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OMV Petrom allocates up to RON 576.9 M for oil and gas industry services

OMV Petrom is allocating, from its own sources, RON 225.3 M to RON 576.9 M, VAT not included, for oil and gas industry services, the contract set to cover a period of 84 months after it is awarded, according to a participation announcement posted within the Public Procurements’ Electronic System (SEAP).
The company that wins the tender has to offer oil and gas industry services, maintenance and repair services and road transport services.
According to the announcement, the bidder has to prove that it has had a global turnover of at least RON 132.3 M in the last three years (2012, 2013, 2014).
At the same time, the bidder has to prove that he can have access to or has at its disposal “real, debt-free resources,” credit lines confirmed by banks, or other financial means sufficient for a cash-flow of at least RON 4.47 M.
“For the contracting authority and for the purpose of the present procedure, the expression “to prove access to financial resources” refers to the request to confirm the candidate’s ability to have access to debt-free financial resources or to credit lines confirmed by banks/financial institutions or any other financial means in the aforementioned amount,” the announcement reads.
The contract will be offered through negotiation, the deadline for the filing of bids or participation request being October 13, at 1 p.m.
Austria’s OMV Group is the majority shareholder of Petrom, having a participation of 51.01 per cent. The Economy Ministry owns 20.64 per cent of Petrom’s shares and the Property Fund 20.11 per cent.
Petrom is the biggest Romanian oil and gas company, being active in the Exploration and Production, Refining and Petrochemical Products, Marketing, Natural Gas and Energy sectors.

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