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Denmark-Fredericia: Construction work for the oil and gas industry
Periodic indicative notice – utilities
This notice is a periodic indicative notice only
Section I: Contracting entity
Section II: Object
Baltic Pipe Project supplier information day
Energinet is hosting a Baltic Pipe Project supplier information day on 14.11.2018, where the project wishes to start up the dialogue around the upcoming procurement events. The event will be held near Copenhagen, Denmark.
The event will be held near Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Baltic Pipe Project is a gas infrastructure project, co-financed by the Connecting Europe Facility of the European Union, which aims at creating a new supply corridor for gas in the European gas market. The project has a capacity of 10BCM pr. year and will facilitate transport of Norwegian gas to Poland via Denmark. The Danish part of the project consists of the following major elements:
105-110 km offshore gas pipeline in the North Sea from the EPII pipe to the Gas Receiving Terminal in the Western part of Jutland
An expansion of the existing gas terminal
210-230 km onshore gas pipeline across Denmark
A compressor station on Zealand to increase pressure from approx. 46 barg to 120 barg and ensure the required flow of natural gas to Poland
The main focus of the supplier day will be on the following procurement events:
The offshore Installation Contract includes installation of the EPII Branch pipeline which comprises a 105 km long 32” subsea pipeline at a water depth of ~ 40 m.
The EPC contract for the EPII Terminal at Nybro includes construction of a gas receiving terminal which comprises an inlet section, 3 parallel trains with filtration, heating, pressure reduction, metering and an outlet section as well as a fire heater installation with a capacity of 30 MW.
Onshore installation of app. 210 km gas linepipes (diameter 800-1000 mm) across Denmark. Works are divided into a number of packages to be executed over 2 phases, 2020 and 2021 respectively. Each of them includes constructions works containing; trenching, linepipe handling, welding, coating, valve stations, crossings incl. HDD as well as linepipe logistics from selected ports to the work sites, but where these activities are not limited to these services listed. Further, offshore installation works of app. 4 km gas linepipes are included with associated landfalls. Linepipes will be supplied by Contracting Authority.
A compressor station to increase pressure from approx. 46 barg to 120 barg and ensure the required flow of natural gas to Poland. Compressor units will be supplied by Contracting Authority.
This means that Energinet will select Contractors (EPC or similar), that covers the above mentioned procurement events. It is Energinet’s sole discretion to select the participants, which is found most relevant for this project.
The supplier information day will start at 9:00 and end at approximately 16:00. The day will be kicked off by an introduction to the project followed by informal face to face dialogue. The event will hold a maximum of 100 participants.
Pls register your interest by emailing Lars Henrik Jacobsen: firstname.lastname@example.org. Each registered company will be allowed two participants. In case of further inquiries re. participants, please direct this to your e-mail. Registration of interest must be done no later than 17:30 (GMT+1), 5.10.2018. Further information about the Baltic Pipe Project can be found at https://www.baltic-pipe.eu
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information