Supply of platform cranes for installation on each foundation platform/Transition piece for DONG Energy Wind Power's Borkum Riffgrund 2 Offshore Wind Farm.
DONG Energy Group is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. DONG Energy Group's business is based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading a broad spectrum of commodities across the entire energy supply chain in Northern Europe. DONG Energy Oil & Gas A/S is a part of DONG Energy Group and intend to enter into an agreement on Oracle Primavera Support and Maintenance Services and therefore publish this Contract Notice in order to select the suppliers invited to participate in the tender.
DONG Energy IT is a part of DONG Energy Oil & Gas A/S. DONG Energy IT is looking for an Application Services supplier that can assist the internal Department ‘ERP Logistics’ in carrying out tasks within DONG Energy's Primavera Suite used in the Business Units Exploration and Production and Wind Power. At the moment, the Primavera Suite consists of Primavera P6 EPPM, Primavera Analytics, ETL Tool – Extract, Transport and Load of P6 EPPM data to Primavera Analytics, Primavera BI-publisher, Primavera Risk Analysis and Maxavera integration tools.
The overall Application Services Agreement consist of the following categories:
1. An Application Support Services covering Application Support Standby availability and Application Support Incident Management on 2nd and 3rd level. It will be required by the supplier that it will be able to handle 2nd and 3rd level incident management with a standby availability 24/7.
2. An Application Development Services covering changes, enhancement and project work on an ad hoc basis. The supplier will be required to be able to deliver scalable Application Development Services on site at DONG Energy's locations in Denmark.
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