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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 Dear Sir, TENDER NO. 7200013870 PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT LETTER OF INVITATION TO TENDER AWARD CRITERIA – LOWEST BIDDER You are hereby invited to tender for the subject SERVICES. This Invitation to Tender shall neither be construed as a proposal to enter into a Contract nor as a public offer. This "Letter of Invitation to Tender" and the acknowledgement of receipt of any submitted Tender shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as COMPANY), nor shall they entitle TENDERERS to claim any indemnity from COMPANY. TENDERERS are asked to note particularly the "Instructions to Tenderers" as well as the following points. 1) TENDER CLOSING DATE Irrespective of the means of delivery, the closing time for the receipt of Tenders will be on or before 12.30 pm on 24th October 2016. Tenders can be submitted before the closing day, but this should be done on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday before the closing date. Tender documents submitted on any other day besides the aforementioned days shall be rejected. Tender are to be addressed to and returned to the Deputy Procurement Division Manager’s office Extension (Gate 1) in Port Harcourt, Rivers State at the address defined in Item 3 hereafter and in accordance with the instructions hereto. Any tenders received thereafter shall be rejected, no matter the time and mode of delivery. 2)

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TENDER DOCUMENTS The Tender Documents comprise the following: 2.1 Letter of Invitation to Tender 2.2 Instructions to TENDERERS 2.3 Tender Requirements 2.4 Commercial Section * Letter of Award General Conditions for Supply (Already in your possession) * Special Conditions * Appendix "A" - Bill of Quantity (BOQ) * Appendix "B" - Contractor's Price List (N/A) 2.5 Technical Section * Appendix "C" - Scope of Work/Technical Specifications * Appendix "D" - List of Equipment and Personnel Appendix “E” - Milestones Appendix "F" - Quality and Execution Requirements Appendix“G”- HSE (IMS Procedure & HSE Requirement for Contractors – Doc No HSE-Div-C6-OPER-003 Rev.01 2.6 Certificates The Current and Valid Ministry of Petroleum Resources Accreditation Number * The Current Registration Certificate with the above Ministry. ADMINISTRATIVE BID REQUIREMENTS All Technical bids must be accompanied by the following administrative requirements: 3.1 Certificate of Incorporation 3.2 CAC Form C02 (indicating the Company Share Value, Capital Share Structure and Number of Shareholders)

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9

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CAC Form C07 (indicating the Company Board Members Names) Current and relevant DPR permit Prequalification Letter from NAOC Ltd. (if any). NIPEX Registration Certificate (if any). Recent Audited Accounts Report. Number of Registered Employees (Total No. of Employees _____) Fully filled declaration form in Contractor’s letter head confirming absence of any conflict of interest (using the attached format) and to be done in CONTRACTOR’s letter head

NOTE THAT NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ABOVE INSTRUCTION SHALL ATTRACT OUTRIGHT DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE BID EXERCISE. 4)

COMPANY'S ADDRESS Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited New Base, Mile 4, Ikwerre Road, P. O. Box 923, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 5) LANGUAGE OF TENDER The Tender and all accompanying documents shall be in the English Language. 6) CURRENCY OF TENDER All prices and rates shall be quoted in US DOLLARS ONLY 7) MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS Any Tender not complying with the following Specifications shall be rejected: 6.1 Acceptance of the CONTRACT terms and conditions 6.2 Acceptance of the terms of payments 6.3 Compliance with the Technical Specifications. 8) TENDER EVALUATION BY COMPANY The CONTRACT shall be awarded on the basis of the lowest Tender and technical capability consistent with COMPANY's operational requirements. 9) BREAKDOWN OF PRICES Tenderers shall give a detailed breakdown of each lump sum quotation i.e. the various components of each lump sum. 10) TENDER STRUCTURE Tenders shall consist of the following parts: PART I - GENERAL INFORMATION ON TENDERER TENDERER shall submit all necessary general information regarding the subject Tender (i.e technical write-up/list of executed jobs etc.). PART II - COMMERCIAL REQUIREMENTS TENDERER shall complete the necessary blank spaces of the Letter of Award, the Special Conditions of Contract and Appendix “A”-(Unit rates shall include cost of Transport for all materials and personnel to and from site including cost of messing and boarding of Contractor's staff). PART III - TECHNICAL/MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS Detailed description of SERVICES (unpriced) TENDERER shall submit a detailed description of his methods for the performance of the SERVICES and the proposed "list of Equipment and Personnel" which shall be attached to the Contract as Appendix "D".

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 Tenderers shall be required to submit a time schedule, QA/QC Procedures, Cognate experience list of executed works), Community Affairs, Safety, Health, Environment and Security (CASHES) Policy/Plan. 11) COMMENCEMENT DATE The Commencement date of the SERVICE shall be agreed during the Kick-off meeting to be organized by our PRODUCTION OPERATION DEPARTMENT immediately after award of contract.

INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS 1) PREAMBLE 1.1 Acceptance of Tenders shall be subject to sufficiency and completeness thereof. 1.2 Any Tenderer not complying with the COMPANY’s specifications mentioned in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender" or not including the required documents, information, statements shall be rejected. 1.3 The Contract entered into between COMPANY and the successful TENDERER shall be based on the Tender Documents. 2) RETURN OF TENDER DOCUMENTS All Tender Documents are and shall remain the sole property of COMPANY. Any TENDERER declining to tender shall return all Tender Documents to COMPANY. 3) TENDER STRUCTURE The structure of the Tender shall be as stated in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender". The Tender shall be submitted in a binder or file so that any part(s), section(s) or subsection(s) can be easily extracted. 4) QUERIES BY TENDERER 4.1 If TENDERER finds any discrepancy, ambiguity or conflict in any of the Tender Documents, TENDERER shall so inform COMPANY forthwith. 4.2 Communication during the Tender period shall be in writing only. Any queries relating to the Tender shall only be sent to the address and person/s stated in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender". 4.3 TENDERER shall not communicate with COMPANY after the submission of the Tender. All information issued by COMPANY to TENDERER shall be circulated to all TENDERERS, to the extent that such information is of interest to all TENDERERS. 5) QUERIES BY COMPANY COMPANY reserves the right to request TENDERER to provide such clarifications/information as COMPANY may deem necessary to evaluate the Tender. Any such clarification/information shall be provided in writing and/or during the Clarification Meetings. The Clarification/information provided in writing and/or the Minutes of the Clarification Meetings, signed by both Parties, shall form an integral part of the Tender Documents. 6) TENDERER SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS 6.1 Dispatch of the Tender TENDERER shall send to COMPANY: 6.1.a The Tender shall be in Two parts commercial and Two technical and tenderers shall submit Two copies each (one original and one photocopy). The Commercial Tender containing the tendered Prices and all other requirement as stated in Clause 10 part II of the “Letter of Invitation to Tender” shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope clearly marked: “COMMERCIAL BID CONFIDENTIAL - DO NOT OPEN. The Commercial Tender shall be prepared on the basis of the “Compensations” (Appendix “A”). In no case shall the Price be in any other part of the tender other than as aforesaid. While the technical tender comprising all requirements as stated in Clause 10 part I, III and IV of the “Letter of Invitation to Tender” shall be in a separate sealed envelope marked: “TECHNICAL BID CONFIDENTIAL - DO NOT OPEN”. 6.1.b One (1) copy of the "General Conditions" and one (1) copy of the "Special Conditions", initialed by TENDERER. 6.1.c A document containing the information required in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender". Page 4 of 23


RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 6.1.d TENDERER shall provide all the Due Diligence documents in one envelope marked: “DUE DILIGENCE DOCUMENTS” 6.1.e The Certificates required in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender". The sealed envelopes in 6.1.a shall be enclosed in sealed envelope marked "CONFIDENTIAL" and showing the following details: TENDER NO. 7200013870 PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT Above sealed envelope must be the official envelope of the TENDERER with its Company's name printed or rubber stamped for identification purposes. 6.2 Tender Validity The Tender shall remain valid for a minimum period of one hundred and twenty (120) days from the Tender Closing Date. 6.3 Tender Terminology In preparing the Tender, TENDERER, shall ensure consistency with the terminology used in the tender documents. 7) ALTERNATIVES PROPOSED BY TENDERER 7.1 TENDERER is requested to give its best attention to COMPANY's requirements as set out in the Tender Documents. If TENDERER wishes to submit an alternative proposal, which TENDERER feels will reduce the Contract Price and/or improve safety of operations and/or the schedule without adversely affecting quality, TENDERER shall: illustrate the alternative; indicate the impact of the alternative on schedule quality and costs. Any alternative proposal shall: a) comply with the COMPANY’s Specifications stated in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender”, b) form the subject of a separate document supplementing the Tender. In no case shall this document be deemed to be in lieu of the Tender. COMPANY reserves the right to accept or reject any proposed alternative, in whole or in part. 8) COSTS OF TENDER All costs of Tender preparation, submission and negotiation shall be borne solely by TENDERER. 9) TENDER EVALUATION BY COMPANY 9.1 The principle adopted by COMPANY for the award of the Contract is stated in the "Letter of Invitation to Tender". 9.2 No information will be given by COMPANY on the progress of the Tender evaluation. 9.3 Each TENDERER will be informed by COMPANY in writing, where possible, as to whether or not its Tender has been successful. 10) CONFIDENTIALITY AND ETHICAL BUSINESS STANDARDS 10.1 Confidentiality TENDERER undertakes and agrees: to treat all material information related to the Tender as strictly confidential and to take all reasonable and practicable steps to ensure and protect the confidentiality thereof, and not to disclose the existence of Content thereof (whether in full or part or in extract or summary form) to any other person, except to COMPANY. not to exploit any material information supplied by COMPANY; not to use any material information or make copies or extracts or summaries thereof for any purpose, except the preparation and submission of Tender and supporting documents in connection with

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 any COMPANY-proposed Contract, and any necessary correspondence, discussions or negotiations with COMPANY during the Tender phase. 10.2 Ethical Business Standards TENDERER undertakes and agrees: not to pay any commission, fees or grant any rebates to any employees or officers of COMPANY; not to enter into any business arrangements with employees or officers of COMPANY likely to result in conflicts of interest between their private financial activities and their part in the conduct of COMPANY business; not to engage in any outside interest or activity likely to detrimentally affect, or conflict with, COMPANY's best interests; not to favour any employees or officers of COMPANY with gifts, transportation, entertainment or any other non-monetary favours or gratuities that are of more than nominal value or that might be construed to exceed customary courtesies extended in accordance with accepted ethical business standards. 11) SIGNATURE AND EVIDENCE OF AUTHORITY 11.1 Signature The Tender shall be signed by the person or persons authorized to legally bind the TENDERER and shall be dated. 11.2 Evidence of Authority If requested by COMPANY, satisfactory evidence of the authority of the person or persons signing on behalf of TENDERER must be furnished.

Technical Specifications and Scope of Work 1. AREA OF OPERATION The Area of operation shall be the IRRI FLOW STATION AND KWALE Gas Plant in NAOC’s Land Area of operations (LAR) 2. SCOPE OF CONTRACT The scope provides the minimum requirement for the job which is to carry out supplies of materials IRRI Gas Plant. 2.1. Service The service of the contractor shall include but not limited to the following; 2.1.1.Contractor shall supply and deliver the recommended Instruments to the ware house in NAOC Port Harcourt base. 2.2. Material 2.2.1.Contractor shall supply materials as shown in Appendix A. 2.2.2.Contractor shall supply all requested materials within four (4) weeks upon confirmation. 2.2.3.Contractor shall supply Brand New materials and must have certification and warranty from the OEM. 2.2.4.Warranty of the instruments should be One (1) year. 2.2.5.Contractor shall deliver the requested material to the ware house in NAOC Port Harcourt base along with adjoining documentation. 2.2.6.Contractor shall ensure that all materials supplied arrive NAOC base Port Harcourt in good condition. 2.2.7.Contractor shall be responsible for transportation of equipment, tools and spares to NAOC base in Port Harcourt. 2.2.8.Contractor shall provide materials not included in Appendix A. as approved by NAOC referencing detailed technical proposal and agreed price from commercial section. Page 6 of 23


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3. CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS The following are to be considered as part of the general requirements for the contractor executing the project. 3.1. Other Contractor Obligations 3.1.1.Contractor must have the requisite DPR certification as the minimum eligibility criteria. 3.1.2.Contractor shall be responsible for the transportation of tools and spares to and from NAOC base in Port Harcourt 3.1.3.Contractor shall perform services in strict compliance with company HSE policies and in accordance with international standards and practice. 3.1.4.Contractor shall ensure materials (Appendix A) are fully supplied within ONE (1) month from award of contract. Failure of which will attract a penalty of gradual deduction of 10% on a biweekly basis after the first one (1) month grace period. 3.1.5.Contractor shall be responsible for any defect or damage to the equipment as a result of improper or poor handling and shall be replaced on a one to one basis. 4. Company’s Obligations: 4.1. Company shall compensate contractor for performance of services carried out by contractor as indicated in Appendix A. 4.2. Company shall be responsible for the transportation of tools and spares from Ware House in NAOC base in Port Harcourt to IRRI Gas Plant in LAR 5. TECHNICAL SUBMISSIONS The qualifying factors / criteria under which contractors can be technically appraised and considered qualified to do the job are stated below 5.1. HSE Policy: Bidder shall submit a detailed company Health Safety and Environment (HSE) program, records and evidence of compliance to similar project that is relevant to this project 5.2. Work Scheduling and execution method: Contractor shall submit a work program / time schedule and method execution showing every segment of the activities and relating to the Procurement procedure. 5.3. Quality Assurance and Quality Control as well as past record of performance on similar or related job.

DRAFT LETTER OF AWARD DRAFT Our Reference: CUN/PROC/XXX/PH/XXX ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Dear Sir, TENDER NO. 7200013870 PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 With reference to your Tender ________________________ we, COMPANY, hereby award you _____________________________________ the subject CONTRACT on the following terms and conditions. That the CONTRACT is made by and between the following PARTIES designated COMPANY and CONTRACTOR, as follows: COMPANY NIGERIAN AGIP OIL COMPANY LIMITED, being a Corporation existing under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and having its principal place of business at the following address: Address New Base, PO Box 923, Mile 4, Ikwerre Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria CONTRACTOR -----------------------------------, being a Corporation existing under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and having its principal place of business at the following address: Address --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Whereas the COMPANY is desirous that all services in connection with the PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT. (Which SERVICE is more particularly described elsewhere within the CONTRACT), should be executed. And whereas the CONTRACTOR represents that it possess all requisites necessary to perform the SERVICE diligently and in accordance with current standards and practices of the industry and subject to the provisions of the CONTRACT. Now therefore, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements hereinafter provided, it is agreed as follows; ARTICLE 1. WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS In this Letter of Award words and expressions have the same as are respectively assigned to them in the General Conditions. ARTICLE 2. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The following documents shall be deemed to form and be read and construed as part of the CONTRACT; This Letter of Award Commercial Section : General Conditions of Supply (Already in Your Possession) Special Conditions Appendix "A" – Compensations Appendix “B” – Contractors’ Price List Technical Section : Appendix "C" - Technical Specifications Appendix "D" - List of Equipment and personnel (Not Applicable) Appendix "E" – Milestones Appendix "F" - Quality and Execution Requirement Appendix“G”- HSE (IMS Procedure & HSE Requirement for Contractors – Doc No HSE-Div-C6-OPER-003 Rev.01. No change, amendment or any other modification to any document or provision forming part of the CONTRACT shall be valid or become effective unless produced in writing and signed on behalf of each of the PARTIES hereto by their respective authorized officer(s). ARTICLE 3. COVENANTS FOR EXECUTION OF THE SERVICE Contractor In consideration of the payment to be made by COMPANY to CONTRACTOR as hereinafter mentioned, CONTRACTOR hereby covenants with COMPANY to perform and complete the SERVICE in conformity in all respects and in accordance with the provisions of the CONTRACT. Company

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 COMPANY hereby covenants to pay CONTRACTOR in consideration of the performance of the SERVICE the compensations at the time(s) and in the manner prescribed by the CONTRACT. ARTICLE 4. CONTRACT VALUE All CONTRACT rates of compensations and any other price(s) agreed upon by the PARTIES shall include any charges and provisions necessary for the total completion of the SERVICE covered by the CONTRACT in a workmanlike and expeditious manner and in accordance with the CONTRACT Documents, shall be remunerative to and shall cover all expenses and dues borne, or to be borne, by CONTRACTOR, together with all responsibilities that CONTRACTOR has undertaken and any consequence deriving therefrom. ARTICLE 5. EFFECTIVE DATE OF CONTRACT The EFFECTIVE DATE OF CONTRACT shall be the date of signature by the PARTIES entered herein below. ARTICLE 6 ARTICLES WHICH SURVIVE TERMINATION The provisions of CONTRACT which, by their nature and provision, survive termination of the CONTRACT shall remain in full force and effect as provided for within the CONTRACT, on such termination. ARTICLE 7 INVARIABILITY OF PRICE The price(s) set out in the CONTRACT shall remain firm and unchangeable for the duration of the CONTRACT. In witness whereof, the subject CONTRACT has been signed by the PARTIES hereto. Signed this

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SPECIAL CONDITION PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT INDEX ARTICLE 1 SCOPE OF WORK ARTICLE 2 CONTRACT DURATION ARTICLE 3 PRIORITY OF DOCUMENTS ARTICLE 4 AREA OF OPERATIONS ARTICLE 5 REPORTING ARTICLE 6 INSPECTIONS ARTICLE 7 KICK-OFF MEETING ARTICLE 8 TAKE OVER OF THE WORK AND USE BY COMPANY. ARTICLE 9 GUARANTEE ARTICLE 10 CONTRACTOR’S OBLIGATIONS ARTICLE 11 LIABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES ARTICLE 12 INSURANCE ARTICLE 13 COMPENSATIONS ARTICLE 14 TYPE OF CONTRACT ARTICLE 15 TIME SCHEDULE/WORK EXECUTION PHASING ARTICLE 16 COMMUNITY POLICIES ARTICLE 17 ADMINSTRATIVE AND ANTI-CORRUPTION LIABILITY ARTICLE 18 MAINTENANCE PERIOD ARTICLE 19 CONTRACTOR’S QUOTATION

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 ARTICLE 20 ARTICLE 21 ARTICLE 22 ARTICLE 23 ARTICLE 24

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INVOICING PAYMENT TAXES HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT NOTICES

DEFINITION AND INTERPRETATION: With reference to Article 1 "Definitions and Interpretation" of the General Conditions, the PARTIES agree that the above Article shall be supplemented as follows: “HUMAN RIGHTS” shall mean the inalienable rights of all individuals, without any distinction, by virtue of belonging to humankind. They are based on the recognition of the inherent dignity, freedom and equality of all human beings. HUMAN RIGHTS have been sanctioned by the United Nations in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (10 December 1948) as the “foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world”. HUMAN RIGHTS fall into two main categories: civil and political rights: include, inter alia, the right to life and physical integrity, the right to freedom of thought and expression, the right to take part in the government of one’s own country, the right not to be arrested without due cause, the right to an impartial trial, and the right to own property; economic, social and cultural rights: include, inter alia, the right to employment, fair and satisfactory working conditions, equal pay for equal work, health and education. Furthermore, in more recent times, so-called “third generation rights” are gradually making headway. They include the right to self-determination, peace, development and environmental protection. ARTICLE - SCOPE OF WORK With reference to Article 2 "Scope of Work" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree as follows: The SERVICE that CONTRACTOR agrees to perform under the CONTRACT is the “PROCUREMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR IRRI FLOWSTATION AND KWALE GAS PLANT” and is fully described in the Technical Specifications contained in Appendix “C”. ARTICLE 2 – CONTRACT DURATION With reference to Article 3 "Contract duration and termination" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree as follows: 2.1 - CONTRACT shall be effective on the date shown in Article 5 of the Letter of Award. 2.2 - The COMMENCEMENT DATE of the CONTRACT shall be from the date of the Kick-off meeting. 2.3– CONTRACTOR shall have duration of Eight months for the completion of the service. 2.4 - Where COMPANY considers that one of the causes of termination exists under Article 3 of the General Conditions of Supply, it may give written notice thereof to CONTRACTOR requiring CONTRACTOR to remedy such cause with a period of not more than fifteen (15) days of receipt of COMPANY's notice. ARTICLE 3 – PRIORITY OF DOCUMENTS With reference to Article 6 “Priority of Documents” of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that the priority of documents as per the commercial section shall be: 3.1 Letter of Award 3.2 Special Conditions 3.3 General Conditions Supply 3.4 Appendix “A” - Compensations

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 3.5

Appendix “C” – Technical Specifications

ARTICLE 4 - AREA OF OPERATION With reference to Article 7 "Area of operations acquaintance" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that the AREA OF OPERATIONS shall be NAOC LAND AREA. ARTICLE 5 - REPORTING 5.1 - CONTRACTOR shall provide a work progress report (2 copies) to COMPANY, on weekly basis. The report shall include the following: 5.1.1 - Safety Performance. 5.1.2 - Progress made over the report period, quantified where possible, highlights problem encountered, variations record to date, SUB-CONTRACTS, comparison between the actual work done and the SERVICE time schedule shown in clause 2.2 hereinbefore. 5.1.3 - Revised estimated completion period if substantially affected by any occurrence and/ or steps to be taken to reduce or nullify the effects of such occurrence or anticipated occurrence. 5.1.4 - Progress charts showing planned and actual progress achieved. 5.1.5 - MATERIALS situation report including status of materials supplied by COMPANY, if any, and anticipated dates for supply of other MATERIALS. 5.1.6 - Progress photographs (color) in sizes not less than 150 x 100mm and in two (2) sets. The photographs shall each be clearly endorsed with the date and location of the picture. 5.1.7 - Cost report by milestones and also to include the revised estimated CONTRACT price to date with the cost influencing factors. 5.1.8 - Updated programme to completion and a detailed plan of activities for the following month. 5.1.9 - A summary of plant, EQUIPMENT and labor utilized during the month. 5.2 - CONTRACTOR shall also prepare a daily report detailing: 5.2.1 - Activities performed and progress made. 5.2.2 - Plant, EQUIPMENT, labor and MATERIALS utilized on site. 5.2.3 - Safety incidents, delay, problems and important events. 5.3 - At the completion of the entire SERVICE, CONTRACTOR will submit to COMPANY the whole progress of the SERVICE, the actual Schedule of Construction including submission of "as-built" drawings and a final report summarizing all data hereinbefore. ARTICLE 6 - INSPECTIONS With reference to Article 10 “Inspection and Tests” of the General Conditions of Supply, the PARTIES agree as follows: The COMPANY’s REPRESENTATIVE(S) shall have the right to inspect manufacturing, fabrication, and construction works and shall be allowed access to all Material Specifications and Technical drawings necessary for the works. COMPANY’s REPRESENTATIVE at above inspection is at COMPANY’s cost and care. All tests/survey required to ascertain the quality of works shall be carried out where necessary with full assistance of the CONTRACTOR as specified by COMPANY. ARTICLE 7 - KICK-OFF MEETING COMPANY will invite CONTRACTOR to attend the Kick-Off meeting one week after Contract award (signing of Contract). The Typical agenda of the meeting shall be: - Contractual Matters - Discussion of the Scope of Work - Logistics - Project Schedule - Milestones

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 - Any Other Business ARTICLE 8 - TAKE-OVER OF THE WORK AND USE BY COMPANY With reference to Article 18 "Take-over of the service and use by Company" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that on completion of the SERVICE, and prior to issue of the "Certificate of take-over", CONTRACTOR shall provide COMPANY with a set of As-Built drawings defining accurately the completed SERVICE. This set of drawings shall comprise one (1) original and two (2) copies of each drawing. ARTICLE 9 - GUARANTEE With reference to Article 22 “Guarantee” of the General conditions of CONTRACT, the PARTIES agree that: 9.1 CONTRACTOR shall repair or replace, at its own expense, any MATERIAL or equipment which, within six (6) months from the time of commissioning, whichever is the latter is proved defective in MATERIAL and/or workmanship. The guarantee shall cover the vendor’s and/or sub-vendors MATERIALS. 9.2 Pursuant to 10.1 above, 10% (ten percent) of the total value of all certified invoices shall be retained by COMPANY, and shall be released according to the applicable duration in Clause 10.1 above. ARTICLE 10 - CONTRACTOR’S OBLIGATIONS With reference to Article 24 “Contractor’s Obligations” of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that the above Article shall be supplemented as follows: 10.1 Transportation of Equipment, all MATERIALS, consumables and personnel, including loading/unloading to and from Contractor’s yard to work site – NAOC LAND AREA. 10.2 Accommodation and messing for its work force for the duration of the SERVICE 10.3 Damages or loss of MATERIALs/Equipment. 10.4 Provision of safety wears for his workforce. 10.5 The Contractor shall provide security for his equipment and materials during the job execution 10.6 The Contractor shall be responsible for Host Community homage and associated problems. 10.7 The Contractor shall perform the work according to NAOC safety rules and shall appoint a safety officer to be responsible for any fire incident that might arise during the work performance. 10.8 Obtaining of all necessary permits from the company’s designated representatives in accordance with COMPANY Safety Policy before commencement of work. 10.9 Provision of adequate survey crew well for accurate setting out of all the work. The CONTRACTOR at his own expense shall make defects arising from setting out errors good. 10.10 Carrying out the works in a safe manner complying with all rules, regulations and acts on safety, including COMPANY’s Safety Policy. The COMPANY or its Representative shall from time to time carry out inspections or survey of any part of the works under the CONTRACT and visit any of CONTRACTOR’s premises which have connection with the project without any hindrance from the CONTRACTOR or its agent. CONTRACTOR shall be required to co-operate with the COMPANY to facilitate such inspections/survey. All tests/survey required ascertaining the quality of works shall be carried out where necessary with full assistance of the CONTRACTOR as requested by the COMPANY. ARTICLE 11 - LIABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES 11. 1 With reference to Article 29 “Liabilities” of the General Conditions of Contract, CONTRACTORS shall be solely responsible for the execution of the service and shall indemnify and hold COMPANY harmless from and against any and all claims arising out or in connection with the service. 11.2 - CONTRACTORS shall be liable for personal injury and/or death, property damage or losses caused to THIRD PARTIES.

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 ARTICLE 12 - INSURANCE With reference to Article 30 “Insurance Requirements” of the General Conditions of Contract, PARTIES hereby agree the same shall be supplemented as follows: 30.5b “All Risk” Insurance Any and all insurance required under the CONTRACT shall cover for loss or damage to CONTRACTOR’s EQUIPMENT, MATERIAL and/or personnel, for whatever cause, including, without limitation, the effect of riot, civil disorder and strike. Such “All Risk” insurance shall also cover any similar loss or damage to CONTRACTOR’s automobiles and/or, where applicable, marine vessels, barges or tugs and CONTRACTOR’s EQUIPMENT and MATERIAL thereon, and the personal effects and possessions of CONTRACTOR’s personnel employed thereto, for whatever cause, including, without limitation, the effect of riot, civil disorder and strike. CONTRACTOR shall ensure that every SUB-CONTRACTOR employed by CONTRACTOR, if any, shall also carry such “All Risk” insurance as aforementioned. CONTRACTOR shall provide evidence of, and furnish COMPANY with certificates of insurance as aforementioned, evidencing coverage for the duration of the SERVICE, prior to commencement of the SERVICE in accordance with the CONTRACT. ARTICLE 13 - COMPENSATIONS 13.1 - The lump sum price which COMPANY pay to CONTRACTOR for the satisfactory performance of the SERVICES shall be inclusive of all costs to complete the SERVICES in accordance with the provisions of the CONTRACT. 13.2 In the event of standby as a result of community disturbance, no compensation shall be paid by COMPANY to CONTRACTOR for the said period. 13.3 The Form of Bill of Quantities attached in Appendix “A” is merely to serve as a detailed breakdown of the CONTRACTOR’s Lump Sum Price. ARTICLE 14 - TYPE OF CONTRACT This CONTRACT is to be awarded as an Open Contract. ARTICLE 15 - TIME SCHEDULE/WORK EXECUTION PHASING The CONTRACTOR should be careful to programme his work as to achieve early completion of the project as required. The CONTRACTOR to note that the area is COMPANY’s operational area hence work execution should be properly planned in co-operation with relevant Departments in order to minimize any disruption. ARTICLE 16 - COMMUNITY POLICIES 16.1. PARTIES agree that the responsibility with regard to host community relations, and resolution of disturbances therefrom, are a mutual risk. PARTIES hereby agree that the Commercial liability of such “risk” shall be apportioned on the basis of a “fairness criteria” whereby each PARTY shall discharge and absorb the associated cost(s) so far as their willingness to undertake the performance of the SERVICE as a commercial venture in the AREA OF OPERATIONS in accordance with the CONTRACT. 16.2. CONTRACTOR hereby declares and acknowledges that it is acquainted with all aspects with regard to host community relations, and the associated jeopardy thereof as a result of events or circumstances beyond the direct control of the PARTIES hereto. ARTICLE 17 – ADMINISTRATIVE AND ANTI-CORRUPTION LIABILITY CONTRACTOR declares that it has reviewed and has knowledge of (a) the contents of the "Model 231", which also includes the eni Code of Ethics, issued by COMPANY in accordance with the legislation in force regarding the administrative liability of legal entities for offences committed by their directors, employees and/or collaborators; (b) the “Anti-Corruption Management System Guideline”; (c) the eni

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 Guidelines for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights. The documents under (a), (b) and (c) above are available on the website of COMPANY and CONTRACTOR undertakes to comply with the principles contained therein. 2. With reference to the performance of activities covered by the CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR undertakes to comply, and to cause its directors, staff and collaborators to comply, with the applicable laws, including the Anti-Corruption Laws applicable to eni (meaning (i) the anti-corruption provisions in the Italian Criminal Code and in other national applicable laws, including the Legislative Decree no. 231 2001, (ii) the FCPA, (iii) the UK Bribery Act, (iv) international anti-corruption treaties such as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and the Development Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and the United Nations Convention against Corruption. 3. With reference to the performance of activities covered by this CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR declares and warrants that it has issued and implemented governance policies aimed at preventing its own directors, employees and/or collaborators from committing, or attempting to commit, any action sanctioned under Leg. Dec. 231 dated 8th June 2001, as well as any conduct in violation of AntiCorruption Laws and undertake vis-à-vis COMPANY to maintain and effectively enforce these provisions for the entire duration of the CONTRACT. In particular and in accordance with these regulations, CONTRACTOR undertakes to abstain (and to cause its directors, employees and/or collaborators to abstain) from (a) offering, promising, giving, paying or authorizing anyone to give or pay, directly or indirectly, material, financial or other advantage to a Public Official or private party, and (b) accepting or authorizing anyone to accept, directly or indirectly, a request or solicitation from a Public Official or private party of a financial or other advantage in breach of the applicable Anti-Corruption Laws. 4. For the purposes of this CONTRACT, Public Official shall mean: a) anyone occupying a public legislative, judicial or administrative function; b) anyone acting in an official capacity for or on behalf of (i) a national, regional or local public administration, (ii) an agency, department or instrumentality of the European Union or of an Italian or nonItalian national, regional or local public administration,, (iii) a company owned, controlled or invested by an Italian or foreign public administration (including, for example, employees of “national oil companies”); (iv) an international public organization, such as the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United Nations or World Trade Organization; or (v) a political party, a member of a political party or a candidate for an Italian or foreign political office; c) anyone in charge of providing a public service, i.e. whoever performs a public service for whatever reason, where public service means an activity that is governed in the same way as a public function, except that the power vested in the latter is absent; d) anyone acting as representative of local communities. 5. With reference to the performance of activities covered by the CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR undertakes, for the entire duration of the CONTRACT, to abide by the principles of the eni Code of Ethics and to respect human rights as defined in the eni Guidelines for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights, published on the www.eni.com website. In particular, it undertakes to refrain from: a) offering commissions, fees and other benefits to directors, employees or collaborators of COMPANY; b) entering into trade agreements with directors, employees or collaborators of COMPANY which may negatively affect the interests of COMPANY; c) undertaking business activities or entering into agreements with THIRD PARTIES in breach of the principles set out in the eni Code of Ethics which would negatively affect the performance of the CONTRACT; d) providing directors, employees or collaborators of COMPANY with non-property benefits including gifts, means of transportation and hospitality offers which go beyond the limits of commonly accepted ethical business standards. Page 14 of 23


RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 6. CONTRACTOR declares that no conflicts of interests exist, not even potentially, in relation to the performance of this CONTRACT and undertakes to promptly report to COMPANY if any such situation should arise during the performance of the CONTRACT. 7. With reference to the performance of the activities covered by the CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR declares and warrants that: a) any amounts paid under the CONTRACT solely represents payment for the performance of its activities and that no part of such amounts will be transferred, directly or indirectly, to any Public Official or any private party or anyone of their Family Members (meaning the spouse, grandparents, parents, siblings, children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, aunts, uncles and first cousins of the individual involved and his/her spouse; the spouse of any of these people; and any other individuals who share the same household) for corruption purposes or, however, in breach of applicable laws; b) neither any Public Official, who in virtue of his/her functions may influence or affect the performance of the activities under the CONTRACT, nor any of his/her Family Members, are or will be appointed as CONTRACTOR’s directors or employed by CONTRACTOR as employees, consultants, intermediaries or agents; c) any employees or collaborators appointed in respect of the performance of the activities under the CONTRACT shall meet the same requirements as those of CONTRACTOR and shall fulfil any obligations which apply to CONTRACTOR under this Article; that any individual performing activities related to the CONTRACT, including any SUBCONTRACTOR, shall operate only under a written contract imposing conditions and undertakings equivalent to those assumed by CONTRACTOR. 8. With reference to the performance of activities covered by the CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR undertakes to: a) accurately and transparently record in its accounting books any sums received or paid in relation to the CONTRACT; b) promptly inform COMPANY of any criticality, even potential, identified during performance of the CONTRACT and relating to the provisions and undertakings in this Article; c) promptly report to COMPANY of any change occurred in relation to any information provided to COMPANY before the entering into of the CONTRACT, including any changes in the CONTRACTOR’s ownership structure; d) promptly report to COMPANY any request or demand for any undue payment of money or other benefit of any kind received by CONTRACTOR in connection with the performance of the CONTRACT. 9. The PARTIES hereby agree that any breach by CONTRACTOR, even partial, of the declarations, warranties and undertakings in this Article, which may be reasonably expected to result in adverse consequences for COMPANY, constitutes a material breach of the CONTRACT and shall entitle COMPANY to unilaterally withdraw from the CONTRACT, even during performance thereof, or terminate the CONTRACT, by delivering notice via registered mail, which shall include a brief summary of the circumstances or of the legal proceedings demonstrating such breach. In the event of information that could reasonably imply such breach, pending the required verifications or findings, COMPANY shall have the right to suspend the performance of the CONTRACT by delivering notice via registered mail, which shall include a brief summary of the relevant information. If the information is obtained from the media, COMPANY shall have the right to exercise the above mentioned right when the information has been confirmed by an official document of the Judicial Authority and/or otherwise confirmed by the Judicial Authority. The exercise of such rights will be to the sole detriment of CONTRACTOR, which shall bear, in all cases, all additional expenses and costs. In any case of breach by CONTRACTOR, even partial, of the declarations, warranties and undertakings in this Article, CONTRACTOR shall indemnify COMPANY from any loss, damage, also in terms of reputation, liability, costs or expenses, including legal expenses, and hold in harmless from any THIRD PARTY action arising from or consequential to such a breach. Page 15 of 23


RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 10. COMPANY shall have the right to carry out an audit on CONTRACTOR in the event that COMPANY has a reasonable belief that CONTRACTOR may have violated the provisions included in this Article. To this end, CONTRACTOR undertakes to provide COMPANY with any access, data and information required to carry out such audit and with any information regarding any adoption and implementation of the Anti-Corruption Compliance Program in relation to the activities under the CONTRACT. ARTICLE 18 – CONTRACTOR’S QUOTATIONS The entire works shall be carried out on Lump Sum quotation of the Contractor accepted by Company. The Contractor’s Lump Sum quotation shall be deemed to cover all his obligations under the Contract, that is, all matters and things necessary for the proper and satisfactory completion and maintenance of the entire works. The Form of Bill of Quantities attached in Appendix “A” is merely to serve as a detailed break-down of the Contractor’s Lump Sum works. The completed Form of Bill of Quantities together with the completed schedule of Rates or Price List shall be used to determine variations duly authorized by the COMPANY. CONTRACTOR is to note that this is a Lump Sum Contract and so quantities estimated and set out in the Bill of Quantities are Not to be taken as the actual and correct quantities of the works to be executed by the Contractor in fulfillment of his obligations under the Contract. Irrespective of the quantities estimated by the Contractor to arrive at his Lump Sum Price, Contractor shall be required by Company to execute the entire Works as shown on drawings and described in the Scope of Works/Specifications. CONTRACTOR to be fully aware that, based on the General Contract Conditions, the COMPANY has right to modify the Scope of Work up to+/- 5% of the total Contract Price without any additional reimbursement. A penalty Clause of 0.2% deductions per calendar day of delay up to maximum thirty days will be applicable to the CONTRACT. ARTICLE 19 – COMPANY OBLIGATION With reference to Article 27 "COMPANY's obligations" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that the above Article shall be supplemented as follows: 18.1 COMPANY shall provide technical drawings, showing the job ARTICLE 20 - INVOICING With reference to Article 43 "Invoicing" of the General Conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree as follows: 20.1 On completion of the service with all the associated variation(s), CONTRACTOR shall be send a notification in writing to COMPANY for approval and COMPANY’S REPRESENTATIVE shall acknowledge the practical completion (100%) of the service. On receipt of the signed notification, CONTRACTOR shall invoice COMPANY according to the prices stated in Appendix “A”. All such invoices shall be fully supported with copies of the signed notification and variation, if any, covering the service. COMPANY shall notify CONTRACTOR in writing within ten (10) working days if COMPANY considers that the notification of practical completion of the service is unjustified. COTRACTOR shall correct all the deficiencies highlighted by COMPANY and having carried out the correction re-notify COMPANY in writing. Parties, agree as follows that Pro-forma invoice(s) shall be sent to the relevant User Dept., User Dept shall provide CONTRACTOR with a “Service Entry Number” which shall be inserted by CONTRACTOR in the invoice(s) sent to Finance/Accounts CONTRACTOR shall send the invoice(s) to the following address, stating the USER DEPARTMENT CODE NUMBER NAM: (NAOC JV MAINTENANCE)

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited, Finance/Accounts Department, P.O.Box 923, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. ARTICLE 21 - PAYMENT With reference to Article 38 "Payment" of the General Conditions of CONTRACT and Appendix "A" Compensation, the PARTIES agree that payment shall be made within thirty (30) days on receipt of invoice(s). 21.1 Payment shall be made in US Dollars for the 60% (Sixty percent) portion; the remaining 40% (Forty percent) portion shall be converted into Nigerian Naira using the Average (Central) of Buying and Selling Exchange rates as provided by the Central Bank of Nigeria, for the last day of the month to which the invoice relates. This CONTRACT is to be awarded as a lump sum CONTRACT. Payment will be as specified in Milestone break down in Appendix “E”. It is clear and understood that COMPANY shall execute payments only in favor of the CONTRACTOR(S) designated in the Letter of Award, and in the country of incorporation or permanent establishment of the PARTIES to the CONTRACT or in the country of delivery of the GOODS and/or provision of the SERVICE under this CONTRACT. In the event of contractor receiving any advance payment from Company, contractor shall first submit invoice for the services covered by the advance payment before any other invoice. Upon failure by contractor to comply with this provision, the company, without prejudice to its right to recover the said advance, reserves the right to deny further payments to the contractor until the advance is fully defrayed. 21.2 COMPANY shall pay CONTRACTOR’s approved invoices, in accordance with the terms and conditions stated in the CONTRACT within thirty (30) days, to the bank accounts specified in the Contractor's invoice(s): 21.3 Payment to CONTRACTOR for all executed works shall be by measurement. ARTICLE 22 – TAXES With reference to Article 42 “Taxes” of the General Condition of Contract, the PARTIES agree that Clause 42.4 shall be deleted and replaced by the following: COMPANY shall deduct withholding tax as prescribed by Company Income Tax (rates, etc. of Tax Deducted at Source (withholding Tax) Regulations of 1997 (or subsequent legislation) by the Federal Government of Nigeria. An official Government receipt shall be provided for any and all moneys deducted by COMPANY as a result of any Government directive. Should payments made under the CONTRACT attract Value Added Tax (VAT), the proper amount of such tax shall be shown as a separate item on the prescribe form of tax invoice, which COMPANY shall retain and remit directly to Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS). The total amount payable under the CONTRACT shall exclude VAT. The rates and prices under the CONTRACT are exclusive of VAT. ARTICLE 23 – HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT (HSE) POLICY With reference to Articles 25 - "Safety, Accident Prevention and Health Measures and Environmental Compliance", of the General Conditions of Contract, Contractor shall obtain all necessary permits from the COMPANY's designated Representative(s) in accordance with COMPANY's Health, Safety and Environment Policy, before commencement of work. CONTRACTOR shall be required to meet NAOC Health, Safety, and Environment/Quality and Radiation Protection (HSE/OR) specification (minimum) as set out in the GUIDE FOR CONTRACTOR, COMPANY’s HSE requirements for CONTRACTORS and HSE disciplinary policy. In order to guarantee the safety of personnel, CONTRACTOR shall appoint one of his qualified employees to act as officer responsible for safety on Site.

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 Both CONTRACTOR and the safety officer shall be liable for any accident sustained by COMPANY’S employees, CONTRACTOR’S personnel, and any third party's personnel resulting from inadequate accident prevention measures and/or through CONTRACTOR’S negligence. If, at any time, COMPANY observes as per standard and best oil and gas practices, CONTRACTOR’S personnel fail to take adequate prevention precautions, COMPANY reserves the right to direct CONTRACTOR to cease operations until the breach has been remedied to COMPANY’S satisfaction. In addition to the other provisions set forth in the CONTRACT Documents, during the performance of the SERVICE, CONTRACTOR shall adopt such accident prevention measures as are required by law or suggested by industry standards. All costs incurred, as a result of any such cessation shall be for CONTRACTOR’S account. ARTICLE 24- NOTICES With reference to Article 53 "Notices” of the General conditions of Contract, the PARTIES agree that notices shall be addressed to the following: COMPANY: Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited User: NAOC JV MAINTENANCE P.O.BOX 923, PORT HARCOURT NIGERIA CONTRACTOR

APPENDIX A: BILL OF QUANTITY (Materials) BIDDER MUST ENSURE THAT ALL COMMERCIAL QUOTATIONS ARE TYPEWRITTEN (DO NOT HAND WRITE THE COMPENSATION PAGE) NOTE THAT NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ABOVE INSTRUCTION SHALL ATTRACT OUTRIGHT DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE BID EXERCISE.

S/N

MATERIALS

QTY

1 2

Pressure transmitter (PT) . ROSEMOUNT, 3051/24V DC: 0 -800Psi Pressure transmitter (PT) ROSEMOUNT, 3051/24V dc, 0 -400Psi Differential pressure transmitter (dPT). ROSEMOUNT, 3051/24Vdc, 0 10,000/mmH20 Differential pressure transmitter (dPT), ROSEMOUNT, 3051/24Vdc, 0 100inH2O Differential pressure transmitter (dPT), ROSEMOUNT, 3051/24Vdc, 0200inH2O Temperature transmitter (TT)(PT100). ROSEMOUNT 344 EPT 100 : 0 100 DegC Current to Pneumatic (I/P) Converter. ROSEMOUNT 3311/24V DC. Range: 3-15psi, 4-20mA DC Regulated Power Supply . SERIES H, 150DCV/24V DC, 110V AC. Electronic System Calibrator . FOX BORO, EXT OUTPUT , Volts/mA

1 1

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

UNIT RATE (US$)

AMOUNT (US$)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Hart Communicator: Make: Emerson; 275 Series 1/2'' Check Valve , 1/2'' NPT x 6,000psi & 10,000psi rating (4nos each). Hydraulic Hand Pump : W.WEITNER GmbH, 0 - 15,000psi 1/2'' Tube OD x 1/2'' Male NPT : Swagelok, Stainless Steel LIMIT SWITCHES - Microswitch 9348 S/NO: BA 2RV22-A2. (For ARRIVAL MANIFOLD SOVs). 1/2'' Tee Fitting: 1/2'' x 1/2'' x 1/2'' Stainless Steel. Pressure Control Valve : Masoneilan, Model:37-4/612, ASA.300.RF, 4'' SOLENOID VALVE. make ASCO. Voltage 115, Hz 50, watt.: 15, Orifice 1/8, pressure: 2.8kg/cm2, type :4. Air Regulator. FISHER CONTROL,TYPE- 67CFR- 224. Range: 0 - 250Psi Pressure Gauge. BOURDON TUBE : 0 - 160kg/cm2 OR Bar Pressure Gauge. BOURDON TUBE : 0 - 250kg/cm2 OR Bar Pressure Gauge. BOURDON TUBE : 0 - 400kg/cm2 OR Bar Pressure Gauge. BOURDON TUBE : 0 - 6,000Psi Pressure Gauge. BOURDON TUBE : 0 - 10,000Psi Pneumatic Calibrator Box. CALIBRATOR PTC-2P.0 20Psi/1400Bar/5000mmH2O Needle valves ( ½ ”) 0 -10,000Psi Ball valves ( ½ ”) 0 -10,000Psi Digital multimeter . FLUKE MULTIMETER 115 SERIES Temperature Gauge . 0 - 100 degC Tube Cutter (R.BAHCO 302-76 . 35-76mm tube cutter. Control valves from 1”- 6 ”NUOVO PIGNONE Supply pressure 20PSI , Operating pressure 3-15psi or 6 - 30psi VARIOUS SIZES OF THERMOWELL Various types and sizes of greasing nipples Various types and sizes of Gaskets SOLENOID VALVE: TYPE :- Maxseal solenoid, MODEL No. ico4s –ip66, VOLTAGE:110v DC. [8.5w], MAKE: THOMSON VALVE, SERIAL No: 1926i /J11, TEMP: 48oC to 60oC.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 each 1 each 1 each 1 each 1

APPENDIX B: For Spares Not Defined In Appendix A S/N

DESCRIPTION

1

Mark Up Fee (%)

QUOTATION ($)

REMARKS

PAYMENT SCHEDULE

Payment shall be upon confirmation of complete and accurate spares supply by Company representative

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RFQ for Tender - 7200013870 APPENDIX H: Declaration of Conflict of Interest Below Form must be fully filled in Contractor’s letter head confirming absence of any conflict of interest

DECLARATION CONFIRMING THE ABSENCE OF ANY CONFLICT OF INTEREST TENDER No.: TENDER TITLE: I, the undersigned, and representative of ___________________________________, submitting a tender (Title) ________________________________________, confirm:

that I do not have any conflict of interest in connection to the award of this contract. (A conflict of interest may arise in particular as a result of economic interests, political or national affinities, family or emotional ties, or any other relevant connection or shared interest);

that I will inform the contracting authority, without delay, of any situation constituting a conflict of interest or that could give rise to a conflict of interest;

that I have not made, and will not to make, any offer of any type whatsoever from which an advantage can be derived under the contract;

that I have not granted, sought, attempted to obtain or accepted and will not grant, seek, attempt to obtain, or accept any advantage, financial or in kind, to or from any party whatsoever, constituting an illegal or corrupt practice, either directly or indirectly, as an incentive or reward relating to the award of the contract;

that I am aware of the consequences which may derive from any false declaration.

CONTRACTOR’s NAME: SIGNATURE: DESIGNATION:

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Request for Quotation - 7200013870

Items:

1

Material - PROC. OF INSTRUMENTS, KWALE -

Quantity: 1 EA

2

Deliv. date: Jul 1, 2016

Material - PROC OF IRRI INSTRUS. -

Quantity: 1 EA

Deliv. date: Apr 30, 2016

(**) full note is available in below "Notes for items" section

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Request for Quotation - 7200013870

Attachments: File Name

Description

SOW (2).pdf

SOW (2)

SOW.pdf

SOW

SEE NOTE .doc

SEE NOTE

SCORING MATRIX.xlsx

SCORING MATRIX

Reason for PR Merger.pptx

Reason for PR Merger

RE PR NOS. 10051540 and 10051542.msg

RE PR NOS

PR_10051542.pdf

PR_10051542

PR_10051540.pdf

PR_10051540

KGP AND IRRI INSTRUMENT MATERIALS XX.xls

BOQ

HSE-DIV-C6-OPER-003 Rev00 HSE Requirements for Suppliers+ HSE policies-MATERIAL..pdf

HSE OPER 003, 2014

GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR SUPPLY.docx

GENERAL CONDITIONS

BIDDER LIST (2).pdf

BIDDER LIST (2)

BIDDER LIST.pdf

BIDDER LIST

ALL RPC+REFERENCE LISTS (2).pdf

ALL RPC+REFERENCE LISTS (2)

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Aos orwell