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RSC Cure NL Lot 13 — HSE and Construction Management

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published August 3, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
cpvs
71540000, 71317210, 90721000, 90714600, 90714500, 71247000, 71248000, 71520000, 71521000

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, during calendar year 2017-2018 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 RSC Cure NL HSE and Construction Management referred to as Lot 13, which consists of following examples of services (the list is not exhaustive):

— Site management/ construction management;

— HSE management, health, safety, environment;

— Erection supervision, including quality, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, civil supervisions;

— Commissioning management, including quality, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, civil supervisions;

— Safety coordination;

— From defined point in project execution, the technical project engineering.

More detailed description of scope of work can be found in ‘Tender Conditions’ document on SCANMARKET, as per section I.1) Internet addresses.

15/02122 VIKING Link. Client Representative Services.

Energinet.dk | Published October 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
cpvs
65300000, 76520000

National Grid Interconnector Holdings Limited and Energinet.dk jointly refered to as the Contracting Entity are developing a new HVDC power cable between Great Britain and Denmark known as VIKING Link. The Contracting Entity is currently tendering a cable route survey extending across the North Sea between the 2 countries. The cable route survey will include geophysical survey, geotechnical investigations, cable-crossing investigations with ROV and Benthic investigations. The Contracting Entity hereby invites Tenderers to submit a response to pre-qualify for the Client Representative Services related to the cable route survey. The Client Representative Services will include offshore representation on marine vessels as well as onshore support with logistic management and technical consultancy related to the marine operations. The objectives of the tendered Client Representative Services are to provide offshore representation on the marine vessels on behalf of the Contracting Entity to monitor progress and performance of the surveyor in terms of Safety, Health, Environment and Quality, breakdown of time, accept/disagree on standby for weather/break-down, technical performance of vessel and measurement systems as well as performance of the crew. The Contracting Entity intends to award the work to maximum 2 Tenderer(s). Estimated quantities The cable route subject to survey is approximately 610 km long and 500 m wide. The final settlement of the route is still ongoing and these numbers must be expected to vary. It is required to provide 2 offshore client representatives on 24 hr vessels and 1 offshore client representative on 12 hr vessels. The number of vessels is not settled. The services are expected to be delivered and completed in 2016.

SKV40 wood chips — UPS.

Dong Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published October 18, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
cpvs
31154000, 51110000

Background: DONG Energy Thermal Power is building a new district heating production plant (SKV Wood Chips) based on two wood-chip boilers, providing steam for existing steam turbine and/or standalone bypass heat exchanger. The two boilers are envisaged as an add-on to the existing gas fired plant, Skærbækværket. The new biomass fired boilers shall deliver up to 320 MW heat to the district heating system. It is envisaged that the new boiler plant shall have a capacity of maximum 280 MW and the remaining 40 MW will be provided by flue gas condensers. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) equipment: The add-on plant shall be equipped with new emergency power system, UPS and batteries. The emergency power system shall be with full redundancy and placed in separate electrical operating rooms. New main distribution of emergency power system will feed the different contractors sub-distributions, such as boiler and bag house. New emergency power system will be separated to the different contractors sub-distributions, which will be placed in near vicinity to their Works. New emergency power system is planned to be placed in an electrical building at/in the boiler house. The final design of the new emergency power system is not set. Alternative solutions regarding the interface, up- and downstream, of the new emergency power system are investigated. Feed of the UPS will be from the new low voltage distribution, 3-phase 50Hz 400/230 VAC. Prospective short current levels for the new main distribution of low voltage switchgear are Ik > 50 kA. The following values are valid for the distribution of low voltage emergency power system, with earthing system TN-S: — Emergency power distribution 400/230 VAC. Electrical operating rooms will be arranged with measures to control the environment and will be fitted with installation floor.

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 2 — January 2016.

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published January 27, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 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 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.

Opstilling af metalkonstruktioner 2016/S 027-044260

DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 11, 2016
cpvs
45223110, 42910000, 42996000, 42996300, 42996500, 45223210, 45223800, 45252210, 71300000, 71320000, 45253000, 42920000, 42921000, 42993200, 42996200, 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 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.

Environmental engineering consultancy services

Energinet.dk | Published June 2, 2016
cpvs

Environmental engineering consultancy services

Environmental engineering consultancy services

Energinet.dk | Published November 24, 2017
Winner
Niras A/S
cpvs
71313000, 71313400, 71313440, 76500000, 90713000

Purchasing of advisory services to assist in the preparation of the ocean-based part of the environmental impact report on Baltic Pipe.

Energinet wishes an advisor to prepare an environmental impact report for the ocean-based part of the Baltic Pipe project. Similarly, the preparation of background reports, including a Natura2000 impact assessment for the project in the North Sea and Lillebælt, is required.

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