Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District,
P.M.B, 190, Garki, Abuja – Nigeria
Technical Pre-Qualification for the Blending of Lubricants
NNPC Retail Limited is an active player in the downstream marketing of petroleum products in Nigeria with over 500 Retail outlets. As part of the strategic objective to add value to its operations, NNPC Retail is keen to introduce its new brand of premium quality lubricants into the Nigerian market.
(2) BRIEF DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE OF THE SERVICE:
NNPC Retail wishes to engage the services of reputable producers of lubricants to blend its lubricant brand on a third party contract-blending arrangement for a period of two years on mutually agreeable commercial and competitive terms.
(3) SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of work for the contract blending shall include, but not limited to, the following:
Provision of lubricants contract blending services.
Procuring, stocking and managing all base oils and additives for every production order.
Receipt and proper handling of packaging materials on behalf of NNPC Retail Ltd.
Blending, testing for quality, filling, packaging, labeling, intermediate storage and loading of finished lubricant products into NNPC Retail’s trucks.
Provision of storage facility within the plant for the finished/blended lubricants for a maximum initial period of at least one (1) month without charge.
(4) PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT FOR THE BIDDERS (WHO MAY APPLY)
To pre-qualify for the bid and in compliance with the Public Procurement Art 2007, the prospective company must meet the under-listed criteria, which will be strictly adhered to during the technical evaluation and selection process by the client.
(i) Prospective companies must own an operating lubricant blending plant in
Nigeria with requisite minimum production spare capacity of 10,000 MT per annum on single shift, proven track record and experience in the business.
(ii) Full detailed Company profile with CAC Certificates of Incorporation;
certified true copies of memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company and CAC form C02, C07
(iii) Company profile including Nigeria shareholding, its organizational Structure, board of directors and ownership and available work force as well as CVs of key management and operations personnel should be submitted. Provide evidence (personnel list and position organizational chart) percentage of Management that are Nigerian nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians.
(iv) Evidence of VAT registration and evidence of past VAT remittances
(v) Prospects must show their tax clearance certificates for the last 3 years (i.e. 2012, 2013 and 2014).
(vi) Evidence of registration with Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) Oil and Gas category as well as current blending plant license.
(vii) Audited Account for the past 3 years (2012, 2013 and 2014) which must bear the stamp and seal of the Audit Firm.
(viii) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund (ITF). (where applicable)
(ix) Evidence of compliance with part IV, 16(6d) of the Public Procurement Act 2007 as it relates to PENSION (Certificate or exemption from PENCOM) and section 1(2) Pension Reform Act 2004. (where applicable)
(x) Current and in-place organizational structure with detailed experience and skills of key management personnel with names. Provide evidence (personnel list and position organizational chart) percentage of Management that are Nigerian nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians, Curriculum Vitae of key personnel to be provided.
(xi) Company’s CASHES plans and QA/QC policy and details of safety records for accidents, incidents, injuries and damages for the past three (3) years (2012, 2013 and 2014).
(xii) They must show relevant and verifiable cognate experience / evidence of similar work with existing reputable oil marketing companies in the industry or other clients on third party blending with names and addresses of referees in the client companies, scope of work and contractual period
(xiii) Prospective companies must have the financial capability to produce and supply blended lubricant products as follows:
Demonstrate a minimum annual turnover of 3.0 Billion Naira
Provide evidence of ability to fund Wending of lubricants equivalent to the value of 300 Million Naira before payment for first order upon signing of the contract agreement.
(xiv) Prospects must present Bank reference(s) from reputable bank(s).
(xv) Prospects must show evidence of adherence to QSHE norms in line with the standard operating practice in the industry.
(xvi) Any additional information that would enhance the potentials of the company.
(5) NIGERIAN CONTENT
In line with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act 2010, bidders are invited to submit the following:
Bidders are required to submit the following information/documentation
(A) Provide details of Company ownership and shareholding structure with eligible certified true copies of CAC forms C02 and C07, including company memorandum & article of association and other evidence of entity’s incorporation;
(B) Provide detailed description and location of blending plant, procurement center and warehouse in Nigeria.
(C) Nigerian Content Plan with detailed description of the role, work scope, and responsibilities of all Nigerian companies and personnel that are involved in executing the service; that addresses utilisation of Nigerian labour, services, materials and equipment for this service, aimed at achieving the minimum Nigerian Content requirements for this category in line with targets set in the schedule to the NOGICD act 2010;
(D) 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;
(E) Detailed training plan for the service;
NOTE: Only bidders whose submissions are in compliance with Nigerian Content requirements shall be qualified to proceed to the next stage of the tendering process.
(6) SUBMISSION OF BIDS
Eligible companies are hereby invited to submit their applications with a covering letter on their corporate letterheads in one (1) hard copy, One (1) photocopy placed and seated in separate envelopes with one electronic copy (in either CD or flash disc) with relevant supporting documentation as stipulated above marked and submitted as; “Technical Pre-Qualification for the Blending of Lubricants”. The Local content requirement as stated above must be submitted in a separate envelope.
The Bid package should be addressed to;
DOWNSTREAM DEXCOM Tenders Board,
Block “D”, Room 45B, 1st Floor, NNPC Towers
Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District,
Submission of bids shall not later than Thursday, 30th June, 2016 by 2pm
NOTE: Bids shall be opened Immediately after the deadline stipulated for the submission of bids.
NOTE: Bids shall be opened and endorsed immediately thereafter. All bidders are invited to attend the bid opening ceremony.
Block “A”, 1st Floor, NNPC Towers,
Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District,
(7) BIDS CLARIFICATION
All requests for clarification must be sent to and received not later than 27th May 2016 via the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “Re: Technical Pre- Qualification for The Blending of Lubricants”.
(8) IMPORTANT INFORMATION
As a guide to the technical evaluation of the capability of prospective companies, the under-listed information should be provided to confirm facility integrity, production, competence and operational efficiency in line with international quality standards in the industry.
(1) DETAILS OF THE PLANT
Location/Address and dates of establishment
Installed capacity and rated operational efficiency
Ownership structure (private or publicity-quoted)
Corporate objectives and policy statements (Mission, Vision, Quality, Safety, Health & Environment (QSHE), fire & occupational hazards and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the operational area.
(2) EVIDENCE OF COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTORY AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
Plant granted Approval-To-Construct(ATC)
Plant licensed and granted Approval-To-Operate (ATO)
Annual renewal of approvals/license
Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON)
NIS ISO 9001: Quality Management System Certificate
(3) EVIDENCE OF TECHNICAL, PRODUCTION AND MANPOWER COMPETENCE
(i) Dedicated storage rank facilities for base oils (No. of tanks, capacities and code of identification)
(ii) Blending technique
Type of blending operation (batch or in-line)
Number of blending kettles and their capacities
Heating facilities for blending/filling operations
Line clearing / pigging facilities,
(iii) Filling operation
Type of filling machines (manual, semi-automated or fully- automated)
Number of filling machines/lines and their filling rates for each container of 0.5 litre, 1 litre, 4 litres, 25 litres, 200 litres & Bulk
Screw capping machine (whether manual, semi-automated, or fully automated)
Availability of induction sealing machine
Availability of labeling and batch coding machine
Availability of semi-automated canonizing facilities
(iv) QA/QC Laboratory facility
List of Quality Assurance / Quality Control equipment and test methods for raw materials (base oils & additives), physical, chemical & wear metal analysts for new, used and waste lubricants.
Evidence of Inter Lab Correlation Programme (ILCP) with international laboratories, if any.
(4) AUXILIARY FACILITIES
Other complimentary facilities relevant to efficient service delivery (warehouse sizes & geographical locations, logistics of distribution, handling & fire fighting equipment, power support, base oil specifications/sources, and additive manufacturer for additives in use. etc.)
(9) FURTHER INFORMATION:
(1) Late submission of bid shall be rejected.
(2) Your company shall provide NNPC with a letter of Authority to verify all claims made in your submissions.
(3) Please note that this is not an Invitation to Tender. Only Companies adjudged qualified by NNPC under this pre-qualification procedure will be invited to participate in the competitive tender.
(4) 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.
(5) The pre-qualification and/or any related process neither creates any commitment by NNPC nor establish any legal relationship.
(6) List and evidence of equipment and technical capability for this project should be provided.
Kano State Government of Nigeria
Ministry of Works, Housing and Transport, Kano
Request on Proposals to Equip the Ultra-Modern Skill Acquisition Centre
The Administration of His Excellency, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje OFR, of Kano State, prepared to provide an Ultra-modern Skills Acquisition Centre in the State. This is in line with its Youth empowerment Programme, which supports innovations that will help build capacity in the State that are practical, with clear potential that fill the gap of the middle skill manpower.
It is envisaged that the initiative will help train the teeming teenagers, unemployed youth in various skills in the following trades: –
(1) Block work& Concrete Works
(2) Carpentry & Jointry
(3) Plumbing & Pipe Works
(4) Electrical Installation
(5) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
(6) Electricity & Electronics
(7) Computer Engineering
(8) Technical Drawing
(9) Metal Machining
(10) Engineering Fitting
(11) Welding Fitting
(12) Automotive Body Repairs
(13) Automotive Electronics
(14) Automotive Mechanics
(15) Catering & Hospitality
(16) Dressmaking & Fashion
(17) Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy
(18) Business & Computer Studies
(19) Leather Works & Shoemaking
(20) Renewable Energy
The centre is envisaged to have the capacity to train up to 500 students at any one time. Pursuant to this objective, the construction of the befitting state-of-the-art centre has been awarded and the State Government now invites proposals (Technical and Financial) from reputable Firms/Companies that are capable and willing to supply and install the equipment in the above proposed Workshops and Laboratories, as well as providing a comprehensive training scheme in its use for teaching
Interested and pre-qualified companies may obtain the approved equipment lists and minimum acceptable specifications at the cost of One Hundred Thousand Naira (N100,000:00 only) from the Office of the Director Planning, Research and Statistics, Projects Monitoring Bureau, Kano State.
The criteria for evaluation are based on the Due Process which includes but is not limited to the followings:
(a) Technical Competence
(b) Financial Ability
(c) Compliance to the Acts of the Contract Awards
(d) Relevant experience and commitment to the projects
(e) Responsiveness to the request
(f) Quality of Staff, Plant and Equipment
(g) Terms of payment
(h) Country of origin
(i) Manufacturers Authorization
(j) Training proposal for teaching staff
SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS AND BIDS
Submissions must be made in English and received in sealed envelope which is to be delivered either by hand or registered mail not later than 8th June, 2016. The document should be forwarded in an envelope to the address below containing ‘Skill Acquisition Centre Document’ on the top right hand corner of the envelope.
Planning, Research and Statistics
Projects Monitoring Bureau,
No. 21 Magajin Rumfa Road,
Nassarawa GRA, Kano, Kano State
Please note that the opening of the Tender shall be perform on the day of closure of submission at 2:00 pm and that participation in the exercise is not a guarantee to secure the contract, and the employer reserves the right to accept or reject late submission and nor shall it construed as a commitment on the part of the State Government to claim any indemnity.
The most successful Firm will be communicated for further proceedings.
Projects Monitoring Bureau,
No. 21 Magajin Rumfa Road,
Nassarawa GRA, Kano,
Federal College of Education (Technical), Bichi
P.M.B 3473 Kano, Kano State
Invitation for Pre-Qualification/Tender
The Federal College of Education (Technical) Bichi wishes to bring to the notice of interested, competent and reputable contractors that the College would carry out the following projects.
(A) CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND DRAINAGES
(B) EXTENSION OF COLLEGE CLINIC
(C) RENOVATION OF STUDENT’S HOSTELS
Photocopies of the following documents are required
Certificate of Incorporation
Current Tax clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years 2013-2015
Value Added Tax Registration Certificate
Verifiable Evidence of previous experience in area of interest.
Company profile with evidence of technical qualification and experience of key personnel
Three years Audited Accounts/Evidence of financial capability
Evidence of compliance with Pension Reform Act. 2004
Evidence of compliance with the statutory provision of Section 8 (l) – (3) of the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act, 2011.
Evidence of Registration with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) data base.
Purchase of Tender Documents
Interested companies or their accredited representatives are required to collect the bid documents from the office of the Director works FCE(T) Bichi on payment of non-refundable fee of Twenty Five Thousand Naira only. (N25.000.00). at Federal Government e-collection Account, visit any Bank Branch with your RRR to make payment.
SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION/TENDER DOCUMENTS:
Pre-qualification/Tender documents should be enclosed in a separated sealed marked envelope “Pre-qualification for”………….” Name or project”
The two envelope should be put in a bigger envelope and address to the Provost FCE(T) Bichi not later than 14th June, 2016.
Eligible Contractors are expected to submit relevant documents on or before 14th June, 2016 and the Pre-qualification/Invitation Tender will be publicly opened for processing at 12:00noon on 14th June, 2016 at the College Council Chamber. All Contractors and the general public are hereby invited to the public opening.
The College will analyse the Documents and only Companies who pass the minimum marks will their Tender Documents be further analyse to arrive at the lowest evaluated responsive bid.
Call For Organization/Consultant to Provide Training on:
(1) Evaluation for Development Programme (Short Course) Funded by Donor Agencies
(2) The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Disease Control Programmes
The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), a Principal Recipient (PR) under the Global Fund New Funding Model Tuberculosis grant; is currently seeking detailed training proposals from qualified organizations, to provide training on Evaluation of Development Programmes Funded by Donor Agencies and on The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Disease Control Programmes to some Programmes and Monitoring & Evaluation staff.
(1) SCOPE OF WORK (Evaluation for Development Programme (Short Course) Funded by Donor Agencies)
The successful training organization/consultant will combine expertise in evaluation of public health programmes and applied research and must be able to pass on these skills through a well-designed, tailor made short course training curriculum. The training will provide participants with the basic methods and skills of how to identify and document the changes arising from development interventions. Training will be provided to 20 (twenty) persons. Specifically, the scope of the training will entail the following:
Build capacity in different types of study designs, sampling methodologies required for program evaluations including complex study designs.
Teach participants and build skill on how to conduct systematic review and desk reviews of journals, survey materials, program documents and policy documents etc. to generate evidence-based decisions.
Train participants in the development of terms of reference and program evaluation monitoring and supervision for quality assurance.
Provide the knowledge of how to combine qualitative and quantitative approaches to gather and interpret data
Provide the knowledge of how to use findings and results from evaluation to stimulate learning, performance improvement and stakeholder buy-in.
Demonstrate to participants; an overview of the Theory of Change and understand how change happens
Teach participants participatory methodologies of programme evaluation.
(2) SCOPE OF WORK (The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Disease Control Programmes)
The successful GIS training organization/consultant will combine expertise in geographic information systems and its application in disease control. The training will provide an introduction on the use of GIS in disease control programmes as well as offer knowledge and basic skills on how GIS can be used for disease control, focusing on the epidemiological assessment of disease burden, and data analysis. Other benefits that GIS offers towards the improvement of programmatic planning and management will also be expected to be incorporated into the training curriculum. Training will be provided to 24 (twenty-four) parsons.
Specifically, the scope of the training will entail the following:
Conduct capacity building for programme and M&E staff on the use of GIS and GPS mapping devices.
Synchronize and introduce the GIS Beginners and Inter-mediate modules to participants.
Equip the participants with the knowledge and technical know-how of the GIS software and geo-special analysis for disease control including how ecological factors can influence health service delivery and disease control
Teach the participants to conduct data analysis with the GIS software using existing programme and other historical data
Build the capacity of project staff in making efficient use of relevant programmatic data with linkage to mapping data to inform appropriate decision for service coverage, monitoring of service utilization and managing access to health services
Institute and provide Technical Assistance (TA) for the participants to use GIS software during and after the training; for the effective use of the GIS software, for monitoring and implementation of project activities at LGA, state, and community levels
At the end of the training, it will be expected that participants will be familiar with key concepts and techniques in GIS, with an emphasis on developing basic software operating skills (ESRI ArcGIS version 10.1 desktop), as well as the application of GIS skills to disease epidemiology, disease patterns in space and time, planning and evaluation of disease control programmes and Geo-spatial data mapping, geo-visualization and data interpretation.
To be eligible for consideration, interested organizations must provide the following details:
(1) A training proposal with details of the training curriculum and schedule of training;
(2) A budget proposal for the training course. This should contain a budget narrative to provide explanation of each budget item and the reasonableness of the costs;
(3) Profile of the organization, including organization’s certificate of incorporation, physical address, and contacts (telephone, facsimile and email);
(4) Evidence of organization’s experience and involvement in similar training, as well as documented history of delivering related services in Nigeria. Evidence should include previous evaluation programmes with details on the funding agencies and the period of execution. Experience in TB and TB/HIV programs will be an added advantage;
(5) Evidence of the availability of qualified personnel that will carry out the training (provide CV of training faculty);
(6) Evidence of tax payment for the past 3 consecutive years;
(7) Evidence of VAT registration and proof of remittances and/or tax exemption certificate;
(8) Evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and compliance with the payment of contributions to CAC based on the relevant act.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS/CLOSING DATE
The reference codes Evaluation/ARFH/M&E Training-2016 (for proposal for Evaluation for Development Programme (Short Course) Funded by Donor Agencies) or GIS/ARFH/M&E Training-2016 (for proposal for The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Disease Control Programmes), should be boldly written on the respective proposal envelope, properly sealed and clearly marked on the top right hand corner. Kindly send any request for clarification to: email@example.com
These documents should be hand-delivered or sent by courier to the office of:
Head, Monitoring & Evaluation, Association for Reproductive and Family Health,
Millennium Builders Plaza, 1st Floor, Block C, Plot 251, Cadastral Zone
Herbert Macaulay Way, Opposite NNPC Towers
Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria
Note: Submission must be delivered to the above address not later than – 31st May, 2016. No submission will be accepted after the closing date.