations for the supply of Medical Equipment.
Kindly visit the Nigeria country Office stated below for schedule of items to supply.
- Evidence of Company Registration with CAC, including Form CAC7 & CAC2
- Tax Clearance Certificate for 2012, 2013 & 2014
- Evidence of past relevant experience
- Recommendation letter attesting to satisfactory past performance
All documents required for this RFQ must be submitted not later than 3.00pm of Monday, September 21, 2015 to:
35, Justice Sowemimo Street, Off TY Danjuma Street,
Pathfinder International (PI) is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted but charges Withholding Tax (WHT) in compliance with relevant Nigerian laws.
We reserve the right to vary any part of this RFQ at the time of award if it becomes necessary.
Issuance of this RFQ is in no way a commitment by Pathfinder International to award a contract.