It is required that the Applicant shall not subcontract the whole of the service.
ENINA will evaluate the above requested documentation and, if satisfied, as a result of its careful evaluation, will include the applicant in its Vendor List in order to consider your company for future tender processes regarding the subject activities.
Only qualified companies or consortia or JV that have proven capability and recent experience of supplying the above required services for onshore drilling activities will be considered for potential tenders for the scope of service described above.
The purpose of the information and documents request is to start a “pre-qualification assessment” and to give an opportunity to the selected companies to provide details of its legal structure, its management, its experience, its resources and overall capability to perform the service.
ENINA must satisfy itself that each of the final selected companies have the resources, management and all the capability to act as a single legal entity (company) in order to achieve the required targets of quality, HSE, standards and programme.
All responses are to be supported by such narrative, organisation charts, resource charts and other information which the company considers necessary to substantiate the individual responses and provide ENINA with the required confidence in the company’s capabilities and experiences.
This enquiry shall not be considered an invitation to bid and therefore it does not represent or constitute any promise, obligation or commitment of any kind on the part of ENINA, to enter into any agreement or arrangement with you or with any company participating in this pre-enquiry
Consequently, all data and information provided by you shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of ENINA, to enter into any agreement or arrangement with you, nor shall they entitle your company to claim any indemnity from ENINA.
All data and information provided pursuant to this enquiry will be treated as strictly confidential and will not be disclosed or communicated to non-authorized persons or companies except
If interested and without any obligation on our part, you are kindly requested to:
Submit the whole documentation requested herein;
Confirm your authorization for a “qualification assessment” which, if necessary, will be conducted by ENINA representative and which might also require a visit to your premises;
Advise the estimated workload (maximum, busy and available) for the period 2013-2016.
Documentation shall be saved in Acrobat “.pdf” format and sent via e-mail attachments or by courier mail / or hand delivered, with the inclusion of a CD ROM, at the below address and email:
Eni North Africa B.V. Libyan Branch
Contract & Procurement Department
Ibn Hani Street – Dahra
P.O. Box 12132
Tripoli – Libya.
The closing date for the submission of the above mentioned documentation is fixed to 26/05/2013 at noon (Libyan time).
You are also requested to confirm reviewing the eni “Code of Ethics” (see eni website: www.eni.com) also review its contents, most notably Section II.4 ““Relations with customers and suppliers” thereof.
Your company shall undertake, also in the name of its own employees and officers, to strictly comply with the principles stated in the “Code of Ethics” in all contractual relationships, present and/or future, between the Company/Firm he/she represents and eni north africa.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM means processes and procedures to ensure that environmental issues are properly managed and all legal requirements are met.
HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICIES
Any business employing five or more people has, by law, to prepare and bring to the attention of employees a written health and safety policy statement.
A health and safety policy usually consists of three distinct sections namely:
GENERAL POLICY STATEMENT – a short statement outlining the organization’s commitment to health and safety, signed and dated by the senior organization official (for example, the managing director).
ORGANIZATION – how the organization addresses health and safety; lines of communication between managers and staff; and any specific duties/responsibilities assigned within the organization - this should be relatively straightforward for smaller organizations.
ARRANGEMENTS – the systems and procedures in place for ensuring employees’ health and safety at work
(Source: National Oil Corporation)