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Request for EOI for provision of Abrasive

China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering Co., Ltd. (hereinafter abbreviated as CPP) as Pipeline, Feederline & AboveGround Installation Contractor for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Project invites experienced and reputable contractors to express their interest in providing abrasive to the EACOP Project.
The EACOP Project involves the construction and operation of an underground and cross-border pipeline to transport crude oil for export to international markets. The pipeline will run from Kabaale, Hoima District in Uganda to the Chongoleani peninsula near Tanga in Tanzania. The length of the pipeline is 1,443 km, of which 1,147 km will be in Tanzania.
Companies which have the ability, capacity, and resources to implement the activities listed above should express their
interest by sending together with the documents stated in the above section through an email to supplierdata1@cpptz.com (Max. Email Size: 20 MBs, all documents must be submitted in the English language) on or before 24:00 hours East African Time (EAT), on 25th August 2023. The subject of the email should be “EOI for CPP-PROC-TZ-043-0810-FF-COMPANY NAME”. CPP reserves the right not to consider companies that submit an incorrect email subject and the incorrect format of Appendix 1 and 2.
The format of the required documents and relevant technical requirements which are mentioned in Minimum Requirements should be downloaded from EACOP’s website ( https://eacop.com/opportunities-by-main-construction-contractors/china-petroleum-pipeline-engineering-co-ltd/). Note: CPP will review and assess the documents provided by companies that have expressed interest in accordance with this EOI and conduct evaluations based on internal criteria to determine which companies will be included in the list of pre-qualified companies. Only the pre-qualified companies will receive, by signing a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), an invitation to bid as a continuation of the call for tender process. CPP reserves the right at its sole discretion to make the decision to select or reject a company and maintain its decision.