ONGC needs PMC for onshore projects

Vol 21, PW 1 (05 Oct 17) News in Brief
     

ONGC's onshore engineering services group wants to "empanel" or pre-select consultants to work at its onland E&P projects.

On September 19, ONGC published a tender for companies to act as the Project Management Consultant and Engineering Project Management Consultant for assignments worth over Rs100cr ($16m). "This will save time," we hear.

Instead of laboriously going through a selection process for individual projects ONGC's onshore engineering services group will in future only invite price-bids from pre-approved consultants who can review project data and engineering plans, develop a conceptual design, prepare project schedules, evaluate bids, inspect equipment, and supervise the project from beginning to end. Among companies expected to participate are Technip, Nauvata Engineering, Triune Engineering, Engineers India, Tata Consulting Engineers, and Fluor Corporation.

ONGC will meet interested bidders in Delhi on October 17 and wants queries by October 10 with bids by November 20 and opened the same day.

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