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Expression of Interest for the Provision of Analyzers for the EACOP project
Worley Europe Limited as EPCM Early Services Contractor for EACOP Project invites experienced and reputable Contractors to express their interest in providing Analysers for installation in both Tanzania and Uganda the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Project. The Republic of Uganda, the Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC), the United Republic of Tanzania and/or Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), as well as other international oil companies partaking in the development of Exploration Areas 1, 1A, 2 and Kingfisher Discovery Area in the Albertine Graben in Uganda or their affiliates will participate in the implementation of the EACOP Project (Potential Pipeline Participants). The EACOP Project development involves the engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of a crude oil export pipeline crossing Uganda and Tanzania and an onshore Marine Terminal in Chongoleani, near Tanga Port in Tanzania.
Interested companies which meet the minimum requirements and have the capacity to provide the goods listed above should express their interest by sending together with the above listed documents an email to EACOPfirstname.lastname@example.org (Max. Email Size: 20 MBs & All documents must be submitted in the English language)
on or before 12 noon London Time, on 7th January 2022.
Companies satisfactorily meeting the above minimum requirements will receive, subject to the signature of a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA), a detailed pre-qualification questionnaire for further evaluation by Company. EACOP project reserves the right not to consider companies that submit an incomplete dossier.
Note: Only pre-qualified companies will receive an invitation to submit their bid in furtherance of the Call for
Tender process. Please note from this week onwards the Expression of Interest ( EOI) advertisements will be issued every Tuesday and Thursday respectively for the EACOP Project.