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Dyce Industrial Estates - Removal of Redundant Oil Tanks

Aberdeen City Council | Published August 29, 2016
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391000, 391010, 391011, 391012, 391213, 399999

Dyce Industrial Estates - Removal of Redundant Oil Tanks

17373 - Kessock Workshop Demolition, Fraserburgh

Aberdeenshire Council | Published November 27, 2014  -  Deadline December 17, 2014
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181000, 391011, 391012, 391111, 391213, 399999

The works involve the demolition of an existing building on a wider industrial site within Fraserburgh.

Buchanhaven Primary School Extensions - Phase 2

Aberdeenshire Council | Published October 8, 2014
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391010, 391110

The contract comprises the construction of a dining room extension at the rear of the school along with a new retaining wall; at the front of the school there is a new entrance extension. Both extensions are traditional construction with a flat roof covered with sarnafil roof coverings. Internal alterations consist of forming a new Head Teacher and admin office, slappings, new partitions work to roolights along with a new industrial kitchen.The retaining wall at the rear along with a new fire exit must be complete before the Dining Room extension has started. The new front extension along with the new Dining room cannot start untill the 20th April 2015.

Services related to the oil and gas industry

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published September 27, 2016
Winner
Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Ltd
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76000000

Description of procurement: The key function will be to provide specialist environmental and decommissioning advice to DECC so that it can effectively fulfil its regulatory remit of ensuring:

Services related to the oil and gas industry

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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Services related to the oil and gas industry

Services related to the oil and gas industry

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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Services related to the oil and gas industry

Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage Project

Aberdeen City Council | Published July 14, 2015
Winner
Hydrogenics Europe Nv
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181900, 191300, 221000, 221100, 271510, 271700, 371000, 371100, 381000, 381100, 381200, 381300, 381500, 391010, 391011, 391213, 399999

Aberdeen City council intend to award a contract to the successful tenderer to implement a multi-application power-to-gas facility with a central controller feeding excess renewable power to the electrolyser and sending the produced hydrogen where it is most needed. The following applications are foreseen: 1. Renewable fuel for transport 2. Filling hydrogen cylinders at industrial pressure that can be used, for example, in data centres and cellular tower backup systems running on Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells. 3. Injection of surplus energy in the Natural Gas network in a subsequent phase of work. Note that this is subject to legislation and currently not included in the scope of work of this project 4. Any other application that could be added at a later stage The resulting contract shall provide: One (1) Turnkey 350 and 700 bar hydrogen fuelling station with: a) On site hydrogen production by electrolysis of water (PEM or Alkaline) using renewable electricity. The capacity of the electrolyser will be no less than 130kgpd. b) Compression, storage and dispensing. The dispenser must be equipped with at least two hose assemblies used to refuel FCEV automobiles and buses, in accordance with the latest technical standards for both the station as well as the refuelling of applications such as: - SAE International J2719: 2011 Hydrogen Fuel Quality for Fuel Cell Vehicles - SAE J2601 and SAE J2799: One hose shall be capable of H70-T40 including communication for light duty FCEVs and the other hose shall be capable of refuelling buses at 35MPa. c) The station design shall be as modular as possible and the electrolyser and compression systems must be containerised separately to minimise the on-site installation activities. The containers must be designed to operate outside in the climate of Aberdeen. 1. One (1) x 10 kWe PEM fuel cells system for backup power application (a) The fuel cells must come installed in a rack with quick connect rear interfaces and designed with a –48V DC distribution panel for load connections; (b) The fuel cells must include an Integrated System Controller providing constant system monitoring and system status to a central office and local monitoring through USB port. 2. One (1) Hydrogen Bottle Filling system (a) The system must include two (2) x bundles of 16 bottles of 50 Litres each for storage of hydrogen at an industrial pressure of 200bar. Each bundle of 16 bottles shall be capable of storing a minimum of 140Nm3 (12.6kg) of hydrogen produced by the electrolyser at the hydrogen fuelling station. The bundles are to be mounted on a rack and come complete with manifold. (b) It is intended that the fuelling station and hydrogen bundles be located in the same project area to make use of a single compression system for both filling the high pressure cylinders and the bundles at the industrial pressure of 200 bar. 3. 1 x Systems controller dispatching hydrogen to the most valuable application at any time with priority sequencing. 4. Buffer Storage Capacity The system must have capacity for the storage of a minimum capacity of Hydrogen which would allow the refuelling of two buses within 30 minutes at 30kg per bus at 350Bar. In addition there will be a need for the successful tenderer to provide training over the course of the contract to Aberdeen City Council. The ITT also offers the tenderer the opportunity to put forward their proposal with regards to maintenance of the facility and also for the design of a suitable canopy for the refuelling station.

Construction works for plants, mining and manufacturing and for buildings relating to the oil and gas industry

North East Scotland College | Published December 15, 2015
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45250000, 76000000, 45255000

Construction works for plants, mining and manufacturing and for buildings relating to the oil and gas industry

Waste incinerators

Aberdeen City Council | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
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42320000, 90000000, 09300000, 09323000, 45200000, 45210000, 45220000, 45222000, 45222100, 45222110, 45232140, 45232141, 45232142, 45251000, 45251140, 45251200, 45251240, 45251250, 51135110, 65400000, 71300000, 71310000, 71313000, 71314000, 71314310, 71320000, 71321000, 71323000, 90500000, 90513000, 90513100, 90513200, 90513300, 90513400

Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council and Moray Council (together hereinafter referred to as the ‘Partner Councils’) are seeking to procure residual waste management services to receive and treat residual municipal waste, managed by or on behalf of the Partner Councils. The Partner Councils intend to fund the capital investment required.

The Partner Councils are seeking to procure residual waste management services to receive and treat residual municipal waste, managed by or on behalf of the Partner Councils.

It is estimated that the Partner Councils will require treatment and disposal services for approximately 150 000 tonnes per annum of residual municipal waste. The Partner Councils are willing to discuss a Guaranteed Minimum Tonnage (GMT) and/or exclusivity over the Partner Councils' Residual Municipal Waste if this represents best value. This will be discussed during dialogue. The Contractor will be required to accept Contract Waste at a facility to be designed, built and operated on a site, owned by the Partner Councils at East Tullos industrial Estate, Aberdeen (the ‘Site’). Planning permission to build an EFW Facility on the Site was granted by Aberdeen City Council on 10 October 2016. Link to the Planning Permission:

https://publicaccess.aberdeencity.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=ZZZY9GBZSK952

The construction costs will be financed by the Partner Councils.

The Contractor will be required to accept and treat all Contract Waste from the commencement of the service period of circa 20 years which will be preceded by a construction period of up to 3 years. Under the project agreement to be entered into by Aberdeen City Council, as Lead Authority and the preferred bidder, Contract Waste may also include residual municipal waste from other Local Authorities established under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1994 and any successor bodies (‘Associated Council’).

It is currently anticipated that contract commencement will be August 2018.

The Partner Councils reserve the right to require Bidders to submit tenders for a full operational period of longer than 20 years if a longer period is justified on the basis of value for money considerations.

The exact capacity requirements, date for service commencement and contract length will be ascertained during the dialogue.

It is envisaged that the contract will be based on the latest HM Treasury and DEFRA/ WIDP guidance for waste projects, any other relevant guidance issued by the Scottish Government and/or the Scottish Futures Trust, with relevant amendments to reflect project specific requirements and the Partner Councils funding of construction costs.

It is envisaged that the contract will include:

— to the extent necessary to deliver the preferred bidder's technical solution, the design, construction, commissioning, licensing, permitting, operation and maintenance of residual municipal waste reception and treatment facility(ies) for the processing of residual municipal waste to produce energy, to meet the targets and the requirements of the Partner Councils via a design, build, and operate approach;

— the working capital costs required for the Project, recognising that the Partner Councils will fund the construction costs through milestone payments during the construction period. The detail of these arrangements will be discussed with Bidders during dialogue.

The Partner Councils are committed to securing community benefits from major procurement programmes and will require the Contractor to work with the Partner Councils, as part of the delivery of the Contract to deliver such community benefits.

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