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SECTION C FORM OF TENDER

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER

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DESCRIPTION FORM OF TENDER TENDER APPENDICES APPENDIX NO. 1 APPENDIX NO. 2 APPENDIX NO. 3 APPENDIX NO. 4 APPENDIX NO. 5 APPENDIX NO. 6 APPENDIX NO. 7 APPENDIX NO. 8 APPENDIX NO. 9 APPENDIX NO. 10 APPENDIX NO. 11 APPENDIX NO. 12 HSE MANAGEMENT MOBILISATION PERIOD ORGANISATION PRODUCTS' LITERATURES AND CATALOGUES SUPPLIER'S COMPLIANCE/DEVIATION FORM OFFICE/FACILITIES OF TENDERER TENDERER'S DETAILS TENDERER'S CHECKLIST BASIS OF PRICING TENDER ON-LINE BIDDING REGISTRATION FORM SECRECY AGREEMENT DECLARATION OF BUSINESS PRINCIPLE PAGE C/1 C/3 C/4 C/15 C/16 C/17 C/18 C/24 C/25 C/26 C/27 C/28 C/29 C/30

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To: The Chairman of the Tender Board, Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad, Seria KB3534, Negara Brunei Darussalam Dear Sir, TENDER NO. : ………………………

Tenderer to complete and submit this page together before completion of on-line bidding

TENDER DESCRIPTION : ……………………………………………………………………………………. 1 We propose to carry out the WORK all as more specifically described elsewhere in the Tender Documents. We confirm that this Tender will be held firm and free of any adjustments whatsoever and open for acceptance for a period of one-hundred and twenty (120) days form the Closing Date of tenders. Our Tender is based upon and incorporates all those AGREEMENT terms and conditions referred to in your Tender Documents along with the Appendices (if any) attached to this FORM OF TENDER. We agree that until both parties execute a formal agreement, this Tender together with your acceptance of it shall be considered a binding agreement between us.

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We agree that the above sumission is for Tender evaluation purposes only and that if our Tender is successful the AREEMENT Price submitted after the On-Line- Bidding will be ascertained solely on the basis of WORK performed under the AGREEMENT valued in accordance with the Unit Rates and Prices included in the SCHEDULE OF PRICES contained under cover of these Documents.

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Duly authorised to sign Tenders for and on behalf of:…………………………………………………….……………….……….……………………………………. ……………………………………………………….…………………….…………………………………….. …………………………………………………………….……….…………………. (Registered Address)

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6 7 8 9 BND……………………………………. Our Tender is based upon and incorporates all those AGREEMENT terms and conditions referred to in your Tender Documents along with the Appendices (if any) attached to this FORM OF TENDER. TENDER NO.(In words.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Tenderer to complete and submit this page together with their breakdown of prices (Section 8) after completion of on-line bidding To: The Chairman of the Tender Board.. Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Page C/2 . Brunei Dollars) …………………….SCHEDULE OF PRICES of the Tender Document. this Tender together with your acceptance of it shall be considered a binding agreement between us. The Total Sum for the duration of the AGREEMENT is calculated on the basis of the Quantities. Unit rates and Prices as specified in Section 8 .……………. Seria KB3534. : ……………………… TENDER DESCRIPTION : ……………………………………………………………………………………. We agree that until both parties execute a formal agreement. Negara Brunei Darussalam Dear Sir. 5 We propose to carry out the WORK all as more specifically described elsewhere in the Tender Documents for the AGREEMENT Price calculated in accordance with the method described under Clause 5 herein. We confirm that this Tender will be held firm and free of any adjustments whatsoever and open for acceptance for a period of one-hundred and twenty (120) days form the Closing Date of tenders.

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Tenderer to complete and submit this page together with their breakdown of prices (Section 8) after completion of on-line bidding We agree that the above sum is for Tender evaluation purposes only and that if our Tender is successful the AREEMENT Price will be ascertained solely on the basis of WORK performed under the AGREEMENT valued in accordance with the Unit Rates and Prices included in the SCHEDULE OF PRICES contained under cover of these Documents.……………………………………..………………….………..……….…………………….……….…………………………………….………. Duly authorised to sign Tenders for and on behalf of:……………………………………………………. Dated this……. : ……………………………………………………………….………………. ……………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………. Signature Name Position Held : ……………………………………………. day of ……………… : ……………………………………………………………….. (Registered Address) Page C/3 ..

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER TENDER APPENDICES Tenderer is requested to complete the following Appendices and is advised that failure to do so may result in its Tender being rejected. inspection or verification if deemed necessary during the evaluation and clarification period by the COMPANY. site audit. *(delete where applicable) Page C/4 . The Appendices shall be arranged in the right order and marked clearly with separators and bind in folder accordingly. COMMERCIAL ( IF OLB)* SECTION 8 – SCHEDULE OF PRICES NOTE : The Tenderer shall confirm its proposal on the FORM OF TENDER included in the Tender Documents and return same together with all other Sections of the Tender Documents. This shall be accompanied by one photocopy of the completed Tender Documents marked "Duplicate". and clearly marked "Original". In the event of award of AGREEMENT. the Tenderer is advised that at the COMPANY's sole discretion. The information and data submitted by Tenderer shall be subject to review. completed as required. some or all of these Tender Appendices will form part of the AGREEMENT APPENDIX TITLE TECHNICAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 HSE MANAGEMENT MOBILISATION PERIOD ORGANISATION PRODUCT LITERATURES AND CATALOGUES SUPPLIER’S COMPLIANCE/DEVIATIONS FORMS OFFICE/FACILITIES OF TENDERER Shall be submitted on Tender Closing Date as part of Technical in ENVELOPE 1 PRE-COMMERCIAL/COMMERCIAL * 7 8 9 10 TENDERER’S DETAILS TENDERER’S CHECKLIST BASIS OF PRICING TENDER OLB REGISTRATION FORM * FORM OF TENDER (FORM’’A’’) SECTION 8 – SCHEDULE OF PRICES ( if not OLB) Shall be submitted on Tender Closing Date as part of PreCommercial* in ENVELOPE 2 11 12 SECRECY AGREEMENT (In Section 1) DECLARATION OF BUSINESS (In Section 1) To be signed and returned within 7 days of receipt of tender document.

minimisation and management of waste? Drugs and alcohol Do you have a drugs and alcohol policy in your organisation? If so. Who has overall and final responsibility for HSE In your organisation? Organisation. Resources. • 2. The questionnaire should be validated by a responsible Contractor line manager prior to submission. Standards and Documentation Organisation . Emphasis should be placed on the need for complete answers substantiated by supporting documentation as far as is practicable.commitment and communication Do you have a focal point in the organisation for HSE. Responses and any supporting documentation must relate specifically to the policy and organisational arrangements of the company that would be the signatory of any contract. The Contractor is encouraged to identify where he exceeds company requirements. classification. does it include preemployment and random testing? Planning and Procedures c) (ii) a) Section 4 (i) a) (ii) a) (iii) a) (vi) a) Section 5 Page C/5 . Provide your company organogram What arrangements does your company have to ensure existing and new staff HSE knowledge is up to date including the worksite Supervisor? (If training is provided please give details of content) What provision does your company make for HSE communication meetings? Assessment of suitability of Subcontractors/ other companies (if applicable) How do you assess HSE competence & record of the Subcontractors and companies with whom you place contracts? Hazards and Effects Management Hazards and effects assessment What techniques are used within your company for the identification. Responsibilities. Questionnaire for Contractor HSE Capability Assessment Section 1 (i) a) Section 2 a) b) Section 3 (i) a) b) Leadership and commitment Commitment to HSE through leadership How are senior managers personally involved in HSE management? Policy and Strategic Objectives Does your company have an HSE policy document? If the answer is YES please attach a copy.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX 1 HSE General guidelines for completion of questionnaire ( Low Risk) • • • The Contractor should cover all (including support) relevant activities and not just those conducted on company sites. assessment. control and mitigation of hazards and effects? Personal protective equipment What PPE do you provide for your personnel? Waste management What systems are in place for identification.

controlled and maintained in a safe working condition? Provide a short overview of your preventative maintenance system. or at other locations by your employees are correctly registered. on-site. Equipment control and maintenance How do you ensure that plant and equipment used within your premises. Implementation and Performance Monitoring Management and performance monitoring of work activities What arrangements does your company have for monitoring of HSE performance? Does your company have a procedure for recording and investigation of incidents Auditing and Review Auditing Do you have a method for the management to carry out simple audits or HSE inspections of contract operations ? HSE Management .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER (i) a) (ii) a) HSE or operations manuals Do you have a document with simple procedures/rules covering HSE issues.Additional Features Does your company have any other HSE features or arrangements not described elsewhere in your response to the questionnaire which you believed that contribute your Company HSE performance? Section 6 (i) a) b) Section 7 (i) a) Section 8 a) Page C/6 .

Questionnaire for Contractor HSE Capability Assessment Section 1 Leadership and commitment (i) a) Commitment to HSE through leadership How are senior managers personally involved in HSE management? b) Provide evidence of commitment at all levels of the organisation? c) How do you promote a positive culture towards HSE matters? Page C/7 . Emphasis should be placed on the need for complete answers substantiated by supporting documentation as far as is practicable. If necessary. • • • 2. The Contractor should be advised to cover all (including support) relevant activities and not just those conducted on company sites.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER 1. The questionnaire should be validated by a responsible Contractor line manager prior to submission. follow-up discussion with the Contractor's management may be needed. Responses and any supporting documentation must relate specifically to the policy and organisational arrangements of the company that would be the signatory of any contract. The Contractor should be encouraged to identify where he exceeds company requirements and this excellence should be recognised. General guidelines for preparation of questionnaire ( Medium & High Risk) • • • • The questionnaire should cover the information required to assess the extent to which HSE and its management are organised by the Contractor. Submissions should be assessed by the scoring mechanism defined in EP Specification ‘Contractor HSE Capability Points System’.

objective-setting and monitoring? b) How is your company structured to manage and communicate HSE effectively? Provide your company organogram c) What provision does your company make for HSE communication meetings? Page C/8 . title and experience. (ii) a) Availability of policy statements to employees Itemise the methods by which you have drawn your policy statement to the attention of all your employees? b) What are your arrangements for advising employees of changes in the policy? Section 3 (i) a) Organisation. Responsibilities.commitment and communication How is management involved in HSE activities. Standards and Documentation Organisation .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Section 2 Policy and Strategic Objectives (i) a) HSE policy documents Does your company have an HSE policy document? If the answer is YES please attach a copy. Resources. b) Who has overall and final responsibility for HSE In your organisation? c) Who is the most senior person in the organisation responsible for this policy being carried out at the premises and on site where his employees are working? Provide name.

please describe the content and duration of courses.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER (ii) Competence and Training of managers/ supervisors/senior site staff/ HSE advisers Have the managers and supervisors at all levels who will plan. oversee and carry out the work received formal HSE training in their responsibilities with respect to conducting work to HSE requirements? If YES please give details. assessed and controlled? (v) HSE qualified staff . asbestos removal. b) If the specialised work involves radioactive. and to keep this knowledge up to date? b) What arrangements does your company have to ensure new employees also have knowledge of your HSE policies and practices? c) What arrangements does your company have to ensure new employees have been instructed and have received information on any specific hazards arising out of the nature of the activities? What training do you provide to ensure that all employees are aware of company requirements? d) What arrangements does your company have to ensure existing staff HSE knowledge is up to date? (If training is provided in-house please give details of content) e) What arrangements does your company have to ensure job competency for those jobs involved in managing HSE hazards and risks. monitor. chemical or other occupational health hazards. (iv) a) Specialised training How have you identified areas of your company's operations where specialised training is required to deal with potential hazards? (Please itemise and provide details of training given). Provide competence/training matrix (iii) a) Competence and General HSE training What arrangements does your company have to ensure new employees have knowledge of basic industrial HSE.additional training Page C/9 . how are the hazards identified. Where the training is given in house.

updating and disseminating standards? Page C/10 .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Does your company employ any staff who possess HSE qualifications that aim to provide training in more than the basic requirements? (vi) a) Assessment of suitability of Subcontractors/ other companies How do you assess: i) HSE competence? ii) HSE record of the Subcontractors and companies with whom you place contracts? b) Where do you spell out the standards you require your Contractors to meet? c) How do you ensure these standards are met and verified? (vii) a) Standards Where do you spell out the HSE performance standards you require to be met? b) How do you ensure these are met and verified? c) How do you identify new industry or regulatory standards that may be applicable to your activities? d) Is there an overall structure for producing.

control and mitigation of hazards and effects? (ii) Exposure of the workforce What systems are in place to monitor the exposure of your workforce to chemical or physical agents? (iii) Handling of chemicals How is your workforce advised on potential hazards (chemicals.) encountered in the course of their work? (iv) Personal protective equipment What arrangements does your company have for provision and upkeep of protective equipment and clothing. minimisation and management of waste? (vi) Drugs and alcohol Do you have a drugs and alcohol policy in your organisation? If so. noise. both standard issue. and that required for specialised activities? (v) Waste management What systems are in place for identification. etc.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Section 4 (i) Hazards and Effects Management Hazards and effects assessment What techniques are used within your company for the identification. classification. assessment. does it include pre-employment and random testing? Page C/11 . radiation.

on-site. Is HSE Critical equipment specifically identified and included in your preventative maintenance system? (iii) Road Safety Management What arrangements does your company have for combating road and vehicle incidents? Section 6 Implementation and Performance Monitoring (i) a) Management and performance monitoring of work activities What arrangements does your company have for supervision and monitoring of performance? b) What type of performance criteria are used in your company. How do you ensure that the working practices and procedures used by your employees on-site are consistently in accordance with your HSE policy objectives and arrangements? b) (ii) Equipment control and maintenance How do you ensure that plant and equipment used within your premises. controlled and maintained in a safe working condition? Provide a short overview of your preventative maintenance system. or at other locations by your employees are correctly registered.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Section 5 Planning and Procedures (i) a) HSE or operations manuals Do you have a company HSE manual (or Operations Manual with relevant sections on HSE) that describes in detail your company approved HSE working practices relating to your work activities? If the answer is YES please attach a copy of supporting documentation. give examples? c) What arrangements does your company have for passing on any results and findings of this supervision and monitoring to your: • Base management? • Site employees? Page C/12 .

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER (ii) HSE performance achievement awards Has your company received any award for HSE performance achievement? (iii) Statutory notifiable incidents /dangerous occurrences Has your company suffered any statutory notifiable incidents in the last five years (safety. Also include the Fatal Accident Rate. regulatory body for HSE or other enforcing authority or been prosecuted under any HSE legislation in the last five years? (If your answer is YES please give details). causes and follow-up preventative measures taken). Lost Time Injuries. please provide the following: Number of Fatalities. most frequent types. Lost Time Injury Frequency and Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRCF) for each year. Lost Workday Cases. b) How is health performance recorded? c) How is environmental performance recorded? d) How often is HSE performance reviewed? By whom? (vi) Incident investigation and reporting Page C/13 . Medical Treatment Cases and Restricted Work Day Cases. occupational health and environmental)? (Answers with details including dates. country. (v) a) HSE performance records Have you maintained records of your incidents and HSE performance for the last five years? (If YES. (iv) Improvement requirement and prohibition notices Has your company suffered any improvement requirement or prohibition notices by the relevant national body. (NOTE: Please include your company definitions of the above-mentioned terms for clarification refer to the OGP Safety Performance Accident Data Report).

communicated to your employees? c) Are near miss safety learning reported? Section 7 (i) a) Auditing and Review Auditing Do you have a written policy on HSE auditing? b) How does this policy specify the standards for auditing (including unsafe act auditing) and the qualifications for auditors? c) Do your company HSE Plans include schedules for auditing and what range of auditing is covered? d) How is the effectiveness of auditing verified and how does management report and follow up audits? Page C/14 . or a relevant incident occurring elsewhere.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER a) Who conducts incident investigations? b) How are the findings following an investigation.

and governmental organisations? (ii) Additional features of your HSE management Does your company have any other HSE features or arrangements not described elsewhere in your response to the questionnaire? Section 9 Company Specific Information Page C/15 .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Section 8 (i) HSE Management .Additional Features Memberships of Associations Describe the nature and extent of your company's participation in relevant industry. trade.

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. Notice required for mobilisation: ____________________ days (in the event of award) Page C/16 . 2 MOBILISATION PERIOD The Tenderer shall state the period it would require from the date upon which the AGREEMENT is awarded (in the event of award of AGREEMENT) to the date which it would be able to commence the WORK.

• • • Page C/17 .key positions should be noted.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. a detailed organisation chart describing the personnel/functions in the execution of the AGREEMENT . details of the organisation of proposed regional and international back-up if any. the position and reporting relationship between the person responsible for the day-to-day management and execution of the proposed AGREEMENT and the senior management. details on how to manage the AGREEMENT by co-ordinators/supervisors including lines of communication to COMPANY personnel. 3 ORGANISATION Tenderer shall include hereunder its Proposed Organisation Chart for undertaking the AGREEMENT up to and showing: • • senior management of the Tenderer.

Tenderer shall submit the following: (a) Products' literatures and catalogues. ( if applicable)* (c) Supporting documented procedures (if applicable)* (d) Evidence of continuity support/supply from TENDERER’s principal.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. Note: *Delete where applicable Page C/18 . ( If applicable)* Failure to submit this document may render the Tenderer’s bid invalid. (b) Letter of Appointment/Representation/Authorisation from the Manufacturer. 4 PRODUCTS' LITERATURES AND CATALOGUES As an integral part of the tender.

SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. Failure to submit this document may render the Tenderer’s bid invalid.5 SUPPLIER'S COMPLIANCE / DEVIATIONS FORM As an integral part of the tender. Page C/19 . Tenderer shall complete and submit the following Vendor's Compliance / Deviations Form.

To be filled in by BSP Minor – 1 week Major – 4 weeks Target Completion Date: Target Completion Date: Page C/20 .: Positive Declaration of Compliance for Review Code and Status . Name/Indicator: Name/Indicator: Name/Indicator: Signature: Signature: Signature: Classification of TBE . Deviation declared with justification Alternative/Vendor’s Offer with detailed description Deviation / Alternative Technically Acceptable Deviation / Alternative Technically Not Acceptable.To be filled in by BSP Code 1 Code 2 Code 3 Code 4 Code 5 Date: Date: Date: Fully conforms.: TITLE: BRUNEI SHELL PETROLEUM COMPANY SENDIRIAN BERHAD COLL NO.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Summary Page COMPANY: PROJECT: PR NO. NO.: EQPT. Technically Acceptable.

Refer Part I / Part II* for list of exception(s) / deviation(s).SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Positive Declaration of Compliance We. take exception(s) / deviation(s) to your specification(s) in respect to the Tender document. Refer Part I / Part II* for list of compliance(s) We. confirm that our offer is in full compliance with your specification(s) in respect to the Tender document. the Manufacturer and Local Vendor. the Manufacturer and Local Vendor. ( * Delete where not applicable ) Manufacturer Name Address : : Signed Date : : Local Vendor Name Address : : Signed Date : : Page C/21 .

Vendors shall furnish detailed description of alternative offer (6) and (7): To be filled in by BSP (3) Conform Code 1 1 2 3 4 5 (4) Deviation Code 2 (5) Alternative/Vendor’s Offer Code 3 (6) TA Code 4 (7) TNA Code 5 Page C/22 .3 5.4 5.5 Note: (3).SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Part I – For Standard Item (1) Item (2) Description Full compliance with the specified manufacturer and country of origin as per TAMAP/AML The packing is in compliance with the requirement specified in the Tender document The time stipulated for the delivery of goods in the Tender document shall be met Scope of supply as per Tender document shall be met Full compliance with SAP buying descriptions and specifications as stated in the Tender document List of deviation(s): 5. (4) and (5): To be filled in by vendors.1 5.2 5.

2 8 8. (6) and (7): To be filled in by BSP Page C/23 .2 12 12.1 4.2 6 6.1 10.1 5.2 5 5. Vendors shall furnish detailed description of alternative offer (1). Equipment Protection and Packing Quality Assurance Requirements Planning and Scheduling Guarantees/Warranty Approved Manufacturer Lists Note: (3).1 1.1 3. (1) Item 1.2 7 7.2 2. Testing and Commissioning Documentation Requirements Spares and Special Tools. 4.2 4.2 10 10.1 9. Standards. 1.1 12. (4) and (5): To be filled in by vendors.1 8. Specifications and Procedures Scope of Supply Technical Requirements Inspection. (2).2 (2) Description General (3) Conform Code 1 (4) Deviation Code 2 (5) Alternative/Vendor’s Offer Code 3 (6) TA Code 4 (7) TNA Code 5 Codes.1 7. 3.2 3.2 9 9.1 6.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER Part II – For Non Standard Item The following is only a guideline and Design Source shall customise it to specific MR requirement.2 11 11.1 2.1 11. 2.

II SAP No 65CADB 67AAAA 67AEAM 68AAGB 68AACA 68APAA 68APAD 68APAG 67XXXX 67XXXX 69ABOA 77XXXX 77XXXX 74XXXX 76XXXX 81XXXX 85XXXX 74XXXX 76XXXX 60SAAA 60DHAA 60JDAA 60JGAA 68AANA 68AJAA 60AAAA 76AAHA 60DAAA 60JDCA 60TJAC 77MDCA 60SDKA 60SAGA 60SAAA 02AAAA 60JGAA 60JAAA 60SDAA Page C/24 .19.30.AB/C/D D/P TX .EA 60.DA 76.XX 74.76.CA 60.Stainless Steel/DupleX (flanges.51.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER EXPLANATORY NOTES The local vendor shall fill in either Part I for standard item or Part II for non-standard item by means of a tick in the appropriate box under “Conform” and “Deviation” headings.71.AA/B/D 60.98.XX.BC 68.23.XX. 500 kVA.98.AB 60. Valves .XX 74.XX 76.60.XX.AA Choke Valves .BA 68.AA 68.XX.60.CA 60. vendor shall provide explanation and/or justification.35. elbow etc) Stud Bolts .AB 67.98.XX 77.XX.Stainless Steel/DupleX Fitting .35. The terms used shall mean the following: Conform Offer fully meets BSP specification(s) Deviation Offer does not fully meet BSP specification(s) Alternative/Vendor’s Offer Offer does not meet BSP specification(s) but an alternative that provides equivalent or better specification is offered. tee.60.GA 68.AA 60.Modular HV Ring Main Unit HV Power Cable LV Power Cable Cable Tray Cable Gland Cable transits Fuse Switch Service Pillars – DB Beam Pump Control Panel Navigation lights 3NM Ball Valve Other valve .76.23.IA/B/C/G 02. In case of no alternative offer. vendor shall provide details under “Alternative/Vendor’s offer” heading.60.35.CA 67.DA 60.73.AA 67.MD.00.36.71.Check/Globe Pipe – Carbon Steel Fitting .XX 81.XX 85.AA 68.DD 77.HA 68.76.36. Vendor shall furnish detailed description.Carbon Steel (flanges. elbow etc) Valves Transmitter Instrument cables FO cables Block & Bleed valves Fittings Orifice plates Pressure switches Mounting stands/plates Actuated Ball Valves Solenoid valves Pilot & Quick EXhaust Valves WHCP Pressure Gauges Pressure Reducing Regulators Positioners Electronic/Smart Prod Group 65 67 67 68 68 68 68 68 67 67 69 77 77 74 76 81 85 74 76 60 60 68 68 60 76 60 60 60 77 60 60 02 60 60 60 Sub-Categories 65.AC 68.51.AE 60.AB 69.QC 67.XX.all types Gaskets Pipe .98.all insulated type) . tee.XX.LD 77. 800 kVA) LV Switchboard (Halyester .39.98. BSP shall fill in “TA” or “TNA” headings accordingly. In case of alternative offer.BA/B 60.32.00.02.AL Press TX .10. TA or TNA Offer and/or alternative/justification is either Technically Acceptable or Not Technically Acceptable Standard Item Items covered under the following Product Groups Item Description Power Transformer (250 kVA.BF MVT – 60.XX General Cont.XX 76.XX.30.

office location and facilities . storage/handling/disposal procedures to an ISO 9001 quality management system. Tenderer shall also supply details of its proposed local facilities covering the following:.transport B. etc. QA/QC.OFFICE/FACILITIES AND OPERATION OF TENDERER NOTE: Supplier’s facilities shall not be located on any BSP concession land. services. Tenderer to provide clear description of all specific technical/HSE roles. yearly HSE/ technical audits) Page C/25 .storage location and details .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX 6 .transport C.office location and facilities .office staff secretarial/clerical . training/support.storage location and details . to be derived from the Paints Manufacturer’s organization in the performance of this Contract (eg.office staff secretarial/clerical . Tenderer shall supply details of its existing local facility(ies) which is/are proposed to be utilised in connection with the proposed contract. warehouse setup/operations. A.:.

:…………………………………………………………………. to which payment should be made (d) Account Name :………………………………………………………………….. .……………………………………………………….…………………………………………………………………. Page C/26 .. discussion regarding this tender (c) Telephone number of contact person :………………………………………………………. .………………………………………………………. .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO.………………………………………………………………….. (2) Tenderer’s Bank: (a) Name of Bank (b) Address of Bank :…………………………………………………………………. (c) Bank Account number :…………………………………………………………………... 7 TENDERER'S DETAILS The Tenderer shall complete and submit the following:- TENDERER'S DETAILS (1) General: (a) Tenderer’s Office address :………………………………………………………. . (b) Tenderer’s contact person for :……………………………………………………….

Bid submitted complies with COMPANY's Terms and Conditions of AGREEMENT in its entirety. USD. 3. Quotations are supported by Material Safety Data Sheet for all materials offered (Document Writer to select as appropriate: Applicable to Hazardous Materials. Failure to submit this document may render the Tenderer’s bid invalid.(Document Writer to select as appropriate: BND. 7. as and when required. 8 TENDERER'S CHECKLIST As an integral part of the tender. Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) ). Tenderer to confirm YES or NO Delete. TENDERER'S CHECKLIST* 1. Tenderer shall complete and submit the following Tenderer's Checklist.………. Product catalogue(s) for all quoted items are submitted. (Tender or OLB – Document Writer to select as appropriate) Closing Date. EUR.. etc).GBP. 5. if it is OLB Note : * Delete where applicable Page C/27 . Quoted Prices are ……. 6.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. Quoted Prices are firm for three (3) years. The validity of Tender shall be for one hundred and twenty (120) days after the . 4. 2. Product Samples will be made available to the COMPANY.

the COMPANY reserves the right to re-tender under new conditions for all or part of the estimated requirements. the COMPANY shall have the right to split the bids based on commercial advantages as it sees fit. The COMPANY prefers to accept complete bids. Optional Clause for OLB Tender: 5. at its sole discretion. the COMPANY reserves the right to re-tender under new conditions for all or part of the estimated requirements. the COMPANY reserves the right to consider its bid invalid.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX 9 . The COMPANY reserves the right. 3. However. The Tenderer shall quote complete bid. In the event that equal tenders are received. Any Tenderer who quotes only part of the scope. Page C/28 . In the event that equal tenders are received.BASIS OF PRICING TENDER 1. 2. to award more than one Agreement as a result of this tender by dividing the scope of supply accordingly. 4.

and as an integral part of the Tender. Failure to submit this document may render the Tenderer’s bid invalid. ON-LINE BIDDING REGISTRATION FORM Pursuant to Appendix 1 of Section B – INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS. 10. the Tenderer shall complete and submit the following On-line Bidding Registration Form.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX NO. SUPPLIER DETAILS ON-LINE BIDDING REGISTRATION FORM FROM: TO: COMPANY: DATE: APPLICANT: NEW / MODIFY (Indicate what is applicable) COMPANY DATA Company Name :* Division/Department : Address 1 :* Address 2 : City :* Postal Code : * Main Phone No :* CONTACT DATA 1 Prefix: (Mr/Ms/Mrs/Dr/Miss) First Name : * Last Name : * Title : E-mail Address : * Phone Number : * CONTACT DATA 2 Prefix: (Mr/Ms/Mrs/Dr/Miss) First Name : * Last Name : * Title : E-mail Address : * Phone Number : * * Denotes required fields Location : State/Province/Region :* Country : * : Web Site URL : Middle Initial : Suffix: (Jr/Sr/II/lll/IV/MD/Phd) : Fax Number : Middle Initial : Suffix: (Jr/Sr/II/lll/IV/MD/Phd) : Fax Number : Page C/29 .

However the ORIGINAL signed copy shall be returned as part of Pre-Commercial / Commercial with the bid in Envelope 2.SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX 11 .SECRECY AGREEMENT In consideration for being invited to tender. Page C/30 . the Tenderer shall comply with and its authorised representative shall sign the Secrecy AGREEMENT which included as Appendix 1 to the Section 1 FORM OF AGREEMENT as per ARTICLE 8 to the same Section and return this by FAX at the fax number given under Clause 8(3) of the Section B – Instructions to Tenderers. within seven (7) days of receipt of Tender Document or Invitation of Tender whichever is earlier.

the Tenderer shall comply with and its authorised representative shall sign the Declaration of Business Principles which included as Appendix 2 to the Section 1 .SECTION C – FORM OF TENDER APPENDIX 12 .DECLARATION OF BUSINESS PRINCIPLES In consideration for being invited to tender.FORM OF AGREEMENT as per ARTICLE 9 to the same Section and return this by FAX at the fax fax number given under Clause 8(3) of the Section B – Instructions to Tenderers. Page C/31 . within seven (7) days of receipt of Tender Document or Invitation of Tender whichever is earlier . However the ORIGINAL signed copy shall be returned as part of Pre-Commercial / Commercial with the bid in Envelope 2.