CHEVRON NIGERIA LIMITED
Operator of the NNPC/Chevron Joint Venture
PROVISION OF DRILLING WASTE MANAGEMENT TREATMENT SERVICES (DRILL CUTTINGS AND LIQUID WASTE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL) TO SUPPORT OFFSHORE DRILLING AND COMPLETION OPERATIONS
NipeX Tender No: CNL 00000155
Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), operator of the National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/CNL Joint Venture, invites interested and prequalified companies for this tender opportunity for the provision of Waste Management Treatment Services for its 2018 – 2020 drilling and completion program to support offshore drilling and completion operations.
The contract is proposed to span a period of two (2) years with a possible optional term of one (1) year duration.
SCOPE OF WORK
Interested bidder must be able to provide the following as required for Offshore Waste Management Service (Drill cuttings and liquid Waste Treatment and Disposal):
Treatment and final disposal of NAF and/or WBM cutting (treated or untreated) and liquid wastes which may be generated during Drilling operations at COMPANY’S Offshore Rig Sites or thermal processing facilities as and when required by CNL. Bidder will at all times strictly comply with all DPR Environmental Guidelines and Standards for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria (EGASPIN) revised edition 2002 (or latest edition) and CNL’s Environmental Policies.
Initial treatment of drill cuttings may include thermal desorption, bioremediation or other DPR approved method prior to final disposal.
Final disposal, the method of which will be approved by CNL; this may include cutting slurrification and Re-injection, engineered land fill, beneficial re-use, etc.
An auditable tracking system approved by CNL for all cuttings and other drilling waste throughout collection and storage, during drilled cutting collection and prior to shipping for processing and disposal phases. Such data will be provided in a timely manner to CNL and government agencies including, but not limited to, DPR and FMENV.
A detailed list of equipment to accomplish task.(Including Tugboats, Covered Countersunk barges and Flat barges).
A detailed list of spare parts for proposed equipment in-country and/or a written guarantee that spare parts not in country will be available within one (1) calendar month of contract award.
Spare parts and consumables in locations designated by CNL for Joint Venture Operations in Nigeria and such parts will be maintained within minimum and maximum levels as approved by CNL.
MANDATORY TENDER REQUIREMENTS
A. To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested bidders are required to be pre-qualified in the NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database Category 3.15.07 (Waste Management Service). All successfully pre-qualified bidders in this category by the bid close date will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
B. To determine if an intended bidder is pre-qualified and in order to view the product/services category that such bidder is listed for: Open http://vendors.nipexjqs.com and access NJQS with your company login details. Click on Product/Services Status tab to view your status and product codes.
C. If you are not listed in Product/Service category and you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 8-10 Bayo Kuku Street Ikoyi Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence of verification and necessary update.
D. To initiate the complete NJQS pre-qualification process, access www.nipex-ng.com. Click on services tab followed by NJQS registration.
E. To be eligible, all tender must comply with the Nigerian Content requirements in the NipeX system.
NIGERIAN CONTENT REQUIREMENTS
CNL is committed to the development of the Nigerian Oil and Gas business in accordance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 (NOGICD Act) enacted by the Federal Government of Nigeria in April 2010.
Pursuant to enactment of the NOGICD 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 target as may be directed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).
Interested bidders shall comply with the provisions of the NOGICD Act and all applicable regulations. Bidders that do not meet the Nigerian Content criterion will not be allowed to participate in next stage of the tender stage.
The following are the Nigerian Content requirements, bidders are expected to comply with in their technical bid submission.
• Demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian Indigenous Company, or Nigerian Registered company or Nigerian Registered Company in genuine alliance or joint venture with foreign company with details on the scope of the alliance or joint venture and responsibilities of parties for this work. Such companies must show evidence of joint venture binding agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies including evidence or plans of physical operational presence and set-up in Nigeria.
• Furnish details of company ownership and shareholding structure. Also submit clear photocopies of your CAC Forms CAC2 and CAC7.
• Provide evidence of the percentage of 1) key management positions that are held by Nigerians and 2) total work force that are Nigerians. Also, show overall percentage of work to be performed by Nigerian resources relative to total work volume.
• Provide a Nigerian Content Plan with detailed description of the role, work scope, man-hours and responsibilities of all Nigerians companies and personnel that would be involved in executing the work. Also provide details of Nigerians Content contract or manger.
• State proposed total scope of the work to be conducted by Nigerians personnel (whether contracted directly or under subcontract agreements) with names and addresses including evidences of well-equipped offices and workshop; attach past experience of such patronage.
• Specific to this project, provide detailed plan for staff training and development on engineering, project management and procurement (including all software to be used, number of personnel, name of organization providing such training and evidence of past training record) for Nigerian Personnel. Including description of any specific programs in place for transfer of technology and skills to indigenous businesses and Nigerians over the next five (5) years.
• Provide evidence of domiciliation of project management and procurement centers in Nigeria with physical addresses (not P.O.Box).
• Location of in-country facilities, (equipment, storage, workshops, repair and maintenance facilities and, testing facilities).
• Contractors must be willing and able to provide evidence of maximization of made in Nigeria goods and services.
• Provide details on any other Nigerian Content initiative your company is involved in.
• Provide evidence of any Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Oil and Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) registered trainer to conduct classroom module of training and on the job attachment.
• Provide human capacity building development plan including budget which must be a minimum 10% of project man-hours or 3% of cost. Training must be targeted at developing capacity other than bidder’s personnel. Trainees will be nominated from a database maintained by NCDMB and the services of OGTAN registered trainers utilized to cover classroom modules.
• Provide details of equipment ownership.
• Bidders (Vendors, Original Equipment Manufacturers –OEMs, and EPC Contractors) are required to present Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) issued by Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (or evidence of application for the certificate) in respect of any components, spares, equipment, systems and packages to be used in the proposed project under tender.
• All bidders for a project/contract/service with a completion period of 12 months or more are required to submit as part of Nigerian Content requirement, a signed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between it and one of the research and development (R&D) clusters established by the NCDBM. The MOA shall be relevant to the project and shall indicate how the bidder intends to use the relevant R&D clusters during the project execution.
Only bidders who are pre-qualified with NJQS Product Code 3.15.07 (Waste Management Services) by 16:00 hours, July 7, 2018, being the advert close date shall be invited to submit technical bid.
1. Intending bidders eligible for this tender opportunity are expected to be prequalified in NJQS under the above product/service categories.
2. The Invitation to Tender (ITT) and any further progression of this tender shall be via NipeX.
3. All costs incurred by interested bidders in preparing and processing NJQS prequalification shall be solely for the interested bidders’ accounts.
4. This advertisement shall neither be construed as any form of commitment on the part of Chevron Nigerian Limited to award any contract to any company and or associated companies, sub-contractors or agents, nor shall it entitle prequalified companies to make any claims whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from Chevron Nigeria Limited and or any of its partners by virtue of such companies having been prequalified in NJQS.
5. The tendering process shall be the NNPC contracting process requiring pre-qualified companies to submit technical tenders first. Following a technical review, only technically and financially qualified bidders will be requested to submit commercial tenders.
6. Chevron Nigeria Limited will communicate only with authorized officers of the pre-qualifying companies and NOT through individuals or Agents.
Please visit NipeX portal at www.nipex-ng.com for this advert and other information.
Chevron Nigeria Limited, 2 Chevron Drive, Lekki Peninsula,
P.M.B. 12825, Lagos.
NCDMB CERTIFICATION NUMBER: ADVERT/TSD/110418