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The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited Operator of the NNPC/SHELL/TOTAL/NAOC Joint Venture TENDER

The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited Operator of the NNPC/SHELL/TOTAL/NAOC Joint Venture

Operator of the NNPC/SHELL/TOTAL/NAOC Joint Venture TENDER NUMBER: NG01003306 INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION:

TENDER NUMBER: NG01003306 INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION: PROVISION OF WELLHEAD MAINTAINANCE SERVICES

Introduction and Project Outline

The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) in its role as the operator of the NNPC/SHELL/TOTAL/NAOC Joint Venture, on behalf of its Joint Venture partners hereby invites reputable Companies (DPR registered and licensed) to apply to be considered for pre-qualification selection into the bid list for the Provision of Wellhead Maintenance Services.

Description of Work/Service:

The work consists of two modules; (A) Provision of Wellhead Maintenance Services for Conventional Wells and (B) Provision of Wellhead Maintenance Services for Gas Wells. Contract award will be along the separate work Modules. Interested Companies may submit application to be considered for either or both work modules. Companies interested in submitting application for Module 2 must be Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or be certified agents of OEMS.

The contract is being projected to be for a period of two (2) years with an option to extend for another 1 year.

Planned Commencement date: Q3 2009

Pre-qualification

To qualify for consideration, interested Nigerian based companies with proven experience in Wellhead Maintenance , Services are to submit notice of intent to pre-qualify in the tender exercise, which shall be accompanied with the following documents in the format below:

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Minimum Requirements

A. General Company Profile

- Company Registration Certificate with CAC

- Full details of Company profiles, including details of ownership

- Tax Clearance Certificate for the last 3 years

- DPR Permit/Licence to engage in Wellhead Maintenance Services Business in Nigeria (Evidence of payment is not acceptable)

- Evidence of registration in NIPeX.

- Name and address of Company including telephone, emails, faxes etc

- Name and address of Company Representative who shall be responsible for all correspondences.

B. Financial Capacity

- Company’s audited financial reports and funding information over the last three (3) years; audited financial reports shall be from a registered accounting firm evidenced by the presence of the ICAN PPS stamp on the certificate.

- Evidence of credit capacity or access to additional funding from a reputable commercial bank.

C. Technical Capability

- Ownership of ISO Certified facility for Servicing and testing Wellhead Equipment in Nigeria.

- Evidence that Contractor is a certified agent or accredited representative of an API 6A certified Wellhead & Xmas tree manufacturer.

- Where Contractor does not own facilities, Contractor to provide subsisting lease/rent agreement to cover for the period of the contract/work scope.

- List and CVs of key technical staff and organizational structure showing personnel with Well Intervention pressure Control (WIPC) certification

Section

Minimum Requirements

 

- Relevant and verifiable work experience in the Maintenance of Wellhead Equipment, Accessories Contractor to provide work orders, signed completion certificates from client operation companies).

D HSE

- Evidence of HSE commitment through leadership.

- HSE Policy documents & Objectives

- Evidence of HSE management system in place eg training, meetings etc

- Hazards and effects management systems

- HSE Planning and Procedures e.g. Road safety management, equipment control and maintenance

- HSE implementation and performance monitoring system

- HSE audit and review processes

- Membership of relevant HSE bodies/associations.

QA/QC

- Evidence of QA/QC commitment through leadership.

- QA/QC Policy documents & Objectives

- Evidence of QA/QC management system in place eg training, meetings etc

- Hazards and effects management systems

- QA/QC Planning and Procedures, equipment control and maintenance

- QA/QC implementation and performance monitoring system

- QA/QC audit and review processes

- Membership of relevant QA/QC bodies/associations.

E. Nigerian Content Development

- Nigerian Content Policy

- Is there evidence of Local sourcing of materials and services where possible?.

 

- Does the Workforce show at least 50% Nigerians at Mgmt and Tech level?

- Did the CV's of the key personnel reflect at least 70% local content?.

- Organizational Structure.

- Training and manpower development plan for Nigerian personnel

- Location and address of procurement coordination activities in Nigeria.

NIGERIAN CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

Shell Petroleum Development Company on behalf of the Joint Venture partners is committed to fully comply with the Federal Government directives on Nigerian Content to provide opportunities for Nigerian contractors and the development of local expertise. Pursuant to the above, preference shall be given to Nigerian based companies or foreign companies with Nigerian affiliate, which demonstrate willingness to execute the works/services to the satisfaction of the Nigerian Content requirements and guidelines. All respondents to this advertisement are enjoined to avail themselves of the Federal Government Directives on Nigerian content and ensure full compliance as non compliance shall be deemed as “FATAL FLAW”.

Companies responding to this advert are required to give full details of their strategy for the local content implementation in order to comply fully with the Federal Government directives on Nigerian Content. Specifically, all respondents shall:

Furnish evidence of owning facilities in Nigeria where the works/services will be carried out.

Furnish details of company incorporation in Nigeria. Details should include Nigerians versus Foreign share holding and be supported with CAC forms CO2 and C07

Furnish company NC policy/strategy. Demonstrate awareness of legislative & regulatory provisions as it concerns Nigerian content.

Provide details of the Company’s Nigerian Content manager (if any) with appropriate experience, qualifications, clear responsibilities & targets.

Provide evidence of partnerships with foreign or multinational companies (For companies in partnership).

Provide evidence of commitment to transfer technology, employment generation and competence development.

Provide evidence of an understanding of the local business environment & existing relationships with Nigerian enterprises & suppliers.

Provide evidence of success in nurturing Nigerian Content on previous projects.

Make available existing initiatives to develop Nigerian companies.

Provide evidence of an existing/established presence in Nigeria.

Provide location(s) of Project Management team and Procurement centre for the subject project

Provide location(s) of fabrication & construction works for subject works/services

Provide list of materials that will be sourced locally and percentage to overall materials to be purchased for the project. For the purpose of this contract, all sound proof provisions for the generators must be carried out in Nigeria.

Identify Nigerian scope of work as a percentage of the total work scope.

Provide training plan for Nigerians

Pre-qualification Package

Interested, reputable Contractors/Companies can download the pre-qualification Package from the NIPEX website at www.nipexng.com.

Suppliers are expected to have attained the “Published” status in the NJQS database to be eligible for this exercise. Application forms are available at www.nipexng.com. Submission of Pre-qualification Documents Three (3) sets of the pre-qualification documentation package(s) shall be submitted. The packages which shall be enveloped, sealed and marked:

“Confidential – NG01003306- INVITATION TO PRE-QUALIFY PACKAGE FOR THE PROVISION OF WELLHEAD MAINTENANCE SERVICES” should be addressed to:

The Tender Board Secretary Ref: NG01003306- INVITATION TO PRE-QUALIFY PACKAGE FOR THE PROVISION OF WELLHEAD MAINTENANCE SERVICES Attention: EPF-G-PSSCB Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited, Rumuomasi Port Harcourt POBox 263 Port Harcourt. Rivers State.

The marked and sealed envelopes shall be submitted to The Tender Board Secretary, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited, Rumuomasi Port Harcourt not later than 1400 hours on the closing date for Tender’s submission (3 weeks effective from date of publication).

Incorrectly addressed or labeled submissions, and those received after the specified date and time shall be rejected.

In all correspondence, please quote the Tender reference and title shown above.

A valid DPR certificate/ permit and registration into the NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) are pre-conditions in the Pre-qualification process. Bidders are required to provide evidence of their registration in NJQS. Tenders without valid DPR certificate/permits will not be processed.

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submitted.

Please note:

In addition to the hard copies, one electronic (CD ROM) copy of the pre-qualification documents shall also be

Notwithstanding the submission of pre-qualification documents, SPDC is neither committed nor obliged to include any company on any bid list or to award any form of contract to your Company and/or associated companies, sub-contractors or agents.

Companies are to submit their tender documents strictly in the format given above.

Only short-listed companies having similar past experience shall be invited for technical tendering

SPDC will not enter into correspondence with any company or individual on why a company was short-listed or not short-listed

All costs incurred by respondents as a result of this pre-qualification invitation and any subsequent request for information shall be to respondent’s account.

SPDC/NAPIMS/NCD may carry out an inspection of your facilities before a contract is put in place.

Disclaimer This advertisement of “invitation to tender” shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of NNPC/SPDC, nor shall it entitle companies to make claims whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from NNPC/SPDC and/or any of its partners by virtue of such companies having responded to this advertisement.