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NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION GAS AND POWER INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED (NGPIC)-

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) OF THE PROPOSED 1350MW KANO INDEPENDENT POWER PLANT (KNIPP) PROJECT

NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION GAS AND POWER INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED (NGPIC)
NNPC TOWERS, HERBERT MACAULAY WAY, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT,
P.M.B. 190, GARKI, ABUJA – NIGERIA.
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) OF THE PROPOSED 1350MW KANO INDEPENDENT POWER PLANT (KNIPP) PROJECT

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Gas and Power Investment Company United (NGPIC) intends to carry out the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) of the Proposed 1350MW Kano Independent Power Plant Project at Tiga, along Rurum-Rano Road. Kano State.

In compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007 and the Bureau of Public Procurement guidelines. NGPIC invites interested competent and reputable Contractors /Companies to submit prequalification documentation for the ESIA “Works” as described in section 2 below.

2.0 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT (SCOPE OF WORK)
The “Works’ to be executed include but not limited to the following:
(2.1) Carry out comprehensive literature reviews to generate background information on the environmental characteristics of the study area and the Right of Way of the associated Power transmission line and Gas spur line routes
(2.2) Prepare Terms of Reference (ToR) document acceptable to the Federal Ministry of Environment /Directorate of Petroleum Resources (DPR).
(2.3) Review National and International Environmental regulations on power plant siting as well as the gas and power evacuation lines and substations’ construction
(2.4) Identify all communities within the protect area and other Stakeholders for effective consultation.
(2.5) Carry out two-season detailed environmental baseline data collection and laboratory analysis to fill information/data gaps (field studies to be supervised by NGPIC)
(2.6) Identify potential and associated impacts prediction, interpretation and evaluation of their significance using appropriate models.
(2.7) Develop effective mitigation, enhancement and control measures
(2. 8) Develop a comprehensive Environmental Management Plan (EMP) which will include remediation, monitoring and decommissioning/abandonment plans.
(2.9) Prepare field report, draft ESIA report final draft and final ESIA reports that conform to the FMEnv’s standards, regulations and guidelines
(2.10) Present project’s Environmental Profile (with the aid of audio-visual) at the project’s Panel Review Meeting
(2.11) Prepare workplace Health & Safety Management plan
(2.12) Prepare an Environmental Audit of each connecting substation
(2.13) Present project’s Environmental Profile (with the aid of audio-visual) at the project’s Panel Review Meeting
(2.14) Settle all fees for Project’s Verification Exercise with Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv) and other required statutory fees for certification EXCEPT Project’s Registration.
(2.15) Provide logistics for client’s staff on site. The Constant shall facilitate the payments of per diem (duty tour allowance) amounts to be paid in respect of client’s staff
(2.16) In addition to the provision of per diem (which is to cover accommodation, meals and incidental expenses), the Consultant will cover the following logistics cost for each of the under listed:
• Movement on commercial airline flights from the relevant Client Staff’s office location to work location as appropriate
• Land transport from home base to airport and airport to work location
(2.17) Develop and recommend mitigation/alternative measures for planned works, environmental monitoring plans during the project development and commission period.
(2.18) Develop preliminary reports acceptable to Federal Ministry of Environment and Directorate of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and obtain Interim Certificate of Clearance from the Regulatory agencies to enable construction works to proceed.
(2.19) Attend to all queries raised by the regulatory agencies
(2.20) Provide Twenty (20) copes of each set of the Draft Reports, Final Reports, and Five (5) e- copies of each report to NGPIC
(2.21) Liaise with the Regulatory agencies and ensure that the various reports are approved and certificate of Clearance is issued with minimum delay
(2.22) Attend all the various stages of hearing on the ESIA draft report, take note of all review issued/raised by the Review Panel and incorporate all review comments in the Final Report. The final Report, which must be acceptable to the Regulatory agencies, shall be Twenty (20) copies and five (5) e- copies
(2.23) Carry out all additional analyses required on account of repairing deficiencies from the Draft Final ESIA Report
(2.24) Carry out other related works
(2.25) Procure and Supply project vehicle (HILUX) with the provision of insurance. The vehicle shall revert to NNPC-GPIC at the end of the project.

The summarized work plan is an highlighted below:
(1) Reconnaissance survey
The ESIA Consultant shall make all payments to facilitate site reconnaissance survey including NNPC/GPIC staff travel allowances, who will be part of the exercise
(2) Payment of project Initial processing fee:
The ESIA Consultant shall make payment of project initial processing fee to the Federal Ministry of Environment on behalf of NGPIC
(3) Consultations (wet and dry season field studies)
All consultations and field samplings shall be undertaken by the ESIA consultants in liaison with staff of NGPIC and all financial expenses to be borne by the consultants
(4) Panel Review:
It shall be the responsibility of the ESIA consultant to organize and sponsor the project’s ESIA panel Review with the Federal Ministry of Environment.
(5) Payment of ESIA certification
The ESIA consultants shall make the following payments to the Federal Ministry of Environment in respect of approval for ESIA certification of the projects as follows:
• Revenue charge
• Operational charge
• Final assessed charge

3.0 PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
NGPIC in Compliance with the provisions of Public Procurement Prospective Act 2007 and Bureau for procurement guidelines request interested companies to submit the detailed requirements is listed below in their pre-qualification bid documents:
(3.1) Full details of company profile with Certificate of Incorporation in Nigeria, certified true copies of memorandum and article of Association of the company and CAC form CO2 and C07 (Particular of Directors)
(3.2) Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2017, 2018 and 2019).
(3.3) Evidence of VAT registration and Remittance
(3.4) Evidence of compliance with part IV. 16(6d) of the Public Procurement Act 2007 as it relates to PENSION (Certificate or exemption from PENCOM) and section 1(2) Pension Reform Act 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund.
(3.5) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund.
(3 6) Audited account for the past three (3) years (2017,2018 & 2019).
(3.7) Nigerian Content plan that demonstrate full utilization of Nigeria Labour and services with detailed description of role, work scope and man-hours in order to achieve minimum target as set out in the requirements of the NOFICD Act 2010.
(3.8) Current and in-place organization structure with detailed experience and skill of key management personnel with names. Provide evidence (personnel list and position organization chart) percentage of management that are Nigerian nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerian.
(3.9) Detail past/present commitment to staff training and development of Nigerian personnel.
(3.10) Evidence of financial capability/ Bank reference
(3.11) Evidence of relevant verifiable work experience on similar service in in Nigeria over the past five (5) years Please attach reference letters
(3.12) List of verifiable similar service detailing companies that the service rendered to Company full contact address (Not PO. Box). Functional phone numbers and e-mail address
(3.13) Confirm willingness to commence with the execution of this service on the basis of a letter of intent (LOI)
(3.14) Company’s CASHES and QA/QC Policy & Details of safety records for accidents, incidents, injuries and damages for the past three years e.g Lost Time Incident, Down-Time etc
(3.15) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(3.16) Any additional information that will enhance the potentials of the company

NOTE: Failure to meet any of 3.1 – 3.6 above is a “FATAL FLAW”

4.0 SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
All prospective companies wishing to express the interest to tender for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) works described in 2.0 above shall submit relevant documentation tor pre- qualification as stipulated in 3.0 above

The requested information and any supporting documents in respect of these requirements should be submitted in ONE original plus TWO hard copies and two electronic copies (CD ROM). The documents which should be in separate packages shall be sealed and clearly marked “PREQUALIFICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) OF THE 1350MW KANO INDEPENDENT POWER PLANT PROJECT AT TIGA, ALONG RURUM RANO ROAD. KANO STATE” and shall reach the address given below, within Six (6) weeks from the date of this advert. (6, October 2020)

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