Nigerian Petroleum Development Company Limited has a work programme to drill, test, complete and (possible) work over of some wells in the Swamp fields. The estimated duration for the drilling campaign is two (2) years, with an option to renew for a further one (1) year.
Anticipated work window is July 2013- June 2015. However existing rigs undergoing enhancement upgrade and also able to meet the commencement window may be considered.
Scope of Work:
The scope of work comprises provision of one (1) 10K Heavy Duty swamp Drilling Rig, support services for drilling & completion Operations and well testing. The minimum technical requirements and specifications for the rig shall be as follows:
Planned Commencement date: July - October 2013
- Depth rating of 20:000 ft with 5" Drill Pipe.
- Draw works capacity (Maximum input Power) of 2000 HP (1500 KW) plus SCR.
- Rig must be able to skid (cluster wells)
- Three (3) triplex mud pumps of 1600 hp each.
- Hook load capacity of 1,300,000 Ibs)
- Accommodation for one hundred and twenty (120) persons minimum,
- Varco TDS-3 Top Drive or equivalent (Minimum Continuous output torque of 40,000 ft-lbs. 500T, 5000psi working pressure
- Well control equipment rated to 10,000psi working pressure
- WITS data for rig instrumentations
- Sewage treatment system (Red Fox for 150 persons)
- Equipped, managed and operated to NPDC’s/DPR standards for Health, Safety and Environment, and equipped for total waste containment and to skip and ship drilled cuttings.
- Rig must be capable of handling and containment of pseudo oil base mud (A minimum of 3,000 bbls of liquid mud storage).
- Compliance with DPR 1997 zero discharge for hazardous waste as per Environmental Guidelines and Standards and ISO 14001 standards.
- Rig must be CFC-free compliant (CEO and Halons are not acceptable; recommended refrigerants are R134a, R407A and R407C).
- Contractor must be registered with the IADC
- Rigs older than Ten (10) years must have proof of having undergone recent life enhancement upgrades.
- Tenderer must currently have a functional rig-operating base in Nigeria and must have provided rig hire services in the past two (2) years.
To qualify for consideration and in line with the Nigerian Content Development policy, interested, suitable and reputable companies or consortia (which may comprise both Original Equipment Manufacturers/suitable Multinationals and Nigerian indigenous service providers) are required to submit the following documents. Failure to submit any of the under-listed documents for each member in the case of consortia may result in the disqualification of the individual member and entire consortium.
Only Drilling Contractors/companies that fulfill the above requirements and also pass the pre-qualification evaluation exercise shall be invited to competitively tender for the provision of the rig.
Nigerian Content Development
- Full details of Company profiles, including details of ownership of each alliance member if Contractor is a consortium or alliance.
- For a tendering consortium or alliance, evidence of legally binding agreements between members of the consortium, providing detailed listing of the specific set(s) of services that each member of the consortium will be primarily responsible for or assigned within the overall tender work scope.
- Copy of Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) registration certificate in relevant area.
- Evidence of registration into the Nipex Joint Qualification System (JQS)
- Documentary evidence of incorporation as limited liability Company in appropriate jurisdiction as well as evidence of registration to conduct business in Nigeria.
- Current income tax clearance certificate.
- Evidence of financial capability, Company’s financial details and audited accounts over the last three (3) years (audited accounts report shall be from a registered accounting firm),
- Organisation structure, available manpower with a list of key professional staff with their CV. CVs shall be those of key personnel that would work on this project and who are key to the successful execution of the work, detailing educational and experience level and industry certification attained.
- Provide in detail Company’s Health, Safety, Environment & Security policy and management systems, including evidence of any internationally recognised accreditation (e.g ISO 14001).
- Provide Security and Community relations’ management proposal, giving in detail how your Company has successfully handled security and community related issues in the past and propose to do so for the said project.
- Details of company QA/QC programme, including evidence of any internationally recognised accreditation (e.g. ISO 9000).
- Full details and technical specification of the rig(s) proposed with full inventory of both fixed and mobile equipment available for the performance of the services. This specification must include all current third party inspection reports/certificate as required for safe and legal operations, and required by Regulatory or Oil Industry Standards (e.g. Bureau VERITAS, Lloyds, etc.): together with copies of relevant insurance certificates for the proposed rig(s).
- Evidence of past relevant experience and successful performance in the provision of similar services.
- Evidence of ownership of proposed rig(s) or rig(s) availability guarantee(s).
- Contractor’s current IADC certificate,
- Any additional information that may enhance the potential of the company.
Pursuant to NPDC and Federal Government Policy to provide opportunities for Nigerian contractors and the development of local expertise, all the applicants must comply fully with the Federal Government preference to Nigerian based companies or foreign companies with Nigerian affiliate, which demonstrate willingness to execute the project to the satisfaction of the Nigerian Content requirements and guidelines. Each applicant is enjoined to avail themselves of the Federal Government Directives on Nigerian content for full compliance.
Nigerian Petroleum Development Company on behalf of the Joint Venture partners is committed to fully comply with the Federal Government directives on Nigerian Content. In maximizing the local content of this project, pre-qualifiers are requested 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. Plans to include:
Specifically the Contractor shall:
Non-compliance with Nigerian Content is a Fatal Flaw.
Submission of Pre-qualified Package
- Provide full details of company profile and ownership, specifically “Form 002” and “Form C07” of the Corporate Affairs Commission.
- Furnish company NC policy/strategy. Demonstrate awareness of legislative & regulatory provisions as it concerns Nigerian content.
- Provide details of Company’s Nigerian Content manager (if any) with appropriate experience, qualifications, clear responsibilities & targets.
- Provide evidence of partnerships with Nigerian companies (For companies not resident in Nigeria).
- Make 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 (For companies not resident in Nigeria).
- Provide evidence of an existing/established presence in Nigeria or plans to establish a presence.
- Provide location(s) of Project Management team and Procurement centre for the subject project
- Identify Nigerian scope of work as a percentage of the total work scope.
- Training plan for Nigerians
Two (2) sets of the pre-qualification documents tendered by respondents shall be submitted and shall be sealed and marked: “Confidential: Pre-Qualification Submissions: - Hire Of Heavy Duty Swamp Drilling Rig”
In addition to the hard copies, one electronic (CD ROM) copy of the pre-qualification submissions shall also be submitted.
Each set of the Pre-qualification package submitted should be addressed to:
The Secretary to Management Tender Committee (MTC)
Ref: OP/DRI/TD/1111/0184D – NPDC Hire of One (1) 2000 HP 10,000psi
Heavy Duty Swamp Drilling Rig
(Attention: Secretary NPDC MTC Board)
Nigerian Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited,
62/64 Sapele Road,
Benin City, Delta State, Nigeria.
The marked and sealed documents can be physically submitted to The Secretary, NPDC Management Tender Committee (MTC), Nigerian Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria, 62/64 Sapele Road, Benin City, to be received 10th January, 2012.
Incorrectly addressed or labelled 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.
Registration into the NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) is a pre-condition in the Prequalification process. Bidders are required to provide evidence of their registration in NJQS.
- Notwithstanding the submission of the pre-qualification information, NPDC is neither committed nor obliged to include your company on any bid list or to award any form of contract to your company and/or associated companies, sub-contractors or agents.
- Only short-listed companies (or with affiliates) having similar past experience shall be invited for tendering
- NPDC 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 and any subsequent request for information shall be to respondent’s account.
This advertisement of “Invitation to Tender” shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of NPDC, nor shill it entitle companies to make claims whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from NPDC and/or any of Its partners by virtue of such companies having responded to this advertisement.