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Tender Opportunity For Provision Of Clearing And Forwarding Services, Import And Export

Chevron Nigeria Limited (Company) invites interested and prequalified companies for this tender opportunity for the Provision of clearing and forwarding services, import and exports of Company goods, air and sea freighting; and packaging and removal of Cargo. The proposed contract term is 2 (two) years with an option of 1 (one) year extension.
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Provision of Coil Tubing Services

NipeX Tender Ref. No: 0700040

Pan Ocean Oil Corporation (Nigeria) Limited (hereinafter referred to as Pan Ocean), Operator of NNPC/Pan Ocean Joint Venture in OML-98, located onshore in Edo and Delta States, requires the services of competent and qualified contractor with suitable Equipment and relevant experience for provision of the Coil Tubing Services for Completion & Work over Operations. Please access the document here.

Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited requires a Consultancy Support For Oil Spill/Remediation Services

SPDC has announced  its  interest to engage  the services of competent and experienced contractors in the area of Oil Spill and Remediation Services. This contract, with TENDER REF: NG01018544; NIPEX REF 0200349 is on a call off basis, which means that the contract specifies terms, conditions and prices with the service providers for Shell’s onshore operating units located in Nigeria.

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TOTAL Needs Production Operating Manuals For The Egina FPSO at OML 130 (Deepwater)

Opportunity is open for interested and reputable Contractors with suitable equipment and relevant experience to tender for the Provision of Production Operating Manuals for the EGINA FPSO. This tender, with NipeX Tender Ref. No: 2500203, closes at 16:00 Hours (Nigerian Time) on Thursday 8th January 2015.

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Addax Petroleum has a tender opportunity for the Provision of Onshore/Offshore Rig Support Services at OML 124(Onshore), OML-123 (Offshore) and OML126/137 [Offshore] facilities

Interested and pre-qualified contractors are invited to respond to this tender opportunity for the above Onshore/Offshore rig services. The contract is scheduled to commence in Q2, 2015 and continue for a duration of two (2) years with Addax Petroleum having the sole option to extend the duration for a further period of one (1) year. At least three (3) awards are intended from each of the tenders and the contract ceiling to be split 40%:35%:25%.

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Mozambique to contract a consulting firm to evaluate natural gas sales

The government of Mozambique has launched an International public tender to contract a consulting firm to evaluate the potential of natural gas sale in domestic and regional markets.
The announcement is published by Ministry of Mineral Resources. Interested parties should submit their proposal by noon of October 8, 2014.

Bids Come In For Cairo’s 2,000MW Gasfired Plant

By Fred Akanni
Thirteen companies have submitted applications to bid for the civil works of the 1,950 MW Southern Helwan power station project in Giza, in the Cairo Governorate, in Egypt.  Project owner is Upper Egypt Electricity Production Co (UEEPC ), a subsidiary of the Egypt Electricity Holding Company. The contractors include Orascom Egypt, Archirodon of Greece, Arab Contractors, Project, Misr Concrete, Ipex of China & the Saudi Bin Laden Group.

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Shortlist of Bidders for Lead Investor/Operator of Uganda’s Oil Refinery

Government of Uganda Announces the Shortlist of Bidders to receive the RFP for Lead Investor/Operator in Country’s First Oil Refinery

KAMPALA, Uganda, 16 December 2013 – The Government of Uganda (GOU) today announced the second phase of the public tender for Lead Investor/Operator for the development, implementation and operation of 60,000 barrels per day (BPD) oil refinery and related downstream infrastructure. The Request for Qualification (RFQ), which launched on October 8, 2013, attracted responses from seventy-five firms. Eight consortia submitted detailed Statements of Qualifications, and six were short-listed to receive the Request for Proposals (RFP). One of these firms/consortia will be selected during the first half of 2014 to lead the Uganda Refinery Project.

Mr. F.A Kabagambe-Kaliisa, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development (MEMD), said: “We have been very pleased with the significant interest in Uganda’s Refinery Project. The interest in the Project RFQ clearly demonstrates that the international community sees real economic and energy opportunities within Uganda’s borders and the broader region.”

The six consortia that have qualified include large, multi-national firms. The short-listed firms are:

  • Consortium led by China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau;
  • Marubeni Corporation;
  • Consortium led by Petrofac;
  • Consortium led by RT – Global Resources;
  • Consortium led by SK Energy; and
  • Consortium led by Vitol.

These six firms and consortia now enter the next phase of the selection process in which they will be issued an RFP, expected to be released over the next 30 days. They will then be asked to submit a full proposal for the financing, development and operation of the Uganda Refinery Project.

Eng. Minister, Irene Muloni (MP), Minister of Energy & Mineral Development (MEMD), said: “As we move forward to identify a final partner in this Project, we remain committed to an open and transparent process. We look forward to working with our final partner to develop this Refinery and further unlock Uganda’s vast energy resources.”

As the final partner is identified, the GOU has been working to lawfully acquire the land needed for the 29 sq. km refinery site in Hoima district. Throughout this process, the GOU has strictly adhered to the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) framework designed to ensure stakeholders are appropriately consulted and compensated with regard to land acquisition for the Project. The land will house the refinery itself, as well as auxiliary facilities and industries that may be developed in the future. The GOU has also commenced payments to affected persons for their land and property in the area for the refinery development.

The Refinery Project will help meet Uganda’s growing needs for energy and petroleum products, as well as improve the country’s energy security by reducing the need to import petroleum products. The Project will also contribute to economic gains for Ugandans as the construction of the refinery alone is estimated to create 4,000 to 6,000 temporary jobs. Once complete, ongoing refinery operations are expected to create more than 650 permanent jobs, most of which will be held by Ugandans.

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