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Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting

Energinet.dk (‘ENDK’) | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 17, 2017
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NGVL and ENDK (the ‘Employers’) are jointly developing an HVDC interconnector between the United Kingdom and Denmark (the ‘Interconnector’). This notice concerns the award of one or more contracts for the detailed design, engineering, procurement, manufacture, installation, construction, testing, commissioning, spares provision, operational handover and maintenance of an interconnector between the UK and Denmark.

The procurement is structured in 7 lots consisting of:

1. lot 1 — HVDC MIND Cables underground UK.

2. lot 2 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine UK.

3. lot 3 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine NL & DE.

4. lot 4 — HVDC MIND Cables submarine DK.

5. lot 5 — HVDC MIND Cables underground DK.

6. lot 6 — HVDC XLPE Cables underground and submarine UK, NL, DE, DK.

7. lot 7 — HVDC VSC Converters UK & DK.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 55km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils works, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers' submissions must include Transition Joints (as defined in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for both Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 230km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 2.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for both Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 195km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 3.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits individual compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 210km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, as more fully described in the Tender Documents. All installation is included in Lot 4.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as more fully described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution. Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commisioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525 kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tender for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 76km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils work, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as described in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end to end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV MIND and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables and accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 1 or Lot 5 must also submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1 and 5. Any Tenderer who submits compliant tenders for Lots 2-4 must submit individual compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit compliant tenders for Lots 1-5. In addition to these requirements Tenderers may submit a combined compliant tender for any combination of Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

Two HVDC cable poles over a total route length of approximately 768km, forming part of a connection between two HVDC converters (UK and DK) and capable of delivering 1400MW at the receiving end, excluding the underground civils works but including all submarine installation works, as more fully described in the Tender Documents.

Tenderers submissions must include Transition Joints (as defined in the Tender Documents) to adjacent cable lots allowing interconnection of a final end-to-end solution.

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The HVDC cable technology is 525kV XLPE and Tenderers must note that the cable system (cables + accessories, including factory joints and Transition Joints) proposed in their design must have been PQ tested in accordance with Cigre TB 496 and type tested in accordance with Cigre Electra 189 and 171 before the award of the contract.

Any Tenderer who submits a compliant tender for Lot 6 must also submit a compliant tender for Lots 1-5. All Tenderers despite the number of lots or combination of lots must provide a submission in respect of transition joints as an option to each Lot. The Employers reserve the right to award (i) Lot 1 and Lot 5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers; (ii) Lots 1-5 to the same Tenderer or to separate Tenderers or any combination of Tenderers; (iii) a single contract for Lot 6; or (iv) not to award any contract. The Employers reserve the right to award Lots 1 to 5 (whether to the same Tenderer or separate Tenderer or any combination of Tenderers) as an end-to-end solution or to award a single contract for Lot 6 as an end-to-end solution.

— Design, delivery, installation and commissioning of all electrical equipment for the 1400MW @ +/- 525kV Bipol VSC converter stations in DK and UK — from connection to AC substation to the DC cable termination

— Civil design and works (etc. all required buildings and foundations) in DK and UK.

— Commissioning and testing of the Interconnector

— HVAC cable in the UK

Submissions must include detailed delivery plans/programmes clearly demonstrating how production and installation will be achieved to ensure full commissioning of the Interconnector by December 2022. The Contract also includes a warranty and maintenance period of a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 10 years.

The Employers reserve the right to award a single contract in respect of Lot 7 or not to award any contract.

Opstilling af metalkonstruktioner 2016/S 027-044260

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 11, 2016
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Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted

household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW).

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG

Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology

for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for

utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the

making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of

household waste per year, or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience core process internal referred to as Lot 2, which consists

of following main processes:

2.1 Waste inlet handling;

2.2 The REnescience reactor part;

2.3 Separation and Bioliquid Treatment;

2.4 2D Treatment;

2.5 3D Treatment.

The Processes 2.1 to 2.5 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, securing a handling, treatment and

separation of MSW to levels specified in the coming call for tender material.

Regarding 2.1) Waste inlet handling.

The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for handling the incoming municipal

household waste, and thus preparing it for readily treatment within the reactor part. This process will

comprise equipment enabling exposure of organic bagged MSW — such as a bag opening device — and a

number of conveying systems, enabling transport of MSW to the REnescience reactor part (refer to 2.2. below).

Regarding 2.2) The REnescience reactor part

The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for an enzymatic treatment of the exposed

MSW. This process will comprise two or more parallel reactor lines, each consisting of a reactor infeed, a

reactor, and a treated waste buffer section enabling pH adjustment / water supply and pH regulation, enzymatic

treatment and solid de-watering, respectively.

The reactor part basic design details will be provided by DONG Energy as a proposal for the final design. The

infeed section, and the reactor lines are to be manufactured in stainless steel due to high load (waste mixed with

process water), abrasion, and corrosive environment (each reactor are horizontal installed circular vessels with a diameter of app.

5 meters, and a length of 50 meters, which during operational conditions are heated to app. 50-60 oC, rotating 1

rpm).

Regarding 2.3) Separation and Bioliquid Treatment.

The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper separation of the semi-wet

waste into the three fractions; bioliquid, 2D and 3D materials. In addition, a separation of batteries and other

unwanted rejects from the bioliquid will be required. Subsequent to the separation steps, the bioliquid will still

contain unwanted materials — such as sand and glass particles (inert material). These inert solid materials will

need to be separated from the bioliquid by means of an appropriate inert separator, before leading the bio liquid

to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a seperate tender — referred to as Lot 3). Equipment relevant to the inert

separation process is included in this tender as an option, however it will also be included as an option to the tender for the AD-plant,

while it must be an integrated part of either this LOT or as a part of the connected AD Plant.

Regarding 2.4) 2D Treatment.

The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 2D materials — e.g. plastic,

textiles etc. The plastic fraction will need a specific level of cleanliness. The 2D textiles are to be

separated from the plastic fraction, and led to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 3).

The entire REnescience process will recycle and clean the water used for the washing process to a level,

where accumulation of e.g. salts are prevented. The cleaning of water is taking place in the waste water

treatment (WWT-plant, part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 4), however for the 2D treatment it is relevant to inform

that the washing process will take place using ‘dirty water’ (cleaned process water from the WWT-plant) in the beginning of the process and fresh

water at the end of the 2D washing process.

Regarding 2.5) 3D Treatment.

The delivery will consist of all electro mechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 3D materials made

out of plastic and metals. The metal 3D-fraction is to separated from the remaining 3D fraction. The remaining

3D materials will consist of plastic, which is to be washed to a specific level of cleanliness. The 3D

materials (plastic and metals) are to be stored at appropriate storage facilities (outside scope of this Lot).

Options.

Following items are expected to be tendered as an option:

— Gas fired boiler or Heat pump for supply of process heat;

— Compressed air supply;

— Cleaning system;

— Service and maintenance contract.;

— Inert separation step (ref. sub-process 2.3 above);

— A 3rd reactor line incl. all required systems.

Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts

are tendered as 1 tender in Netherlands (Lot 2 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in

several lots):

A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to

the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market:

— DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG

Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to

form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be

prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract.

B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and

the tenderers:

— Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange

of signals. Managing and controlling these — if tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the

technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk,

is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization.

— In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes,

systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase.

Some processes/systems are physically located on top of each other, and some are statically, and process wise

dependent, whereas the time schedule would be affected, due to a significantly extended time for completion.

C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts.

— The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste handling system, comprising various complex

mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen

as a separate single standing systems.

— If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements

for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require

a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact

on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or

alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business

case.

Basically, tendering Lot 2 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered the core

of the facility, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to

have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract

and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the

innovative nature of the core of the facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The

Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk

perspective.

General info:

Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness

and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the

power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for

guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

RSC Cure NL Lot 2 — January 2016.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted

household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW).

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG

Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology

for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for

utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the

making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of

household waste per year, or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience core process internal referred to as Lot 2, which consists

of following main processes:

2.1 Waste inlet handling;

2.2 The REnescience reactor part;

2.3 Separation and Bioliquid Treatment;

2.4 2D Treatment;

2.5 3D Treatment.

The Processes 2.1 to 2.5 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, securing a handling, treatment and

separation of MSW to levels specified in the coming call for tender material.

Regarding 2.1) Waste inlet handling.

The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for handling the incoming municipal

household waste, and thus preparing it for readily treatment within the reactor part. This process will

comprise equipment enabling exposure of organic bagged MSW — such as a bag opening device — and a

number of conveying systems, enabling transport of MSW to the REnescience reactor part (refer to 2.2. below).

Regarding 2.2) The REnescience reactor part

The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for an enzymatic treatment of the exposed

MSW. This process will comprise two or more parallel reactor lines, each consisting of a reactor infeed, a

reactor, and a treated waste buffer section enabling pH adjustment / water supply and pH regulation, enzymatic

treatment and solid de-watering, respectively.

The reactor part basic design details will be provided by DONG Energy as a proposal for the final design. The

infeed section, and the reactor lines are to be manufactured in stainless steel due to high load (waste mixed with

process water), abrasion, and corrosive environment (each reactor are horizontal installed circular vessels with a diameter of app.

5 meters, and a length of 50 meters, which during operational conditions are heated to app. 50-60 oC, rotating 1

rpm).

Regarding 2.3) Separation and Bioliquid Treatment.

The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper separation of the semi-wet

waste into the three fractions; bioliquid, 2D and 3D materials. In addition, a separation of batteries and other

unwanted rejects from the bioliquid will be required. Subsequent to the separation steps, the bioliquid will still

contain unwanted materials — such as sand and glass particles (inert material). These inert solid materials will

need to be separated from the bioliquid by means of an appropriate inert separator, before leading the bio liquid

to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a seperate tender — referred to as Lot 3). Equipment relevant to the inert

separation process is included in this tender as an option, however it will also be included as an option to the tender for the AD-plant,

while it must be an integrated part of either this LOT or as a part of the connected AD Plant.

Regarding 2.4) 2D Treatment.

The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 2D materials — e.g. plastic,

textiles etc. The plastic fraction will need a specific level of cleanliness. The 2D textiles are to be

separated from the plastic fraction, and led to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 3).

The entire REnescience process will recycle and clean the water used for the washing process to a level,

where accumulation of e.g. salts are prevented. The cleaning of water is taking place in the waste water

treatment (WWT-plant, part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 4), however for the 2D treatment it is relevant to inform

that the washing process will take place using ‘dirty water’ (cleaned process water from the WWT-plant) in the beginning of the process and fresh

water at the end of the 2D washing process.

Regarding 2.5) 3D Treatment.

The delivery will consist of all electro mechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 3D materials made

out of plastic and metals. The metal 3D-fraction is to separated from the remaining 3D fraction. The remaining

3D materials will consist of plastic, which is to be washed to a specific level of cleanliness. The 3D

materials (plastic and metals) are to be stored at appropriate storage facilities (outside scope of this Lot).

Options.

Following items are expected to be tendered as an option:

— Gas fired boiler or Heat pump for supply of process heat;

— Compressed air supply;

— Cleaning system;

— Service and maintenance contract.;

— Inert separation step (ref. sub-process 2.3 above);

— A 3rd reactor line incl. all required systems.

Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts

are tendered as 1 tender in Netherlands (Lot 2 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in

several lots):

A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to

the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market:

— DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG

Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to

form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be

prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract.

B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and

the tenderers:

— Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange

of signals. Managing and controlling these — if tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the

technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk,

is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization.

— In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes,

systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase.

Some processes/systems are physically located on top of each other, and some are statically, and process wise

dependent, whereas the time schedule would be affected, due to a significantly extended time for completion.

C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts.

— The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste handling system, comprising various complex

mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen

as a separate single standing systems.

— If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements

for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require

a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact

on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or

alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business

case.

Basically, tendering Lot 2 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered the core

of the facility, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to

have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract

and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the

innovative nature of the core of the facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The

Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk

perspective.

General info:

Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness

and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the

power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for

guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

RSC Cure NL LOT 2.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
45223110, 45223210, 45223800, 45252210, 45253000, 42921000, 42920000, 42910000, 42993200, 42996000, 42996200, 42996300, 42996500, 42996700, 42996800, 71320000, 71300000

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW). DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling. The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of household waste per year, or 15 t/h. This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience core process internal referred to as LOT 2, which consists of following main processes: 2.1 Waste inlet handling. 2.2 The REnescience reactor part. 2.3 Separation and Bioliquid Treatment. 2.4 2D Treatment. 2.5 3D Treatment. The Processes 2.1 to 2.5 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, securing a handling, treatment and separation of MSW to levels specified in the coming call for tender material. Regarding 2.1) Waste inlet handling. The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for handling the incoming municipal household waste, and thus preparing it for readily treatment within the reactor part. This process will comprise equipment enabling exposure of organic bagged MSW — such as a bag opening device — and a number of conveying systems, enabling transport of MSW to the REnescience reactor part (refer to 2.2. below). Regarding 2.2) The REnescience reactor part. The delivery will consist of all electromechanical equipment required for an enzymatic treatment of the exposed MSW. This process will comprise two or more parallel reactor lines, each consisting of a reactor infeed, a reactor, and a treated waste buffer section enabling pH adjustment / water supply and pH regulation, enzymatic treatment and solid dewatering, respectively. The reactor part basic design details will be provided by DONG Energy as a proposal for the final design. The infeed section, and the reactor lines are to be manufactured in stainless steel due to high load (waste mixed with process water), abrasion, and corrosive environment (each reactor are horizontal installed circular vessels with a diameter of app. 5 meters, and a length of 50 meters, which during operational conditions are heated to app. 50-60 oC, rotating 1 rpm). Regarding 2.3) Separation and Bioliquid Treatment. The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper separation of the semi-wet waste into the three fractions; bioliquid, 2D and 3D materials. In addition, a separation of batteries and other unwanted rejects from the bioliquid will be required. Subsequent to the separation steps, the bioliquid will still contain unwanted materials — such as sand and glass particles (inert material). These inert solid materials will need to be separated from the bioliquid by means of an appropriate inert separator, before leading the bio liquid to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a seperate tender — referred to as Lot 3). Equipment relevant to the inert separation process is included in this tender as an option, however it will also be included as an option to the tender for the AD-plant, while it must be an integrated part of either this LOT or as a part of the connected AD Plant. Regarding 2.4) 2D Treatment. The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 2D materials — e.g. plastic, textiles etc. The plastic fraction will need a specific level of cleanliness. The 2D textiles are to be separated from the plastic fraction, and led to the anaerobic digester (AD-plant — which is a part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 3). The entire REnescience process will recycle and clean the water used for the washing process to a level, where accumulation of e.g. salts are prevented. The cleaning of water is taking place in the waste water treatment (WWT-plant, part of a separate tender — referred to as Lot 4), however for the 2D treatment it is relevant to inform that the washing process will take place using ‘dirty water’ (cleaned process water from the WWT-plant) in the beginning of the process and fresh water at the end of the 2D washing process. Regarding 2.5) 3D Treatment. The delivery will consist of all electro mechanical equipment required for a proper cleaning of 3D materials made out of plastic and metals. The metal 3D-fraction is to separated from the remaining 3D fraction. The remaining 3D materials will consist of plastic, which is to be washed to a specific level of cleanliness. The 3D materials (plastic and metals) are to be stored at appropriate storage facilities (outside scope of this LOT). Options. Following items are expected to be tendered as an option: — Gas fired boiler or Heat pump for supply of process heat. — Compressed air supply. — Cleaning system. — Service and maintenance contract. — Inert separation step (ref. sub-process 2.3 above). — A 3rd reactor line incl. all required systems. Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 2 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots): A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market: — DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract. B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers: — Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange of signals. Managing and controlling these — if tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization. — In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes, systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase. Some processes/systems are physically located on top of each other, and some are statically, and process wise dependent, whereas the time schedule would be affected, due to a significantly extended time for completion. C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts: — The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste handling system, comprising various complex mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen as a separate single standing systems. — If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case. Basically, tendering LOT 2 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered the core of the facility, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the innovative nature of the core of the facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk perspective. General info: Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the power consumption, and warranty period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warranties will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

RSC Cure NL Lot 4.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
42996900, 42996600, 45252127, 42996700, 42996800

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW). DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling. The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of household waste per year or 15 t/h. This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience Waste Water Treatment plant (WWT), referred to as LOT 4, which comprise following main processes: 4.1 Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning; 4.2 Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage; 4.3 Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities. The Processes 3.1 to 3.3 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, representing the system AD-plant. Regarding 4.1) Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning. The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required for receiving, aerating and conditioning the liquefied digestate (liquid/solid slurry at this stage). The purpose of this process is to aerate and successively remove heavy metals from the digestate by means of e.g. dosage of polymer and flocculation chemicals. The delivery will consist of the unit operations aeration and sludge conditioning as well as delivery of equipment for storage and dosing of polymers and flocculation chemicals. The requirement of an aeration stage is however a decision to be made by a potential bidder in order to conform with the required performance demands. Regarding 4.2). Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage. The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required in order to achieve an efficient solid/liquid separation of the digestate and appropriate storage facilities for the solids and liquid. The solids are to be stored prior to removal from the plant. As for the liquid storage, the REnescience plant is to recycle the water into the REnescience core scope (Lot 2). Hence, a digestate buffer tank is to be included in the supply. Regarding 4.3). Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities. From the digestate buffer tank, a fraction of the liquid is returned to lot 2 and the remaining digestate is led to the evaporation units. The delivery comprise all electro mechanical equipment required in order to achieve a controlled split between the 2 streams, and to secure an efficient evaporation in order to produce zero salinity water to be returned to lot 2. Furthermore, clean water and brine buffer tanks shall be included in the scope of a potential supplier. Options. Following items are expected to be tendered as an option: — Service and maintenance contract. General: Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material. Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 4 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots): A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market: — DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract. B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers: — Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange of signals — and they are all process steps in an integrated water treatment process. Managing and controlling these — it tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization; — In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes, systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase. C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts. — The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste water treatment system, comprising various complex process-, mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen as a separate single standing systems and/or tanks. — If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case. Basically, tendering Lot 4 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered as ‘1 process system’, which is available on the market, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the innovative nature of the entire facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk perspective.

RSC Cure NL Lot 4 — March 2016.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published March 8, 2016  -  Deadline March 18, 2016
cpvs
42996900, 42996600, 45252127, 42996700, 42996800

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted

household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW).

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V.

The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling.

The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 t of household waste per year, or 15 t/h.

This pre-qualification is specific to the REnescience Waste Water Treatment plant (WWT), referred to as LOT 4, which comprise following main processes:

4.1 Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning.

4.2 Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage.

4.3 Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities.

The Processes 3.1 to 3.3 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, representing the system AD-plant.

Regarding 4.1) Digestate aeration and sludge conditioning.

The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required for receiving, aerating and conditioning the liquefied digestate (liquid/solid slurry at this stage). The purpose of this process is to aerate and successively remove heavy metals from the digestate by means of e.g. dosage of polymer and flocculation chemicals. The delivery will consist of the unit operations aeration and sludge conditioning as well as delivery of equipment for storage and dosing of polymers and flocculation chemicals. The requirement of an aeration stage is however a decision to be made by a potential bidder in order to conform with the required performance demands.

Regarding 4.2) Digestate phase separation, reject holding tank and solid digestate storage.

The delivery comprise all electromechanical equipment required in order to achieve an efficient solid/liquid separation of the digestate and appropriate storage facilities for the solids and liquid. The solids are to be stored prior to removal from the plant. As for the liquid storage, the REnescience plant is to recycle the water into the REnescience core scope (Lot 2). Hence, a digestate buffer tank is to be included in the supply.

Regarding 4.3) Liquid digestate evaporation unit(s) and water and brine storage facilities.

From the digestate buffer tank, a fraction of the liquid is returned to lot 2 and the remaining digestate is led to the evaporation units. The delivery comprise all electro mechanical equipment required in order to achieve a controlled split between the two streams, and to secure an efficient evaporation in order to produce zero salinity water to be returned to lot 2. Furthermore, clean water and brine buffer tanks shall be included in the scope of a potential supplier

Options

Following items are expected to be tendered as an option:

— Service and maintenance contract.

General:

Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material.

Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 4 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots):

A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market:

— DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract.

B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers:

— Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange of signals — and they are all process steps in an integrated water treatment process. Managing and controlling these — it tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization.

— In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes, systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase.

C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts.

— The processes represent an interconnected integrated waste water treatment system, comprising various complex process-, mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen as a separate single standing systems and/or tanks.

— If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case.

Basically, tendering LOT 4 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered as ‘one process system’, which is available on the market, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the innovative nature of the entire facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk perspective.

Road-maintenance materials

Energinet.dk | Published January 31, 2015  -  Deadline February 12, 2015
cpvs
44113900, 44171000, 45110000, 45500000

Energinet.dk uses steel plates for large and small construction projects (electricity and gas) when in operation and maintenance tasks must be established routes and jobs. 20 000 plates used primarily as a land portfolio on larger projects. The Contracting Authority wishes to provide 3-year framework agreements concerning. rental and handling of steel plates as follows: Lot 1 - major projects: Allocation of the individual contract of each project is done by the cascade model. It should be noted that companies can prequalify for this lot must: Suppliers seeking pre-qualification, must submit with his application documentation for the current stock of plates. Further information can be downloaded from the Competition & Consumer Agency's website: http://www.kfst.dk/Indhold-KFST/Nyheder/Pressemeddelelser/2014/20140617-Konsortier- and competition rules? Tc = 55C87F3CA1004F18A12634D758AB17C4 Energinet.dk assumes no responsibility for the guidance of the content. See preliminary region divided forecast below, which however may fluctuate both upward as downward in terms of the agreements, as well as numerically. Lot 2, 3, 4, 5 - small projects: awarded by the cascade model for each of the four regions where bidders are free to choose to bid for one or more lots. It should be noted that companies can prequalify for this lot must: Suppliers seeking pre-qualification, must submit with his application documentation for the current stock of plates. For both types of contracts applies to the award of the contract sheets for each project will be done in good time so that the supplier awarded the framework contract, so plan plates are released to the individual projects. The total acquisition purchased for a period of 3 years from the framework agreement signed with the possibility of renewal for 1 + 1 years. It must be clearly stated in the request, the lots for each supplier requesting prequalification on. Examples / forecast of needs: The numbers represent the time where there is the highest number plates on the project at a time - will be ups and downs, respectively. start and end of each project, and each project has not yet been finally adopted. 10-15% of the following numbers: Starts up in Southern Denmark: JFK (Jutland / Funen cable RIP) Region of Southern Denmark - start Q1 2016 Q4 2016 - number 12 000 paragraph. South Denmark: Q1-Q3 2015: 10 000 paragraphs. Cobra Cable: Cable Project Region of Southern Denmark - Fano: 2017: Q3-Q4: 4000 paragraph. - South: 2018: Q1-Q3: 6000 paragraph. Starts up in the Region of Central or South Denmark: Region Mid / Syddk.- Q1 2015 Q4, 2015: Number 12 000 paragraph. Q1 2016-Q4, 2016: Number 8 000 paragraph. Starts up in Region Zealand: KF (Krigers Flak): Cable laying to wind Zealand - 2016: Q3 and Q4: 2500 paragraph. 2017: Q2-Q4: 10 000 pieces. 2018: Q2-Q4: 5 000. 2 months 2 months 2 months Carnarvon-Vejleå: 2017: 1 000. Eng garden Brygge: 2016: Q2: 500 pcs. in Roskilde Fjord - New road - 2015: Q1: 1 500 pcs. 2016: Q2: 1 500 pcs. Fehmarn Belt: 2015-2016: 1 000. plates from Q4 2015 Q4 2016 middle): TMS (Thy Mother / Salling): New Construction Region North / Central: Starting subproject 1: Q2, 2015 - number: 20 000 pieces. the rest of 2015, Startup subproject 2: Q1 2015 Q4, 2015 - number 17 000 paragraph. Bulbjerg / Tjele: Renovation Region North: 2 months Summer 2016: 20 000 pieces. - Q2-Q4 6-9 months

RSC Cure NL Lot 3.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published December 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 11, 2016
cpvs
38431100, 38543000, 42113390, 48920000, 45255800

Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. has decided to establish a plant for a complete handling of unsorted household waste (Municipal Solid Waste — MSW). DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S will be responsible for the execution of the project on behalf of Cure DONG Energy REnescience B.V. The project, RSC Cure NL will be based on DONG Energy's REnescience Technology, which is a technology for treatment of unsorted household waste. The purpose of the process is sorting and refining the waste for utilization in the production of bioliquid for biogas production, 2D material such as folios of e.g. plastics for the making of RDF and 3D materials such as bottles and cans for the purpose of re-cycling. The plant will be established in Eindhoven, Holland, and will be designed with a capacity of 120 000 ton of household waste per year, or 15 t/h. This pre-qualification is specific to the AD-Plant, referred to as LOT 3, which comprise following main processes: 3.1 Storage facility for bioliquid 3.2 Calamity storage facility for bioliquid΄΄ 3.3 Gas generation facility. The Processes 3.1 to 3.3 described above are to be connected to one functional unit, representing the system AD-plant. Regarding 3.1) and 3.2). Storage facilities for bioliquid. The delivery will comprise all electromechanical equipment required for receiving, storing and pumping the bioliquid into the anaerobic digester. A calamity storage facility is likewise chosen to be a part of the delivery in order to accommodate a high demand of availability. A potential bidder is to consider that 2D materials made of textiles from the REnescience core technology (lot 2) are to be handled and stored in both facilities for the purpose of anaerobic digestion in the gas generation facility. Regarding 3.3). The gas generation facility (the anaerobic digester) The delivery will consist of all electro mechanical equipment required for anaerobic digestion of the bioliquid with the purpose of an optimised yield of gas production. The digestate is to be recycled into the waste water treatment plant (Lot 4) for the purpose of extracting and recycling the water in the REnescience core process (Lot 2). Options. Following items are expected to be tendered as an option: — Inert separator upstream of the storage facilities in order to take out solids such as sand and glass particles from the bioliquid — Service and maintenance contract. General: Potential suppliers shall expect an explicit requirement from DONG Energy in relation to the system robustness and high degree of availability. Further specific requirements in relation to guarantees for the functionality, the power consumption, and warrantee period relevant for this sort of equipment will apply. Specific demands for guarantees, bonds and warrantees will be specified in the Call for Tender Material. Justification for tendering the contract as a single contract, can be substantiated by addressing the three criteria that should be taken into account when contracts are tendered as one tender in Netherlands (LOT 3 is only a part of the RSC Cure NL project, which is being tendered in several lots): A) The composition of the relevant market and the influence of the combination of the contacts on the access to΄the contract for a sufficient number of (smaller and mid-sized) companies in that market: — DONG Energy sets out no specific requirements to the financial capabilities of the applicant, whereas DONG Energy also urge SME's to apply for Pre-Qualification. It is allowed for smaller and mid-sized companies to form consortia, which will help them comply with the requirements to provide guarantees and bonds, as will be prescribed in the commercial conditions of the contract. B) The organisational consequences and risks of the combination of the contracts for the contracting entity and the tenderers: — Each of the mentioned processes, represent multiple cross-process related interfaces, relations, and exchange of signals — and they are all process steps in an integrated bioconversion process. Managing and controlling these — it tendered as separate lots — would be possible, however the technical risk profile for the project execution would increase significantly, and the only way to mitigate this risk, is to set out high requirements to resource allocation within the DONG Energy organization. — In the project execution phase, due to the technical complexity and the overlap of the various processes, systems and hardware, it would be extremely challenging coordinating the erection-, and commissioning phase. C) The extent of connectedness of the contracts. — The processes represent an interconnected integrated biogas-system, comprising various complex process-, mechanical-, electrical-, control- and monitoring interfaces, whereas the respective processes cannot be seen as a separate single standing systems and/or tanks. — If — hypothetically — the above mentioned processes were tendered as separate packages, the requirements for the process and media control at each interface would be unrealistically high. Each interface would require a fixed definition on media data, process parameters, monitoring, etc. This would cause an immediate impact on the project complexity and CAPEX, as the potential suppliers either would decline applying for the PQ, or alternatively increase the price capitalized by the risk, which potentially could compromise the project business case. Basically, tendering Lot 3 as one integrated system, is based on the fact that the scope is considered as ‘one process system’, which is available on the market, where interfaces between sub-systems are crucial. It is important for the Contracting Entity to have clear system and process responsibility both in terms of responsibility of functionality during the contract and in terms of time during the construction phase. This can be ensured with a single contractor. Further, the innovative nature of the entire facility supports that the contract can be tendered as a single contract. The Contracting entity consider the scope of the contract as being a single contract from a process, market and risk perspective.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Energinet.dk | Published January 15, 2015  -  Deadline January 30, 2015
cpvs
79400000, 79410000

Energinet.dk wants to conclude a framework agreement for management consulting services with 4 companies. Energinet.dk has ongoing need to involve management consultants for solving various tasks of both short and long-term nature in both types of construction projects. The work is organized from time to time depending on the nature and scope, time, priorities, resources, etc. Task types that vary from time to time, can generally be summarized under the following headings: Strategy and business (example: strategy analysis), Business Processes and efficiency (for example: process analysis) and systems and control (for example: Accounting). Expected revenue of the framework agreement during its life: approximately 50 million DKK. Tasks under this framework agreement is awarded for major assignments after re-exposure to competition (mini-tender) and for small tasks via a cascade model. This will be further clarified in the contract documents.

Civil engineering consultancy services

Boligkontoret Fredericia | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
cpvs
71311000

A group of three social housing organizations want to enter into parallel framework agreements with eight total advisers, without set the advisor, broken down into: A) four architectural firms and B) four engineering companies - on the fulfillment of tasks over the next four years. Tasks will be allocated through implementation of mini-tender involving either all the companies that are entered into parallel framework agreements with, or distributed on A) architect / B) engineering firms whose job mainly consists of architectural or engineering advice. There is, for the period set aside budget for acc. Below (project cost): renovation / conversion: 1,479,000,000 DKK. New construction: 495 000 000 kr.

Produkter fra landbrug, husdyrbrug, fiskeri og skovbrug samt lignende produkter 2015/S 243-442572

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
03000000, 09000000, 14000000, 15000000, 16000000, 18000000, 19000000, 22000000, 24000000, 30000000, 31000000, 32000000, 33000000, 34000000, 35000000, 37000000, 38000000, 39000000, 41000000, 42000000, 43000000, 44000000, 48000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419839. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom; This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany. The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be adressed to windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH; Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Pre-qualification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

Bygge- og anlægsarbejder 2015/S 243-442477

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
45000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419764. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom; This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany. The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be adressed to: windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH; Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Pre-qualification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

Reparations- og vedligeholdelsestjenester 2015/S 243-442662

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published December 16, 2015
cpvs
50000000, 51000000, 55000000, 60000000, 63000000, 64000000, 65000000, 66000000, 70000000, 71000000, 72000000, 73000000, 75000000, 76000000, 77000000, 79000000, 80000000, 85000000, 90000000, 92000000, 98000000

This notice is an extension of the notice 2014/S 238-419923. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries have chosen to use a qualification system framework in cooperation with Achilles (who operates the systems) to search for vendors relevant for supporting development, construction and operation of offshore wind farms. Achilles' qualification systems are used for suppliers by utilities in the power generation, transmission and distribution, nuclear, water, telecom and gas industries. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries currently use three qualification systems: — Sellihca: All our global categories as well as locals in Scandinavia; — Connexio: Local categories in Germany; — UVDB: Local categories in the United Kingdom. This notice relates to the use of Connexio, which will be used as the qualification system for wind farm projects in Germany within the The exemptions reflect the fact that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries, as mentioned above, only make use of the qualification system Connexio in connection with local categories in Germany. Further information about global and local categories in DONG Energy Wind Power A/S can be found on our webpage: http://www.dongenergy.com/SiteCollectionDocuments/about_us/procurement/Wind_Power_procurement_Category_definition.pdf and questions about DONG Energy Wind Power's definition of procurement categories and use of qualification systems provided by Achilles group should be addressed to windpowersupplier@dongenergy.com by email marked ‘Supplier Qualification System’. It must be noted that DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries who subscribe to Connexio use the qualification system for procurement subject to EU directives, but reserve the right to publish individual notices for specific needs if they consider it necessary, even though the need is related to categories covered by Connexio. DONG Energy Wind Power A/S and its subsidiaries also reserve the right (in special circumstances) to use an alternative procurement approach where the procurement in question is not subject to EU directives. Construction of offshore wind farms: — Gode Wind I GmbH; — Gode Wind II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund I GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund II GmbH; — DONG Energy Borkum Riffgrund West I GmbH; — DONG Energy Renewables Germany GmbH. Prerequisite for the awarding of contracts is pre-qualification in compliance with the qualification system (Connexio) described here. On the basis of this pre-qualification, suitable suppliers of the products and/or services named in Section II. No. 4 can be identified and after additional qualifications have been checked, are requested to submit a tender. In order for pre-qualified bidders to be eligible to continue to stage two of the qualification system, potential bidders must complete the pre-qualification (Stage 1) via Connexio. If pre-qualification (Stage 1) is not completed, then the company will not be considered for the order/orders based on this qualification system. The successful bidder must ensure that their pre-qualification with Connexio in the relevant supplier category remains valid for the entire term of the contract. The qualification system is based on the online supplier information system Connexio which is operated by Achilles Information GmbH on behalf of utilities (energy and water) in Western, Eastern and Central Europe. During the pre-qualification process via Connexio (Stage 1), potential or current suppliers of utility companies provide the utility companies connected to the system with information about their business operations by filling in, saving and submitting an online supplier questionnaire (supplier self-disclosure), which can be accessed under: www.achilles.com/germany as well as furnishing them with all requisite documents and certificates. Achilles verifies the data provided by the suppliers for completeness, consistency and compliance with the requirements using a formal programme routine, as well as sometimes checking correctness of content (Prequalification Stage 1). The information to be provided for pre-qualification is contained in a document that can be found on: www.achilles.com/germany The participating utility companies reserve the right to adapt or change the criteria occasionally. The participating utility companies have access to a password-protected website 24 hours a day, 365 days a year where they can find the supplier data collected and verified by Achilles.

Architectural and related services

Energinet.dk | Published November 30, 2016
Winner
K.G Hansen & Sønner A/S
cpvs
71200000, 71500000

The main contract includes the construction of buildings and facilities on the Danish side in

Project Cobra Cable. Energinet.dk and the Dutch TSO TenneT has to

plans to establish a 700 MW HVDC connection between the two countries to

to exchange energy and thus improve security of supply and ensuring

attractive energy prices in Denmark and the Netherlands. To this end, a

cable connection with associated converter stations respectively Endrup by

Bramming in Denmark and in Eemshaven in the Dutch north coast. Energinet.dk

provider in the connection main contract for building - and construction activities on

Danish side in Endrup. The contract is offered on the basis of a specific tender.

The main contract includes the construction of buildings and facilities on the Danish side in

Project Cobra Cable. Energinet.dk and the Dutch TSO TenneT has to

plans to establish a 700 MW HVDC connection between the two countries to

to exchange energy and thus improve security of supply and ensuring

attractive energy prices in Denmark and the Netherlands. To this end, a

cable connection with associated converter stations respectively Endrup by

Bramming in Denmark and in Eemshaven in the Dutch north coast. Energinet.dk

provider in the connection main contract for building - and construction activities on

Danish side in Endrup. The contract is offered on the basis of a specific

tender documents.

Insurance services

Energinet.dk | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 11, 2015
cpvs
66510000

Energinet incl. subsidiaries would purchase the following insurance to construction project Kriegers Flak (Behavior of offshore substation incl. landing facilities and the onshore plant from the upcoming Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm): 1. Combined contracting and assembly Insurance 2. Liability. The insurance company must cooperate with Energinet's insurance broker.

Reparation og vedligeholdelse af maskiner 2016/S 015-023024

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
cpvs
50530000, 31121330



DONG Energy has three offshore windfarms in Denmark with a total of 274 turbines. The three offshore windfarms are Anholt located off coast of Grenå, Horns Rev 2 located off coats of Esbjerg and Nysted located off coast of Gedser. DONG Energy is the O&M provider of the turbines but due to lack of internal resources there is a need for a third party service provider for ad hoc wind turbine service including bolt tensioning and replacement of major components.

One contract will be entered.

In the contract period Horns Rev 2 expects to require the service from approximately 1 April to 30 September. Other wind farms (some still under warranty and therefore operated by the turbine supplier) will require the service on ad-hoc basis.

Provision of services for DONG Energy windfarms in Germany (which are all still under construction or under warranty) will be included in the contract as as option which shall be mutual for both DONG Energy and the supplier. This option will not be included in the evaluation of the tenders.

In Denmark DONG Energy has the following turbines:

Siemens 2,3 MW VS turbines, 2,3 CS turbines and 3,6 MW turbines.

More information about DONG Energy Wind Power can be found here: http://www.dongenergy.com/en/business-activities/wind-power

Offshore Services for wind farms in Denmark and Germany.

DONG Energy Wind Power A/S | Published September 17, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
cpvs
50530000, 45442121

DONG Energy has 3 offshore wind farms in Denmark with a total of 274 turbines. The 3 offshore wind farms are Anholt located off coast of Grenå, Horns Rev 2 located off coats of Esbjerg and Nysted located off coast of Gedser. DONG Energy is the O&M provider of the turbines but due to lack of internal resources there is a need for a third party service provider within 5 categories: 1. Cranes and lifting devices including safety equipment. 2. Lifts. 3. High voltage equipment. 4. WTG service (including bolt tensioning and replacement of major components). 5. Snagging (minor repairs, cleaning, modification of turbines, retrofits etc.) and repair painting. 1 contract will be entered for each lot. In the contract period Horns Rev 2 expects to require all types of services from approximately 1st April to 30th September. Nysted expects to require lift service each year and High voltage service every third year. Other services can be required on ad-hoc basis. Anholt expects to require only minor ad-hoc services as this wind farm is still under warranty (expires Mid 2018) and therefore operated by the turbine supplier. Provision of services for DONG Energy wind farms in Germany (which are all still under construction or under warranty) will be included in the contract as as option which shall be mutual for both DONG Energy and the supplier(s). This option will not be included in the evaluation of the tenders. More information about DONG Energy Wind Power can be found here: http://www.dongenergy.com/en/business-activities/wind-power

Insurance Services 2015 / S 198-360184

Energinet.dk | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 11, 2015
cpvs
66510000

Energinet incl. subsidiaries would purchase the following insurance to construction project Kriegers Flak (Behavior of offshore substation incl. landing facilities and the onshore plant from the upcoming Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm):

Gennemførlighedsundersøgelse 2015/S 227-414112

Energinet.dk | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
cpvs
79314000, 09123000, 44161100, 71241000, 71313000, 71321100, 71621000, 73420000, 79300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79311410

The tender procedure will be a restricted public tender; with a negotiated procedure with prior publication of a contract notice. Gaz-System and Energinet.dk invites Tenderers to submit a response to this pre-qualification to participate in the EU-tender for the assignment stated below. The Contracting Entity wants to purchase Consultancy services regarding a Feasibility Study regarding the PCI Poland — Denmark interconnection Baltic Pipe. The Feasibility Study aims to provide the input for design and geo-surveys of a proposed Baltic Pipe interconnection, as well as to identify a number of market based scenarios with the clear conclusions and recommendations regarding the scope of the further implementation of the Baltic Pipe including necessary reinforcements of internal gas infrastructure in Poland and Denmark and a connection between the Danish and the Norwegian offshore gas infrastructure (“the project”) in order to establish the new gas supply corridor allowing for gas transmission from the Norwegian sources through Denmark, Baltic Sea and Poland to Baltic region countries as well as Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The overall objective of the Feasibility Study is to define the most optimal scenario to develop the project, to determine the ultimate efficient definition of the project from the commercial and technical point of view (scope of the necessary investments, demand, dimensioning, routing, capacity allocation model and cost) and providing a solid basis for a decision on the next phase including the detailed engineering and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the project. The Feasibility Study consist of 2 parts: a. Economic Feasibility Analysis. b. Technical Feasibility Study. The Applicants must be able to provide both types of tasks as mentioned above (a. and b.). a. Economic Feasibility Analysis: The Economic Feasibility Analysis aims to establish the economic feasibility of the proposed project. The Economic Feasibility Analysis comprises 2 main activities: 1. Analysis of the economic feasibility of the project: — Quantify socio-economic cost-benefits; — Project-economic feasibility. 2. Analysis on the regional market model: — Ensuring optimal use of the Baltic Pipe interconnection and aiming for the full inclusion of Poland and adjacent Member States in the EU Gas Market Model. — Plan for stepwise implementation of market reforms and possibly required infrastructure that will support and lead to the proposed market model. b. Technical Feasibility Study: The specific objective of a Technical Feasibility Study for the project aims to provide basis for decision for the next step which includes engineering and the EIA process. The Technical Feasibility Study comprises 3 main activities: 3. Offshore installations. — Evaluate routing for an offshore pipeline for the Baltic pipe interconnection. — Provide cost estimates and construction time schedule for constructions in the Baltic Sea and North Sea. — Provide basis for initiating an EIA process. 4. Onshore installations. — Evaluate possible landfall locations and onshore installations. — Provide cost estimates and construction time schedule. — Provide basis for initiating an EIA process. 5. Permits and authority process: — Dialogues with relevant authorities. — Prepare Action plan for the authority approval planning concerning the permitting procedure of the onshore and offshore part of the project connecting Denmark and Poland. The Contracting Entity will provide the selected contractor with “Analysis of the possible tie-in connection between the Norwegian and Danish offshore system” as an input to the works on the Feasibility Study. The following experts are expected to participate in the execution of the services: — Project Manager. — Project Economic Analyst Expert. — Gas Market Regulation Expert. — Offshore Gas Infrastructure Expert. — Onshore Gas Infrastructure Expert. — EIA and Permission Expert.

Feasibility study_Baltic Pipe.

Energinet.dk | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline November 23, 2015
cpvs
79314000, 09123000, 44161100, 71241000, 71313000, 71321100, 71621000, 73420000, 79300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79311410

The tender procedure will be a restricted public tender; with a negotiated procedure with prior publication of a contract notice. Gaz-System and Energinet.dk invites Tenderers to submit a response to this pre-qualification to participate in the EU-tender for the assignment stated below. The Contracting Entity wants to purchase Consultancy services regarding a Feasibility Study regarding the PCI Poland — Denmark interconnection Baltic Pipe. The Feasibility Study aims to provide the input for design and geo-surveys of a proposed Baltic Pipe interconnection, as well as to identify a number of market based scenarios with the clear conclusions and recommendations regarding the scope of the further implementation of the Baltic Pipe including necessary reinforcements of internal gas infrastructure in Poland and Denmark and a connection between the Danish and the Norwegian offshore gas infrastructure (“the project”) in order to establish the new gas supply corridor allowing for gas transmission from the Norwegian sources through Denmark, Baltic Sea and Poland to Baltic region countries as well as Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The overall objective of the Feasibility Study is to define the most optimal scenario to develop the project, to determine the ultimate efficient definition of the project from the commercial and technical point of view (scope of the necessary investments, demand, dimensioning, routing, capacity allocation model and cost) and providing a solid basis for a decision on the next phase including the detailed engineering and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the project. The Feasibility Study consist of 2 parts: a. Economic Feasibility Analysis. b. Technical Feasibility Study. The Applicants must be able to provide both types of tasks as mentioned above (a. and b.). a. Economic Feasibility Analysis: The Economic Feasibility Analysis aims to establish the economic feasibility of the proposed project. The Economic Feasibility Analysis comprises 2 main activities: 1. Analysis of the economic feasibility of the project: — Quantify socio-economic cost-benefits; — Project-economic feasibility. 2. Analysis on the regional market model: — Ensuring optimal use of the Baltic Pipe interconnection and aiming for the full inclusion of Poland and adjacent Member States in the EU Gas Market Model. — Plan for stepwise implementation of market reforms and possibly required infrastructure that will support and lead to the proposed market model. b. Technical Feasibility Study: The specific objective of a Technical Feasibility Study for the project aims to provide basis for decision for the next step which includes engineering and the EIA process. The Technical Feasibility Study comprises 3 main activities: 3. Offshore installations. — Evaluate routing for an offshore pipeline for the Baltic pipe interconnection. — Provide cost estimates and construction time schedule for constructions in the Baltic Sea and North Sea. — Provide basis for initiating an EIA process. 4. Onshore installations. — Evaluate possible landfall locations and onshore installations. — Provide cost estimates and construction time schedule. — Provide basis for initiating an EIA process. 5. Permits and authority process: — Dialogues with relevant authorities. — Prepare Action plan for the authority approval planning concerning the permitting procedure of the onshore and offshore part of the project connecting Denmark and Poland. The Contracting Entity will provide the selected contractor with “Analysis of the possible tie-in connection between the Norwegian and Danish offshore system” as an input to the works on the Feasibility Study. The following experts are expected to participate in the execution of the services: — Project Manager. — Project Economic Analyst Expert. — Gas Market Regulation Expert. — Offshore Gas Infrastructure Expert. — Onshore Gas Infrastructure Expert. — EIA and Permission Expert.