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Fuel liquid and gas; Lubricating oils (lubricants oil and lubricants (motor oil, hydraulic oil, gear oil, industrial oil, transformer oil)).

Філія "УМГ "ПРИКАРПАТТРАНСГАЗ" ПАТ "УКРТРАНСГАЗ" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 5, 2016
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Олива моторна, олива гідравлічна, олива трансмісійна, олива індустріальна, олива трансформаторна
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09211000, 09211000

Fuel liquid and gas; Lubricating oils (lubricants oil and lubricants (motor oil, hydraulic oil, gear oil, industrial oil, transformer oil)).

Activities are integrated STATUS Survey of technical, poverochnыe raschetы nesuschey abilities of industrial structures of the building with FLC korrektyrovkoy of technical passport STATUS buildings

 | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
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71631300

Neobhodimo Run complex of technical works on Surveying STATUS interlocking of the building is industrial-stalelyteynoho Shop metallurgic enterprise "Dneprodzerzhynskyy stalelyteynыy plant" Dochernee Predpriiatie PAO "DniproVagonMash 's sootvetstvuyuschymy calculation, vыdachey and conclusions of technical passports STATUS building. Requirements for Artists: - availability of documents razreshytelnыh data for species work; - Experience of conducting such work. Survey Brief characteristics of the object prykreplenы Advanced. As there are buildings of cargo-podъemnыe Mechanisms, info on kotorыm also given in the application.

LED lamp led industrial Electrum A80 LA-40 30W E27 neutral light

КП "НАРУЖНОЕ ОСВЕЩЕНИЕ" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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Світлодіодні лампи led промислові Electrum A80 LA-40 30W E27 нейтральне світло
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Експертиза стану охорони праці та безпеки промислового виробництва

 | Published September 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
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39611267

1. Examination of the state of health and safety on the operation of industrial equipment increased risk. 2. Examination of the state of health and safety on industrial capacity to perform hazardous work.

Pearl (pea-171kh., Buckwheat, 376 kg., Pearl-140kh., Wheat -100kh., Millet, 197kh., Yachneva-40kg).

Відділ освіти Городнянської районної державної адміністрації | Published September 19, 2016  -  Deadline September 23, 2016
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Крупи
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15613000

Rice should be higher grade, without additives, industrial packaging for 1kg.

Services for development of the construction project return water purification plant for the production of number 1 processing plant №1

PE "ДП“ОБ’ЄДНАНА ГІРНИЧО-ХІМІЧНА КОМПАНІЯ” від імені якого виступає ФІЛІЯ “ІРШАНСЬКИЙ ГІРНИЧО-ЗБАГАЧУВАЛЬНИЙ КОМБІНАТ” ДП ОГХК" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 4, 2016
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Послуги з розробки проекту будівництва станції очистки зворотних вод по випуску № 1 збагачувальної фабрики №1
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71323000

71.12.1 engineering services (71323000-8 Services of industrial engineering design and manufacturing processes)

Chocolate and sugar confectionery, according to specifications.

КУ "Криворізький медичний коледж, заснований на спільній власності територіальних громад сіл, селищ, міст Дніпропетровської області" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
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Шоколад і цукрові кондитерські вироби, згідно спеціфікації.
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15842000, 15842000

Chocolate and sugar confectionery according spetsifikatsiyi.Vsi industrial, automobile and postal costs by the supplier. Delivery of goods by application 1-2 times a month.

Confectionery, flour, cakes, cookies, butter, waffles and waffle wafers.

КУ "Криворізький медичний коледж, заснований на спільній власності територіальних громад сіл, селищ, міст Дніпропетровської області" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
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Вироби кондитерські, борошняні: пряники, печиво здобне, вафлі та вафельні облатки.
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15612500

Confectionery, flour, cakes, cookies, butter, waffles, croissants, byskvity, muffins - according to specifications. All industrial, automobile and postal costs by the supplier. Delivery of goods by application 1-2 times a month to 31.12.2016r.

28.29.60-90.00 - machinery, equipment or industrial laboratory, electrically or electic heating for processing materials by changing the temperature, n. in. and. in. (38000000-5 - Laboratory, optical and precision equipment (excluding lens)

Комунальне підприємство "Водоканал" | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 22, 2016
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38000000

Bath water BW-30-6 1 pc

Shelter Implementation Plan

 | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 4, 2017
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Shelter Implementation Plan
This notice updates the General Procurement Notice for this project published on the EBRD Web site on 03 February 2015.

STATE SPECIALIZED ENTERPRISE "CHERNOBYL NPP" (Client) intends to use the proceeds of the Chernobyl Shelter Fund for the procurement of goods, works and services contracts in the following areas over the next twelve months:

  • Industrial Safety and Radiation Protection and Monitoring Equipment and Services
  • Extension of Consultancy Services


The Project Management Unit (PMU), which ensures that the Shelter Implementation Plan (SIP) is completed on time, within budget limits and within defined quality standards, will conduct the tendering process.

Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in the first quarter 2016. Tenders for major procurements are not anticipated and it is foreseen that procurements will be of a strictly limited nature utilizing the EBRD Shopping mode of procurement.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a grant will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country.

The proceeds of the Bank’s grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser’s country.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:


Mr. Richard Hale
Procurement & Contracts Manager
Project Management Unit (PMU)
7/1, 77 Gvardeyskaya Diviziya Str.
Slavutych 07100
Ukraine
Tel: +380 (45) 792 7956 Fax: +380 (45) 792 8838

Shelter Implementation Plan

 | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
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The following notice refers to goods, works and services to be procured through tendering for a project financed by the Chernobyl Shelter Fund, which is administered by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). Potential tenderers desiring additional information on the procurement in question or the project in general should contact the Project Management Unit and not the EBRD. Ukraine Shelter Implementation Plan General Procurement Notice This notice updates the General Procurement Notice for this project published on the EBRD Web site on 09 January 2014. STATE SPECIALIZED ENTERPRISE “CHERNOBYL NPP” (Client) intends to use the proceeds of the Chernobyl Shelter Fund for the procurement of goods, works and services contracts in the following areas over the next twelve months: Industrial Safety and Radiation Protection and Monitoring Equipment and Services Extensions of consultancy and insurance services The Project Management Unit (PMU), which ensures that the Shelter Implementation Plan (SIP) is completed on time, within budget limits and within defined quality standards, will conduct the tendering process. Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in the first quarter 2015. Tenders for major new procurements are not anticipated and it is foreseen that the majority of procurements will be of a strictly limited nature utilizing the EBRD Shopping mode of procurement. Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a grant will be subject to the Bank’s Procurement, Policies and Rules and will be open to eligible firms under the Chernobyl Shelter Fund.* The proceeds of the Bank’s grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser’s country. Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact: Mr. Richard Hale Procurement & Contracts Manager Project Management Unit (PMU) 7/1, 77 Gvardeyskaya Diviziya Str. Slavutych 07100 Ukraine Tel: +380 (45) 792 7956 Fax: +380 (45) 792 8838 * The eligible countries are: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, UK, USA, and EBRD’s countries of operations.

Complex Consolidated Safety Upgrade Program

 | Published April 17, 2015  -  Deadline April 16, 2016
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE
 
State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generating Company “Energoatom” intends to use the proceeds of a EUR 300 Million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) for a project to upgrade the safety levels at the Ukrainian nuclear power plants. In parallel, Euratom (as represented by the European Commission) will also provide a loan of up to EUR 300 Million for the purposes of this project.
 
The proposed project will require the procurement of the goods in the following areas:
 
Heat-Mechanical
· Modernize main steam isolation valve to ensure resistance to internal and external impacts.
· Replace live steam pipe check valves to increase their reliability and maintainability
· Ensure operability of quick-acting relief-to-atmosphere valve at steam-water mixture leakages, water leakages and ensure a reliable emergency pressure drop.
· Implement equipment to improve the main reactor joint sealing
· Implement leak tight plugs in steam generators headers for their maintenance
· Modernize the low pressure emergency core cooling system to ensure a flow control during the system pump operation in the primary circuit.
· Replace self-contained air conditioners by the conditioners qualified for harsh environment conditions and for a seismic impact
· Implement an “in-process” cleaning system of the main equipment service water spraying ponds
· Develop and implement measures to monitor and to lower the hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents
· Implement a remote monitoring of the strain of the containment cables
Electrical
· Replace 6KV switches of the safety systems trains and the safety important systems and the auxiliary systems
· Modernize 6kV auxiliary power supply system.
· Modernize 0,4 kV power distribution substations.
· Modernize safety important systems and replace 6 and 0.4 kV electric motors.
· Modernize relay protection and automation systems and introducing microelectronics based relays
· Modernize the emergency power supply systems of the 1-st reliability group (Direct Current Panels and Uninterruptible Power Supply Equipment)
· Modernize the generator excitation system
I&C
· Modernize the safety important normal operation systems of the turbine hall
· Modernize the safety important normal operation systems of the reactor building
· Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement.
· Modernize nuclear power plant radiation monitoring systems.
· Modernize the refueling machine control system.
· Modernize the electronics of the turbine control system
· Implement a complex diagnostic system of the reactor systems.
· Instrumentation during and after accident
· Implement an “industrial“ television system for fire hazard and explosion hazard rooms and unattended rooms
· Implement new primary circuit boron-10 concentration monitoring points
 
Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2015.
Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.
 
Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:
 
CONTACTS
SE NNEGC ENERGOATOM
To the attention of Mr. Gennady SAZONOV, CCSUP PMU Manager
Office 410, 6 Gaidara Street, Kyiv 01033, Ukraine
tel.   +380 (44) 277 79 87, +380 (44) 206 97 97
 

Complex Consolidated Safety Upgrade Program

 | Published August 31, 2016  -  Deadline November 3, 2016
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Package /Measure No. 131/13509

 

INVITATION FOR TENDERS

Implement an “Industrial” TV System for Fire Hazardous and Explosive and Unattended Rooms

Request for Proposal (RFP) No. RFP-13509-131-GOODS-1

The present Invitation for Tenders follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project, which was published on the EBRD website in "Procurement Notices"(www.ebrd.com) on April 17, 2016 (8250-GPN-42086).

The State Enterprise “National Nuclear Energy Generating Company ‘Energoatom”, hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”, intends to use a part of the loan proceeds from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (hereinafter referred to as “EBRD” or “the Bank”) and the European Atomic Energy Community (hereinafter referred to as “Euratom”) to cover the costs of “Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Program of Power Units of Nuclear Power Plants”.

The Purchaser hereby invites Suppliers to submit their sealed tenders for the following contract to be funded from a part of the loan proceeds:

- Package No. 131, Measure No. 13509 “Implement an “Industrial” TV System for Fire Hazardous and Explosive and Unattended Rooms ”, which includes:

  • Supply of сlosed-circuit TV system equipment, including technical documentation, manufacturing, factory acceptance and handover acceptance tests at the Manufacturer’s site, supply, participation in the incoming control, installation supervision and adjustment monitoring, special training of the Purchaser’s personnel, preliminary tests before commissioning into trial operation at the Purchaser’s site, acceptance tests within a nuclear facility before commissioning into commercial operation warranty maintenance within the warranty period (for more detailed information see the Technical Requirements) – for power units No. 3 and No. 5 of SS ZNPP; No.3 of SS RNPP; No.1 of KhNPP of SE NNEGC “Energoatom”.

 

Tendering for contracts financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank is open to firms from any country.

 

To be qualified for the award of a contract, tenderers shall satisfy the following minimum criteria:

 

  1. Financial Situation

 

The tenderer shall meet the following minimum criteria:

 

1.1. Minimum average annual turnover of EUR 5 070 000 (five million seventy thousand) equivalent, calculated as total certified payments received for contracts in progress or completed, within the last three (3) years.

The requirements according to the mentioned criteria to separate legal entities and any combination of such entities acting in the legal organizational form of a joint venture of legal and/or natural persons, consortium or association (JVCA) are as follows:

  • Single entity or individual: must meet the requirements.
  • Joint venture, consortium or association (JVCA) of legal entities and/or individuals:
    • All partners combined: must meet the requirements;
    • Each partner individually: must meet at least twenty five percent (25%) of the requirements;
    • At least one partner: must meet at least thirty percent (30%) of the requirements.

1.2. The tenderer shall demonstrate that it can have access to, or has available, liquid assets, unencumbered real assets, lines of credit, and other financial means to meet the cash flow for the contract  estimated as not less than EUR 6 080 000 (six million eighty thousand) equivalent, taking into account the Tenderer’s commitments for the other contracts.

 

The requirements according to the mentioned criteria to separate legal entities and any combination of such entities acting in the legal organizational form of a joint venture of legal and/or natural persons, consortium or association (JVCA) are as follows:

  • Single entity or individual: must meet the requirements;
  • Joint venture, consortium or association (JVCA) of legal entities and/or individuals:
    • All partners combined: must meet the requirements;
    • Each partner individually: must meet at least twenty five percent (25%) of the requirements;
  • At least one partner: must meet at least forty percent (40%) of the requirements.

In case the tenderer uses other currency, the calculations shall be based on the exchange rate set by the National Bank of Ukraine as of the date of the invitation for tenders.

 

2. Experience

The Tenderer shall meet the following minimum criteria:

2.1. Successful experience as a Supplier in the execution and completion of at least 3 (three) contracts for supply of similar goods (equipment, systems and components) within last five (5) years for the amount of at least four million five hundred sixty thousand (4 560 000) Euro equivalent per contract similar to the contracts for the proposed Goods. The similarity shall be based on the physical sizes, complexity, methods/technologies and other characteristics as described in Technical Requirements (Section VI, Supply Requirements).

The requirements according to the mentioned criteria to separate legal entities and any combination of such entities acting in the legal organizational form of a joint venture of legal and/or natural persons, consortium or association (JVCA) are as follows:

  • Single entity or individual: must meet the requirements;
  • Joint venture, consortium or association (JVCA) of legal entities and/or individuals:
    • All partners combined: must meet the requirements;
    • Each partner individually: not applicable;
    • At least one partner: not applicable.

 

Tender documents may be obtained by a Tenderer’s duly authorized representative from the office at the address below upon payment of the non-refundable fee of EUR 500.00 (five hundred) or its equivalent in Hryvnas (UAH).

 

By payment in UAH, the rate is set for 00 hr 00 min of the issue date of the invoice, which may be applied for at the below mentioned address, or for 00 hr 00 min of the UAH amount transfer date (if the invoice was not issued).

The issued invoice is valid during 5 (five) banking days.

The payment expenses are incurred by the Sender.

 

For Payment in EUR and UAH:

 

Recipient: SE NNEGC ENERGOATOM

Code of the Recipient: 24584661

Address of the Recipient: 3, Nazarovskaya Str., Kyiv, 01032, Ukraine.

 

 

Account No.:

26002230019275 (currency code: 978-EUR, 980- UAH)

Bank:

THE JOINT STOCK COMPANY «THE STATE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF UKRAINE»

MFO (Bank ID Code)

322313

Bank’s address:

127 Gorkogo Str., Kiev, Ukraine, 03150

S.W.I.F.T.:

EXBS UA UX

http://eximb.com

 

 

For payments in EUR:

 

 

56: Correspondent Bank:

COBADEFF

Commerzbank AG

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

57: Receiving Bank:

EXBSUAUX

«THE STATE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF UKRAINE» THE JOINT STOCK COMPANY

Kiev, Ukraine

CORRESPONDENT ACCOUNT NUMBER:

400886636000

59: Beneficiary:

Account, Name and Address of Beneficiary

 

 

 

 

Purpose of the payment:

 

Please specify “Payment for Tender Documentation RFP-13509-131-GOODS-1

Without evidence of the above mentioned amount payment, the tender documentation will not be dispatched.

 

Upon receiving an appropriate evidence of the non-refundable fee payment, the documents will be promptly dispatched by a courier service; however, no liability can be accepted by the sender for their loss or late delivery. If requested the documents can also be dispatched electronically after the presentation by the prospective tenderer of appropriate evidence of payment of the non-refundable fee.  In the event of discrepancy between electronic and hard copies of the documents, the hard copy shall prevail.

 

All tenders should be supported with a tender security in the below amount in EUR or its equivalent in UAH.

 

 

 

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Description

Tender Security, in EUR

1

Supply of сlosed-circuit TV system equipment

152 000.00

 

 

The tenders shall be delivered to the office at the below address on 03 November 2016, 11.00 a.m. (Kyiv local time) latest. Immediately after this, they will be opened in the presence of those tenderers’ representatives who choose to attend.

 

Please note that tenders shall be submitted in the English and Russian language. If the Russian version is missing, the tender may be rejected.

 

A register of potential tenderers who have purchased the tender documents may be checked at the address below.

 

Prospective tenderers may obtain further information, as well as get acquainted with and acquire the tender documents at the following address:

 

To the attention of Mr. Gennady SAZONOV, CCSUP PMU Manager

Office 410, 6 Gaidara Street, Kyiv 01033, Ukraine

Tel:   +380 (44) 277 79 87, +380 (44) 206 97 97

e-mail: pmu@direkcy.atom.gov.ua

Please specify the following reference in all correspondence:

“Ref RFP-13509-131-GOODS-1”

Kharkiv Metro Expansion Project

 | Published January 27, 2015  -  Deadline February 17, 2015
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The City of Kharkiv (the "City" or "Kharkiv"), with the support of the Government of Ukraine (the "Government"), have expressed interest in obtaining joint co-financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") and the European Investment Bank ("EIB") (together the "Banks") to improve urban transport in the city by expanding the current metro system (the "Project").

Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine and accounts for 3.1 per cent (1.5 million) of the national population. It is located in the north-eastern part of Ukraine and is the capital and administrative centre of Kharkiv Oblast. The City has a diversified industrial base, with the largest budget contributors involved in heavy machinery, power and energy, transport, banking and the telecom sectors.

The Kharkiv Metro Company (the "Company" or "KMC") is a metro operator, wholly owned by the City, servicing Kharkiv. KMC has been operational since 1975. As of today, KMC carries 0.8 million passengers per weekday or 231.1 million passengers per annum. KMC operates three metro lines with 29 stations and 39 km of lines (two-track). The Company operates 320 wagons (64 trains) and employs 2,300 personnel.

Approximately 519 million passengers per annum are carried by the public transport system in the City. Metro services are the backbone of the public transport system carrying over 40 per cent of all public transport demand. Trams and trolleybuses carry 204 million passengers, while buses and minibuses carry 85 million passengers. The public transportation network was planned with the objective of finding a balance between available budgets for essential mobility needs, and ensuring high capacity service on the core corridors. The system includes 3 metro lines, 13 tram routes, 24 trolleybus routes, and 147 bus and minibus routes. Most of the bus and minibus routes are operated by 13 private operators. There is currently no functional integrated electronic ticketing system in place.

The City coordinates transport service supply through licensing and tariff setting and monitors the provision of services through a Central Dispatching Service. Urban transportation services are the responsibility of the City’s Department for Public Services.

The Metro as well as tram and trolleybus services will remain an essential service for inhabitants with lower income and those eligible for concessionary fares. The Company is expected to retain its market share and its role as the backbone of the transport system, providing frequent and relatively higher capacity services at more affordable prices.

The Kharkiv City Council sets tariffs for public transport services (until last year with approval from the Ministry of Infrastructure, a practice that has now been discontinued). The tariffs were increased by 50 per cent starting from 23 May 2013. A single flat-rate metro ticket costs UAH 3 (EUR 0.21) significantly below prices of either Warsaw (EUR 1.05) or Sofia (EUR 0.51). The privileged/concessionary passenger fares are funded from the State budget (with delays and insufficiently) apart from students and pupils who are co-funded by the municipal budget covering 50 per cent of the full price.

Substantial increases in ridership, assessed by the Company at up to 25 million passengers per annum, which represents a 60 per cent increase over the existing ridership on the Metro Line III, and an associated reduction of private car and bus traffic, are key elements of the economic benefits of the Project. The extension of Metro Line III, which will be achieved with the project implementation, would allow the City and the State to fully capture the anticipated economic benefits of this investment as a result of ridership increase, travel time savings, reduction in the reliance on private car travel and lower emissions. A detailed economic analysis (including carbon emission reduction) will be undertaken during due diligence.

The objective of the Project is to improve the provision of mass transit in Kharkiv as part of an overall strategy to achieve sustainable urban transport in the city. The Project is expected to finance an extension of the metro and upgrade the metro transportation services in the City.

The EBRD now wishes to retain a firm (the "Consultant") to carry out a feasibility study and confirm the proposed Project cost of EUR 350 million (net of VAT) (the "FS" or the "assignment"). The objectives of this assignment are: (1) to detail the route alignment and prepare a ridership demand forecast within tolerable levels acceptable for a FS; (2) to prepare a detailed costing for a high-quality metro extension investment capable of meeting forecast demands in the City; (3) to analyse Project barriers and risks, such as expropriation issues and/or construction peculiarities for the extension works; (4) to prepare a full cost/benefit analysis to inform the decision-making of the Banks concerning further Project preparation; (5) to prepare an environmental and social due diligence; and (6) to prepare pre-qualification and full tender documents.

Assignment Duration: The assignment is expected to start in the second quarter of 2015 and last for 7 months.


Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 500,000; exclusive of VAT.

The consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the Bank's special status as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purhcased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be financed through the EBRD's donor funded Technical Cooperation Funds Programme.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or group of firms with previous project experience in engineering, public transport, urban rail projects and working with IFIs in similar assignments, preferably feasibility studies.

The Consultant’s key experts are expected to include:
• urban rail regulation, planning and operations expert;
• civil engineering expert;
• transport economics expert;
• procurement expert;
• environmental impact assessment expert;
• social impact assessment expert; and
• local staff.
It is recommended that a part of the consultancy input will be carried out by local sub-consultants. In any event, it is important that the consultant’s team have Ukrainian language capacity.

Submission Requirements: Interested firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. In order to determine the capability and experience of consulting firms seeking to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following:
- company profile, organisation and staffing;
- details of experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including their locations; - CVs of staff who could be available to work on the assignment
- Completed Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available at: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc
The above information should not exceed 20 pages excluding CVs.

Expressions of Interest shall be submitted, in English, electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date quoted above.

EBRD Contact:
Angela Levitsky
TC Team
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6363
E-mail: levitska@ebrd.com

Notes:

Following this Invitation for Expression of Interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant shortlisting and selection is subject to availability of funding.

Shortlisting criteria and respective weightings are:

- Firm’s previous experience in engineering, public transport, urban rail projects and working with IFIs in similar assignments, preferably feasibility studies - 35%

- Firm’s experience of working in the Ukraine or neighbouring countries - 15%

- CVs of key experts with relevant experience and team composition as set out above - 50%.

Ukraine: Poltava District Heating Project – Corporate Development Support Programme

 | Published January 9, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2015
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Assignment Description: 
 
The district heating (“DH”) company Poltava Oblast Communal District Heating Enterprise “Poltavateploenergo” (the “Company” or “PTE”), a communal district heating utility wholly-owned by the Poltava Oblast (the “Oblast”), has approached the EBRD requesting a loan to support its energy efficiency priority investment programme (“PIP”) in the DH infrastructure.
 
The City of Poltava (“Poltava” or the “City”) is the administrative centre of the Oblast. Poltava is one of the wealthier cities in Ukraine due to its relatively diversified and extensive industrial base that spans across oil and gas, manufacturing and the food processing sectors.  The oil and gas sector is particularly important as close to 20 per cent of Ukrainian domestic oil production and 40 per cent of Ukrainian natural gas production is concentrated in the Poltava oblast.
 
The Company operates in the Oblast (covering several towns and villages with a total population of 40 thousand) and the City with a population of about 300 thousand. The Company operates heat generating capacities and networks in the City and is the major distributor of district heating services, supplying heat and hot water to approximately 1300 residential apartment buildings in the City or 95 per cent of the connected City population.
 
The objectives of the priority investments are in line with the long-term strategy for Poltava DH system and focus on significantly improving energy efficiency, reducing energy losses, gas and electricity consumption and improving the quality of heat and hot water supply services in the City, thereby helping the Company to retain its customer base. The PIP is expected to result in significant efficiency improvements along with energy (corresponding to a reduction of gas consumption by 30 per cent in the Project area) and water savings as a consequence of customer controlled heat supply, improved efficiency of generation and distribution and reduced losses in the distribution network.
 
As part of the Project, the Company will need to improve its corporate governance and financial and operational performance, maintain financial ratios and other covenants, establish two-tier tariffs based on actual heat consumption and ensure that tariffs are reviewed periodically in order to ensure full cost recovery. The Company will also sign a Public Service Agreement with the City, which will clarify the responsibilities of the City, the Company and the customers regarding the provision of heating services.
 
The overall objective of this assignment is to improve the commercial standing of the Company and enable it to implement the Project, as well as ensure that the services are equitably provided to the end-consumers and are of a high quality. Specific objectives are to assist the Company to, inter alia:
 
  • identify, discuss with the Company and with the City, and implement the necessary corporate, financial and operational improvements to meet the related covenants included in the EBRD finance documents. This will be achieved via the development and implementation of a Financial and Operational Performance Improvement Programme (“FOPIP”) which will include development and implementation of Tariff Setting Guidelines;
  • develop, negotiate with the City and adopt a Public Service Contract (“PSC”);
  • develop and implement a medium to long term Corporate Development Plan (“CDP”) and corporate planning process, so it may continue its transition towards an entirely commercial entity;
  • analyse the impact of planned tariff increases on the end-consumers, with a particular focus on vulnerable groups, and develop guidelines for the municipality for the mitigation of any negative impacts;
  • develop and implement policies which promote equal opportunities and non-discrimination;
  • develop alternative fuel strategy for the Company and analyse alternative fuel supply sources; and
  • assist the Company in preparation of tariff filings.
 
 
Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.
 
Assignment Start Date and Duration: The assignment is expected to start in Q1 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of 24 months.
 
Maximum Budget available for the Assignment: EUR 200,000 (exclusive of VAT).
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.
 
Funding Source: Sida-EBRD Ukraine Energy Efficiency and Environment Consultant Cooperation Fund.
 
Eligibility: No restrictions.
 
Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The selected consultant (the “Consultant”) will be a firm or a group of firms with extensive project experience in district heating engineering and service provision.
 
The Consultant’s team should consist of at least the following key experts:
 
  • Team Leader/District Heating Expert;
  • District Heating Institutional and Regulatory Expert;
  • Financial Specialist;
  • Environmental and Social Specialist;
  • Legal Expert;
  • Local Experts (including, inter alia, an expert with experience in local tariff regulation in the DH sector).
 
The key experts shall have an extensive experience and expertise enabling them to successfully perform their respective tasks during the assignment. The Local Experts shall  be fluent in Russian or Ukrainian. 
 
Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of consultants seeking to be selected, the information submitted shall include the following:
 
(a) brief overview of the firm/group of firms including company profile, organisation and staffing;
 
(b) details of similar experience of firm or group of firms and related assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, percentage carried out by consultant in case of association of firms or subcontracting, main activities, objectives;
 
(c) CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.
 
(d) Completed Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
 
 
Failure to provide the duly completed and signed Consultant Declaration may result in the applicant being disqualified from the selection process.
 
The expression of interest shall not exceed 20 pages (excluding CVs and contact sheet).
 
One original and two copies of the expression of interest, each original/copy in (a) English and (b) Ukrainian or Russian, shall be submitted to the Client in an envelope marked “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST for Poltava District Heating Project – Corporate Development Support Programme”, to reach the Client not later than the above referenced closing date and time. The expression of interest shall also be submitted by e-mail to the Client’s contact person indicated below by the same closing date and time.
 
In addition, the expression of interest shall be submitted by e-mail to the EBRD’s contact person indicated below by the same closing date and time.
The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) must be submitted in one file (pdf or Word). The EBRD and the Client reserve the right to reject the expressions of interest submitted in more than one file. Only if the permissible size is exceeded, the applicant may split the expression of interest into further files.
Executing Agency (Client):
 
Poltava Oblast Communal District Heating Enterprise “Poltavateploenergo”
 
The Client Contact Person:
 
Alexander Oleksenko 
Deputy Director
Poltava Oblast Communal District Heating Enterprise “Poltavateploenergo”
Poltava, 36008 Ukraine, Komarova 2-A
E-mail: info@pte.poltava.ua
Phone: +380532510404
Fax: +380532510402
 
 
The EBRD Contact Person:
 
Marina Matushina
Advisor
Technical Cooperation
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6577
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: MatushiM@ebrd.com
 
Important Notes:
 
1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit proposals. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and will be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.
 
2. Shortlisting criteria and respective weightings are:
  1. Firm’s experience in similar assignments, preferably in the district heating sector  - 35%;
  2. Firm’s experience of working in the region - 15%;
  3. Key experts’ experience relevant to their respective tasks - 50%.
 

Ukraine: Energoatom - Corporate Sustainable Development

 | Published April 25, 2016  -  Deadline May 16, 2016
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Project Description: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the "EBRD" or the "Bank") has provided financing to State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generating Company "Energoatom" ("Energoatom") to assist with the safety upgrade of power units of Nuclear Power Plants. Energoatom is a 100% state enterprise, subordinated to the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine. It was established in October 1996 as the operator of nuclear facilities in Ukraine with the main objectives to maintain and operate the existing power capacities and construction of the new ones, procurement of new nuclear fuel and the transportation of spent nuclear fuel, establishment of the national infrastructure for management of irradiated nuclear fuel, and physical security of nuclear power industry facilities. Energoatom’s four nuclear facilities are comprised of 15 operating nuclear power units, 13 of which are VVER-1000 reactors and two VVER-400, aggregating a total installed capacity of 13,835 MWe. As such, Ukraine ranks seventh in the world in terms of the total installed NPP capacity. The main goal of Energoatom’s activity is to increase electricity production and the NPPs’ capacity factor while ensuring continued improvement of the operational safety to meet international standards. Energoatom’s electricity production meets about 55% of Ukraine’s total electricity demand (in recent winters, 60%), although its installed capacity represents only 26.6% of the Ukrainian total. Beside the four nuclear power plants, the Company also comprises 9 service subdivisions, in particular, those for nuclear machine building industry and instrumentation engineering. Around 35,000 employees work in the Company.

Assignment Description: The objective of the proposed consultancy assignment is to advise Energoatom on corporatisation and to strengthen its institutional capacity and sustainability. The selected consultant will be required to assist Energoatom as follows:

(i) undertake an extensive study that includes recommendations on possible steps towards legal and commercial corporation of Energoatom with economic justification of corporatisation;

(ii) introduce modern management information systems; and

(iii) assist with the implementation of the corporate sustainable development strategy to achieve the supply-side energy efficiency improvements and high industrial standards in Ukraine.


Assignment Start Date and Duration: The assignment is expected to start in Q3 2016 and last for 18 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 500,000; exclusive of VAT.
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.


Funding Source: It is anticipated that the contract will be financed through the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund.

Eligibility: There are no consultant nationality eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate Services are required. The Consultant shall be a firm or consortium with comprehensive experience and expertise in corporatisation studies.

The Consultant shall nominate the following Key Experts for the assignment:

Key Expert 1: Senior corporatisation expert/team leader with at least 10 years experience in state-owned enterprise reform, corporatisation/commercialisation of public sector entities in the economies in transition;

Key Expert 2: Senior managing engineer with at least 10 years experience in technical management of power system planning and/or operational quality control in a nuclear power facility/company;

Key Expert 3. Organisation/human resources development expert with at least 5 years experience in labour management, occupational health and safety management, management training, and organisational restructuring in the power sector;

Key Expert 4: Power sector financial advisor with at least 5 years experience in financial accounting and financial management in the power sector business entities;

Key Expert 5: Energy lawyer with at least 5 years' experience in commercial laws, state-owned enterprise reform, and corporate restructuring in the energy sector;

Key Expert 6: Expert in implementation of integrated management systems in nuclear energy with at least 5 years’ experience and the appropriate proficiency evidence certificates.

The Consultant will also be required to provide additional expertise as follows:

  • Environmental, health and safety expert with approximately 5 years’ experience in corporate and/or operational environmental, health and safety management,
  • Communication/corporate sustainability specialist with expertise on social responsibility, stakeholders’ relations, and sustainability accountability mechanisms in commercial entities in the power sector;
  • ICT technology expert with at least 5 years’ experience in implementing and reengineering computerised management information systems (MISs) for the power sector business entities;
  • Local experts with at least 5 years’ experience to support each of international experts/specialists. The local experts should have extensive in-depth local power sector knowledge and good contacts in the public sector and be able to assist international experts to quickly become familiarised with their tasks by translating various documents into English, identifying and compiling a set of government/ corporate policies, regulations and procedures.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives.

3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

4. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The expression of interest shall not exceed 25 pages (excluding CVs Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet).


The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded (4MB), the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Bank Contact Person:
Larissa Gosling
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6338
E-mail: gosling@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address).

Important Notes:

1. Following this invitation for Expressions of Interest, a shortlist of qualified consultants will be formally invited to submit proposals. Shortlisting and selection will be subject to the availability of funding. Energoatom will be the contracting party for this assignment.

2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:

(a) Consultancy Firm's experience in experience and expertise in corporatisation studies - 40%

(b) Consultancy Firm's experience in the region or in similar environments - 20%

(b) CVs of Key Experts - 40%.

Ukraine: Ukrainian State Air Traffic Service Enterprise (UkSATSE) - Assistance to the Project Implementation Unit (PIU)

 | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
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Project Description: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the “EBRD” or the “Bank”) is in the process of providing a loan to the Air Navigation Service Provider (“ANSP”) of Ukraine (“UkSATSE” or the “Client”) in order to finance the time critical upgrading of hardware and software essential for efficient Air Traffic Management functioning in Ukraine in line with the harmonisation programme with Single European Sky (“SES”) programme (the “Project”).

UkSATSE will establish a Project Implementation Unit (“PIU”) charged with the responsibility to manage, co-ordinate, supervise and monitor the implementation of the Project in liaison with the Bank. The Client now intends to engage a consultant (the “Consultant”) to assist the PIU with the Project implementation and reporting to the Lender (the “Assignment”).

Assignment Description: The overall objective of the Assignment is to facilitate the timely and effective implementation of the Project through preparation of the tender documents based on the technical information provided by the client assistance and advice on the tender evaluation with the preparation of the evaluation report in the EBRD format, contracting and contracts implementation and administration, monitor the working conditions, reporting to the Bank and general support including the planning of training and transition to the new systems. Particular attention shall be paid to the harmonization, interfacing and time linkages between the different contracts.

The Assignment shall be carried out in two phases with the commencement of Phase 2 dependent on UkSATSE’s and the Bank’s satisfaction with the performance of the Consultant during Phase 1 and subject to the EBRD’s loan being signed and declared effective.

PHASE 1

Task 1: Preparation of the Tender Documents and provision of technical and operational support for the works, goods and services to be procured

In order to meet the above objectives, the Consultant shall, inter alia:

  • review and suggest amendments to the procurement plan of the Project and assist in optimizing the tendering strategy;
  • assist UkSATSE with establishing appropriate qualification criteria and drafting of the prequalification documents, if needed;
  • prepare the tender documents in compliance with EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules;
  • review the technical information provided by the client for compliance with SES legislation and the ICAO/Eurocontrol Projects requirements applicable to Ukraine;
  • support UkSATSE to obtain the EBRD’s “no objection” on Tender Documents;
  • ensure compliance of the tender documents with the requirements of the environmental covenants as stipulated in the EBRD’s loan documentation;
  • assist UkSATSE in drafting of the necessary technical and tender/contractual documents needed to outsource the production of the preliminary and detailed design, if applicable (note that this task does not cover the production of the preliminary and detailed design).

Note that at the time the Assignment begins the technical documentation will be substantially completed. The development of the documentation is being done by UkSATSE.

Task 2: Organization and Management of the Tendering Process for the works, goods and services to be procured

The Consultant shall assist the PIU with the organization and management of the tendering process for each contract, including the following:

  • assistance in the preparation of clarifications and amendments to the tender documents if required during the tender process;
  • assistance in the preparation for evaluation and evaluation of the tenders, tender clarification meetings in case of two-stage tendering;
  • assistance in preparation of the draft tender evaluation report using the EBRD standard forms;
  • assistance in achieving the Bank´s ”no objection”;
  • assistance in the finalisation of the contract with the winning tenderer, notification of contract award and notices to the unsuccessful tenderers;
  • support UkSATSE in resolving complaints, if any.
  • to ensure that all procedures and documents (contracts) are in compliance with:
    1. applicable international (commercial) laws and international agreements, 
    2. EBRD procurement policies and rules and any other covenants in the loan and between UkSATSE and the Bank,
    3. Good business and industrial practice.
  • assist in bringing all the Project documents and procedures in accordance with International Quality Assurance Standards.

PHASE 2

Subject to UkSATSE’s and the Bank’s satisfaction with the performance of the Consultant during Phase 1 and subject to the EBRD’s loan being signed and declared effective, the Consultant shall undertake Phase 2 of the Assignment and shall carry out the following tasks:

Task 3: Contract Implementation and Administration.

The Consultant’s role will be limited to providing assistance and advice to UkSATSE’s PIU and Project Manager/s.

The Consultant shall:

  • assist UkSATSE and if necessary participate in progress meetings between UkSATSE and suppliers (progress review and ”go-no go” decisions);
  • review interface between the different contracts;
  • assess requests for modifications submitted by the contractors, and advise UkSATSE on whether or not to accept the modifications;
  • assist UkSATSE in resolving claims from the contractor(s) and arranging for counterclaims, if justified and consistent with the contract;
  • monitor the physical progress of implementation against the timetable, bringing to the immediate attention of the PIU any significant variations, the reasons for such variations, their impact on completion of the project and recommending remedial action, if necessary;
  • monitor Project costs against cost estimates, bringing to the immediate attention of PIU and the Bank any significant variations, the reasons for such variations, their impact on completion of the project and recommending remedial action, if necessary.
  • monitor that the working conditions are in compliance with national labour laws and health and safety regulations and international good practice in these areas.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or group of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to commence in Q4 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of twenty-four months.

Maximum Budget available for the Assignment: EUR 295,000 (exclusive of VAT).

The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such in the response to the Notification. If any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable from the Consultant, they are paid by the Consultant. If any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable from the Client, they are paid by the Client.

Funding Source: Austrian Technical Assistance Co-operation Fund.

Eligibility: Consultancy firms shall be entities registered in Austria and all experts proposed by the entity to work on the assignment must be either Austrian nationals or permanent residents of Austria However, up to a maximum of 25% of the maximum contract amount may be used to finance services of local experts who are nationals of Ukraine or consultancy firms of Ukraine.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant shall be a firm or a group of firms with significant prior experience in delivering similar assignments using procurement rules of international financial institutions (“IFIs”) such as EBRD, World Bank, ADB or equivalent procedures of other IFIs. 

The Consultant shall be responsible for mobilisation of qualified procurement and technical specialists and other professional staff with the proven hands-on experience in the procurement, implementation and administration of similar projects in comparable legal and regulatory environment and under IFI procurement rules. Where staff do not speak the local language, interpretation and translation will be the responsibility of the Consultant.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be to be selected, the information submitted should include the following:

  1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max/. 2-4 pages)
  2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives.
  3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.  
  4. Completed Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc

  1. A copy of the Consultant's valid company registration certificate confirming that the firm is registered in Austria.

The expression of interest shall not exceed 20 pages (excluding CVs and Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet).

One original and four copies in both English and Russian (or Ukrainian) should be submitted to the Client in an envelope marked “Expression of Interest for “Ukraine: Ukrainian State Air Traffic Service Enterprise (UkSATSE) – Assistance to the Project Implementation Unit (PIU)”, to reach the Client not later than the date stated above.  One further electronic copy in English should be submitted to the EBRD’s contact person by the same due date.

Important Notes:

  1. Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding.
  1. Shortlisting criteria and respective weightings are as follows:
  1. Capacity of the Firm: size, financial capacity and qualification of potential staff – 10%;
  2. General qualification: Firm’s experience in the successful delivery of Project Implementation Support assignments linked to the Air Navigation Services and/or Aviation sector/s of similar complexity and value preferably undertaken within the last 10 years - 20%;
  3. Firm’s Specific Experience:
    1. experience with the projects of similar complexity in Air Navigation Services area preferably undertaken within the last 15 years – 30%;
    2. experience in preparing similar projects using procurement rules of International Financial Institutions, such as the EBRD, World Bank or ADB or equivalent procedures of other IFIs - 30%;
    3. Firm’s experience in implementing projects in Ukraine and/or CIS countries or countries with similar conditions (e.g. language, technical standards, design and construction laws and regulations) – 10%.

 

Client Contact Person:
Igor Blinov, Nataliia Kravchuk
Ukrainian State Air Traffic Service Enterprise (UkSATSE)
Airport Boryspil, Kyiv region, Ukraine, 08307
Email: blinov_is@uksatse.aero, kravchuk_ny@uksatse.aero
Tel: +38044 351 59 43, +38 044 351 58 66
 

EBRD Contact Person:
Viv Lewis-Headlam
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Email: lewishev@ebrd.com
Tel: +44 20 7338 6885
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
 

Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Program of Power Units of Nuclear Power Plants

 | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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This notice updates the General Procurement Notice published on the Bank’s website on 17 April 2015. 

State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generating Company “Energoatom” intends  to use the loan proceeds in the amount of up to EUR 300 million of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“the Bank”) for the implementation of Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Program of Power Units of Nuclear Power Plants (“the Project”). In parallel, the European Atomic Energy Community, represented by the European Commission (“Euratom”) will also provide a loan of up to EUR 300 million to assist in financing the Project.

The Project will require the procurement of the following goods for Units 1 and 2 of Khmelnitsky NPP (Kh1, Kh2); Units 3 and 4 of Rivne NPP (R3, R4);  Units 2 and 3 of South-Ukraine NPP (SU2, SU3); Units 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Zaporizhzhya NPP (Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6):

 

Package 101.

Replace live steam pipelines check valves to increase their reliability and maintainability for Kh1, Kh2, R3, R4;
Ensure operability of fast-acting atmospheric reducing unit for steam-water mixture leaks, water leaks and ensure a reliable emergency pressure drop for Kh1, Kh2, R3, R4, SU3.

Package 104.

Modernize main steam-line isolation valve to ensure resistance to internal and external impacts for Kh1, Kh2, R3, R4, SU3, Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 105.

Implement equipment to upgrade main reactor joint sealing for SU2;
Implement leak tight plugs in steam generator headers to perform repairs for Kh2, Z3, Z6, R3, R4.

Package 109.

Implement an "in-process" cleaning system for service water spraying pools of vital parts for R3, R4. 

Package 111.

Develop and implement measures to decrease hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for SU3, Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 112.

Equip power units with the system for remote monitoring of strain in reinforced cables of containment  pre-stressed system for Z5, Z6. 

Package 113.

Replace 6 kV switches in the channels of safety trains and of safety related systems for Kh1;
Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for Kh1, Kh2;
Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for Kh1, Kh2;
Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays Kh1, Kh2.

Package 114.

Replace 6 kV switches in the channels of safety trains and of safety related systems for R3;
Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for R3;
Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for R3, R4;
Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays for R3, R4.

Package 115.

Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6
;

Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6

.

Package 116.

Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 117.

Replace 6 kV switches in the channels of safety trains and of safety related systems for SU3;
Modernize the in-house 6kV power supply system for SU3;
Modernize the distribution device of 0,4 kV for SU3;
Modernize relay protection and automation circuits introducing microelectronics relays for SU3.

Package 119.

Modernize emergency power supply system of the first reliability group - uninterruptible power supply for R3.

Package 120.

Modernize safety important systems with replacing 6 kV and 0.4 kV electric motors for SU3, R3, R4, Kh1.

Package 123.

Modernize containment power and control cables penetrations for Kh1, Kh2, R3, R4, SU3, Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 124.

Modernize the turbine generators excitation systems for Kh1, Kh2, R3, R4.

Package 125.

Modernize the turbine generators excitation systems for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 126.

Equip main oil-filled power evacuation equipment with automatic monitoring for Z3, Z4, Z5, SU3, R3.

Package 127.

Modernize the electrical part of the turbine control system K‑1000‑60/3000 for Kh1, Kh2, SU3.

Package 130.

New locations to monitor boron-10 concentration in the systems related to the primary circuit for Kh1, Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 131.

Implement an "industrial" closed-circuit television system for fire hazardous and explosive and unattended rooms for Kh1, R3, Z3, Z5.

Package 132.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for R3, R4;
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for R3, R4.

Package 133.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for Kh1, Kh2;
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for Kh1-Kh2.

Package 134.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6;
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 135.

Instrumentation during and after an accident for SU3;
Introduce the system to monitor hydrogen concentration in the containment for beyond design basis accidents for SU3.

Package 137.

Modernize power unit main computer information system to include automated radiation monitoring system and safety parameters displaying system for SU3;

Modernize radiation monitoring systems (RMS) for SU3;

Create a system to retain operability and ensure information storage under design and beyond design basis accidents (“a black box”) for SU3.

Package 139.

Modernize reactor building safety related instrumentation and control, process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems (including equipment of auxiliary buildings of safety class 3N) for Z3, Z4.

Package 140.

Modernize turbine hall safety related instrumentation and control (including  turbine mechanical parameters monitoring system), process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 141.

Modernize reactor building safety related instrumentation and control, process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems (including equipment of auxiliary buildings of safety class 3N) for SU3;
Modernize turbine hall safety related instrumentation and control (including  turbine mechanical parameters monitoring system), process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems for SU3.

Package 142.

Modernize reactor building safety related instrumentation and control, process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems (including equipment of auxiliary buildings of safety class 3N) for Kh1, Kh2;
Modernize turbine hall safety related instrumentation and control (including  turbine mechanical parameters monitoring system), process protection and interlocking, automatic regulation and remote control systems for Kh1, Kh2.

Package 143.

Modernize neutron flux monitoring equipment and integration of refueling monitoring system and reactimeter for Z4, Z5.

Package 144.

Modernize automatic power regulator, power limiting device to comply with regulatory documents for Z4, Z5.

Package 145.

Modernize the control system of control rods drives, including a system for “U” algorithms implementation for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 146.

Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement for Kh1, Kh2, R3.

Package 147.

Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 148.

Modernize the control safety systems and hardware replacement for SU3.

Package 149.

Modernize NPP radiation monitoring systems (RMS) for Kh1, R3.

Package 150.

Modernize NPP radiation monitoring systems (RMS) for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 151.

Create a system to retain operability and ensure information storage under design and beyond design basis accidents (“a black box”) for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 152.

Modernize the standby diesel generators control system for Kh1, R3, SU3.

Package 153.

Modernize the standby diesel generators control system for Z3, Z4, Z5, Z6.

Package 154.

Implement equipment and methodology for cladding leak test (KGO) by a sipping-method in the working mast of the refueling machine during transportation of fuel assemblies (FA) for Z3, Z4;

Modernize the refueling machine control system for Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 155.

Replace automatic chemical control (ACC-1,2) systems. Upgrade and automatize primary and secondary water chemistry for Kh1, Z3, Z4, Z5.

Package 157.

Implementation of containment forced depressurization system for Kh1, R3, SU3, Z3, Z4, Z5.

 

Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2016.

Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law  of the Purchaser's country.

Interested suppliers and contractors should contact:

 

SE NNEGC ENERGOATOM
Mr. Gennady SAZONOV, CCSUP PMU Manager
Office 410, 6 Gaidara Street, Kyiv 01033, Ukraine
tel.   +380 (44) 277 79 87, +380 (44) 206 97 97
e-mail: pmu@direkcy.atom.gov.ua

Project Consultant - Assistance with the implementation of the Ukraine Residential Energy Efficiency Finance Facility (UREEFF)

 | Published April 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
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Assignment Description: By consuming 32% of Ukraine’s total energy production, the residential sector is the second largest energy consumer. More than 80% of Ukraine’s multi-family apartment buildings have deteriorated to the extent that they constitute a risk to the lives and well-being of their inhabitants. According to estimates, technical energy saving potential is 50% of the actual baseline. Recent events have already affected the energy prices for industrial and residential consumers with serious implications on businesses’ competitiveness and households’ disposable income. The Ukrainian Government increased natural gas prices for the population by 50% in May 2014 and by a further 3.5 times as of April 2015, as agreed with the International Monetary Fund. With energy prices rising, an increasing number of people face difficulties paying their bills. Despite large potential, many residential energy efficiency ("EE") projects remain unfinanced and unimplemented as they are hampered by a number of market barriers such as inter-alia: inadequate public awareness of the benefits of EE projects and perceived technical and/or financial risk and insufficient capacity for evaluating specific EE projects among banks; significant regulatory barriers preventing commercial financing of residential EE, in particular up until recently the legislation did not provide for establishing of a legally viable homeowner client base; national banking regulations were extremely unfavourable towards home owners associations as borrowers and the secondary regulatory basis was insufficient for introduction of market-based financial instruments for EE; and last but not least, the existing social safety net for low income households still has a number of drawbacks which translates into the homeowners associations not being able to reach consensus among homeowners or having to proceed with some low-income families excluded from the refurbishment, meaning that the poor and vulnerable groups do not have equal opportunity to participate in the comprehensive renovation of their building. Some of the above barriers are being addressed by the EBRD (and by other IFIs) through extensive Policy Dialogue activities that have recently resulted in significant improvement in developing enabling conditions for investments. In particular, it is worthy to note that the Bank’s active engagement with the authorities in Ukraine over the past few years resulted in the adoption of regulations to support Ukraine’s transposition of the EU Directive on Energy Performance of Buildings. Following on the Policy Dialogue engagement, with a view to address the poor condition of the residential building stock and the rapidly increasing energy tariffs, the EBRD is envisaging a residential Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (‘Ukrainian Residential Energy Efficiency Financing Facility, ‘UREEFF’ or ‘the Facility’). By bundling technical assistance, funding and risk participation and financial incentives to end-users into a ‘one-stop-shop’ structure, UREEFF would be the first dedicated instrument to support investments in residential EE in the country. In line with the classic EBRD SEFF model, it is envisaged that the Bank would make available up to USD 100 million to qualifying Participating Financial Institutions (PFIs) in Ukraine (including new and existing clients of the Bank) for on-lending to eligible private sector sub-borrowers for sustainable energy investments in the residential sector. It is intended that the Facility will be structured along the Bulgarian REECL (www.reecl.org) and Moldovan MoREEFF (http://moreeff.info/en/) model to target private housing including multi-storey apartment buildings. Based on the preliminary discussions and understanding of the Ukrainian EE market and financial sector, as well as taking into account EBRD experience in residential sector in other countries, the following indicative incentive mechanisms are anticipated: Technical Assistance, that will facilitate transfer of skills to banks and sub-borrowers, awareness raising among wide group of stakeholders and demonstration of the financial benefits of rational energy utilisation; Investment Incentives, of up to 20% of the related sub-loan amount for individual sub-borrowers and up to 35% of the related sub-loan amount for housing collectives, depending on the nature and performance of sub-projects; Guarantees and risk sharing elements; The final structure, level and mechanism of incentives to be determined are subject to EBRD internal approvals and funding being made available by Donors (various funding applications are currently under consideration by bilateral and multilateral Donors). The EBRD now intends to engage a consulting company or consortium for five years to perform the role of Project Consultant (“PC”, the “Consultant”) to support the implementation and administration of UREEFF (the “Assignment”). The Consultant will maintain an operational base in Kiev and at least one regional front office in one of the oblast centres (to be determined), which will be equipped and staffed to provide all necessary facilities, services (secretarial support, interpretation, translation) throughout the duration of the Assignment. The Consultant is required to demonstrate good knowledge of the local market and the ability to cover wider geographical reach and mobilise experts quickly. The experts should be able to communicate effectively in the English and Ukrainian languages. Long-term experts shall spend minimum 75% of their time in Ukraine. Any home-based activities shall require justification. It is envisaged that at least 50% of expert input shall be provided by local experts who are professionally based and operating in Ukraine. The Consultant’s objective will be to assist in the preparation, successful implementation, and verification of eligible projects under UREEFF by providing the following services: Preparatory phase: to establish the Facility the PC will develop all technical operational tools, templates and forms; maintain and update the dedicated web-site; Implementation phase: further services will include marketing and general awareness raising; support with pipeline development; capacity building for PFIs and housing collectives; sub-projects preparation including energy audits, conceptual design of residential building-level projects, legal advice on housing regulations for Housing Associations/Condominiums and identification of optimal investment plans; administration and monitoring of the Facility and verification (desk-based and spot-checks) of correct implementation and confirmation of the correct level of incentives for which each sub-project qualifies, including general monitoring, reporting and verification activities for climate finance. Involvement of other consultants contracted by EBRD In order to facilitate the preparation of UREEFF, EBRD hired a Project Preparation Consultant who has already defined the technical eligibility criteria and energy performance requirements for types of eligible individual measures and packaged solutions and will list them on a publicly available List of Eligible Materials and Equipment (or "LEME") website expected to be finalised in the second half of 2015. Eligible Measures are envisaged to include: Energy efficient windows and glazing of permanently occupied areas; Additional glazing of balconies and loggias or windows/glazing of common areas in multi-storey apartment buildings (staircases, basements, technical rooms, etc); Thermal insulation of walls and roof - not applicable for individual apartments in multi-storey apartment buildings; Thermal insulation of floor; Energy efficient biomass stoves/boilers with or without associated controls, space heating and domestic hot water (DHW) storage systems; Specific household appliances (e.g. refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, boilers, heat pumps); Solar water heaters with or without associated space heating and DHW systems; Energy efficient gas boilers with or without associated controls, space heating and DHW storage systems; Electricity-driven heat pumps including air-to-air, ground-to-water or water-to-water installations; Roof-top integrated grid and off-grid application of solar photovoltaic installations up to 2.0 kWp; Balanced mechanical ventilation with heat recovery for permanently occupied premises; Up-grade of building-level central space heating installation including building-level heat exchanger stations with associated controls, pipes, machinery and emitters as well as hydraulic balancing of entire installation. The detailed LEME and the associated list of eligible suppliers and installers will be made available to all shortlisted consultants at the time of the RFP. Contracting Authority: EBRD Status of Selection Process: Interested firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest. Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in August 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of 5 years. The contract may be extended subject to satisfactory performance of the consultant, the needs of the Bank and availability of donor funds. Maximum Budget Available for the Assignment: EUR 4,500,000; exclusive of VAT. The consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense. Funding Source: The source of funding is to be determined. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding. Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions. Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant shall be a firm or consortium of firms and shall have relevant previous project experience and staff as follows: 1. Experience of Firm/Consortium: The firm/consortium must have (a) a proven project experience in the previous implementation of similar facilities or assignments related to residential buildings energy management, residential buildings energy efficiency design and standards, knowledge of EU, international and local (Ukrainian) building regulations and relevant standards in relation to energy consumption and performance, as well as marketing skills to promote the Facility; and (b) strong project management, IT and database experience are essential to make the tracking/reporting and control of the monitoring process as efficient as possible. 2. CVs/Experts nominated by Consultant: The Consultant's team will be composed of professionals with relevant technical, marketing and economic background supported by engineers and architects in order to ensure compliance of conceptual designs with Ukraine legislation. The Consultant is expected to nominate a team of experts (good mix of skills, level of experience and language skills) capable of carrying out the Assignment. The key expert positions are: (a) Pool of Chartered Engineers and Architects: At least four experts including chartered civil engineers, chartered architects and chartered mechanical engineers with particular experience in residential buildings energy management, residential buildings energy efficiency design and standards, knowledge of EU, international and local (Ukrainian) building regulations and relevant standards in relation to energy consumption and performance, as well as marketing skills to promote the Facility. (b) Pool of Additional Experts: The key expert team shall further be composed of additional professionals with relevant technical, marketing and economic background and strong project management/administration, IT and database experience. (c) Implementation capacity: The Consultant should be able to assist, monitor, verify and provide specialised assistance to over 75,000 small-size sub-projects; Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be shortlisted, the information submitted should include the following: 1. Company profile, organisation and staffing (max. 4 pages); 2. Details of firm's previous experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives; 3. CVs of key experts who could be available to work on the Assignment; 4. Completed Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc The above information should not exceed 40 pages excluding CVs and contact sheet. The complete expression of interest (including CVs and Contact Sheet) shall be one file (pdf or Word) to be uploaded to eSelection (only if the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files). Expressions of Interest shall be submitted, in English, electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. Bank Contact Person: Steve Gillard Head TC Operations, Technical Cooperation European Bank for Reconstruction and Development One Exchange Square London EC2A 2JN Tel: + 44 20 7338 7834 e-mail: GillardS@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address) Notes: Following this invitation for expressions of interest, a shortlist of qualified firms will be formally invited to submit proposals. Consultant selection and contracting will be subject to availability of funding. The launch and implementation of the Facility may be affected by the political and macroeconomic situation in Ukraine. The EBRD may suspend, postpone, or re-structure the Assignment and the Facility to reflect changing market circumstances.

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Департамент гуманітарної політики Дніпропетровська міська рада | Published September 17, 2016  -  Deadline October 3, 2016
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Natural gas, liquefied or in gaseous state Natural gas for their performance must meet all requirements of state standards, specifications, regulations and technical documents on gas quality, which operate in Ukraine, including the requirements of GOST 5542-87 "Hazы horyuchye pryrodnыe for inductrial and kommunalno -bыtovoho purposes. Specifications ".
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