procurement adverts

Federal Ministry of Education

New Federal Secretariat Complex, Shehu Shagari Way, Abuja

Federal Government Girls College, Calabar, Cross River State

Invitation for Tender

 1.0     Invitation for Tender

Tenders are hereby invited for the following Capital Projects for 2015 at Federal Government Girls’ College, Calabar, Cross River State.

2.0     Scope of Work

LOT 1:         Construction of Perimeter wall fence

2.0     Tender Requirements

(i)      Evidence of company registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.

(ii)     Pencom registration /evidence of remittance,

(iii)    Tax clearance for the last three years (2012, 2013, 2014)

(iv)    Evidence of VAT registration.

(v)     Evidence of experience of similar jobs for the past three years (2012, 2013 and 2014).

(vi)    Evidence of financial capability from a reputable bank.

(vii)   Evidence of registration with Federal Ministry of Works/Lands, Housing and Urban Development.

(viii)  Company profile and key personnel.

(ix)    Legal Capacity to enter into contract

(x)     Registration with Industrial Training Fund, (I.T.F)

(xi)    Evidence of audited accounts for the last three years (2012, 2013 and 2014)

(xii)   A sworn affidavit indicating whether or not any officer of Federal Government Girls’ College, Calabar or Federal Ministry of Education is a director or shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company.

(xiii)  Maximum bidding is two per company.

3.0     Submission of Technical and Financial Bids

Bids should be enclosed in two (2) sealed envelopes marked “Technical Bid” and “Financial Bid” and will two envelops will be enclosed in a bigger envelope, indicating the Lot No, the name of the project, the name of the contractor at the top night hand corner of the envelope and addressed to ThePrincipal.

Federal Government Girls College,

Calabar,

Cross River State.

(4.0)  The Bid document should be deposited in the schools tender boxes on or before 9thNovember, 2015.

(4.1)  Opening of bid documents will commence at 1 .pm on 9th November, 2015

(4.2)  Interested contractors are to pay a non-refundable tender fee of twenty thousand naira (N20, 000.00) only.

Signed:

Management

Total, E&P Nigeria Limited

Operator of the NNPC/TOTAL Joint Venture

Tender Opportunity: Call for Tender for the Provision of One (1) Accommodation Barge (300 PAX) for the Planned Full Field Shutdown of OML 99/100 for Offshore Installation in January 2016.

NipeX Tender Ref. No: 0500235

Introduction

Total E&P Nigeria Limited (TEPNG) operator of the NNPC/TOTAL Joint Venture invites interested and pre-qualified companies for this tender opportunity for provision of one (1) Accommodation Barge for the planned Full Field Shutdown of OML 99/100 for Offshore Installation, Nigeria. The commencement date is expected to occur in January, 2016.

(2)     Scope of Work and Specifications of the Barge

(a)     The scope of work consists of activities required and incidental to the provision of the Accommodation Barge, offshore Nigeria. This services shall involve, but not be limited to the following activities within the specifications and capabilities of the BARGE and her crew:

  • Safety Stand-by
  • Cargo transportation / Cargo Lifting and Handling Operations
  • Company Personnel accommodation
  • Oil spill clearance
  • Fire fighting

(b)     Brief description of required Barge:

  • Barge Type: 8 points mooring accommodation work barge
  • Number of minimum Passengers. 260 pax dedicated to the Charterer
  • Clear deck area; minimum 1300 sqm
  • BARGE’s Operator details (name and address), Call Letters, Port of Registry, Flag, Details of the issuing authority of Document of Compliance and validity of the certificate, Details of the issuing authority of Safety Management Certificate and validity of the certificate
  • Class and Classification Society: Classed +A1 Accommodation and work Barge MODU code/SPS
  • Names and Contact of Barge’s Protection & Indemnity Club (P&I)
  • Shipyard name:
  • Delivery date (from yard): Barges built between 2002 and completed before this advert (August 2015) will be accepted
  • OVID registration and date of last inspection
  • Location of Barge: Only Accommodation Barges available for immediate deployment will be considered for award

(c)      Award Strategy:

The approved strategy is to award to the lowest commercially qualified bidder. However, if the lowest commercially qualified bidder fails to provide the Barge for immediate deployment, he automatically forfeits it and the contract will be awarded to the second lowest commercially qualified bidder at the lowest bidder price.

(3)     Mandatory Requirements

(a)        To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required to be pre-qualified in the Product/Service Category 3.08.04 Barges – Category A-D in NipeX joint Qualification system (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in these categories 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 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 NJQS 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

COMPANY 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 shall comply with all the provisions of the Nigerian Content Act that relate to this contract but in particular comply with the minimum Nigerian Content % for the scopes which are covered in the Schedule of the Act and any other requirement that may arise from time to time not explicitly stated in this contract but which apply to the contract 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 to disqualification from bidding this contract. 

As part of their submissions, Tenderer shall:

(1)     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.

(2)     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.

(3)     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.

(4)     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 under study program for succession planning.

(5)     Submit a plan for how you intend 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.

(6)     Submit a plan for how you intend to give first consideration to raw materials and manufactured & assembled goods of Nigerian origin which shall include a breakdown of all raw materials to be utilized and identifying those that are found locally, finished products and materials that will be procured from Nigerian Manufacturing & assembly plants, finished goods that order can be placed from outside Nigeria through Nigerian authorized vendors and accredited agents and those that would be directly imported.

(7)     Demonstrate that 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.

(8)     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 this contract; evidence that 50% of all equipment deployed to work by multinational and international companies are owned by the local subsidiaries.

(9)     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.

(10)   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.

(11)   Submit Tenderer’s corporate organization’s overall human resources structure (mgt, supervisors, senior & junior skilled officers, etc) identifying positions manned/occupied.

(12)   Tenderer shall be expected to submit verifiable evidence of the OEM’s Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) issued by NCDMB during the technical phase of bidding.

(13)   Tenderer shall achieve minimum Nigerian Content of 90% by spend as specified in the category of logistic management services target in the NOGICD Act

(14)   Provide details on any other Nigerian Content initiative your company is involved in.

(15)   Tenderer shall submit deed of ownership, bill of sales and Lloyd’s registrations for verifying proof of Nigerian ownership of at least 51% of its nominated Barge.

(16)   Tenderer shall submit verifiable proof of its registration with the regulatory agency i.e. NIMASA current year valid certificate of Nigerian registration licence as a shipping company.

(17)   Tenderer should be registered with the NOGICD JQS and also categorised under the NCDMB marine categorization.

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 is disqualification from this bidding process.

(5)     Closing Date

Only tenderers who are registered with NJQS for 3.08.04 Barges (Product/Services) Category A-D as at9th of October, 2015, being the advert closing 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 Supplier.

(b)     All costs incurred in registering and prequalifying for this and other service categories in NJQS shall be borne solely by the Contractors/suppliers.

(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)     COMPANY 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 contractors should note that TEPNG has very cordial relationship with the host communities of the sites where these services will be performed based on existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Prospective contractors will be required to implement the obligations of the MOU as part of their contract.

Please visit NipeX portal at. www.nipexng.com for this advert and other information

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company

A Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Re-Advertisement

Invitation to Bid for the Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Air Separation (Nitrogen) in WRPC

Introduction:

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Ltd (WRPC) has two (2Nos.) cryogenic Nitrogen Plants with a combined capacity of 1850 Nm3/hr of gaseous Nitrogen. The smaller of the two units have been out of service for some years due to faulty compression/refrigeration equipment and control systems. Also, progressive loss in Cold Box thermal insulation properties has adversely reduced Nitrogen production rate from the only functional Nitrogen Plant.

In order to restore Nitrogen availability to adequately meet demands for inert gas and other process requirements, it is necessary to build a new Air Separation Plant that will produce Nitrogen.

Purpose of the Project

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation wishes to install a cryogenic Nitrogen Plant with the following characteristics;

Cryogenic Nitrogen plant:

(A)    Design Capacity: 950 Nm3/hr* Gaseous Nitrogen production

(B)     Design Network distribution pressure; 7.5 Kg/cm2g

(C)     Design Nitrogen purity; 99,9995%

(D)    Design oxygen content: 5ppm vol max

(D)    Design Drynees:-70°C dew point

(E)     Design liquid nitrogen pressure @ cold-box outlet; 7.5 Kg/cmg Vaporizer:

(A)    Design vaporization capacity: 700 Nm3/hr Gaseous Nitrogen production

(B)     Design Network distribution pressure: 6 – 7Kg/cmg

(C)     Design Temperature: 5°C min

*Volume flow rates, Nm3/hr refers to conditions at 273K temperature and pressure of 760mmHg

Scope of Work

The scope of work includes but not limited to the engineering, design, procurement and delivery of equipment and materials including special tools, construction and installation, inspection, pressure testing, radiography, pre-commissioning/commissioning, Operator training, start-up and acceptance testing after mechanical completing and hand-over of a new Air Separation Plant for production of Nitrogen. The works shall entail both mechanical, civil, electrical and instrumentation and control components. Provision of 2 years spare parts for key equipment and units of the new Air Separation Plant such as Main Process Air Compressor, ozone layer-friendly Refrigeration Unit, Dryer/Adsorber Units, Cold Box, etc.

Collection of Bid Documents

All companies wishing to express their interest to bid for this project shall collect the tender documents, not later than 3pm, Tuesday 13th October 2015, upon payment of a non­-refundable bid fee of N500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira only) with a Bank Draft in favour of WRPC.

Qualification Requirements for the Bidders

By this publication, the WRPC hereby invites competent, reputable and experienced Engineering Contractors to bid for the required .services. Interested companies should submit competitive Commercial bid with Technical bid documents detailing their Company’s capabilities, relevant experience and financial status, Potential contractors (with relevant experience only) will have an advantage over others upon submission of the following documents (failure to do so leads to automatic disqualification):

(1)     Evidence of incorporation in Nigeria.

(2)     Full details of company profile including Nigeria Shareholding, Certificates of Incorporation, certified true copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) form C.07 in Nigeria, complete with authorised signatures attested by Board resolution by directors in case of limited liability company or an attested copy by the shareholders of the company in case of partnership firm by approved notary.

(3)     Evidence of Company’s presence in Nigeria; a duly certified MoU with a registered Nigerian Company to be attached where Company is not physically present in Nigeria. The MoU shall be duly certified by a Notary Public or by a Court of Competent Jurisdiction.

(4)     In case of Joint venture, agreements, if any, should be legally /technically valid and certified true copy should be enclosed and separately sent by the Joint venture partner from offshore direct to the MD, WRPC confirming the interest and validity of Joint venture from country of Joint venture by registered post.

(5)     Proof of Company’s financial capabilities, including audited accounts for the last three- (3) years (the audited accounts must bear the stamp and seal of the Audit Firm), along with corresponding tax clearance certificates (Yearly Turnover of about N1.5Billion for the last three years).

(6)     Copy of current Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) registration certificate in relevant category to operate as a contractor in the oil industry

(7)     Certificate of current registration with NIPEX.

(8)     Bank reference (s) from reputable bank (s).

(9)     Evidence of current registration with ITF.

(10)   Evidence of current registration with PENCOM.

(11)   Value Added Tax (VAT) registration and evidence of past VAT remittance.

(12)   Organizational structure and available work force (with proposed organisational chart for this specific project and verifiable CVs with relevant experience).

(13)   Company’s CASHES and QA/QC policy including proposed plans for this specific project.

(14)   Relevant and verifiable cognate experience with NNPC, or other organizations, on similar works in the past five (5) years stating the:

(i)      Title of project (s)

(ii)     Brief description of project (s)

(iii)    Client(s)

(iv)    Scope of work performed

(v)     Date of award of contract(s)/ contract value

(vi)    Contractual period for execution of project

(vii)   Actual period of execution/ completion certificates

(viii)  Reasons for discrepancies between (vi) & (vii) above if any

(ix)    Nature of contract (fixed, lump sum, reimbursable, etc).

(x)     Name and address of a referee in Client Company for each project indicated (provide telephone numbers, fax and e-mail address for quick reference).

(15)   List and evidence of equipment and technical capability for this project.

(16)   Proposed delivery and payment terms for the work or project.

(17)   Nigerian Content:

  • Evidence of presence in Nigeria.
  • Plan indicating utilization of Nigerian Materials, goods, Services and Manpower including COREN certified personnel.
  • Established presence in Nigeria including investment(s) and plan for training / transfer of technology to Nigerians.

(18)   Any additional information that would enhance the potentials of the company.

(19)   Only proposal from relevant experienced Engineering and construction firms with financial capability and sound technical knowledge shall be considered for commercial evaluation.

Submission of Bids

Three hard copies, each with e-copy in CD or Flash drive in two separate envelopes sealed and marked “Confidential”; Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Air Separation (Nitrogen) in WRPC. (a) Technical and Unpriced Commercial, (b) Price Commercial should reach the address given below, not later than 10th November 2015.

The closing date is Tuesday 10-Nov-2015 at 4:00pm. The bids shall be opened immediately after Due Date.

The Secretary

R&T DEXCOM Tenders Board

NNPC Towers, Block D, 1st Floor, Room 45B,

Central Business District,

Herbert Marculey Way,

Abuja, Nigeria.

Important Information

You should provide WRPC with a letter of Authority to investigate all claims made especially as it relates to your previous relevant experiences.

Please note the following:

(1)     This is a re-advertisement of a tender previously advertised on Thursday, 06-Aug-2015. The Tender is being re-advertised to allow more time for site inspection and necessary clarifications. Bidders who have previously expressed an interest by paying the non-refundable bid fee are not required to make any further payment.

(2)     The commercial bids of any company that failed to satisfy technical bid conditions will not be opened for evaluation and therefore stand disqualified.

(3)     WRPC reserves absolute discretion and right to either accept or reject any documents and it shall not be required to assign a reason for refusal to open your bid or to enter any correspondence concerning the selection of any contractor for the services.

(4)     All cost incurred by you as a result of this bidding exercise and any subsequent request for information shall be, at your expense.

(5)     The inspection of the job at WRPC site commences from the day of this publication on Tuesdays & Thursdays (between 10am to 3pm). All site inspections must be concluded not later than 3pm, Tuesday 13th October 2015.

(6)     All interested companies shall pay a non-refundable bid fee of N500,000.00. (Five Hundred Thousand Naira only) to collect the bid documents.

(7)     The Bidding exercise and any related process neither creates any commitment by WRPC nor establishes any legal relationship.

(8)     All requests for clarifications, which must be concluded not later than Thursday 15th October 2015, should be addressed to:

The Secretary, SPPC

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited,

Ekpan-Warri,

Delta State, Nigeria

http://www.nncpgroup.com

Signed:

Management

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company

A Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Re-Advertisement

Invitation to Bid for the Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Steam Boiler for WRPC

Introduction:

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Ltd (WRPC) has four oil-fired, water-tube boilers generating high-pressure steam for meeting various process requirements. Boilers 1 and 2 were designed to generate steam at 82kg/cm2 and 110tons/hr with a maximum peak load of 120tons/hr for two hours in any 24-hour period while Boilers 3 and 4, which are package boilers and rated 80tons/hr and 120tons/hr respectively were designed to generate steam at 42kg/cm2.

Boilers 3 and 4 were commissioned in 1982 and 1989 and decommissioned in 2003 and 1996 respectively due to multiple leaks and tube deformation and therefore not available for steam production while Boilers 1 and 2 have been significantly de-rated in capacity due to tube failures and ageing.

Due to modified operations of the refinery, 82kg/cm2 steam is no longer required. The refinery wishes to install a new steam boiler, to be fired on dual fuel (fuel oil and/or gas) with a capacity of 110tons/hr and at a discharge pressure of 45Bar (g).

Purpose of the Project

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (“NNPC”) wishes to install a new steam boiler, to be fired on dual fuel (fuel oil and/or gas) with a capacity of 110tons/hr and at a discharge pressure of 45Bar(g).

Scope of Work

The scope of work includes, but not limited to the engineering, design, procurement and delivery of equipment and materials including special tools, construction and installation, inspection, pressure testing, radiography, Operator training, pre-commissioning/commissioning, start-up and acceptance testing after mechanical completion and handover. The works shall entail mechanical, civil, electrical and instrumentation and control components, with the provision of 2 years spare parts for key equipment and units of the Boiler Plant.

Collection of Bid Documents

All companies wishing to express their interest to bid for this project shall collect the tender documents, not later than 3pm., Tuesday 3rd October 2015, upon payment of a non­-refundable bid fee of N500,000.00 (Eve hundred thousand Naira only) with a Bank Draft in favour of WRPC.

Qualification Requirements for the Bidders

By this publication, the WRPC hereby invites competent, reputable and experienced Engineering Contractors to bid for the required services. Interested companies should submit competitive Commercial bid with Technical bid documents detailing their Company’s capabilities, relevant experience and financial status. Potential contractors (with relevant experience only) will have an advantage over others upon submission of the following documents (failure to do so leads to automatic disqualification).

(1)       Evidence of incorporation in Nigeria.

(2)       Full details of company profile including Nigeria Shareholding, Certificates of Incorporation, certified true copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) form C.07 in Nigeria, complete with authorised signatures attested by Board resolution by directors in case of limited liability company or an attested copy by the shareholders of the company in case of partnership firm by approved notary.

(3)       Evidence of Company’s presence in Nigeria; a duty certified MoU with a registered Nigerian Company to be attached where Company is not physically present in Nigeria. The MoU shall be duly certified by a Notary Public or by a Court of Competent Jurisdiction.

(4)       In case of Joint venture, agreements, if any, should be legally /technically valid and certified true copy should be enclosed and separately sent by the Joint venture partner from offshore direct to the MD, WRPC confirming the interest and validity of Joint venture from country of Joint venture by registered post.

(5)       Proof of Company’s financial capabilities, including audited accounts for the last three-(3) years (the audited accounts must bear the stamp and seal of the Audit Firm), along with corresponding tax clearance certificates (Yearly Turnover of about N1.5Billion for the test three years).

(6)       Copy of current Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) registration certificate in relevant category to operate as a contractor in the oil industry

(7)       Certificate of current registration with NIPEX.

(8)       Bank reference (s) from reputable bank (s).

(9)       Evidence of current registration with ITF.

(10)     Evidence of current registration with PENCOM.

(11)     Value Added Tax (VAT) registration and evidence of past VAT remittance.

(12)   Organizational structure and available work force (with proposed organisational chart for this specific project and verifiable CVs with relevant experience).

(13)     Company’s CASHES and QA/QC policy including proposed plan for this specific project.

(14)     Relevant and verifiable cognate experience with NNPC, or other organizations, on similar works in the past five-(5) years stating the:

(i)         Title of project (s)

(ii)        Brief description of project (s)

(iii)       Client(s)

(iv)      Scope of work performed

(v)       Date of award of contract(s)/ contract value

(vi)      Contractual period for execution of project

(vii)     Actual period of execution/ completion certificates

(viii)    Reasons for discrepancies between (vi) & (vii) above if any

(ix)      Nature of contact (fixed, lump sum, reimbursable, etc).

(x)       Name and address of a referee in Client Company for each project indicated (provide telephone numbers, fax and e-mail address for quick reference).

(15)     List and evidence of equipment and technical capability for this project.

(16)     Proposed delivery and payment terms for the work or project.

(17)     Nigerian Content:

  • Evidence of presence in Nigeria.
  • Plan indicating utilization of Nigerian Materials, goods, Services and Manpower including COREN certified personnel.
  • Established presence in Nigeria including investment(s) and plan for training / transfer of technology to Nigerians.

(18)     Any additional information that would enhance the potentials of the company.

(19)     Only proposal from relevant experienced Engineering and construction firms with financial capability and sound technical knowledge shall be considered for commercial evaluation.

Submission of Bids

Three hard copies, each with e-copy in CD or Flash drive in two separate envelopes sealed and marked“Confidential”- Invitation to Tender for Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Steam Boiler for WRPC. (a) Technical and Unpriced Commercial, (b) Price Commercial should reach the address given below, not later than 10th November 2015.

The closing date is Tuesday 10th November 2015 at 4:00pm. The bids shall be opened immediately after Due Date.

The Secretary

R & T DEXCOM Tenders Board

NNPC Towers, Block D, 1st Floor, Room 45B,

Central Business District,

Herbert Macauley Way,

Abuja, Nigeria.

Important Information

You should provide WRPC with a letter of Authority to investigate all claims made especially as it relates to your previous relevant experiences.

Please note the following:

(1)       This is a re-advertisement of a tender previously advertised on Thursday, 06-Aug-2015. The Tender is being re-advertised to allow more time for site inspection and necessary clarifications. Bidders who have previously expressed an interest by paying the non-refundable bid fee are not required to make any further payment.

(2)       The commercial bids of any company that failed to satisfy technical bid conditions will not be opened for evaluation and therefore stand disqualified.

(3)       WRPC reserves absolute discretion and right to either accept or reject any documents and it shall not be required to assign a reason for refusal to open your bid or to enter any correspondence concerning the selection of any contractor for the services.

(4)       All cost incurred by you as a result of this bidding exercise and any subsequent request for information shall be, at your expense.

(5)       The inspection of the job at WRPC site commences from the day of this publication on Tuesdays &Thursdays (between 10am to 3pm) within the first three weeks. All site inspections must be concluded not later than 3pm, Tuesday 13th October 2015.

(6)       All the interested companies shall pay a non-refundable bid fee of N500,000.00. (Five Hundred Thousand Naira only) to collect the bid documents.

(7)       The Bidding exercise and any related process neither creates any commitment by WRPC nor establishes any legal relationship.

(8)       All requests for clarifications, which must be concluded not later than Thursday 15thOctober 2015, should be addressed to:

The Secretary, SPPC

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited,

Ekpan -Warri,

Delta State, Nigeria

http://www.nnpcgroup.com 

Signed:

Management

Government of Ebonyi State Of Nigeria

Office of the Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Works & Transport, Abakaliki

Telephone: 08035734225

You Ref

Our Ref:Eb/MOW&T/CE/S.04/X1V/8055

21st September, 2015

Invitation for Prequalification to Tender for Roads Projects.

The Ebonyi State Government, through the State Ministry of Works and Transport, intends to undertake the following:

(a)     Reconstruction of Amasiri Okposi Uburu Federal Road (24 km)

(b)     Reconstruction of Nkalagu Ehamufu Federal Road (14.2km)

(c)     Construction of a section of Abakaliki Afikpo Federal Road (CH24+000 CH38+500) (14.5km); and

(d)     Construction of Hiltop Nwofe Road (State road)

(2)     Eligibility Requirements

Eligible contractors are expected to present the following:

(a)     Certificate of Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission

(b)     Company’s Audited Accounts for the past three years

(c)      Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the past three years and VAT Registration with proof of remittances.

(d)     Evidence of Financial Capability and Support letter from a reputable bank and last 6 months bank statement addressed to the Ministry.

(e)      Detailed Company profile, Partnerships, Organogram and curriculum vitae with verifiable evidence of experience of key technical personnel to be involved in the project.

(f)      An undertaking that the Company is not in receivership/bankruptcy and that none of its Directors has been convicted for any criminal offence relating to fraud, financial impropriety, misrepresentation or falsification of facts relating to any matter.

(g)     Current Company Registration with the Contractor’s Registration Board of Ebonyi State Ministry of Works and Transport.

(h)     Annual Turnover in the last three years.

(i)      Evidence of similar projects undertaken in the past three years including scope, site of project, contract sum and verifiable
evidence of projects successfully completed and maintained.

(j)      Evidence of ownership of relevant plant and equipment.

(3)   Method of Submission:

Application for prequalification must be submitted not later than  13th October 2015 and marked. “Prequalification for Construction of Roads in EBONYI STATE.” And returned to The Director, Civil Engineering Department, Ebonyi State Ministry of Works and Transport, Abakaliki.

General Information:

(i)      The Ministry may verify any or all the claims made b applicants and shall disqualify any Company whose claims are found to be false.

(ii)     Contractors who have worked for the Ministry and have poor history of poor performance, abandonment, termination and/or prolonged contract period need not apply.

(iii)    Contractors are to note that for any project awarded, there will be not advance payment as payments will only be based on milestones of completed works.

(iv)    Non compliance to the instructions will lead to disqualification.

Elder K.C. Obini

Permanent Secretary/Chairman Ministerial Tender Board

Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization

Recruitment Notice

Selection of a Firm Specialized in the Recruitment of Senior- Level Executives

Request for Expression of Interest

N°06/09/2015/OCAL/SE/UPM

Date: 25/09/2015

 (1)     The Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization (ALCO) is a sub regional intergovernmental organization established on 30th April 2002 by the Heads of State of five countries (Cote d’lvoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria) to address cross-border issues including HIV / AIDS prevention among key populations, trade facilitation and the free movement of people and goods along the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor.

As part of its new HIV / AIDS program, ALCO has received New Funding from the Global Fund for the implementation of HIV and AIDS prevention activities targeting key populations along the Abidjan Lagos corridor for a period of three years from January 2016 to December 2018.

The implementation of this new program requires the recruitment of qualified staff to strengthen the management team.

In this context, ALCO wishes to engage the services of a firm specialized in the recruitment of senior-level executives to assist in executing this mission. The firm will be responsible for:

  • Proposing a recruitment methodology
  • Developing the application criteria and / or assessment tests for each phase of the recruitment methodology.
  • Examining applications transmitted to it by ALCO
  • Preparing selection reports which will then be validated by the Committee.

(2)     The Executive Secretariat of the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization, through this request for expression of interest, is inviting relevant firms to express their interest in providing the services described above. They must be firms specialized in human resources with proven experience in the recruitment of senior-level executives. The firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform these services: references in respect of execution of related contracts, experience in similar conditions, and availability of the appropriate skills among staff. This information must be provided in two copies including one original. In case of inconsistency between the copies, the original shall prevail. The original and the copy of the technical file must be placed in an envelope clearly marked “Executive Secretariat of the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization, Expression of Interest for the hiring of a firm specialized in the recruitment of senior-level executives for the NFM. To be opened only during the bids opening session”

(3)     Consultants will be selected based on consultants’ qualification (CQ).

(4)     The expected duration of the mission is 40 days.

(5)     Interested firms may obtain further information from the address below.

(6)     Expressions of interest must be submitted in a sealed envelope or via e-mail no later than 12thOctober 2015 at 6:00 PM Cotonou time to the address below

(7)     The expected starting period of the mission is October 2015.

(8)     The address referred to above is the following:

Executive Secretary of the Abidjan-Lagos Corridor Organization,

Located at; Immeuble ALAPINI, 234 Camp Guezo

Cotonou, Benin

Tel; (229) 21313579/2131 35 91

Fax: (229) 21313652

Email; procurement@corridor-sida.org web site: www.corridor-sida.org 

Executive Secretary

Idrissa KONE

Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company

A Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Re-Advertisement

Invitation to Bid for the Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Water Demoralization Plant in WRPC

Introduction:

The Water Demoralization Plant in Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Ltd. (WRPC) was designed in 1976/77 by EI Car Patterson Candy, Italy. The original design of the Water Demineralization Plant involved 2 parallel trains of ion exchangers. Each train consists of the following: Organic Matter Scavenger, Strong Cationic Filter, Weak Anionic Fitter, Strong Anionic Filter and Mixed Bed Filter. The Resin Regeneration Facilities are common to both trains.

A third train of ion exchange resins comprising of Cationic Filters, Weak and Strong Anionic Filter, Mixed Bed Filter and Decarbonization Tower with Vacuum Degasing System with Vacuum Degasing System downstream Cationic and Strong Anionic Filters was installed in 1982.

In order to produce the required Boiler Feed Water specification, it is necessary to build a new Water Demineralization Plant.

Purpose of the Project

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation wishes to install a new Water Demineralization Plant with a capacity of 270m3/hr capable of producing on a continuous basis 180m3/hr of Demineralized Water from raw water produced from existing boreholes.

Scope of Work

The scope of work includes but not limited to the engineering, design, procurement and delivery of equipment and materials including special tools, construction and installation, inspection, pressure testing, radiography,  pre-commissioning/commissioning, Operator training, start-up and acceptance testing after mechanical completing and hand-over of a new 270m3/hr capacity Water Demineralization Plant capable of producing on a continuous basis 180m3/hr of Demineralized Water from the existing borehole water at optimal operating cost. The works shall entail both mechanical, civil, electrical and instrumentation control components, with the provision of 2 years spare parts for key equipment.

Collection of Bid Documents

All companies wishing to express their interest to bid for this project shall collect the tender documents, not later than 3pm, Tuesday 13th October 2015, upon payment of a non-­refundable bid fee of N500,000.00 (Five Hundred Thousand Naira only) with a Bank Draft in favour of WRPC.

Qualification Requirements for the Bidders

By this publication, the WRPC hereby invites competent, reputable and experienced Engineering Contractors to bid for the required services. Interested companies should submit competitive Commercial bid with Technical bid documents detailing their Company’s capabilities, relevant experience and financial status, Potential contractors (with relevant experience only) will have an advantage over others upon submission of the following documents (failure to do so leads to automatic disqualification):

(1)       Evidence of incorporation in Nigeria.

(2)       Full details of company profile including Nigeria Shareholding, Certificates of Incorporation, certified true copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association and Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) form C.07 in Nigeria, complete with authorised signatures attested by Board resolution by directors in case of limited liability company or an attested copy by the shareholders of the company in case of partnership firm by approved notary.

(3)       Evidence of Company’s presence in Nigeria; a duty certified MoU with a registered Nigerian Company to be attached where Company is not physically present in Nigeria. The MoU shall be duly certified by a Notary Public or by a Court of Competent Jurisdiction.

(4)     In case of Joint venture, agreements, if any, should be legally /technically valid and certified true copy should be enclosed and separately sent by the Joint venture partner from offshore direct to the MD, WRPC confirming the interest and validity of Joint venture from country of Joint venture by registered post.

(5)       Proof of Company’s financial capabilities, including audited accounts for the last three- (3) years (the audited accounts must bear the stamp and seal of the Audit Firm), along with corresponding tax clearance certificates (Yearly Turnover of about N1.5Billion for the last three years).

(6)     Copy of current Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) registration certificate in relevant category to operate as a contractor in the oil industry

(7)     Certificate of current registration with NIPEX.

(8)     Bank reference (s) from reputable bank (s).

(9)     Evidence of current registration with ITF.

(10)   Evidence of current registration with PENCOM.

(11)   Value Added Tax (VAT) registration and evidence of past VAT remittance.

(12)   Organisational structure and available work force (with proposed organisational chart for this specific project and verifiable CVs with relevant experience).

(13)   Company’s CASHES and QA/QC policy including proposed plan for this specific project.

(14)   Relevant and verifiable cognate experience with NNPC, or other organizations, on similar work in the past five (5) years stating the:

(i)      Title of project (s)

(ii)     Brief description of project (s)

(iii)    Client(s)

(iv)    Scope of work performed

(v)     Date of award of contract(s)/ contract value

(vi)    Contractual period for execution of project

(vii)   Actual period of execution/ completion certificates

(viii)  Reasons for discrepancies between (vi) & (vii) above if any

(ix)    Nature of contract (fixed, lump sum, reimbursable, etc).

(x)     Name and address of a referee in Client Company for each project indicated (provide telephone numbers, fax and e-mail address for quick reference).

(15)   List and evidence of equipment and technical capability for this project.

(16)   Proposed delivery and payment terms for the work or project.

(17)   Nigerian Content:

  • Evidence of presence in Nigeria.
  • Plan indicating utilization of Nigerian Materials, goods, Services and Manpower including COREN certified personnel.
  • Established presence in Nigeria including investment(s) and plan for training / transfer of technology to Nigerians.

(18)     Any additional information that would enhance the potentials of the company.

(19)     Only proposal from relevant experienced Engineering and construction firms with financial capability and sound technical knowledge shall be considered for commercial evaluation.

Submission of Bids

Three hard copies, each with e-copy in CD or Flash drive in two separate envelopes sealed and marked “Confidential” – Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of a New Water Demineralization Plant in WRPC

(a) Technical and Unpriced Commercial, (b) Price Commercial should reach the address given below,not later than 10th November 2015. The closing date is Tuesday 10th November 2015 at 4:00pm. The bids shall be opened immediately after Due Date.

The Secretary

R & T DEXCOM Tenders Board

NNPC Towers, Block D, 1st Floor, Room 45B,

Central Business District,

Herbert Macaulay Way,

Abuja, Nigeria.

Important Information

You should provide WRPC with a letter of Authority to investigate all claims made especially as it relates to your previous relevant experiences.

Please note the following:

(1)       This is a re-advertisement of a tender previously advertised on Thursday, 6th August 2015.The Tender is being re-advertised to allow more time for site inspection and necessary clarifications. Bidders who have previously expressed an interest by paying the non-refundable bid fee are not required to make any further payment.

(2)       The commercial bids of any company that failed to satisfy technical bid conditions will not be opened for evaluation and therefore stand disqualified.

(3)     WRPC reserves absolute discretion and right to either accept or reject any documents and it shall not be required to assign a reason for refusal to open your bid or to enter any correspondence concerning the selection of any contractor for the services.

(4)     All cost incurred by you as a result of this bidding exercise and any subsequent request for information shall be, at your expense.

(5)       The inspection of the job at WRPC site commences from the day of this publication on Tuesdays & Thursdays (between 10am to 3pm) within the first three weeks, All site inspections must be concluded not later than 3pm, Tuesday 13th October 2015.

(6)       All the interested companies shall pay a non-refundable bid fee of N500,000.00. (Five Hundred Thousand Naira Only) to collect the bid documents.

(7)       The Bidding exercise and any related process neither creates any commitment by WRPC nor establishes any legal relationship.

(8)       All requests for clarifications, which must be concluded not later than Thursday 15thOctober 2015, should be addressed to:

The Secretary, SPPC

Warn Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited,

Ekpan-Warri,

Delta State, Nigeria

http://www.nnpcgroup.com

Signed:

Management

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