PUBLIC TENDER N° TR31028395

Thursday, September 16, 2010

 

“TIME CHARTER SERVICE OF A TANKER VESSEL BETWEEN 40.000 AND 55.000 M3 FOR CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS”

According to article 3, second paragraph of the Chilean Merchant Marine Development Law (Ley de Fomento a la Marina Mercante – Decree Law N° 3.059 of 1979), and articles 6 and next of its Regulation (Decree Nº 237 of 2000 of the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications), EMPRESA NACIONAL DEL PETRÓLEO, on behalf of its subsidiary, Enap Refinerías S.A., calls for tenders to provide “TIME CHARTER SERVICE OF A TANKER VESSEL BETWEEN 40.000 AND 55.000 M3 FOR CLEAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS”, to transport clean petroleum products, in, from and between coastal ports located in the Republic of Chile (cabotaje) and ports located abroad (imports and exports) in volumes over 900 tons. Shipowners, who are fulfilling the conditions requested in this tender, are kindly invited to forward us your quotations. The offers may be presented for national and foreign vessels.

General  Terms:
Executive general terms, requirements and instructions for the acquisition of the bidding terms, is available at the Web Site www.enap.cl, Procurement Menu (Menú Aprovisionamiento).

Sale of the Bidding Terms: From September 16th, 2010

Reception of Offers and Opening of “Annexed Documents” and “Technical Offer”:  Wednesday, November 10th, 2010, at 15:00 hours.

PRICE OF THE BIDDING TERMS: US$ 1.000.- (One thousand US dollar) VAT included-

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