MOBIL PRODUCING NIGERIA UNLIMITED (MPN)
AN EXXONMOBIL SUBSIDIARY
OPERATOR OF THE NNPC/MPN JOINT VENTURE
PROVISION OF ONSHORE CONSTRUCTION / INSTALLATION SERVICES FOR ONSHORE PROGRAM CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION CONTRACT (OPCIC)
NIPEX TENDER NUMBER: MPN 00000144
Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN) operator of the NNPC/MPN Joint Venture (JV) plans to award multiple contracts to the lowest technically qualified bidders, in a ratio inversely proportional to their total evaluated commercial bids, for the provision of Onshore Construction/Installation Services for the Onshore Program Construction and Installation Contracts (OPCIC) in her joint venture concession areas onshore the Qua Iboe Terminal (QIT), Eket locations Akwa Ibom State, Bonny River Terminal (BRT),and Onne Rivers State Nigeria. Anticipated contract term is four (4) years with an additional one (1) year option period. Contract commencement is expected in the fourth (4th) quarter of 2019.
2.0 SCOPE OF WORK
Tenderer(s) will be required to provide the following services for the purpose of executing projects under the OPCIC I program at various Company locations :
l Onshore Production Facilities (QIT & BRT NGL) – Manifolds, Flares, Skids, Pipelines, Process Piping, Pressure vessels, Firewater Facilities, Process Units (separators, heat exchangers, compressors, depurators, fractionating columns, Nitrogen generators, etc), Utility tanks, Instrument and Electrical upgrades
l Civil & Structural Works – Helipads, Runways, Jetties, Shore Protection, Roads, Drainages, Dikes, Fencing, Watch-tower construction, Buildings, etc.
3.0 NIGERIAN CONTENT
Company is committed to the development of the Nigerian Oil and Gas business in compliance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 (NOGICD Act) enacted by the Federal Government of Nigeria in April 2010.
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 to the Act and any other targets as may be directed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).
MPNU requires their Contractors to comply with the Act, its attached Schedule and any applicable regulation developed by the NCDMB.
Nigerian Content (NC) in the Nigerian oil and gas industry is defined as:
“The quantum of composite value added to or created in the Nigerian economy by a systematic development of capacity and capabilities through the deliberate utilization of Nigerian human, material resources and services in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.”
“Nigerian company” is a company registered in Nigeria in accordance with the provisions of Companies and Allied Matters Act with not less than 51% equity shares by Nigerians.
Tenderers shall consider Nigerian content as an important element of their overall project development and management philosophy for project execution.
l Tender is open to ONLY Nigerian Indigenous service companies pre-qualified under NIPEX NJQS vendor code 4.06.01 category who meet the provisions for Nigerian registered entities with equity shareholding of minimum 51% Nigerian shares, consistent with the definition of Nigerian company in the NOGICD Act 2010
In the course of tendering and as part of their submissions, tenderers shall be requested to:
l Provide a description of its committed infrastructure (asset, equipment, technical office, and administrative space, storage, workshop, assembly area, repair, and maintenance, testing, laboratory, etc.) in Nigeria (offices, equipment etc.) to support this contract, evidence that a minimum of 50% of all equipment deployed to work by multinational and international companies are owned by the Nigerian
l Demonstrate that its entity is a Nigerian registered company, defined as a company registered in Nigeria in accordance with the provision of Company and Allied Matters Act. Provide details of its Ownership Structure. Submit certified true copies of CAC form (C02 and C07) including Memorandum and Article of Association. For Nigerian company in alliance with a foreign company or multinational, submit evidence of binding agreement of the alliance duly signed by the CEO’s of both parties
l Submit a plan on how it intends to give first consideration to goods and services provided from within Nigeria, to meet the NC targets set for the program in line with the requirements of the Act.