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Tuesday January 23rd 2018




Issue Date:
Bid Closing Date:
Contracts Dept. – Corporate Division, Qatar Petroleum, PO Box 3212, Royal Plaza,G Wing,4th Floor Rm G11,Doha
Bond Validity:
12/01/12 – (150) days from the Bid Closing Date
Offer Validity:
13/12/11 – (120) days from the Bid Closing Date
Scope of Work/Description:
Qatar Petroleum (QP) on behalf of the Petrol Station Executive Committee (PSEC) requires a Website to be designed which meets its business needs and can be easily updated and improved upon based on user feed-back. The Website will be used as a mechanism to keep the general public informed as to the initiates, developments and progress of the health, safety and environmental aspects of petrol retailing stations throughout the State of Qatar. The Website will be a means of providing State of Qatar requirements and safety advice to petrol station owners, managers and staff. The Website shall reflect a corporate theme maintaining a strong consistency in content style, site navigation and look-and-feel across its web presence. The Contract is to obtain Services from a specialist to ensure that Website meets their needs in terms of content and management, as well as international standards in terms of design/functionality and to implement a number of improvements suggested by QP.

a) Tender documents for the above services/works can be obtained from the Dates of Issue at the different locations indicated above. Tender documents may be collected between 08:30 and 13:30 only.

b) Tender documents will be released only to authorized company representatives with the Letter of Authorization on Company Letterhead.

c) Non-refundable Tender fees are payable as below to Doha Bank Ltd. at QP Branch, Ras Abu Aboud, Doha, or to Qatar National Bank, QP Branch, 2nd Floor, Al-Sadd Plaza, Doha:
STC & LTC Tenders – Fee per tender QR 200.00
GTC Tenders – Fee per tender QR 500.00

d) Where tender documents are collected on behalf of others, the entity who collects the tender documents must submit a letter from the ‘principal(s)’ stating that the tender documents are collected on their behalf.

e) Where tender documents are collected on behalf of more than one ‘principal’, the tender fee has to be paid in respect of each tender document.

f) No queries will be entertained, or bids received, from entities who have not purchased tender documents in compliance with the above provisions.

g) All prospective bidders wishing to participate in Qatar Petroleum tenders issued by the Contracts Department shall be a QP registered vendor with a SAP Vendor ID. To obtain a SAP ID, the potential bidder must submit a duly completed Vendor Master File Update (VMFU) Form together with supporting documents as detailed in Vendor Master Update Guidelines posted in QP Website.

h) All bidders shall ensure that the business/company name, contact persons and other details in all relevant documents to reflect the details as stated in the commercial registration documents.

i) Bidders/Contractors, who are registered with QP and possess a QP SAP Vendor ID, shall with immediate effect ensure that any change to the vendor details is updated with QP by submitting a duly completed Vendor Master File Update (VMFU) Form to ensure smooth processing of Tender, Contract and Payment related matters without any delay.
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