Trondheim municipality wishes to enter into framework agreements for engineering design and consultancy services within 8 various framework agreements.
The framework agreements are divided in the following categories:
1: Pipe system;
2: No-Dig for Water pipes;
3: No-Dig for Sewage pipes;
4: Water, Sewage and Surface water installations;
5: Principal consulting;
6: Sewage systems in sparsely populated area;
8: Simulation Water and Sewage network.
Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) invites bids for a Framework agreement for consultancy services on migration modelling of hydrocarbons within the project Petromaks 2, ‘Norcrust’.
Petromaks 2, Norcrust is a collaborative project lead by the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU). Partners are “Cage — Center for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Environment and Climate” at the University of Tromsø, Statoil ASA, Lundin Norway AS, and ENI Norge and is funded by the Research Council of Norway. Norcrust aims at supporting the industry in search for petroleum prospects on the Norwegian shelf by integrating geological and geochemical data from hydrocarbon seepage sites at the seabed with potential underlying hydrocarbon reservoirs. This requires knowledge of timing of hydrocarbon migration to the sea-floor, ability to distinguish hydrocarbon origin from shallow biogenic and deep thermogenic sources and reliable assessment of the temperature and depth of hydrocarbon formation.
For the hydrocarbon migration modelling task, we aim to integrate active leakage zones at the sea-floor west of Svalbard and in the northern Barents Sea with potential source rocks concepts through migration modelling for improved spatial and temporal constraints on migration, spill and trap filling routes. We aim for a petroleum system analysis software package that numerically models and describes processes of hydrocarbon generation, migration, trapping and leakage to the sea-floor (plus methanhydrate balance) within sedimentary basin over geological times in a geo-framework derived from seismic and well data and builds upon a probabilistic Monte Carlo type modelling approach.
B. Assignment and Description:
— Design and run a Petroleum System Analysis (PSA) model to quantify the amount, timing and location of methane seepage history at the sea-floor in the Norwegian/Barents Sea derived from thermogenic sources;
— Design and run PSA model exclusively build on Monte Carlo modelling strategies to quantify input and out uncertainties;
— Design a PSA model which considers sea-floor seepage tapping multiple methane pathway options such as leakage from traps / vertical migration / faults leakage;
— Account for geometrically correct fault planes (3D features) — SGR dynamically adjusted over time;
— Account for incorporation of high resolution seismic (many layers — fine stratigraphy at <10m resolution) and allow for high-resolution stratigraphy (many sub-layers);< p>
— Design a PSA model that accounts for dynamic behaviour of methane hydrate stability zone over time;
— Account for methane hydrates in hydrocarbons (HC) bulk mass balance (incl. loss from model via hydrate zone destabilisation);
— Design a PSA model that links new 3D P-cable seismic data with an existing 2D line model into a joint model across the Vesnesa Ridge, north-western Svalbard;
— Design PSA model which are calibrated against;
— Classical PSA parameter (thermal, HC columns, etc.);
— New PSA parameters (methane leakage rates, saturation of pore space with methane).
C. Requirements for bidders:
— Demonstrated competence in PSA modelling including methane leakage to sea-floor in the Norwegian Barents Sea;
— Documented experience building and employing high-resolution stratigraphic lithology concepts (based on well data) within PSA models;
— Demonstrated experience in building and working with PSA models using faults with realistic geological geometries;
— Demonstrated experience in stochastic PSA modelling and stochastic result analysis.
The Geological Survey of Norway will evaluate and compare only the Price quoted of those Bids found to be substantially responsive. Detailed evaluation shall be conducted on the basis of:
— Quality / experience in migration modelling of hydrocarbons from the source to leakage zone on the seabed;
— Quoted hourly rates;
— Assignment execution plan and references.
The bid shall be submitted in the following format:
1. Original Bid on paper, dated and signed, in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “Framework agreement for consulting services on modelling of hydrocarbons migration within Petromaks 2 “Norcrust“ Project;
2. 1 copy in PDF format on CD or memory stick;
3. 1 censored copy in PDF format on CD or memory stick.
Bidder shall prepare an original offer and send it in a sealed envelope. The envelope should then be placed in neutral envelope and sealed. The neutral sealed envelope shall be marked: “Bid: Framework agreement for consulting services on modelling of hydrocarbons migration within Petromaks 2 “Norcrust“ Project and delivered within the 27.5.2016 to:
Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) (at the reception), Eirikssons vei 39, Lade 7040, Trondheim, Norway.
Bids can optionally be sent by regular mail to:
Geological Survey of Norway (NGU), PO Box 6315, Sluppen, 7491 Trondheim, Norway.
The Bidder holds the risk if the tender does not arrive in time at NGU in Leiv Eirikssons vei 39.
Valid tax certificate and HSE declaration shall accompany the tender.
NGU reserves the right to reject the entire, parts of the bid or to enter into negotiation with a selection of the most relevant suppliers. NGU reserves the right to go ahead with new request for bids depending on the size of received quotations, quantity and available budget.
NGU requires that the suppliers of goods and services have the capacity to send their invoices and credit notes electronically in accordance with the standard “Electronic Trade Format“ (Elektronisk handelsformat-EHF).
NGU uses the regulation ‘General purchasing terms for government purchases of merchandise (AIS 89)’.
Any question regarding this bidding process should be addresses to Project Leader, Dr Jochen Knies, Phone. +47 73 90 4116, E-Mail: email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bidders are encouraged to submit a censored version of the bid that may be forwarded to other bidders (on request) without damaging any sensitive business information.
Bidding document is in Norwegian language. Interested parties are expected to be able to read instruction and specifications. Insufficient or erroneous bid is the bidder‘s own responsibility and it will be rejected.10m>
This contest concerns a framework agreement for the delivery of consulting services in project management/project assistance. A contract will be signed with one tenderer. The chosen tenderer shall assist the Contracting Authority as needed during the contract period. The projects will primarily include projects connected to development work and public procurement in AtB's service areas.
The agreement shall be signed for a period of two years with an option to extend for a further one year + one year.
Principal needs assistance for training in risk management and practical implementation of uncertainty analyzes related to projects. The agreement will thus strengthen the principal project in construction, especially in the areas of roads, water, sewage, sanitation and green.