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									Tender No. BDA/ONSG/MM/DS/CH HIR RIG/AR(12)/2012-13/BN6RC12001

                                       OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LIMITED
                           MATERIALS MANAGEMENT, ONSHORE SERVICES GROUP, CONTRACT CELL
                                            REGIONAL STORES, MAKARPURA ROAD
                                             BARODA - 390 009, GUJARAT, INDIA
                             Fax No.: +91-265-2638855 / 2631342    Phone: +91-265-260 3576
No.: BDA/ONSG/MM/DS/CH HIR RIG/AR(12)/2012-13/BN6RC12001                                          Date: 14.03.2012
                                               INVITATION TO E-BID
Dear Sir,
DGM-I/c. MM, ONSG, ONGC, Baroda invites e-bids for Charter Hiring of one number of Type-II Drilling Rig of
minimum 1400 HP, capable to drill up to 4900 M with mud services and cementing services for Ahmedabad Asset
for PEL/ML Area, through its e-procurement site. The bidding document and the prescribe Bid Form for submission
of bids can be downloaded against RFx No. BN6RC12001 from ONGC’s e-procurement portal
https://etender.ongc.co.in. The general details of tender can be viewed at RFx Parameters under “RFx
information” tab of the bid invitation (RFx). The details of tender are given below:-
   1    Tender No.                         BN6RC12001
                                           Open Tender on International Competitive Bidding basis under Two-Bid
   2    Type of Tender
                                           System.
   3    Description of Services            Charter Hiring of one number of Type-II Drilling Rig of minimum 1400 HP,
                                           capable to drill up to 4900 M with mud services and cementing services for
                                           Ahmedabad Asset for PEL/ML Area.
   4    Grouping of Requirements           As per Bid Evaluation Criteria (Annexure- V)
   5    Mobilization Period                As per Bid Evaluation Criteria (Annexure- V)
   6    Duration of Contract               One year
        Sale Period of E-Tender
   7                                       15.03.2012 to 04.04.2012
        Document
                                           For Indian Bidders:- Rs. 45,000/-
   8    Tender Fee
                                           For Foreign Bidders :- USD 1000/-
   9    Closing / Opening date & time of   Closing on: 15.05.2012 at 1400 Hrs (IST).
        Tender                             Opening on: 15.05.2012 at 1500 Hrs (IST).
  10    Bid Validity                       120 days from the date of tender opening.
  11    EMD / Bid Bond                     As per Bid Evaluation Criteria (Annexure- V).
                                           Note:- Bidders are advised to ensure that in the Bid Bond Bank Guarantee
                                                   signatures of both Witness and Telephone No & Fax No of issuing
                                                   bank are available.
  12    Performance Bank Guarantee/        Contractor(s) i.e. Successful Bidder(s) shall submit PBG for 7.5% of Annual
        Security Deposit                   Contract value.
                                           PBG must be valid for 120 days beyond period of the Contract for Foreign
                                           bidder and 60 days beyond period of contract for Indian bidders.
  13    Tender Terms & Conditions          Tender will be governed by Terms & Conditions as per Annexure – I to VI
                                           of bid document.
  14    Evaluation Methodology:            As Bid Evaluation Criteria (Annexure- V)
  15    Price Format                       Price formats are at Annexure-IV.

  16    Techno-Commercial BEC Matrix       Bidders are required to submit Techno-Commercial BEC Matrices as at
                                           Annexure- VI, duly filled-in and signed on all the pages by the person
                                           signing the bid.
  17    Correspondence Address             DGM- I/c. MM – ONSG, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd
                                           Shed No.20, Regional Stores, Makarpura Road, Baroda – 390009, India.
                                           Fax No. +91-265-2638855 / 2631342



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  18    The tender shall be governed by the following:-
          01 Invitation to Bid
          02 Annexure – I : Instructions to bidder along with various Appendices
          03 Annexure – II: Drilling Agreement with General Terms and Conditions along with various Appendices.
          04 Annexure – III: Scope of Work & Technical Specification for 1400 HP Drilling Rig along with Services
          05 Annexure – IV: Price Bid Format
          06 Annexure – V: Bid Evaluation Criteria ( BEC)
          07 Annexure – VI: Techno-Commercial BEC Compliance Matrices
  19    Bidder should submit in their bid specific acceptance/compliance to each requirement of Technical specifications
        and Scope of Works and all terms & conditions of tenders.
  20    A Pre-Bid Conference shall be held on 12.04.2012 at 11.00 Hrs. (IST) in ONGC Conference Hall, Shed No. 20,
        Regional Stores, Makarpura Road, Baroda-390 009, India. Bidders are requested to attend the Pre Bid
        Conference as mentioned above. Queries, if any, may be communicated to ONGC, in writing, so as to reach
        ONGC by 10.04.2012 and soft copy in Microsoft words may be sent to email address : akrabha@yahoo.co.in /
        rabha_a@ongc.co.in. ONGC expects the bidders to comply with the tender conditions frozen after the Pre-Bid
        Conference, failing which their bid may be rejected.
  21    Prices shall be quoted strictly as per on line price bid formats at Annexure-V of the tender document.
  22    The Bid along with all appendices and copies of documents should be submitted in two-bid system in e-form
        through ONGC’s e-bidding engine. The Techno- Commercial bid shall contain all details without indicating prices
        of the quoted items. However, a suitable response shall be selected of the given options against each item of the
        ‘online Price Bid format’, to indicate that there is a quote against that item in the Price bid. The Price bid shall
        contain only the prices duly filled in the on-line price format of ONGC’s e-procurement engine.
        The price bids submitted in physical form against e-procurement tenders shall not be given any cognizance.
        However the following documents (in original) should necessarily be submitted in physical form in sealed
        envelope superscribed as "Tender Number and due for opening on...………..." The outer cover should duly bear
        the tender number and date of closing/opening prominently underlined, along with the address of Purchaser's
        office, as indicated in Invitation for Bids:
        (i)      The original bid security.
        (ii)     The “Power of Attorney” or authorization, or any other document consisting of adequate proof of the
                 ability of the signatory to bind the bidder, in original, when the power of attorney is a special “Power of
                 Attorney” relating to the specific tender of ONGC only.
                  A notarized true copy of the “Power of Attorney” shall also be accepted in lieu of the original, if the power
                 of attorney is a general “Power of Attorney”. However, photocopy of such notarized true copy shall not be
                 accepted.
        (ii)    ‘Integrity Pact’ duly signed and other documents as per BEC.

        Offers with techno commercial bid-containing prices shall be rejected outright

        If the bidder fails to submit original document with the same content as in the copies submitted in the un-price bid
        folder(through e-bidding portal) and in accordance with bidding document, irrespective of their status/ranking in
        tender, the bid will be rejected and ONGC may consider to debar the bidder from participating against future
        tenders.
  23    ONGC shall not responsible for loss of document Or delay in postal in transit.
Yours sincerely




For DGM-I/C-MM, ONSG




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                                         NOTICE INVITING TENDER
    1. DGM-I/c.MM, ONSG, ONGC, Baroda, India invites E-bids on International Competitive Bidding under Two-
        Bid System through its E-procurement site as per details given below:-

          Tender No.: BN6RC12001
          Brief Description:- Charter Hiring of one number of Type-II Drilling Rig of minimum 1400 HP,
          capable to drill up to 4900 M with mud services and cementing services for Ahmedabad Asset for
          PEL/ML Area.
          Tender fee: US$ 1000.00 (For Foreign Bidders) / Rs. 45,000.00 (For Indian Bidders).
          E-Tender Document Sale Period: 15.03.2012 to 04.04.2012.
          Last date of Receipt of Queries for Pre Bid Conference: 10.04.2012
          Pre Bid Conference date / time: 12.04.2012 at 11.00 Hrs.
          Tender Closing / Opening date & time: 15.05.2012; 1400 Hrs. / 1500 Hrs. (IST)
          For further details of tender please logon to our web site “https://etender.ongc.co.in”

    2. Tender Fee is Non-refundable and Non-transferable. The firms registered with NSIC are exempted from
       payment of tender fee provided they furnish evidence that they are registered for the item they intend to
       quote against this tender. The Govt. Depts. / Central PSUs are also exempted from the payment of tender
       fee.
    3. In case of unscheduled holiday on the closing / opening / pre-bid conference day of the tender, next
       working day will be treated as scheduled prescribed day of closing/ opening / pre bid conference day of
       tender respectively with the time notified remaining the same.
    4. ONGC reserves the right to reject any or all offer(s) without assigning any reasons whatsoever.




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                                                                                                   ANNEXURE – I

                                            INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
                                               A: INTRODUCTION

1.      Eligibility and Experience of the bidder:- As per BEC.
2.0     TENDER FEE
2.1     The bidders shall be able to create the bid only after payment of tender fee.
        The payment of tender fee through electronics payment gateway can be made using credit cards. In case
        of any subsequent reversal of credit against credit card payment would lead to rejection of bids submitted
        by such bidders.
2.2     Refund of tender fee
        In the event a particular tender is cancelled, the tender fee will be refunded to the concerned Bidder.

3.      TRANSFER OF BIDDING DOCUMENT: - The Bidding document is not transferable.
4.      COST OF BIDDING
4.1     The Bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its bid, and the ONGC
        will in no case be responsible or liable for those costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the bidding
        process.
                                       B:       THE BIDDING DOCUMENT
5.      CONTENT OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS
5.1     The services required, bidding procedures and contract terms are described in the bidding document.
        In addition to the Invitation for Bids, the bidding documents include:
ANNEXURE I              :   Instructions to Bidders with following Appendices
Appendix 1              :   Bidding Document Acknowledgement proforma
Appendix 2              :   Bid submission proforma
Appendix 3              :   Bid submission Agreement proforma.
Appendix 4              :   Bid Bond Bank Guarantee proforma
Appendix 4A             :   Proforma for irrevocable Letter of Credit
Appendix 5              :   Checklist
Appendix 6              :   Proforma for Bidders past services (similar)
Appendix 7              :   Proforma of Authorization Letter for attending Tender Opening
Appendix 8              :   Proforma of Certificate on Relatives of Directors
Appendix 9              :   List of Foreign banks acceptable to ONGC for issuance of Bank Guarantees.
Appendix 10             :   Proforma for proposed changes/modifications.
Appendix-11             :   Integrity Pact
ANNEXURE II             :   Drilling Agreement with General terms & Conditions with following appendices.
Appendix – 1            :   Proforma of Performance Bond Bank Guarantee.
Appendix – 2        :       Proforma – “PFD”
Appendix – 3        :       Form – 12 (Under Employees Provident Fund Scheme, 1952).
Appendix – 4        :       Form – 6A (Under Employees Provident Fund Scheme, 1952).
ANNEXURE III            :   Scope of Work, Broad Technical Specifications of Rigs to be Charter-Hired, etc.
ANNEXURE IV             :   Price Formats
ANNEXURE – V            :   Bid Evaluation Criteria with Annexure & Appendices.
ANNEXURE VI             :   BEC Compliance Matrices (Technical and Commercial).


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5.2     The bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms and specifications in the bidding
        documents. Failure to furnish all information required by the bidding documents will be at the bidder’s risk.
        Tenders not complying with tender conditions and not conforming to tender specifications will result in the
        rejection of its bid without seeking any clarifications.
5.3     The following terminology appearing on the SRM portal shall have the meaning as explained below:
        (i)     RFx : Bid Invitation
        (ii)    RFx Response : Bid
        (iii)   Tech RFx : Techno-Commercial Bidding documents provided by ONGC
        (iv)    Tech RFx response: Un-priced techno- commercial bid.
6.      PRE-BID CONFERENCE
6.1     In order to avoid clarification/confirmation after opening of bids, wherever specifically mentioned in NIT,
        Pre-bid conference shall be held so as to provide an opportunity to the participating bidders to interact with
        ONGC with regard to various tender provisions/ tender specifications, before the bids are submitted. In
        case, due to the points/doubts raised by the prospective bidders, any specific term & condition (which is
        not a part of “Standard terms and conditions of tender”) needs to be modified, then the same will be
        considered for modification.
6.2     After pre-bid conference, the specifications & other tender conditions will be frozen. No change in
        specifications and tender conditions will be permissible after bid opening. All the bidders must ensure that
        their bid is complete in all respects and conforms to tender terms and conditions, BEC and the tender
        specifications in toto failing which their bids are liable to be rejected without seeking any clarifications on
        any exception/deviation taken by the bidder in their bid.
6.3     Bidders should depute their authorized representative who should be competent to take on the spot
        decisions.
                                           C. PREPARATION OF BIDS

7.      LANGUAGE AND SIGNING OF BID
7.1     The bid prepared by the bidder and all correspondence and documents relating to the bid exchanged by
        the Bidder and the ONGC shall be written in English language. Supporting documents and printed
        literature furnished by the Bidder may be in another language provided they are accompanied by an
        accurate translation of the relevant passages in English, in which case, for purposes of interpretation of
        the bid, the translation shall prevail.
7.2     The Prices along with price related conditions shall be filled online in the Price bid screen. Any documents
        sought to be attached with price bid shall also be attached at appropriate place.
        The un-priced techno-commercial bids shall be submitted in the prescribe bid proforma as per appendices
        1 to 12 of Annexure-I. The above appendices shall be duly filled in without ant alteration to ONGC’s
        proforma whether quoting for full items or not. He above appendices along with copy of bid bond as per
        Appendix-4 and all other techno-commercial documents other than price details to be submitted with un-
        priced bid as per tender requirement should be placed in the un-priced bid folder.
        The bid and all attached documents should be digitally signed using digital signature issued by an
        acceptable Certifying Authority(CA) as per Indian IT Act 2000 (as amended from time to time) before bid is
        uploaded. If any modifications are to be made to a document after attaching digital signature, the digital
        signature shall again be attached to such documents before uploading the same.
        The authenticity of above digital Signature shall be verified through authorized CA after bid opening and in
        case the digital signature is not authorized the bid will be rejected.
        Bidder is responsible for ensuring the validity of digital signature and it’s proper usage by their employee.
7.3     In the event of the space on the bid proforma being insufficient for the required purpose, additional pages
        may be added. Each such additional page must be numbered consecutively, showing the tender number
        and should be duly signed. In such cases reference to the additional page(s) must be made in the bid.
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7.4      The bid proforma referred to above, if not attached in un-priced bid folder or if attached but not dully filled
         in will be liable to result in rejection of the bid.
7.5      The Bidders are advised in their own interest to ensure that all the points brought out in the check list are
         complied with in their bid failing which the offer is liable to be rejected.
7.6      The bids can only be submitted in the name of the Bidder in whose name the bid documents were issued
         by ONGC. The bid papers, duly filled in and complete in all respects shall be submitted together
         with requisite information and Annexures/Appendices. It shall be complete and free from ambiguity,
         change or interlineations.
7.7      The bidder should indicate at the time of quoting against this tender their full postal and telegraphic/telex
         /fax addresses and also similar information in respect of their authorized agents in India, if any.
7.8    The bid including all attached documents shall be digitally signed by duly authorized representative of the
         bidding company. Each file should be digitally signed and then uploaded. The file (s) should not be
         zipped in a folder and then digitally singed. Power of attorney for the signatory, issued by the bidding
         company should be submitted along with other documents as per tender conditions in physical form in
         sealed envelope as per relevant clause regarding submission and opening of bids contained in the tender
         document.
7.9      The bidder shall clearly indicate their legal constitution and the person digitally signing the bid shall state
         his capacity and also source of his ability to bind the Bidder.
7.10     The power of attorney or authorization, or any other document consisting of adequate proof of the ability of
         the signatory to bind the bidder, shall be annexed with un-priced bid folder. ONGC may reject outright any
         bid not supported by adequate proof of the signatory's authority
7.11     The Bidder, in each tender, will have to give a certificate in its offer, that the terms and conditions
         (Annexure I and II), as laid down in this bidding document are acceptable to it in toto.
7.12     Any interlineations, erasures or overwriting shall be valid only if they are initialed by the person or persons
         signing the bid.
7.13 Deleted.
7.14     Joint venture/ consortium bids:-
(a)      In view of the complexity of nature of work involved as covered by the Bidding Documents, it is anticipated
         that some of the intending bidders may pool their resources and experiences to form Consortia/Joint
         Ventures. In their own interest, the bidders are advised to investigate the capabilities, availability of
         expertise and resources such as construction equipment, experienced personnel, financial soundness,
         past experience and concurrent engagements of constituting partners/members of the consortium/joint
         venture.
(b)      In the event that the successful bidders is a joint venture formed of two or more companies, the Company
         requires that the parties to the joint venture accept joint and several liability for discharging all obligations
         under the Contract.
(c)      The leader of the Consortium/Indian leader can submit bid on behalf of consortium of bidders.
         Memorandum of Understanding between the Consortium members duly signed by the Chief Executives of
         the consortium members must accompany the bid which should clearly define role/scope of work of each
         partner/member and should clearly define the leader of consortium. Memorandum of Understanding
         (MOU) must also state that all the members of consortium shall be jointly and severally responsible for
         discharging all obligations under the Contract. In case of award, such MOU shall be kept valid through
         the entire contract period, including extensions, if any. The following provisions should also be
         incorporated in the MOU executed by the members of the Consortium/Joint Venture :-
         (i)      The leader of the consortium/joint venture on behalf of the consortium / joint venture shall
                  coordinate with ONGC during the period the bid is under evaluation as well as during the
                  execution of works in the event contract is awarded and he shall also be responsible for resolving
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                 dispute/ misunderstanding/undefined activities, if any, amongst all the consortium/ joint venture
                 members.
        (ii)     Any correspondence exchanged with the leader of consortium/joint venture shall be binding on all
                 the consortium/joint venture members.
        (iii)    Payment shall be made by ONGC only to the leader of the consortium/joint venture towards
                 fulfillment of contract obligations. (If direct payment to each member is required for their part of
                 scope of works, the same should be clearly indicated in the bid along with member-wise details of
                 price break-up).
(d)     In case of Consortium bids, the bid shall be digitally signed by the leader of Consortium. The Power of
        Attorney from each member authorizing the leader for signing and submission of Bid on behalf of individual
        member must accompany the Bid offer. Other members of the consortium may participate in techno-
        contractual discussions and sign the minutes of such discussions/meetings along with the leader.
        In case of bids from Joint Ventures, the bid shall be digitally signed by any one partner of the Joint
        Venture. The Power of Attorney from each of the other joint Venture partner(s), authorizing the signatory
        for signing and submission of Bid on behalf of individual partners must accompany the Bid offer. Other
        partners of the Joint Ventures may participate in techno-contractual discussions and sign the minutes of
        such discussions/meetings along with the Signatory.
(e)     Documents / details pertaining to qualification of bidder as per proforma of document attached with the
        bidding documents must be furnished by each partner/member of consortium/joint venture complete in all
        respects along with the bid clearly bringing up their experience especially in the form of work in their
        scope.
(f)     Constitution of Consortium: If during evaluation of bid, a consortium leader proposes any
        alterations/changes in the constitution or replacement or inclusion or expulsion of any partner(s)/
        member(s) of the consortium which had originally submitted the bid, to drive some advantages/benefits
        based on any development(s) having come to his knowledge at any time, the bid of such a consortium
        shall be liable for rejection unless such a change is agreed to by ONGC in writing.
(g)     Signing of Contract : In the event of award of contract to the consortium/joint venture, the contract may
        be signed by the leader and members of the consortium/joint venture and the liability of each one of them
        shall be joint and several. Alternatively the contract may be signed by an authorized officer of the
        consortium/joint venture on its behalf as well as on behalf of each and every member separately with a
        valid power of attorney from each member duly notarized and thereafter every member should countersign
        the contract in token of having confirmed the contract.
8.0     COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF BID EVALUATION CRITERIA (BEC) AND ALL OTHER
        TENDER CONDITIONS:
8.1     Advice to bidders for avoiding rejection of their offers:
        ONGC has to finalize its purchase within a limited time schedule. Therefore, it may not be feasible for
        ONGC to seek clarifications in respect of incomplete offers.
        Prospective bidders are advised to ensure that their bids are complete in all respects and conform to
        ONGC’s terms, conditions and bid evaluation criteria of the tender. Bids not complying with ONGC’s
        requirement may be rejected without seeking any clarification.
8.2     Submission of ‘Bid Matrix’ duly filled-in, to re-confirm compliance with tender requirements:
        Bidders should submit the ‘Bid Matrix’ (as enclosed with the bid document) duly filled-in, so as to re-
        confirm compliance with each of the requirements of BEC and other important conditions of the tender.
        Each such confirmation should be clearly stated in the ‘Bid Matrix’ indicating “Confirmed” or “Not
        Confirmed”, as applicable. Further, against each such confirmation, bidders should also indicate the
        reference/location (page No. / Annexure etc.) of the respective detail(s)/document(s) enclosed in the bid,
        so as to easily locate the same in bid document. Each entry in the ‘Bid Matrix’ must be filled-in in indelible

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         ink (entries written in pencil will be ignored). Further, each page of the ‘Bid Matrix’ and the
         corrections/overwriting/erasures (if any) should be signed manually by the person (or, persons) signing the
         bid.
         Bidders are advised to ensure submission of the ‘Bid Matrix’, duly filled-in as per above requirements, for
         avoiding rejection of their offers.

9.0      DOCUMENTS COMPRISING THE BID
9.1      The bid prepared by the Bidder shall comprise the following components, duly completed:
         a) Online Price bid format.
         b) Documentary evidence establishing that the Bidder is eligible to bid and is qualified to perform the
            contract if its bid is accepted. The documentary evidence of the Bidder's qualifications to perform the
            Contract if its bid is accepted, shall establish to the ONGC's satisfaction:
               (i) that the Bidder has the financial capability necessary as per Cl. No. B.2.7.0 of BEC to perform the
                    Contract;
               (ii) that the Bidder meets all the criteria prescribed in the Bid Evaluation Criteria(Annexure-V).
         c)         Documentary evidence that the services to be rendered by the Bidder conform to the
                    requirements of bidding documents.
         (i)        The documentary evidence of conformity of the services to the bidding documents may be in the
                    form of literature, drawings and data and shall consist of:
                    1) A detailed description of essential technical and performance characteristics of the services.
                    2) An item by item commentary on the ONGC’s technical specifications demonstrating conformity
                    to the provisions of the technical specifications of the bidding document.
         d)         Bid security.
         e)         Bid submitted by foreign Bidder shall include a detailed description of the relationship between
                    the bidder and its Local Agent/ Consultant / representative/ retainer including specific services to
                    be      rendered,     permanent      income      tax               account          number        of
                    agent/consultant/representative/retainer, permanent income tax account number of foreign
                    bidder and           amount of commission or other payments. If no such
                    agent/consultant/representative/ retainer is involved, the same should be explicitly stated
                    in the techno-commercial bid.
         f)         Integrity Pact (IP)
                    Proforma of Integrity Pact (which is issued along with the bidding document) shall be returned by
                    the bidder along with technical bid, duly signed by the same signatory who signs the bid, i.e. who
                    is duly authorized to sign the bid. All the pages of the Integrity Pact shall be duly signed by the
                    same signatory. Bidder’s failure to return the Integrity Pact along with the bid, duly signed, shall
                    lead to outright rejection of such bid.
         g)         The bidder should submit a declaration to the effect that neither the bidder themselves, nor any of
                    its allied concerns, partners or associates or directors or proprietors involved in any capacity, are
                    currently serving any banning orders issued by ONGC debarring them from carrying on business
                    dealings with ONGC.
10.0     PRICE SCHEDULE
10.1     The Bidder shall fill in completely all the fields in the online price bid format in respect of services quoted
         including but not limited to prices and pricing conditions.
10.2     Bid Prices
10.2.1 The bidders shall indicate on the appropriate price schedule the net unit prices (wherever applicable).

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10.2.2 Prices quoted by the bidder shall be firm during the bidder's performance of the contract and not subject to
       variation on any account.
10.2.3 Discount: Bidders are advised not to indicate any separate discount. Discount, if any, should be merged
       with the quoted prices. Discount of any type, indicated separately, will not be taken into account for
       evaluation purpose. However, in the event of such an offer, without considering discount, is found to be
       lowest, ONGC shall avail such discount at the time of award of contract.
10.3(a) CONCESSIONS PERMISSIBLE UNDER STATUTES
        Bidder, while quoting against this tender, must take cognizance of all concessions permissible under the
        statutes including the benefit under Central Sales Tax Act, 1956, failing which it will have to bear extra cost
        where Bidder does not avail exemptions/concessional rates of levies like customs duty, excise duty,
        VAT/sales tax, etc. ONGC will not take responsibility towards this. However, ONGC may provide
        necessary assistance, wherever possible, in this regard.
        Bidders must also consider benefits of CENVAT credit under the CENVAT Credit Rules 2008 as amended
        from time to time, for excise duty, service tax etc against their Input materials/Services, while quoting the
        prices. Similarly, the benefits of input VAT credit against their Input materials, under the relevant VAT Act
        of the State, should also be duly considered by the Bidders while quoting the prices.
10.3(b) Undertaking to provide necessary documents, for enabling ONGC to avail Input VAT credit and
        CENVAT credit benefits (wherever applicable),
        Further, the Bidders shall undertake to provide all the necessary certificates / documents for enabling
        ONGC to avail Input VAT credit and CENVAT credit benefits (wherever applicable), in respect of the
        payments of VAT, Excise Duty, Service Tax etc. which are payable against the contract (if awarded). The
        Contractor should provide tax invoice issued under rule-4A of Service Tax for the Services; and tax invoice
        issued under Central Excise rule-11 (indicating education cess and Secondary & Higher Education Cess)
        for Excise Duty and tax invoice under respective State VAT Act for VAT separately for the indigenous
        goods.
10.4    INCOME TAX LIABILITY
        The bidder will have to bear all Income Tax liability both corporate and personal tax.
10.5    Service Tax Liability:
        The bidder will have to bear all Service tax liability, as applicable except in case of services provided by
        Goods Transport Agency (GTA) and Services provided by a service provider from outside India not having
        a fixed establishment or permanent address in India as prescribed under Service Tax Rules 1994
        (amended from time to time)
        The Bidder should quote the applicable Service Tax, clearly indicating the rate and the amount of Service
        Tax included in the bid and the classification of the respective service (as per Service Tax rules) under
        which the Service Tax is payable.
        In the contracts involving multiple services or involving supply of certain goods / materials alongwith the
        services, the Bidder should give separate break-up for cost of goods and cost of various services, and
        accordingly quote Service Tax as applicable for the taxable services.
        In case the applicability of Services Tax is not quoted explicitly in the offer by the Bidder, the offer will be
        considered as inclusive of all liabilities of Service Tax. ONGC will not entertain any future claim in respect
        of Service Tax against such offers.
        In case, the quoted information related to various taxes and duties subsequently proves wrong, incorrect
        or misleading:-
a)      ONGC will have no liability to reimburse the difference in the duty/tax, if the finally assessed amount is
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b)          ONGC will have the right to recover the difference in case the rate of duty/tax finally assessed is on
            the lower side.
(i)         The service provider (other than the Service providers from outside India, who do not have any fixed
            establishment or permanent address in India) should have a valid registration with the concerned
            authorities of Service Tax department and a copy of such registration certificate should be submitted along
            with the offer. In case the registration certificate for the quoted category of service is not available at the
            time of submission of offer, an undertaking should be furnished for submission of copy of requisite service
            tax registration certificate along with the first invoice under the contract.
            Import of Services: As per Service Tax rules, for Services received by ONGC in Indian Territory from a
            Service provider from outside India, who does not have any fixed establishment or permanent address in
            India, the liability to pay Service Tax lies with ONGC. Therefore, such Bidder shall not include Service Tax
            in the quoted prices, but shall submit a declaration to the effect that they do not have any fixed
            establishment or permanent address in India. However, at the time of evaluation, Service Tax as
            applicable shall be loaded on the portion of services which attract Service Tax. In case the Bidder does not
            give break-up of the quoted prices, indicating the components of taxable services separately, the Service
            Tax will be loaded on entire quoted / Contract value for evaluation.
(ii)        Service Tax on contracts for transportation of goods by road in a goods carriage (Applicable for Goods
            Transport where the contract is for transportation / logistics and not the service/ turnkey contracts where
            transportation is a part):
            In this case, since the liability to pay Service Tax is on ONGC as receiver of the service, the Bidder shall
            not include Service Tax in the quoted prices.
11.0        BID CURRENCIES
11.1         The Bidders are to quote firm prices. They may bid in any currency (including Indian Rupees). Payment
            will be made accordingly. However, the payment towards sales tax, if applicable (on the ultimate finished
            product) will be made by ONGC in Indian Rupees as per actuals. For this purpose the amount of Sales tax
            paid as per the invoice signed by the officer duly authorized for the purpose will be taken into account. In
            case of statutory changes in the rates of customs duty, the difference in amount of customs duty will be
            paid by ONGC to the Indian party (or vice versa) in Indian rupees, as per actuals against documentary
            evidence. The freight and insurance elements must be quoted by Indian bidders in Indian Rupees only and
            payment will be made accordingly.
            Currency once quoted will not be allowed to be changed.
12.0        MODE OF PAYMENT
            In all cases, except the cases involving payment through ‘Letter of Credit’ or payment in Foreign currency,
            ONGC shall make payments only through Electronic Payment mechanism (viz. NEFT/RTGS /ECS).
            Bidders should invariably provide the following particulars along with their offers:
       1. Name & Complete Address of the Supplier / Contractor as per Bank records.
       2. Name & Complete Address of the Bank with Branch details.
       3. Type of Bank account (Current / Savings/Cash Credit).
       4. Bank Account Number (indicate ‘Core Bank Account Number’, if any).
       5. IFSC / NEFT Code (11 digit code) / MICR code, as applicable, along with a cancelled cheque leaf.
       6. Permanent Account Number (PAN) under Income Tax Act;
       7. TIN/Sales Tax Registration Number (for supply of Goods) and Service Tax Registration Number (for supply
          of Services), as applicable.
       8. e-mail address of the vendor / authorized official (for receiving the updates on status of payments).”
       9. Confirmation as to whether the bidder belong to the category of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises as
          defined in the “Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (MSMEDA)”. If yes, specify
          the category of Micro, Small or Medium Enterprises and whether the enterprise is in manufacturing or
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             For receiving payment through NEFT / RTGS, the bank/branch in which the bidder is having account and
             intends to have the payment should be either an NEFT enabled bank or SBI branch with core banking
             facility
12.1         Particulars to be furnished by foreign bidders (non-residents as per Income Tax Act, 1961):
             Foreign bidders should invariably submit (along with their bid) the following particulars, which are required
             to be furnished by ONGC to Income Tax Department for complying with the requirements for making
             remittances to non-residents as per Income Tax Act, 1961 (as amended from time to time):
       (i)     Whether the non-resident has a Fixed Place Permanent Establishment (PE) or a Dependent Agency PE
               in India, in terms of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) between India and his country
               of tax residence through which the non-resident carries on business activities in relation to its
               engagement by ONGC and if, yes, address of the Fixed Place PE or name & address of the Dependant
               Agent?
        (ii) Whether by carrying on activities in relation to its engagement by ONGC, the non-resident constitutes
             an Installation/Construction PE or a Service PE in India in terms of the DTAA between India and his
             country of tax residence?
        (iii) If the non-resident has PE in India, whether the remittances to be made to him under his engagement
              by ONGC are attributable to such PE?
        (iv) If the remittances to be made to the non-resident under his engagement by ONGC are attributable to a
             PE which it has in India, what quantum of the profits resulting to the non-resident from his engagement
             by ONGC, can be said to be attributable to the role played by the PE, and the basis of arriving at such
             quantum?
        (v) If no part of the remittances to be made to the non-resident under his engagement by ONGC is
            attributable to a PE which it has in India, what are the reasons for the same?
        (vi) Non-resident’s complete address (not necessarily in India).
       (vii) If the non-resident has an Indian Income Tax Permanent Account Number (PAN), what is that PAN?
        (viii)     Country of tax residence of the non-resident supported by a Tax Residency Certificate from the
            tax authorities of that country or the non-resident’s own certificate (only if it is not possible for the non-
            resident to obtain & submit Tax Residency Certificate to ONGC within a reasonable time).
        (ix) Country which can be called the non-resident’s principal place of business. This could be the same as
             his country of tax residence or different depending on facts.
        (x) Non-resident’s e-mail address.
        (xi) Non-resident’s phone number with International Dialing code.
        (xii) Whether the non-resident is constituted as a company, a partnership firm, or any other form of business
              organization.
             In addition to above particulars, the bidder should also provide any other information as may be required
             later for determining the taxability of the amount to be remitted to the non-resident. Further, the bidder
             shall be liable to intimate the subsequent changes (if any) to the information submitted against any of the
             above particulars, alongwith full details.
13.0         CONCESSIONAL RATE OF CUSTOMS DUTY/EXCISE DUTY/ SALES TAX
13.1(a) In terms of notification No. 21 dated 1.3.2002, goods specified in list 12 imported in connection with
        Petroleum operations will attract zero Custom Duty. ONGC is in possession of valid PEL for the areas in
        which the work is to be executed. Hence, ONGC will issue recommendatory letter as per Government
        guidelines for issuance of Essentiality Certificate from Director General of Hydrocarbon (DGH), Ministry of
        P&NG so as to enable the contractor to import goods against zero Custom Duty provided these are
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        All imports and import clearance under the contract shall be done by the bidder and ONGC will not provide
        any assistance in this regard.
        Notwithstanding what is stated above, the bidders should also consider the position in regard to import of
        goods as specified in list No. 12 of above notification against zero Customs Duty. ONGC is not liable in
        whatsoever manner, for the rejection of their claims for zero Customs Duty by any of the authorities
        including the DGH.
Note:   The recommendatory letter will be given only for those items which are either consumed during the
        execution of work or for those equipment/tools which are undertaken to be re-exported by the bidder. The
        recommendatory letter will not be issued when the bidder imports the equipment/tools on acquisition basis
        and does not undertake to re-export the same after the completion of the contract
13.2    Re-export of equipment, un-utilized spares etc:
        The equipment, unutilized spares, accessories etc. imported to India for providing service needs to be re-
        exported by the bidder upon the completion of the terms of contract or any extended period thereof at their
        own expense. Bidder must furnish an undertaking that “the equipment imported and also spares &
        accessories which remained unutilized after the expiry of contract, would be re-exported at his own cost
        after completion of contractual obligation after observing all the formalities/rules as per Customs Act or any
        other relevant Act of Govt. of India applicable on the subject”. Immediately after re-export, bidder would
        furnish to ONGC, details and other relevant documents as a proof of re-export. In case of non-observance
        of formalities of any provisions of the Customs Act or any other act of Government of India, the contractor
        shall be held solely responsible for all the liabilities including the payment of Customs Duty and penalties
        to the Govt. on each issue. Non compliance of these provisions will be treated as breach of contract and
        their performance bond will be forfeited.
13.3    ONGC is registered under the Central Sale Tax Act and is entitled to avail concessional rate of Central
        Sales tax against form `C' in respect of inter-state purchases directly consigned to ONGC from the
        contractors in India provided the details of such cases are specifically mentioned in the bid and
        the contract.
13.4    As the above statutory provisions are frequently reviewed by the Govt., the bidders are advised to check
        the latest position in their own interest and ONGC will not bear any responsibilities for any incorrect
        assessment of the statutory levies by any bidder.
14.0    VAGUE AND INDEFINITE EXPRESSIONS
14.1    Bids qualified by vague and indefinite expressions such as "Subject to availability" etc. will not be
        considered.
15.0    AGENT/ CONSULTANT/ REPRESENTATIVE/ RETAINER/ ASSOCIATE (Applicable for ICB tenders
        only)
15.1    ONGC would prefer to deal directly with the manufacturers/ principals abroad but in case they
        decide to have their Agent/Consultant/Representative/ Retainer/Associate in India and pay
        commission for their services against a particular tender it should be bare minimum and the principal
        would have to certify that such a commission is commensurate with the services rendered to them
        by such an Agent/Consultant/ Representative/Retainer/ Associate in India. The principal will also have
        to broadly list out such services to be rendered by the Agent/Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer/
        Associate in India.
15.2    In the event bidder is having an Agent/Consultant/Representative/ Retainer/ Associate/servicing facilities in
        India (who is not an employee of the bidder) the bidder should indicate in their offer the name
        of such an Agent /Consultant / Representative / Retainer/ Associate, they have for services in
        India. The bidder must also indicate clearly the commission payable to the Agent/Consultant/
        Representative/ Retainer/Associate in rupees in terms of Agreement (enclosing copy of the same).
        The bidder, in his bid will indicate the nature and extent of service to be provided by such
        an Agent/ Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer/ Associate on behalf of the bidder and also
        remuneration therefore provided in the price, as a separate item, quoted by the bidder to ONGC. Such
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           remuneration/commission will be paid by ONGC in non-convertible Indian currency in India. Should it
           be established at any subsequent point of time that the above statement of the bidder is not correct
           or that any other amount of remuneration/commission either in India or abroad is being paid to any
           one (who is not an employee of the bidder), the bidder would be liable to be debarred from
           participating in the future tenders of ONGC. Failure to give such information will lead to rejection of the
           offer.
           The following particulars will also be furnished by the bidder:
           (i)      The    precise relationship between the foreign                     manufacturer/principal and their
                    Agent/Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer/Associate in India.
           (ii)     The     mutual      interest     which       the     manufacturer/principal  and     the
                    Agent/Consultant/Representative/Retainer/Associate in India have in the business of each
                    other.
           (iii)    Any payment which the Agent/ Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer/ Associate receives in India
                    or abroad from the manufacturer/principal whether as a commission for the contract or as a
                    general retainer fee.
           (iv)     Permanent Income Tax account number of Agent/ Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer/
                    Associate in India.
           (v)      Permanent income tax account number of foreign supplier.
           (vi)     All services to be rendered by the Agent/ Consultant/Representative/ Retainer/Associate.
           Note: Tenders which do not comply with the above stipulations are liable to be ignored.

15.3       Overseas bidder should send their bids directly and                         not through Agent/Consultant/
           Representative/Retainer/Associate. Bids made by Agent/ Consultant/ Representative / Retainer /
           Associate will not be recognized. Agent / Consultant/ Representative/ Retainer / Associate of the
           overseas manufacturers/suppliers are, however, permitted to purchase biding documents and attend
           bid opening provided such an Agent /Consultant / Representative / Retainer/Associate has a power of
           attorney/letter of authority setting out very clearly his role, which will be limited to such areas of activity
           as purchase of bidding documents, attending of bid opening and claiming of payment for their
           services, provided further that such a power of attorney/letter of authority is submitted to
           ONGC in advance for scrutiny and acceptance or otherwise.
16.0       PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF BIDS
16.1       The Bid shall be valid for acceptance for the period as indicated in the "Invitation for Bid" (hereinafter
           referred to as validity period) and shall not be withdrawn on or after the opening of bids till the
           expiration of the validity period or any extension agreed thereof.
16.2       In exceptional circumstances, prior to expiry of the original bid validity period, the ONGC may request the
           bidder for a specified extension in the period of validity. The requests and the responses shall be made in
           writing. The Bidder will undertake not to vary/modify the bid during the validity period or any extension
           agreed thereof. Bidder agreeing to the request for extension of validity of offer shall be required to extend
           the validity of Bid Security correspondingly.
17.0       BID SECURITY
17.1       The Bid Security is required to protect the ONGC against the risk of Bidder's conduct which would
           warrant the security's forfeiture in pursuance to clause 17.7.
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17.2       Central Government Departments and Central Public Sector Undertakings are exempted from payment of
           Bid Security.
17.3       The Bidders not covered under Para 17.2 above must enclose with their offer ( in case of two bid
           systems, with techno-commercial bid) bid security. The amount for bid security has been indicated

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        in the "Invitation For Bid" (to be supplied separately with each tender). The Bid Security shall be
        denominated by the foreign bidders in any foreign currency in which they quote prices.
17.4    The Bid Security shall be acceptable in any of the following forms:
        i)        Bank Draft in favour of ONGC valid for 180 days from its date of issue.
        ii)       Bank Guarantee in the prescribed format as per Appendix 4 of Annexure-I, valid for 30 days
                  beyond the date of required validity of offer. The bank guarantee by Indian bidder will have
                  to be given from the Nationalized/Scheduled banks only, on non-judicial stamp paper / franking
                  receipt as per stamp duty applicable at the place from where the bid has emanated. The
                  non-judicial stamp paper / franking receipt should be either in the name of the issuing bank or
                  the bidder. The Foreign bidder will give Bank Guarantee from an Indian bank situated in their
                  city. In case no Indian Bank is situated in the foreign bidder's city, then bank guarantee from
                  foreign bank acceptable to ONGC, either situated in bidder’s country or in India (list of
                  acceptable Foreign Banks is indicated at Appendix 9 of Annexure -I) or from an Indian
                  Scheduled Bank situated in India, will be considered.
        iii)      Confirmed irrevocable Letter of Credit, as per prescribed format at Appendix 4A valid for 30
                  days beyond the validity of the bid, duly confirmed by Indian Nationalized/Scheduled bank
                  will be acceptable only from foreign bidder.
        iv)       Cashier’s/Banker’s cheque valid for 180 days from the date of issue of the same will be
                  acceptable from foreign bidders only.
17.5    ONGC shall not be liable to pay any bank charges, commission or interest on the amount of Bid Security.
17.6    Subject to provisions in para 17.2 above, offers without Bid Security will be ignored.
17.7    The Bid Security shall be forfeited by ONGC in the following events:
        a)     If Bid is withdrawn during the validity period or any           extension thereof duly agreed by the
               Bidder.
        b)     If Bid is varied or modified in a manner not acceptable to ONGC during the validity period or any
               extension of the validity duly agreed by the Bidder.
        c)     If a Bidder, having been notified of the acceptance of its bid, fails to furnish Security
               Deposit/Performance Bank Guarantee (Performance Security) within 15 days of notification of
               such acceptance.
        d) If the Bidder has been disqualified from the tender process prior to the award of contract according to
            the provisions under Section 3 of Integrity Pact. ONGC shall be entitled to demand and recover from
            bidder Liquidated damages amount by forfeiting the EMD/ Bid security (Bid Bond) as per section 4 of
            Integrity Pact.
17.8    The Bid Security of unsuccessful Bidders will be returned on finalization of the bid. The Bid Security of
        successful bidder will be returned on receipt of Security Deposit/ Performance Bond (Performance
        Security).
17.9    Offers with fax bid bonds
        Normally offers received alongwith Fax Bid Bond shall not be considered. However, ONGC reserves the
        right to consider the offer, provided it is followed by confirmatory original Bid Bond executed in
        prescribed proforma and legally operative on or before the date fixed for opening of bids (techno-
        commercial bid opening date in case of Two Bid System) and received by tender inviting authority
        within 7 calendar days, from Indian bidders, after opening date of bids (techno-commercial bid opening
        date in case of Two Bid System),
        If Bidder fails to submit original Bid Bond with the same content as in Fax Bid Bond and in
        accordance with bidding document, irrespective of their status/ranking in tender, the bid will be
        rejected and ONGC may consider to debar the Bidder from participating against its future tenders.

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17.10   SUBMITTING COPIES OF DOCUMENTS THROUGH e-BIDDING ENGINE, FOLLOWED BY
        ORIGINALS.
        In accordance with the conditions at para 19 below, the bid along with all appendices and copies of
        documents (including scanned copies of the documents required in original) should be submitted through
        ONGC’s e-bidding engine, before the scheduled date and time for the tender closing. Such documents
        submitted through e-bidding portal should be as per requirements of the tender, valid and legally operative
        as on the date fixed for opening of bids (techno-commercial bid opening date in case of Two Bid System).
        However, the documents required in physical form should be submitted to the Purchaser’s Officer (as
        indicated in “Invitation to Bid”) within 7 calendar days, after opening of bids (submitted through the e-
        bidding portal).
        If Bidder fails to submit original documents with the same content as in the copies submitted in the un-
        priced bid folder (through e-bidding portal) and in accordance with the bidding document, irrespective of
        their status/ranking in tender, the bid will be rejected and ONGC may consider to debar the Bidder
        from participating against its future tenders.
18.0    TELEX / TELEGRAPHIC / TELEFAX / e-MAIL / XEROX / PHOTOCOPY BIDS AND THE BIDS
        CONTAINING SCANNED SIGNATURE:
18.1    Telex / Telegraphic / Telefax / e-mail / Xerox / Photocopy bids and bids with scanned signature will not be
        considered.
        Original bids should be signed manually failing which they shall be rejected.
19.0    The bid along with all appendices and copies of documents (including scanned copies of the documents
        required in original) should invariably be submitted in the ‘document area in C-folder’ through ONGC’s
        e-bidding portal, before the scheduled date and time for the tender closing. All the documents uploaded
        shall be digitally signed by the authorized signatory of the bidder. Each file should be digitally signed and
        then uploaded. The file (s) should not be zipped in a folder and then digitally singed.
        However, the following documents should be submitted in physical form also, in a sealed envelope
        superscribed as "Physical documents against e-procurement Tender Number ______, opened on
        _______ To be opened by only Tender Opening Officers at 1500 Hrs. on ______".
        [As indicated in “invitation to Bid”, the documents should reach to the Purchaser’s Office before 1400 Hrs.
        of the 7th calendar day after opening of opening of Bids submitted through the e-bidding portal. Hence,
        bidder should indicate the date falling on 7th calendar day after opening of bids submitted through the e-
        bidding portal].”
        (i)    The original bid security.
        (ii)   The power of attorney or authorization, or any other document consisting of adequate proof of the
               ability of the signatory to bind the bidder, in original.
        (iii) ‘Integrity Pact’ duly signed.
        (iv) Original certificate from technical Collaborator as per BEC requirement.
        (v) Original MOU / Agreement for Technical collaboration / Joint venture as per BEC requirement.
        (vi) MOU for consortium bids as per BEC requirement
        (vii) MOU / Agreement for leased Rig/ proposed to purchase as per BEC requirement
        (viii) An original certificate from the statutory auditors for claiming Price Preference as per BEC
               requirement.
        ix) Documents required for claiming price preference as per BEC Cl. C.6.0, if applicable. However, copy of
               documents for claiming price preference including scanned copy of the statutory Auditors certificate should be
               uploaded in ‘C’ folder without in any way disclosing the price details. Scanned copy of the Statuary Auditors
               certificate which will be uploaded in “C Folder” should indicate sub-contracting details in percentage terms only
               and price details should be blanked out.
        The price bids submitted in physical form against e-procurement tenders shall not be given any
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20.0    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS
20.1    The duly completed bid with no system error message can be ‘submitted’ in SRM any time before the
        submission deadline is reached. The bidder shall also be permitted to make changes in his bid and re-
        submit the same in SRM till the submission dead line. The final submitted version of bid only shall be
        considered by ONGC
20.2    No bid can be submitted after the submission deadline is reached. The system time that will be displayed
        on e-procurement web page shall decide the submission dead line.
21.0    LATE BIDS
21.1    Bidders are advised in their own interest to ensure that bid are uploaded in system well before the closing
        date and time of the bid.
22.0    MODIFICATION AND WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS
22.1    No bid may be modified after the dead line for submission of bids.
23.0    OPENING OF BIDS
23.1    The un-priced bid will be opened at 1500 Hrs. (IST) on the date of opening indicated in "Invitation for
        Bid". The opening report giving details of bids received shall be uploaded in system for viewing by all
        bidders participating in the tender. The Bidder or his authorized representative may be present at the time
        of opening of bid on the specified date, but a letter in the form annexed at Appendix- 7 hereto must be
        forwarded to this office along with bid and a copy of this letter must be produced in the office by the
        person attending the opening of bid. Unless this letter is presented by him, he may not be allowed to
        attend the opening of bid.
23.2    In case of unscheduled holiday on the closing/opening day of bid, the closing / opening date shall be
        re-fixed to next working day, the time notified remaining the same.
E.      EVALUATION OF BIDS
24.0    EVALUATION AND COMPARISON OF BIDS
24.1    Evaluation and comparison of bids will be done as per provisions of Bid Evaluation Criteria at Annexure-
        V.
25.0    UNSOLICITED POST TENDER MODIFICATIONS:
25.1    Unsolicited post-tender modification will lead to straight away rejection of the offer.
26.0    EXAMINATION OF BID
26.1    The ONGC will examine the bids to determine whether they are complete, whether any computational
        errors have been made, whether required sureties have been furnished, whether the documents have
        been properly signed and whether the bids are generally in order.
26.2    The ONGC will determine the conformity of each bid to the bidding documents. Bids falling under the
        purview of “Rejection Criteria” of the bid Evaluation Criteria of the bidding document will be rejected.
27.0    SPECIFICATIONS:
27.1    The Bidder must note that its Bid will be rejected in case the tender stipulations are not complied with
        strictly or the services offered do not conform to the required specifications indicated therein. The lowest
        Bid will be determined from among those Bids which are in full conformity with the required specifications.
28.0    CONVERSION TO SINGLE CURRENCY
        To facilitate evaluation and comparison, the ONGC will convert all bid prices expressed in the amounts in
        various currencies in which bid prices are payable utilizing the currency, source and date of exchange
        rate specified in the Evaluation Criteria of Bid-Evaluation-Criteria at Annexure IV. (to be supplied
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29.0    GRANTING OF PRICE PREFERENCE
29.1    Domestic Bidders would be entitled to a price preference of upto ten percent (10%) over the lowest
        acceptable (evaluated) foreign bid subject to value addition. For ensuring value addition and eligibility for
        price preference, domestic bidders should provide all evidence necessary to prove that they meet the
        following criteria:
           i.   be registered within India.
          ii.   have majority ownership by nationals of India and
         iii.   not subcontract more than 80% of the Works measured in terms of value to foreign contractors.
         For meeting the criteria at (iii) above, domestic bidders should obtain a certificate in original from
         practicing Statutory Auditor engaged by them for auditing their annual accounts, which could established
         that not more than 80% of the works measured in term of value has been subcontracted to foreign
         contractors. The original certificate indicating various sub-contracting details in percentage terms as well
         as in absolute value should be submitted in the price bid. However, copy of the Statutory Auditors
         certificate indicating sub-contracting details in percentage terms only and with price details blanked out
         should be submitted in the un-priced bid.
         Consortium between domestic (Indian) and foreign firms but led by Indian firm shall also be eligible for the
         price preference provided they fulfill the conditions of price preference given for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii
         above.
         However, consortium between domestic and foreign firms led by foreign firm shall not be eligible for price
         preference even though their domestic partner satisfies the conditions given for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii
         above.
         It must be noted that above information so furnished, if at any stage, found wrong, incorrect or misleading,
         will attract action as per rule/law.
         The bidders are requested to check the latest position on the subject on their own and ONGC does not
         accept any liability whatsoever, on this account.
29.2    ONGC reserves its right to allow to the Indian Small Scale Sector purchase preference facility as
        admissible under the existing policy.
30.     CONTACTING THE ONGC
        No bidder shall contact the ONGC on any matter relating to its bid, from the time of the opening to the time
        the contract is awarded.
F.      AWARD OF CONTRACT
31.0    AWARD CRITERIA.
        The purchaser will award the contract to the successful bidder whose bid has been determined to be in full
        conformity to the bid documents and has been determined as the lowest evaluated bid.
32.     ONGC’S      RIGHT              TO        ACCEPT           ANY         BID        AND          TO        REJECT
        ANY OR ALL BIDS.
32.1    ONGC reserves the right to reject, accept or prefer any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject
        all bids at any time prior to award of contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidder or
        Bidders or any obligation to inform the affected Bidder or Bidders of the ground for ONGC's action. The
        ONGC also reserves to itself the right to accept any bid in part or split the order between two or more
        bidders.
33.0    NOTIFICATION OF AWARD (NOA)
33.1    Prior to the expiration of the period of bid validity, the ONGC will notify the successful bidder in writing that
        its bid has been accepted.
33.2    The notification of award will constitute the formation of the contract.


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33.3    Upon the successful bidder’s furnishing performance security, pursuant to clause 36, the contract shall be
        signed between the parties as per clause 35.0
34.0    MOBILISATION PERIOD
        Successful bidder shall be required to mobilize complete equipment along with crew, duly inspected by
        third Party Inspection Agency and accepted by ONGC for commencement of services at the specified site
        within 180 days from the date of firm letter of award. TPI shall be conducted at the 1st specified location
        of ONGC.
5.0      SIGNING OF CONTRACT
35.1    The successful bidder is required to sign a formal detailed contract with ONGC within a maximum period of
        30 days of date of Fax order / LOI / NOA. Until the contract is signed, the Fax order/ LOI /NOA shall
        remain binding amongst the two parties. In case of delay in signing the contract on the part of ONGC,
        contractor shall be paid 80% of the applicable rates falling due as per the contractual obligations on adhoc
        basis, till formal signing of the contact, after which the balance of due payments shall be released /
        adjusted against regular bills. However no payment will be made and mobilization will not be deemed
        completed, when the delay is on the part of the contractor to sign the contract, as per draft contract at
        Annexure-II of the tender.
36.0    PERFORMANCE SECURITY
36.1    Within 15 (fifteen) days from the date of issue of LOA/NOA by ONGC, the successful Bidder shall furnish
        the Performance Security in accordance with the conditions of the contract, in the Performance
        Security Form provided at Appendix 1 of Annexure-II of the bidding documents, or another form
        acceptable to the ONGC.
36.2    Failure of the successful Bidder to comply with the requirement of clause 36.1 above shall constitute
        sufficient grounds for the annulment of the award and forfeiture of the bid security as per clause 17.7(c).
36.3    The Performance Guarantee will be returned within 60 days of completion of contract in all respect/delivery
        period as per contract / supply order.
37.0    CORRESPONDENCE.
         \

37.1    DGM - I/c.-MM-ONSG, ONGC, Regional Stores, Shed No.20, Makarpura Road, Baroda-390009, Gujarat,
        India. Fax No.: +91-265 – 2638855 / 2631342.
37.2    All correspondence from Bidders / contractor shall be made to the office of the Purchase Authority from
        where this tender has emanated.
37.3    All correspondence shall bear reference to bid number.
38.0    REPRESENTATION FROM THE BIDDER:
        The bidder(s) can submit representation(s) if any, in connection with the processing of the tender directly
        only to the Competent Purchase Authority (CPA) i.e. to Director(T&FS), ONGC, Jeevan Bharati, Tower-II,
        124, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110 001.
39.0    UNSOLICITED COMMUNICATIONS:
        In case any bidder makes any unsolicited communication in any manner, after bids have been opened (for
        tenders processed either on single bid or on two bid basis), the bid submitted by the particular bidder shall
        be summarily rejected, irrespective of the circumstances for such unsolicited communication.
        Further, if the tender has to be closed because of such rejection, and the job has to be re-tendered, then
        the particular bidder shall not be allowed to bid in the re-tender.
        The above provision will not prevent any bidder from making representation in connection with processing
        of tender directly and only to the Competent Purchase Authority (CPA) as mentioned in the tender
        document. However, if such representation is found by CPA to be un-substantiative and / or frivolous and if
        the tender has to be closed because of the delays / disruptions caused by such representations and the
        job has to be re-tendered, then such bidder will not be allowed to participate in the re-invited tender.
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        In case, any bidder while making such representations to Competent Purchase Authority (CPA) also
        involves other officials of ONGC and / or solicits / invokes external intervention other than as may be
        permitted under the law and if the tender has to be closed because of the delays / disruptions caused by
        such interventions and has to be re-tendered, then the particular bidder will not be allowed to participate in
        the re-invited tender.
40.     ONGC’s Policy on Climate Change and Sustainability
        Bidders should simply confirm that they have read the ONGC’s following “Policy on Climate Change &
        Sustainability” and they are working upon to develop their policy as well.
         i.       ONGC is committed to enhance contribution to sustainable development through a greater
                  integration of economic, environmental and social dimensions.
         ii.      ONGC shall endeavour for GHG emission mitigation from our operations and participate in Kyoto
                  and other protocol where India is a signatory. We shall strive to achieve quantifiable milestones
                  in these aspects.
         iii.     ONGC shall partner with sustainability advocacy organizations where our strengths are
                  complementary and also actively propagate the idea of GHG mitigation at national and
                  international operations where we are business partner.
         iv.      ONGC shall develop and invest in advanced low carbon technologies to meet growing demand
                  for affordable energy products while improving security of supply and reducing environmental
                  impacts.
         v.       ONGC’s aim shall be to achieve competitive business advantage from GHG abatement
                  programmes, particularly through process efficiency, besides improving environmental
                  performance.
         vi.      ONGC shall endeavour to develop new business opportunities through investment in climate
                  change.
         vii.     ONGC shall try to adopt triple bottom line accounting and reporting to raise awareness of the true
                  cost and benefits.
        viii.    Above all, ONGC shall make sustainability a foundation of our business strategy.


                                                   *************




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                                                                                                  Appendix - 1

                       BIDDING DOCUMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT PROFORMA

                                                                               Dated:.................................
The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India

Dear Sirs,

        We hereby acknowledge receipt of a complete set of Bidding Documents consisting of Six
Annexures (along with their Appendices) enclosed to the "Invitation for Bid" pertaining to Charter Hiring
of one number of Type-II Drilling Rig of minimum 1400 HP, capable to drill up to 4900 M with mud
services and cementing services for Ahmedabad Asset for PEL/ML Area. against Tender No.
BN6RC12001.
       We have noted that the closing date for receipt of the tender by ONGC is
_______________________ at 1400 hrs. (IST) and opening at 1500 hrs. (IST) on the same day.
        We guarantee that the contents of the above said Bidding Documents will be kept confidential
within our organization and text of the said documents shall remain the property of ONGC and that the
said documents are to be used only for the purpose intended by ONGC.
        Our address for further correspondence on this tender will be as under :

                                                                       ………………………........................
                                                                       ………………………........................
                                                                       ………………………........................




TELEX NO:
FAX NO:
TELEPHONE No.: / Mobile No.:                                             Yours faithfully,
PERSONAL ATTENTION OF:
(IF REQUIRED)                                                                  (BIDDER)

                      Note : This form should be returned along with offer duly signed




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                                                                                            Appendix-2

                                        Bid submission proforma
Tender No. BN6RC12001
Contractor's Address : ____________________________________________
Telephone No.
FAX NO:

The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India.
Dear Sirs,

1. I/We hereby offer to supply the services detailed in schedule hereto or such portion thereof as you
specify in the Acceptance of Tender at the price given in the said schedule and agree to hold
this offer open till __________________________________.

2. I/We have understood and complied with the "Instructions to Bidders" at Annexure - I, "Bid
Evaluation Criteria" at Annexure-V and accepted the "General Terms and Conditions" at Annexure-II
for providing services and have thoroughly examined and complied with the specifications, drawings,
Special Conditions of Contract and/or pattern stipulated at Annexure-III hereto and am/are fully aware of
the nature of the service required and my/our offer is to provide services strictly in accordance with
the requirements.
3. The following pages have been added to and form part of this tender:-
4. Agreement at Appendix 3 on purchase of Bidding documents and submission of Tender has been duly
signed and returned herewith.

                                                                                         Yours faithfully,

                                                                                     Signature of Bidder
                                                     Address
                                                     Dated
                                                                                    Signature of witness
                                                Address
Note : This form should be returned along with offer duly signed.




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                                                                                              Appendix - 3

                                                 AGREEMENT

No.                                                                         Dated

To,
The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India

Sub: PURCHASE OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS

Ref: TENDER No. BN6RC12001

          ONGC and the Bidder agree that the Notice Inviting Tenders (NIT) is an offer made on the
condition that the bidder will sign the Integrity Pact and the Bid would be kept open in its original form
without variation or modification for a period of __________ (state the number of days from the last
date for the receipt of tenders stated in the NIT) days AND THE MAKING OF THE BID SHALL BE
REGARDED AS AN UNCONDITIONAL AND ABSOLUTE ACCEPTANCE of this condition of the NIT.
They confirm acceptance and compliance with the Integrity Pact in letter and spirit. They further agree
that the contract consisting of the above conditions of NIT as the offer and the submission of Bid as
the Acceptance shall be separate and distinct from the contract which will come into existence when
bid is finally accepted by ONGC. The consideration for this separate initial contract preceding the
main contract is that ONGC is not agreeable to sell the NIT to the Bidder and to consider the bid to be
made except on the condition that the bid shall be kept open for ___________ (so many) days after
the last date fixed for the receipt of the bids and the Bidder desires to make a bid on this condition
and after entering into this separate initial contract with ONGC. ONGC promises to consider the bid on
this condition and the Bidder agrees to keep the bid open for the required period. These reciprocal
promises form the consideration for this separate initial contract between the parties.
        If Bidder fails to honour the above terms and conditions, ONGC shall have unqualified,
absolute and unfettered right to encash / forfeit the bid security submitted in this behalf.
Yours faithfully                                                 Yours faithfully




  (BIDDER)                                                         (ONGC)
                (One copy of this agreement duly signed must be returned along with offer.)




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                                                                                              Appendix - 4
      PROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTEE TOWARDS BID SECURITY / BID BOND

Ref. No....................                 Bank Guarantee No………..........
                                                   Dated ..………………..................
To,
The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India

Dear Sirs,
1.      Whereas Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956,
        having its Registered Office at Jeevan Bharti, Tower-II, 124 Connaught Circus, New Delhi-
        110001, India and one of its offices at Onshore Services Group, Regional Stores, ONGC,
        Baroda (hereinafter called `ONGC' which expression shall unless repugnant to the context
        or meaning thereof include all its successors, administrators, executors and assignees) has
        floated a Tender No. BN6RC12001 and M/s. ____________________________ having
        Head/Registered office at _______________________________ (hereinafter called the
        'Bidder' which expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof mean and
        include all its successors, administrators, executors and permitted                   assignees)have
        submitted     a    bid     Reference No........................ and Bidder having agreed to furnish
        as a condition precedent for participation in the said tender an unconditional and irrevocable Bank
        Guarantee of Indian Rupees/US Dollars (in figures)___________________ (Indian Rupees / US
        Dollars (in words)_________________ only) for the due performance of Bidder's obligations as
        contained in the terms of the Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) and other terms and conditions
        contained in the Bidding documents supplied by ONGC which amount is liable to be forfeited
        on the happening of any contingencies mentioned in said documents.
2.      We (name of the bank)_________________ registered under the laws of_____________ having
        head/registered office at _________ (hereinafter referred to as "the Bank" which expression
        shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof, include all its successors,
        administrators, executors and permitted assignees) guarantee and undertake to pay
        immediately on first demand by ONGC, the amount of Indian Rs. / US$ (in figures)
        __________________ (Indian Rupees/ US Dollars (in words) _______________ only) in
        aggregate at any time without any demur and recourse, and without ONGC having to substantiate
        the demand. Any such demand made by ONGC shall be conclusive and binding on the Bank
        irrespective of any dispute or difference raised by the Bidder.
3.      The Bank confirms that this guarantee has been issued with observance of appropriate laws of the
        country of issue.
4.      The Bank also agree that this guarantee shall be irrevocable and governed and construed in
        accordance with Indian Laws and subject to exclusive jurisdiction of Indian Courts of the place
        from where tenders have been invited.
5.      This guarantee shall be irrevocable and shall remain in force upto ________________ which
        includes thirty days after the period of bid validity and any demand in respect thereof should reach
        the Bank not later than the aforesaid date.


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6.     Notwithstanding anything contained hereinabove, our liability under this Guarantee is limited to
       Indian Rs./US$ (in figures) _________________ (Indian Rupees/US Dollars (in words)
       ________________ only) and our guarantee shall remain in force until (indicate the date of
       expiry of bank guarantee) _________.
Any claim under this Guarantee must be received by us before the expiry of this Bank Guarantee. If no
such claim has been received by us by the said date, the rights of ONGC under this Guarantee will
cease. However, if such a claim has been received by us by the said date, all the rights of ONGC under
this Guarantee shall be valid and shall not cease until we have satisfied that claim. In witness whereof, the
Bank, through its authorized officer, has set its hand and stamp on this ........ day of ........... at
.....................

WITNESS NO. 1
---------------------                                    --------------------------
  (Signature)                                                       (Signature)
 Full name and official                           Full name, designation and official
address (in legible letters)                          address (in legible letters) with Bank Stamp
                                                             Attorney as per Power of
                                                         Attorney No........….……..
                                                         Dated …………………….
WITNESS NO. 2

______________________
          (Signature)
Full name and official address
(in legible letters)

Notes:
(i)  This Bank Guarantee/all further communications relating to the Bank Guarantee should be
     forwarded to The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd., Shed
     No. 20, Regional Stores, Baroda–390009, India                                     only.
(ii) Bank guarantee, duly executed as per the above format, is to be enclosed with the offer, indicating
     the Correct and operational Telephone Nos. / Fax Nos. of the Issuing Bank.




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         INSTRUCTIONS FOR FURNISHING BANK GUARANTEE TOWARDS BID SECURITY

1.       The Bank Guarantee by Indian Bidders will be given on non- judicial stamp paper/franking
         receipt as per stamp duty applicable at the place where the tender has emanated. The non-
         judicial stamp paper/franking receipt should be either in name of the issuing Bank or the bidder.
2.       Foreign Bidders are requested to execute Bank Guarantee as per law in their country.
3.       Please indicate the currency in which Bank Guarantee is being given Indian Rupees/US$ have
         been mentioned only for illustration. Therefore, in case where Bank Guarantee is being given in
         a currency other than Rupees/US$, these terms may be deleted and replaced by relevant
         currency.
4.       The expiry date as mentioned in clause 5 & 6 should be arrived at by adding 30 days to the date
         of expiry of the bid validity unless otherwise specified in the bidding documents.
5. (a)   The Bank Guarantee by Indian bidder will be given from Nationalized/ Scheduled Banks only. The
         Foreign bidder will give Bank Guarantee from an Indian Bank situated in their city.
(b)      In case no Indian bank is situated in foreign bidder's city, then Bank Guarantee from foreign
         Bank acceptable to ONGC, either situated in bidder's country or in India (a list of such
         acceptable foreign banks is enclosed at Appendix 9 of this Annexure) or from an Indian
         Scheduled Bank situated in India, will be considered.
(c)      If any foreign bidder desires to furnish guarantee from a bank other than those included in
         Appendix-9 of this Annexure, such bidder should furnish collateral security/ guarantee/
         confirmation from any of these 300 banks or the State Bank of India.




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                                                                                               Appendix-4A
                                         Proforma for Irrevocable Letter of Credit
                                                   (Applicable for ICB tenders only)



(Advising Bank)
State Bank of India

-------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------
                            (India)

To,
The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM, ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India

Irrevocable and confirmed Letter of Credit No………………………….

Amount                   :          US$

Validity of this Irrevocable           : ……………………………………...(in India)
Letter of Credit                        (30 days beyond validity of offer)

Dear Sir,

1.    You are hereby authorized to draw on ………….(Name of Applicant with full address) for a sum not
      exceeding …………….. available by your demand letter (draft) on them at sight drawn for
      ……………US$ accompanied by a certificate by ONGC Ltd., with the Tender No. duly incorporated
      therein, that one or more of the following conditions has/have occurred, specifying the occurred
      condition(s) :
      (i)        The Bidder withdraws its Bid during the period of Bid validity or any extension thereof duly
                 agreed by the Bidder.
      (ii)       The Bidder varies or modifies its Bid in a manner not acceptable to ONGC Ltd. during the
                 period of bid validity or any extension thereof duly agreed by the Bidder.
      (iii)      The Bidder, having been notified of the acceptance of its Bid,
                 (a) Fails or refuses to execute the supply order/contract
                 (b) Fails or refuses to furnish the Security Deposit/Performance Bank Guarantee
                     (Performance Security) within 30 days before expiry of Bid Security.

2.    This Irrevocable Letter of Credit has been established towards Bid Security against Tender
      No……………… for …………..(item)


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3.   We hereby guarantee to protect the Drawers, Endorsers and bonafide holders from any
     consequences which may arise in the event of the non-acceptance or non-payment of Demand
     Letter (draft) in accordance with the terms of this credit.

4.   This Credit is issued subject to the Uniform Customs and Practices for Documentary Credits (1993
     Revised) International Chamber of Commerce brochure No. 500.

5.   Please obtain reimbursement as under :

        ……………………………………………..

        ……………………………………………..

6.   All foreign as well as Indian bank charges                  will   be   on   the    account    of   M/s
     …………………………………………. (Applicant)



                                                                         FOR…………………………………

                                                                                        Authorized Signature
                                                                                             (Original Bank)

Counter Signature




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                                                                                              Appendix - 5

                                                 CHECK LIST
The bidders are advised in their own interest to ensure that the following points/aspects in particular have
been complied with in their offer failing which the offer is liable to be rejected.
1. Please tick whichever is applicable and cross whichever is/are not applicable.
2. Please sign each sheet.
3. The check-list duly filled in must be returned along with the offer.

                                             COMMERCIAL
                                               GROUP 'A'
1.1      Whether requisite tender fee has been paid ?
         Yes              No                Not applicable

1.2      Deleted
2.1      Whether Bank Draft/Bank Guarantee/Banker’s cheque/ cashier’s cheque/ proof of opening of
         Letter of Credit for the requisite earnest money has been enclosed with the offer ?

         Yes              No                Not applicable
2.2      If so furnish the following:-
 (i)     Name of the Bank
 (ii)    Value
 (iii)   Number
 (iv)    Date of issue
 (v)     Period of validity of the Bank Draft/Bank Guarantee/Letter of Credit.
         (The validity of Bank Draft should not be less than 180 days):

3.       Have the rates, prices and totals, etc. been checked thoroughly before signing the tender?
                  Yes      No
4.       Has the bidder's past experience proforma (Appendix-6) been carefully filled and enclosed with
         the offer ?
                   Yes      No
                                                                                  Signature of the Bidder
5.       Whether charges for training of ONGC officers included in the prices? If not, whether these have
         been quoted separately.
                   Yes             No                Not applicable
6.       Whether firm prices have been quoted
                Yes               No
7.       Whether the cost of installation/erection/commissioning at site is included in the prices? If not,
         whether it has been quoted separately ?
                   Yes             No                Not applicable

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8.    Whether rates have been quoted exactly as per the price bid format?
       Yes             No             Not applicable
9.      Whether the period of validity of the offer is as required in bidding document ? If not, mention
        the extent of variation.
                  Yes     No     Extent of variation in days
10.     Whether the offer has been signed indicating full name and                clearly showing as to whether it
        has been signed as
        Secretary                  Manager                       Partner
        Sole Proprietor Active Partner               Pre procuraterium
11.     If the Bidder is seeking business with ONGC for the first time, has he given the details of the
        parties to whom the offered items/services have been provided in past along with their
        performance report?
                  Yes               No
12.     Deleted.
13.     Deleted
14.     Deleted
15.     Deleted
16.     Are the pages of the offer consecutively numbered and an indication given on the front page
        of the offer as to how many pages are contained in the offer ?
                  Yes              No
17.     Has the offer been prepared in sufficient details/ clarity so as           to avoid post-tender opening
        clarifications/ amendments?
                  Yes      No
18.     Deleted
19.     Whether required sample asked in bidding document has been submitted along with the offer ?
                  Yes              No                            Not applicable
20.     Whether all the clauses of the bidding document are accepted ?
                  Yes              No
21.     Confirm that all documents required in unpriced bid techno-commercial bid without prices are
        placed in priced folder.
                  Yes              No
22.     Confirm that bid and all documents are signed using valid digital signature issued by acceptable
        Certifying Authority(CA) as per Indian IT Act 2000(as amended from time to time).
        Yes              No


                                                                                         Signature of the Bidder



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                                                  GROUP `B'
                                  (Applicable to indigenous bidders only)
1.      Whether a copy of latest income tax clearance certificate has been enclosed ?

                 Yes               No                Not applicable
2.      Whether details of your registration under Sale Tax/Central Sales Tax/Works Contract Tax have
        been indicated in the offer ?
                 Yes               No
3.      Whether the Bidder has quoted after taking into account various incentives and concessions
        permissible under statutes ?
                 Yes               No                Not applicable


                                                                                Signature of the Bidder

                                                 GROUP 'C'
                                     (Applicable to foreign bidders only)

1.      Has the Bidder clearly indicated Income Tax Liability both for corporate and personal tax ?
                 Yes                No               Not applicable
2.      Whether Bidder has Agent/Representative/Consultant/Retainer/ Associate in India and if so
        whether the Bidder has indicated in the offer the commission/amount payable to him and
        scope of services to be rendered by him?

                 Yes               No                Not applicable
 3.     Whether the Bidder has enclosed with the offer/already sent to ONGC an authority
        letter/Agreement of his Agent/Representative/Consultant/Retainer /Associate in India spelling
        out clearly therein the scope of functions and services to be rendered by him and the
        commission/remuneration to be paid to him in rupees in terms of above referred Agreement
        on his behalf ?
                 Yes               No                Not applicable
 4.     Whether the percentage of total payment in non-convertible Indian currency acceptable to you
        has been indicated.
                 Yes               No                Not applicable

                                                                                Signature of the Bidder




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                                                   Technical

                        (Applicable to both foreign Bidders and indigenous Bidders)

1. Whether necessary literature/catalogue of the equipment as well as spare parts thereof has been
    attached with the offer?
                 Yes               No
2. Whether the materials/services being offered fully conform to the required technical specifications ?
                 Yes               No
3. If not, specify the extent of deviation and how it is suitable to ONGC's requirement ?
                  Yes               No



                                                                                 (Signature of the Bidder)




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                                                                                                                                                                  Appendix - 6

                                                   BIDDERS PAST SERVICES (SIMILAR) PROFORMA


 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SL.NO. NAME & ADDRESS                              PERIOD                         DESCRIPTION OF                             REMARKS
                     OF CLIENT                  FROM          TO              SEVICES COMPLETED
                                                                                  SUCCESSFULLY
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 NOTE: - CERTIFICATE FROM CLIENTS TO BE ENCLOSED ALONGWITH THIS PROFORMA


                                                                                                  Signature of the Bidder

                                                                                                  _______________________

                                                                                                    Name___________________

                                                                                                    _________________________

                                                                                                  Seal of the Company

                                                                                                    _______________________




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                                                                                             Appendix - 7

                    AUTHORISATION LETTER FOR ATTENDING TENDER OPENING


NO.                                                               Date _______________


To,

The Dy. General Manager – I/c MM,ONSG,
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
Shed No. 20, Regional Stores,
Baroda – 390 009, India



Subject :    Tender No. _________________________ due on___________________

Sir,


       Mr................................ has been authorized to be present at the time of opening of above
tender due on................ at ....................., on my/our behalf.


                                                                                            Yours faithfully


                                                                                       Signature of Bidder


 Copy to: Mr.......................………………………for information and for production before the
______________________ (MM)____ at the time of opening of bids.




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                                                                                                    Appendix - 8

                  PROFORMA CERTIFICATE ON RELATIVES OF DIRECTORS OF ONGC


This has reference to our proposed contract regarding Charter Hiring of one number of Type-II Drilling
Rig of minimum 1400 HP, capable to drill up to 4900 M with mud services and cementing services for
Ahmedabad Asset for PEL/ML Area.
For the purpose of Section 297/299 of the Companies Act, 1956, an extract enclosed at Appendix 11-A,
we certify that to the best of my/our knowledge :

(i)        I am not a relative of any Director of ONGC ;

(ii)       We are not a firm in which a Director of ONGC or his relative is a partner ;

(iii)      I am not a partner in a firm in which a Director of ONGC or his relative is a partner;

(iv)       We are not a private company in which a Director of ONGC is a Member or Director;

(v)        We are not a company in which Directors of ONGC hold more than 2 % of the paid-up share
           capital of our company or vice-versa.




                                                                 Authorized Signatory of The Contracting Party


Place...

Date...




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                                                                                       Appendix – 9
                   List of acceptable foreign banks for acceptance of Bank Guarantee

Sl. No.                                Name of Bank                      Ranking
1         77Bank, Japan                                                    215
2         Aareal Bank, Germany                                             204
3         Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, United Arab Emirates                  167
4         Agricultural Bank of China, China                                 28
5         Akbank, Turkey                                                   110
6         Al Rajhi Bank, Saudi Arabia                                      145
7         Alfa Bank, Russia                                                270
8         Allied Irish Banks, Ireland                                       84
9         Alpha Bank, Greece                                               115
10        American Express Company, US                                      95
11        Anglo Irish Bank Corporation4, Ireland                           132
12        ANZ Banking Group, Australia                                      47
13        Aozora Bank, Japan                                               157
14        Arab Bank, Jordan                                                166
15        Arab Banking Corporation, Bahrin                                 262
16        Arab National Bank, Saudi Arabia                                 199
17        Attijariwafabank, Morocco                                        216
18        Awal Bank, Bahrain                                               258
19        Banca Carige SpA, Italy                                          289
20        Banca March, Spain                                               179
21        Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Italy                             79
22        Banca Popolare dell'Emilia Romagna, Italy                        173
23        Banca Popolare di Milano, Italy                                  182
24        Banco BPI, Portugal                                              211
25        Banco Bradesco, Brazil                                            40
26        Banco de Chile, Chile                                            252
27        Banco de la Nacion Argentina, Argentina                          295
28        Banco do Brasil, Brazil                                           45
29        Banco do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul (Banrisul), Brazil          307
30        Banco Espirito Santo Group, Portugal                             123
31        Banco Inbursa, Mexico                                            236
32        Banco Pastor, Spain                                              243
33        Banco Popolare di Sondrio, Italy                                 300
34        Banco Popolare di Vicenza, Italy                                 276
35        Banco Popolare, Italy                                            102
36        Banco Popular Espanol, Spain                                      86
37        Banco Sabadell, Spain                                            124
38        Banco Safra, Brazil                                              247
39        Banco Santander, Spain                                             9
40        Bancolombia, Colombia                                            248
41        Bangkok Bank, Thailand                                           168
42        Bank Central Asia, Indoneshia                                    279
43        Bank Hapoalim, Israel.                                           143
44        Bank Leumi le-Israel BM, Israel.                                 149
45        Bank Nederlandse Gemeenten, Netherlands                          225
46        Bank of America Corp, USA                                          1
47        Bank of Ayudhya, Thailand                                        281
48        Bank of Beijing, China                                           155
49        Bank of China, China                                              14


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Sl. No.                                Name of Bank                      Ranking
50        Bank of Communications, China                                     49
51        Bank of Cyprus Public Company, Cyprus                            222
52        Bank of Ireland, Ireland                                          61
53        Bank of Jiangsu, China                                           292
54        Bank of Montreal, Canada                                          57
55        Bank of Moscow, Russia                                           254
56        Bank of New York Mellon, USA                                      82
57        Bank of Shanghai, China                                          226
58        Bank of Taiwan, Taiwan                                           151
59        Bank of Yokohama, Japan                                          139
60        Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Indonesia                                 288
61        Bankinter, Spain                                                 210
62        Banque Cantonale Vaudoise, Switzerland                           240
63        Banque et Caisse d’ Epargne de I’Etat Luxembourg, Luxembourg     303
64        Banque Saudi Fransi, Saudi Arabia                                185
65        Barclays, United Kingdom                                          10
66        Basler Kantonalbank, Switzerland                                 263
67        Bayerische Landesbank, Germany                                    54
68        BB & T Corp, US                                                   76
69        BBVA, Spain                                                       30
70        Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa, Spain                                      187
71        BNP Paribas, France                                                8
72        Caisse Centrale Desjardins Montreal,Canada                        91
73        Caixa Catalunya, Spain                                           195
74        Caixa Economica Federal, Brazil                                  114
75        Caixa Galicia, Spain                                             177
76        Caixa Geral de Depositos, Portugal                               113
77        Caixanova, Spain                                                 251
78        Caja Mediterraneo, Spain                                         133
79        Caja de Ahorros de Murcia, Spain                                 277
80        Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid, Spain                64
81        Caja de Ahorros y Pen. de Barcelona - la Caixa, Spain             46
82        Caja Gipuzkoa San Sebastian, Spain                               224
83        CajAstur, Spain                                                  310
84        Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada                        78
85        Capital One Financial Corporation, USA                            66
86        Cathay United Bank, Taiwan                                       272
87        Chang Hwa Commercial Bank, Taiwan                                293
88        Chiba Bank, Japan                                                156
89        China CITIC Bank, China                                           67
90        China Construction Bank Corporation, China                        15
91        China Everbright Bank, China.                                    136
92        China Merchants Bank, China                                       81
93        China Minsheng Banking Corp, China.                               80
94        Chinatrust Commercial Bank, Taiwan                               202
95        Chugoku Bank, Japan                                              201
96        Chuo Mitsui Trust Holdings, Japan                                150
97        CIMB Group Holdings Berhad, Malaysia                             176
98        Citigroup, USA                                                     3
99        Comerica, USA                                                    125
100       Commercial Bank of Qatar, Qatar                                  284
101       Commerzbank6, Germany                                             27
102       Commonwealth Bank Group, Australia                                58
103       Credit Agricole Group, France                                     13
104       Credit Mutuel, France                                             29

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Sl. No.                                  Name of Bank            Ranking
105       Credit Suisse Group, Zurich, Switzerland                  31
106       Credito Emiliano, Italy                                  302
107       Daishi Bank, Japan                                       298
108       Danske Bank, Denmark                                      48
109       DBS Bank, Singapore                                       62
110       DekaBank Group, Germany.                                 186
111       Deutsche Apotheker und Arztebank, Germany                294
112       Deutsche Bank, Germany                                    20
113       Deutsche Postbank, Germany                               130
114       Dexia, Belgium                                            41
115       Discover Financial Services, US                          137
116       DnB NOR Group, Norway                                     60
117       Dubai Islamic Bank, United Arab Emirates                 274
118       DZ Bank, Germany                                          75
119       East West Bancorp, US                                    304
120       EFG Group, Luxembourg                                    118
121       Emirates NBD, United Arab Emirates                       128
122       Erste Group Bank AG, Austria                              63
123       FCE Bank Plc, United Kingdom                             170
124       Fifth Third Bancorp, USA                                  77
125       First Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria                           285
126       First Commercial Bank, Taiwan                            275
127       First Gulf Bank, United Arab Emirates                    142
128       First Horizon National Corp, USA                         203
129       FirstRand Bank Holdings, South Africa                    158
130       Fortis Bank (Nederland), Nederlands                      107
131       Franklin Resources, USA                                  163
132       Gazprombank, Russia                                      159
133       GMAC Inc., US                                             51
134       Goldman Sachs, US                                         16
135       Groupe Banques Populaire, Morocco                        296
136       Groupe BPCE10,, France                                    18
137       Grupo Bancaja, Spain                                     116
138       Grupo Financiero Banorte, Mexico                         256
139       Guangdong Development Bank, China                        218
140       Gunma Bank, Japan                                        220
141       Hachijuni Bank, Japan                                    190
142       Hamburger Sparkasse (Haspa), Germany                     280
143       Hana Financial Group, Korea (South)                      120
144       Harris Bankcrop, US                                      219
145       Helaba-Landesbank, Germany                               121
146       Higo Bank, Japan                                         313
147       Hiroshima Bank, Japan                                    253
148       Hokuhoku Financial Group, Japan                          183
149       HSBC Holdings, United Kingdom                              5
150       HSH Nordbank, Germany                                     85
151       Hua Nan Financial Holdings, Taiwan                       238
152       Huaxia Bank, China                                       178
153       Hudson City Bancorp., USA                                172
154       Huntington Bancshares, US                                160
155       Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank, Austria                            235
156       Hypo Real Estate Holding, Germany                         98
157       Ibercaja, Spain                                          207
158       ICBC, China                                                7
159       IKB Deutsche Industriebank, Germany                      223

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Sl. No.                                  Name of Bank                  Ranking
160       Industrial Bank of Korea, Korea (South)                        122
161       Industrial Bank, China                                          97
162       ING Bank, Netherlands                                           21
163       Intesa Sanpaolo , Italy                                         25
164       Investec Limited, South Africa                                 212
165       Irish Life & Permanent12, Ireland                              260
166       Israel Discount Bank, Israel                                   244
167       Itau Unibanco Holding SA, Brazil                                33
168       Iyo Bank, Japan                                                242
169       Joyo Bank, Japan                                               194
170       JP Morgan Chase & Co, USA                                        2
171       Julius Baer Group, Switzerland                                 268
172       Jyske Bank, Denmark                                            266
173       Kagoshima Bank, Japan                                          297
174       Kasikornbank PCL, Thailand                                     221
175       Kazkommertsbank, Kazakhstan                                    261
176       KBC Group, Belgium                                              52
177       KeyCorp, US                                                     99
178       Kookmin Bank, Korea (South)                                     69
179       Krung Thai Bank, Thailand                                      213
180       Kuwait Finance House, Kuwait                                   165
181       Land Bank of Taiwan, Taiwan                                    264
182       Landesbank Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany                           53
183       Landesbank Berlin Holding, Germany                             175
184       Landwirtschaftliche Rentenbank, Germany                        230
185       LGT Group, Liechtenstein                                       286
186       Lloyds Banking Group11, United Kingdom                          12
187       M&T Bank Corporation, US                                       152
188       Macquarie Group, Australia                                     233
189       Marfin Popular Bank, Cyprus                                    209
190       Marshall & IIsley Corp, USA                                    154
191       Mashreqbank, United Arab Emirates                              217
192       Maybank, Malaysia                                              134
193       Mega International Commercial Bank, Taiwan                     174
194       Millenium bcp, Portugal                                        112
195       Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Japan                           11
196       Mizuho Financial Group, Japan                                   26
197       Morgan Stanley, US                                              22
198       National Agricultural Cooperative Federation, Korea(South)     105
199       National Australia Bank, Australia                              32
200       National Bank of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates               147
201       National Bank of Canada, Canada.                               146
202       National Bank of Greece, Greece                                100
203       National Bank of Kuwait, Kuwait                                184
204       National Commercial Bank, Saudi Arabia.                        126
205       Nedbank Group, South Africa                                    181
206       New York Community Bancorp, USA                                208
207       Nishi-Nippon City Bank, Japan                                  246
208       Nomura Holdings, Japan                                          70
209       Norddeutsche Landesbank, Germany                                92
210       Nordea Group, Sweden                                            37
211       Norinchukin Bank, Japan                                         44
212       Northern Trust Corporation, USA                                140
213       Nykredit Bank A/S, Denmark                                     101
214       OCBC, Singapore                                                 96

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Sl. No.                                Name of Bank                          Ranking
215       OP Pohjola Group, Finland                                            127
216       Osterreichische Volksbanken, Austria                                 189
217       OTP Bank, Hungary                                                    162
218       Ping An Bank, China                                                  299
219       Piraeus Bank Group, Greece                                           164
220       PKO Bank Polski, Poland                                              148
221       PNC Financial Service Group13, USA                                    39
222       Popular, Puerto Rico                                                 269
223       PSK Group, Austria                                                   232
224       PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) TBK, Indonesia                             267
225       Public Bank (PBB), Malaysia                                          191
226       Qatar National Bank, Qatar                                           193
227       Rabobank Group, Netherlands                                           24
228       Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich, Austria                            83
229       Raiffeisenlandesbank Niederosterreich-Wien, Austria                  234
230       Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberosterreich, Aktiengesellschaft, Austria     237
231       Regions Financial Corp, USA                                           90
232       Resona Holdings, Japan                                                55
233       RHB Bank Berhad, Malaysia                                            306
234       Riyad Bank, Saudi Arabia.                                            138
235       Royal Bank of Canada                                                  36
236       Royal Bank of Scotland, United Kingdom                                 4
237       Russian Agriculture Bank, Russia                                     196
238       Sal Oppenheim16, Germany                                             309
239       Samba Financial Group, Saudi Arabia.                                 144
240       San-In Godo Bank, Japan                                              273
241       Sapporo Hokuyo Holdings, Japan                                       283
242       Saudi British Bank, Saudi Arabia                                     250
243       Sberbank, Russia.                                                     43
244       Schroders, UK                                                        301
245       Schweizer Verbank der Raiffeisenbanken, Switzerland.                 119
246       Scotiabank, Canada                                                    38
247       SEB, Sweden                                                           72
248       Shangai Commercial & Savings Bank, Taiwan                            229
249       Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, China.                             108
250       Shenzhen Development Bank, China                                     231
251       Shinhan Financial Group, Korea (South)                                87
252       Shinkin Central Bank, Japan                                           93
253       Shizuoka Bank, Japan                                                 141
254       Shoko Chukin Bank, Japan.                                            135
255       Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand                                       205
256       SNS Bank, Netherlands                                                188
257       Societe Generale, France                                              19
258       Standard Bank Group, South Africa                                    106
259       Standard Chartered, United Kingdom                                    42
260       State Street Corp, US                                                 89
261       Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Japan                                23
262       Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co, Japan                                    74
263       Suncorp-Metway, Australia                                            192
264       SunTrust Banks, USA                                                   59
265       Swedbank, Sweden.                                                     94
266       Sydbank Group, Denmark                                               311
267       Synovus Financial Corp, USA                                          255
268       Taipei Fubon Bank, Taiwan                                            278
269       Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Taiwan                                      228

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Sl. No.                               Name of Bank                                     Ranking
270       TC Ziraat Bankasi, Turkey                                                      131
271       The Bank of East Asia, Limited, Hong Kong                                      206
272       The Bank of Fukuoka, Japan                                                     180
273       The Bank of Kyoto, Japan                                                       241
274       The Co-operative Bank, UK                                                      249
275       Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canada                                                   56
276       Turkiye Garanti Bankasi, Turkey                                                117
277       Turkiye Halk Bankasi, Turkey                                                   197
278       Turkiye Is Bankasi AS, Turkey.                                                 103
279       UBI Banca, Italy                                                               109
280       UBS, Switzerland                                                                35
281       Unicaja, Spain                                                                 198
282       UniCredit, Italy                                                                17
283       Union National Bank, United Arab Emirates                                      245
284       United Overseas Bank , Singapore                                                73
285       US Bancorp, US                                                                  50
286       VakifBank, Turkey                                                              169
287       Van Lanschot NV, Netherlands                                                   290
288       Veneto Banca Holding SCPA, Italy                                               282
289       Volkswagen Bank, Germany                                                       161
290       VTB-Bank, Russia                                                                65
291       Wells Fargo & Co, USA                                                            6
292       WestLB, Germany                                                                104
293       Westpac Banking Corporation, Australia                                          34
294       WGZ Bank, Germany                                                              265
295       Woori Financial Group, Korea (South)                                            71
296       Wustenrot & Wurttemburgische, Germany                                          200
297       Yamaguchi Bank, Japan                                                          227
298       Zenith Bank, Nigeria                                                           287
299       Zions Bancorporation,, US                                                      153
300       Zurcher Kantonalbank, Switzerland                                              129


 Note:

1. Bank Guarantee from Calyon Bank, which is a constituent of the Credit Agricole Group, France (ranked 13 th and
appearing at Sl.No. 103 in the enclosed Annexure-1) and the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd., commercial bank
from Mitsubushi UFJ Financial group, Japan (ranked 11th and appearing at serial No. 195 in the enclosed
Annexure-1) shall also be acceptable.

2. If any foreign bidder desires to furnish Bank Guarantee from a foreign bank other than those included in the
above list, such bidders are advised to furnish collateral security/ guarantee/ confirmation either from any one of the
acceptable foreign Banks listed above or the State Bank of India.




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                                                                                               Appendix - 10


PROFORMA FOR CHANGES / MODIFICATIONS SOUGHT BY BIDDERS TO THE BIDDING
CONDITIONS

ONGC expects the bidders to fully accept the terms and conditions of the bidding documents. However,
changes/ modifications to the terms and conditions of bidding documents, if any proposed, can be
communicated in the following proforma, in case pre-bid is not held. This can be used even in cases
where pre-bid is held, to inform about the proposals in advance to the pre-bid date.
Clause No. of Bidding Full compliance/ Changes/ modifications proposed REMARKS
Document              not agreed       by the Bidders




                                                      Signature of the Bidder

                                                      ….............…………....................

                                                      Name..........................………….

                                                     Seal of the Company
                                                     ………………………………………


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                                                                 ANNEXURE – II




                             DRILLING AGREEMENT

                                                   WITH

              GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS




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                                                                                                       ANNEXURE - II
         DRILLING AGREEMENT WITH GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into ________________day of ____________20___, between OIL
AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD., incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 having its Registered
office at Jeevan Bharti, Tower - II, 124 Connaught Circus, New Delhi - 110001, India, and one of its offices
at Onshore Services Group, Vadodara - 390009, India (hereinafter referred to as 'OPERATOR', which
 expression shall include its successors and assignees) on the one part
                                                        AND
M/s. _________________________________________________ a Company organised and existing under the
laws of Company's Act 1956 and having its registered office at _________________________________
(hereinafter referred to as 'CONTRACTOR', which expression shall include its successors and permitted
assignees) on the other part.

                                                      WITNESSETH

WHEREAS, Operator desires to have drilling operations conducted in the Onshore Assets / Basin of India, as
may    be      designated by Operator,         AND         WHEREAS,      Contractor is         owner      of
"_____________________________________" (hereinafter referred to as "Drilling Unit") and willing to perform
such drilling operations on charter hire basis with Drilling Unit and its personnel as per Annexure -
______
                                                            OR
Contractor has taken on lease the Rig ______________ (hereinafter referred to as 'Drilling Unit') from
___________ or ________ years sufficient to cover the duration of this agreement and willing to perform such
drilling operations with the Drilling Unit and its personnel as per Annexure '...'. Contractor undertakes to get the
lease period extended if the Agreement is extended to perform the drilling operations during the extended period.

Whereas, the Contractor confirms that it has the approval No......... dated ........ of the Government of India
permitting it to enter into a Joint Venture/Technical Collaboration for rendering Onshore drilling services in
India and whereas the Contractor has entered               into an Agreement with ........................................ on
 ............. (copy enclosed at Annexure.......) and this Agreement is subsisting and is valid up to .............. i.e.
covering the primary term of this Agreement for providing sufficient technical/management back up support for
drilling operations under this Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements hereinafter provided, it is hereby
agreed as follows:-
1.0       TERM
1.1       COMMENCEMENT DATE
          This Agreement is effective as of_______ (i.e. date of issue of firm Letter of Award of Contract by
           Operator) and shall commence when the Drilling Rig & along with other services and its personnel is
          fully rigged up at first drilling site, and is ready for commencement of Drilling Operation at the first Well
          designated by Operator, with the objective of continued Rig operation thereafter.
1.2       EXPIRY DATE
          This Agreement shall come to an end One year from the Commencement Date of contract.

          The contract shall stand automatically extended on same rates, terms and conditions to cover the time
          necessary to complete or abandon, to the satisfaction of ONGC, the Well(s)-in-progress at the end of the
          term of the contract
1.3       DURATION
      (a) This Agreement shall initially be for a firm period, as per details given in the Bid Evaluation Criteria, from

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          commencement date.
      (b) The Agreement will be automatically extended, under the same rates, terms and conditions to cover the
          time necessary to complete or abandon, to the satisfaction of Operator, the well(s)-in-progress at the end
          of the Primary Term of the Agreement.
      (c) Operator shall have the option to terminate this Agreement, at any time during last thirty (30) days
          before the expiry date of the Contract, if the last well being drilled is completed or abandoned prior to
          such expiry date and, in the opinion of Operator, another well cannot be drilled within the remaining
          Agreement period.
1.4       LIQUIDATED DAMAGES.
          The Contractor shall deploy the Drilling Unit at the designated first drilling location nominated by Operator,
          to commence operations within the stipulated Mobilization Period from the date of issue of un-conditional
          Letter of Award of Contract.
          If the Contractor fails to deploy the Drilling Unit within aforesaid period, the Operator as its sole remedy
          can recover from contractor as ascertained and agreed Liquidated Damages and not by way of penalty
          a sum equivalent to 1/2 % (Half Percent) of one year's Operating Day Rate (365 Operating Day Rates)
          for each week of delay or part thereof subject to maximum of 5%. Operator shall have at any time but
          before Commencement Date, the right to terminate the Contract in the event Contractor fails to deploy the
          Drilling Unit at the first drilling location within aforesaid period, without prejudice to any other clauses
          including LD Clause.
          The parties agree that that sum specified above is not a penalty but a genuine pre-estimate of the
          loss/damage which will be suffered on account of delay / breach on the part of the contractor and the
          said amount will be payable on demand, without there being any proof of the actual loss or damages
          caused by such delay/breach.
1.5       Non – Substitution of Rig (s):
          The Contractor shall mobilize the rig __________ (Name of the rig) within the stipulated mobilization
          period and ONGC shall not allow substitution of the rig under any circumstances.
1.6       Mobilization Period:
1.6.1     The Contractor shall deploy the Drilling Unit and other services, duly inspected by third party inspection
          agency and accepted by user Asset / Basin of ONGC, at the specified location nominated by ONGC,
          within 180 days from the date of firm letter of award. TPI shall be conducted at the 1st specified location of
          ONGC.
1.6.2     ONGC shall accept the Drilling Rig only after Third Party Inspection prior to commencement of contract, at
          ONGC’s cost by any one of the following short listed agencies:
           (a) MODU SPEC (b) Oilfield Audit Services Inc. (c) DNV (d) BV (e) Lloyds (f) ABS

          ONGC shall nominate one of the above agencies for inspection of the Drilling Rig and the equipments.
          Contactor shall give 15 days advance notice to ONGC for inspection on complete readiness of the Rig &
          equipments. A maximum of 10 man-days shall be allowed for inspection of the rig and equipments. In
          case total inspection time exceeds 10 man-days, cost of such extra time beyond 10 man-days shall be
          borne by the contractor. Further the contractor will bear entire cost of subsequent third party inspections if
          TPI agency is required to be called to verify the compliance against observations made in first inspection
          or due to non-mobilization of complete equipments of Rig Package as per contractual obligation.
1.6.3  Contractor agrees to provide the necessary documents required for obtaining Visa for the country where
       the rig is offered for inspection for the inspectors of third party inspection agency.
1.6.4 In case the rig is hired for PEL/ML area, custom duty is not applicable for the rig & equipments and ONGC
       will issue Recommendatory Letter for exemption of custom duty. If the rig is not accepted after third party
       inspection, then the contractor is required to re-export the rig and equipment.
1.6.5 A kick off meeting will be held at user Asset within 15 days from the date of firm letter of award by ONGC. At
       the kick-off meeting, the Contractor shall submit the following.

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          a)      Layout diagram with dimensions of the rig(s).
          b)      Detail load bearing diagram of the rig(s) required for construction of rig foundation and drill site.
          c)      Schedule of activities for completing the mobilization and third party inspection within the
                  mobilization period.
          After the kick off meeting, Contractor shall submit periodical report or any other report as desired by
          ONGC, showing progress of activities vis-à-vis the schedule.
          A joint survey of the first designated location of the rig has be carried out by the team of the concerned
          Asset and Contractor immediately after kick off meeting.
1.7       Fire Fighting Equipment
          The Contractor confirms that the Drilling Unit is equipped with basic fire-fighting equipment as required
          for Oil Well drilling as per Oil Mining Regulations of India.
2.0       DEPTH
2.1       GENERAL
      (a) Wells should be drilled to a depth specified pursuant to this Clause 2,sub- clause 2.2 subject always to
           the right of Operator to direct at any time a stoppage of work at a lesser depth.
      (b) The Drilling Unit furnished by the Contractor hereunder, shall be fully equipped and adequate to drill
          wells in terms of agreed specifications and complete the same and carry out remedial operations thereto
          as specified by Operator. The Drilling Unit and all other equipment, materials, and supplies provided
           by Contractor, as specified or which Contractor is otherwise required to provide under the terms of this
          Agreement, shall be in good workable condition, and together with the personnel provided by the
          Contractor, as specified in Annexure.......shall be furnished and maintained by Contractor at its sole
          cost for the rates set forth in Clause 3 Contractor shall maintain the Drilling Unit in good operating and
          seaworthy condition throughout the duration of the Agreement or any extension thereof.
2.2       DEPTH
          Contractor confirms that the Drilling Unit shall be capable of drilling wells up to a maximum depth of............Meters.
2.3       WELL DEPTH
          The depth of each well to be drilled, hereunder will be specified in Operator's Drilling and Completion Programme,
          which Operator may amend from time to time. The depth so specified is hereunder referred to as the 'well depth'.
3.        COMPENSATION OF CONTRACTOR
3.1       GENERAL
          Operator agrees to pay Contractor for work performed / services rendered and material/equipment supplied and
           personnel furnished by Contractor, a sum at the rates specified in this Clause read in conjunction with Annexure
          '__' shall be computed from and to the nearest half hour. The rates contained in this Clause are based on
          contractor's operations being conducted on a seven (7) days week and a twenty four (24) hours work day.
3.2       MOBILISATION
          For mobilization of the Drilling Unit, from the Drilling Unit's present location to the first well location designated by
          Operator anywhere in the specified Asset / Basin of Onshore India, Operator shall pay the Contractor, Mobilization
          fee, as specified in the Schedule of Rates, within fifteen (15) days from commencement date of Agreement as
          defined in clause 1.1 above provided invoice is submitted 30 days prior to date of payment.
3.3       DEMOBILISATION
          Operator shall pay the Contractor within thirty (30) days of expiry date as defined in Clause 1.2 or within
          30 days of the receipt of invoice, whichever is later, a demobilization fee as indicated in the Schedule of
          Rates, on submission of invoice by the Contractor.
3.4       DAY RATE
          Under this Agreement Contractor will be entitled to an applicable day rate at all times from the time of
          commencement of Agreement (as per Clause 1.1) till the expiry of the Charter Hire period as per Clause
          1.2, except where otherwise provided for in this Agreement.
3.4.1     OPERATING DAY RATE
          Contractor shall be paid an Operating Day Rate as specified in the Schedule of Rates, payable from the

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          commencement date and at all times during the term of the Agreement, except when specially otherwise
          provided for in this Agreement.
3.4.2     NON-OPERATING DAY RATE / STAND BY RATE
          Contractor shall be paid a Non-operating Day              Rate as specified in the Schedule of Rates for the
          following: -
          (i)      when the Drilling Unit is not operating
          (ii)     Waiting for materials, orders, instructions, programme from ONGC
          (iii)    Carrying out fishing operations except where otherwise provide for in this Agreement.
          (iv)     Cementing
          (v)      W.O.C. (Waiting on Cement) & Well under observation during Production Testing, Compressor
                   Applications During Production Testing
          (vi)     Waiting after application of spotting fluid, Well Under VSP Party, Well Kept Under Pressure after
                   placement of Cement Plug (W.O.C), Well Closed for Bottom Hole Study.
          (vii)    Assembling & disassembling BOP & Well heads.
          (viii)   Electro logging operations.
          (ix)     Production test with ONGC’s Drill Pipe or tubing. (Note: During Production Testing if draw works or
                   mud pumps are put into operation, only that period will be considered for RODR).
          (x)      Waiting on orders or materials to be supplied by ONGC
          However, in case of Fishing Operations,
          (i) If the fishing operation is due to the fault of contractor (due to contractor’ equipment / tool), No rate
               will be paid.
          (ii) If the fishing operation is not due to fault of contractor (not due to contractors equipment and tools),
               NODR will be paid.
3.4.3     Inter – Location Movement Charges (ILMC) / Intra-Location Move Charges (CMC) / Rig Transportation
          Charges (RTC):
          Contractor shall be paid lump-sum charges as specified in the Schedule of Rates towards inter-location
          movement charges which shall include de-rigging, loading, un-loading and rig-up at new location.
          Contractor shall be paid Rig Transportation Charges per Km, as specified in Schedule of Rates.
          In case intra-location movement (Cluster Movement), Contractor shall be paid charges for each intra-
          location move for cluster location within same location.
          No other charges shall be payable during Rig Moves.
3.4.4     RIG AND OTHER SERVICES BREAK-DOWN :
3.4.4.1   RIG BREAK-DOWN :
          During the Term of the Agreement, if operations hereunder are suspended, due to break-down of or the need for
          repairs to Contractor's equipment of drilling rig or due to the failure of Contractor to furnish any requirement for the
          operations such as, but not limited to, materials, supplies, equipments, or services, and which Contractor is obligated
          to furnish hereunder or due to failure of Drilling Unit or due to destabilization of the Drilling Unit due to whatever
          reasons and if such failure results in the operations being materially affected, Contractor shall be paid at the
          Equipment Break-down Day Rate of ………….. upto a maximum of 32 hours as compensation per calendar month
          which is not cumulative from one month to another. Beyond the said 32 (Thirty Two) hours, daily compensation i.e.
          day rate shall not be payable to contractor until operations are recommenced at which time the applicable rate
           shall again come into force.
          However, if the drilling unit break-down is continued beyond 72 (Seventy Two) hours, there shall be no
          payment for all the services covered under the scope of this Agreement.
3.4.4.2 OTHER SERVICES BREAK-DOWN:
          If any of the services covered under the scope of this Agreement is/are not operating as per its intended
          operations due to which the Drilling Unit cannot perform its intended operations, then the Service Day Rate
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3.4.5   INDIVIDUAL SERVICE DAY RATE (SDR)
        Contractor shall be paid individual Service Day Rate (SDR) for the other services covered under the scope
        of the contract from the Commencement Date and at all times during the term of the agreement, except
        when specifically otherwise provided for in this Agreement, as per the rate given below:
        ……………………
3.5     DEFICIENCIES
(1)     Contractor's equipment shall be maintained by Contractor in sound and efficient operating condition at time. Should
         the performance of Contractor's drilling equipment becomes unsatisfactory or the general standard of performance
        of work hereunder be materially reduced because of defective drill pipe, drill collars, or other Contractor's
        furnished equipment or by reason of contractor's incompetence or negligence, Operator shall give contractor written
        notice specifying the causes of its dis-satisfaction to correct the specified deficiency within 15 days failing which
        Operator shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving thirty (30) days advance written notice to the
        Contractor, unless the specified deficiency is corrected within such thirty (30) days period. In this event no demob
        fees will be payable by the Operator notwithstanding the provision contained in the Contract, Operator shall
        recover the mobilization charges, if any, paid in terms of clause 3.2 in case the deficiency occurs during
        pendency of the contract, on prorata basis for the period of performance, in addition to invoking of performance
        bond due to failure of the contractor in not executing the contract faithfully.
(2)     Should contractor be denied access to the location of drilling operations due to lack of compliance of any permits
         or licenses required by the Operator pursuant to Clause 13.1 hereof, time lost as a result thereof shall be
        compensated at the non-operating Day Rate.
3.6     LOADING OF OPERATOR'S EQUIPMENT
        Operator shall mobilize all of Operator's/Operator's third party equipment to the first drilling location nominated by
        Operator.
3.7     PERSONNEL MOBILISATION
        For purpose of this Agreement, the Operating Area shall be anywhere in the specified Asset / Basin of
        Onshore India. In the event there is a change of location from ……… region to any other Region and
        Contractor shifts its office to the new location, Operator shall pay all reasonable expenses thereby incurred
        in moving Contractor’s material, equipment, related items located therein, from the original location to new
        location, such transportation being limited to surface transportation charges only. Contractor shall be solely
        responsible for providing all other requirements of its personnel including but not limited to, housing,
        transportation.
3.8     FIRM PRICE
        The rates payable under Clause 3 hereinabove, shall be firm during the primary term and any extension
        thereof under clause 1.3 (b) and (c) of the Agreement.
3.9     PERFORMANCE
        The Contractor undertakes to perform all its service under this Agreement with all reasonable skill,
        diligence and care in accordance with sound industry practice to the satisfaction of the operator and
        accepts full responsibility for the satisfactory quality of such services.
        Operator shall give Contractor written notice specifying the causes of its dis-satisfaction to correct the
         specified deficiency, within 15 days failing which Operator shall have the right to terminate this
        Agreement by giving thirty (30) days advance written notice to the Contractor, unless the specified
        deficiency is corrected within such thirty (30) days period.
        In this event, no de-mob fees will be payable by the Operator and notwithstanding provisions contained
        in the contract, Operator shall recover the mobilization charges, if paid in terms of clause 3.2 on pro-rata
        basis for the period of performance, in addition to invoking of performance bond due to failure of the
        contractor in not executing the contract faithfully. If at any time during the term of this Contract break
        down of Contractor's equipment results in Contractor being unable to perform its obligations hereunder
         for a period of 15 successive days (not including Force Majeure delay or break down of Contractor's
        equipment caused by a well blow-out or all the consequences thereof), Operator, at its option, may
        terminate this contract, in its entirety without further right or obligation on the part of Operator except for

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        the payment of money then due. No notice shall be served by the Operator under the condition stated
        above.
3.10    PERFORMANCE BOND
        The Contractor shall furnish to the Operator within fifteen days of issue of firm order an irrevocable and
         unconditional letter of guarantee from a Bank acceptable to the Operator for a sum equivalent of 7.5%
        of one year's contract value (in the proforma as per Appendix – 1, Annexure- II enclosed). This
          irrevocable letter of guarantee shall be drawn in favour of the Operator and shall be valid up to a date 60
        days (for Indian Bidder) / 120 days (for Foreign Bidder) beyond the last date of Primary Term of this
        Agreement or any extension thereof. In the event CONTRACTOR fails to honour any of the commitments
        entered into under this agreement or in the event of termination of the contract under provisions of Integrity
        Pact and / or in respect of any amount due from Contractor to the Operator, the Operator shall have the
        unconditional option under the guarantee to invoke the said guarantee with the bank and claim the amount
        from the bank. The bank shall be obliged to make the payment to the Operator upon demand. The
        Contractor further agrees to extend the period of this guarantee or to furnish a fresh guarantee if the
        Operator decides to extend the period of this Agreement as stated in the Clause 1.3(a), 1.3 (b) and 1.3
        (c).

4.      MATERIAL, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT & PERSONNEL TO BE FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR
4.1     MATERIAL, SUPPLIES, AND EQUIPMENT
(a)     Contactor will furnish and maintain at its cost all items designated at Annexures ______, hereto under the
        heading "Furnished by Contractor".
(b)     Any additional items of Contractor’s equipment not specifically mentioned elsewhere in this Agreement
        and found necessary to the operation shall be provided as specified in Clause 5.1(a) (ii) or on such other
         basis as is negotiated by the parties.
(c )    Contractor at its cost, shall have the drill pipes inspected by a recognized inspection agency mutually
        acceptable by both parties prior to the first well unless inspected within last six months in previous
        contract, and thereafter every six months or 50,000 feet of drilling, whichever occurs first. Operator shall,
        at any other time, have the right to request the Contractor to have the drill pipes inspected by a
         recognized inspection agency at Operator's cost.
4.2     PERSONNEL
(a)     Contractor will at all times at its sole expense and under its exclusive responsibility arrange
         supervisory, technical and other personnel to properly perform the work, in the numbers and categories
        as set forth at Annexure…….. hereof, Operator shall be responsible for securing work permits and
        security passes for Contractor's employees and personnel, if required.
        All of Contractor's supervisory personnel including the Manager, Tool Pusher and Driller shall be easily
        understandable in English language.
(b)     Contractor may be required to deploy additional personnel for maintenance / operations / supervision /
        inspection at their cost for which the request of contractor will be considered on merit by the officer of the
        Operator specifically authorized to accord such approval. Operator shall not pay any amount for additional
        personnel deployed by contractor.
(c)     In the event a member of crew as listed in Annexure-___ is not deployed on duty then the daily rate
         will be reduced as detailed at Annexure-___ to reflect reduction in costs of contractor, for such short
         deployment. However, if such short deployment is on account of sickness/accident on location or
         as per ONGC's instructions due to disciplinary reasons, 7 days will be allowed for replacement without
        any reduction in the daily rate.
4.3     Contractor agrees that they shall make their own arrangement for inter-Location Movement / Intra-Location
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5.0        MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT & PERSONNEL TO BE FURNISHED BY OPERATOR.
5.1        MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT & PERSONNEL
      (a) i)        All items of equipments, materials, supplies and personnel required for operations hereunder,
                     other than items to be supplied by Contractor as set forth in Annexure......and Annexure ......will
                    be furnished by Operator at the well site, and Contractor would have no liability for any costs
                    thereof.
           ii)      All items of equipment, materials, supplies and personnel required for operations hereunder,
                    other than those items set forth in Clause 4 hereof or otherwise required to be replaced or
                    furnished by Operator will be furnished by Operator, or at Operator's request, such items or any
                    other items which Operator is required to furnish under this Agreement may be furnished by
                    Contractor and billed to and be reimbursed by Operator at actual invoice cost provided that if
                     the item is furnished out of Contractor's inventory the lowest quote from two reputable
                     vendors/suppliers will establish the replacement cost less any cash discount obtained by
                    Contractor, plus actual documented freight, packing and insurance costs of such items
                    obtained outside the area of operations.
                    Further, if the operator on scrutiny finds quotation of some other reputable vendors to be lower,
                    then Operator will have the discretion to pass the invoices based on the lower quotation. When
                    such items are sent by air, at the specific request of Operator the entire cost thereof shall be for
                    the account of Operator, including Air freight. In the event contractor is requested to furnish any
                    single item of equipment, materials or supplies which, operator is required to furnish under this
                    Agreement, Contractor's fee of 7.5% will be payable by Operator on F.O.B. value less discount if
                    any, for each procurement costing US$ 30,000 and 5% for each procurement costing more
                    than US$ 30,000 to cover total costs, to contractor on account of such procurement and actual
                    cost of services against documents. In addition, customs duty paid if any, would be reimbursed at
                    actuals against documentary evidence.
           iii)     For all services rendered or materials supplied to Contractor by Operator at Contractor's request
                     which services or materials are the obligations of the Contractor, the Operator shall charge the
                    Contractor for actual costs as supported by vendor's invoice plus 7.5% fee on FOB value for
                    each procurement costing up to US dollars 30,000 and 5% for each procurement costing more
                    than US dollars 30,000, thereon to cover costs on account of such procurement and actual cost
                    for services.
                    In addition, customs duty and transportation costs paid and/or incurred would be reimbursed at
                    actuals against documentary evidence.
      (b) Any equipment, materials or supplies purchased by Contractor on account of Operator shall thereafter
          become the property of Operator upon payment by Operator.
5.2        OPERATOR'S INSTRUCTIONS
           Operator may from time to time through its authorized representative or representatives, issue written or oral (to be
           followed by writing) instructions to contractor concerning operations.
6.0        INSPECTION OF MATERIALS
6.1        INSPECTION BY CONTRACTOR
           Contractor agrees to perform a visual inspection, using its personnel, of all materials and appliances
           furnished by Operator when delivered into Contractor's possession and shall notify Operator's
           representative of any apparent defects observed therein so that Operator may replace such defective
           materials or appliances. If Contractor fails to notify Operator of any apparent defects as provided above,
           it shall be conclusively presumed that such materials and appliances are free from such apparent defect.
           Contractor shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of materials or appliances
           furnished by Operator containing latent defects. Upon the termination of this Agreement, Contractor
           shall return to Operator at the well site all machinery, equipment, tools, spare parts and supplies
           received by Contractor from Operator or purchased by Contractor for Operator's account and not used

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             or consumed in the operations, in as good condition as when received by Contractor, normal wear & tear
             excepted. If damage to any Operator's equipment is caused due to sole negligence of the Contractor,
             same will be repaired or replaced at Contractor's cost. Contractor shall, if requested by Operator also
             maintain or repair, at its cost, any of Operator's items, at the Drilling Unit which Contractor is qualified to
             and can maintain or repair with Contractor's normal complement of personnel and the equipment at the
             Drilling Unit provided however that Operator shall at its cost provide all spare parts and materials required
             to maintain or repair operator's items. However, it shall remain the Operator's basic responsibility and
             liability to ensure that such items are always in good workable condition.
6.2          INSPECTION BY OPERATOR
             Operator shall have the right to inspect and reject for any valid cause any items furnished by Contractor
              and Contractor, shall replace or repair at its sole expense such items so rejected with items free of
             defects, to the satisfaction of Operator.
7.0          PAYMENT
7.1          TIME OF PAYMENT
             Operator shall make payment under this Agreement within 21 (twenty one) calendar days from the date of
             receipt of a clear (undisputed) invoice from Contractor, subject always to Operator's right to require
              Contractor to furnish it with satisfactory evidence of the validity and prior payment by Contractor of all
             labour and materials incurred by Contractor and charged to Operator.
             Should Operator withhold any payment out of the invoice claim, it shall give reasons for withholding of
             such amount from the invoice.
             The amount not in dispute is to be paid within the above 21 (twenty one) calendar days period.
7.2          INVOICE PRESENTATION
             Invoice, accompanied by copies of the original vouchers, records, receipts or other supporting evidence for the work
             performed or the expenses incurred during each month, shall be presented to Operator's office at Concerned Assets
             / Basin on or before the tenth (10th) of each succeeding month or soon thereafter.
             The original invoice should also accompany the following documents / details. An indicative list of documents is given
             below: -
1)           Along with first invoice:
             Following documents / details should be invariably furnished along with the first invoice:
       a)    Copy of valid registration certificate under the Service Tax rules.
       b)    Particulars required for making payments through ‘Electronic Payment Mechanism’, in accordance with the clause on
             ‘MODE OF PAYMENT’ appearing in Annexure-I (i.e. ‘Instructions to bidders’) of bid document.
       c)    Mobile No. (Optional).
       d)    e-mail ID.
2)          Payment of Mobilization Charges:
      a)    Invoice (In accordance with the relevant Service Tax rules).
      b)    Insurance policies (As applicable).
      c)    Inspection report (Pre-mob, as applicable).
      d)    Notification Certificate of Acceptance of Mob.
      e)    Certificate of ‘Commencement of operation’ under this contract.
      f)    Details/statement showing cost of services, service tax etc. as per clause 15.5.1 below (along with details of
            disclosure as per clause 15.8.7).
3)          Periodical / Monthly payment:
      a.    Invoice (i.e. Tax invoice as per relevant Service Tax rules, in original and duplicate, clearly indicating Service Tax
            registration number, Service Classification, Rate and amount of Service Tax shown separately).
      b.    Insurance policies and proof of payment of premium (As applicable)
      c.    Details of statutory payments like EPF and ESI (As per clause 7.2.2 below), etc. (As applicable)
      d.    Undertaking by the contractor regarding compliance of all statutes
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    f.   Copy of Time sheet / Log Sheet /DPRs with summary showing non-operating period, operating period, Rig move
         period, idle period, breakdown of equipment, non deployment / short deployment etc (if any) and reasons thereof
    g.   Attendance Sheet (How many person on board) / Manpower deployment sheet [showing non deployment / short
         deployment etc (if any) and reasons thereof].
    h.   Statement of persons travelled on chargeable basis (Recoverable), if applicable.
    i.   Fuel charges (Daily consumption report of fuel) and statement of material/ consumption (incl. HSD, cement, mud
         chemicals, pot water, etc.) taken from ONGC on chargeable basis, if applicable.
    j.   Catering Bill (Log Sheet).
    k.   Any other document specifically mentioned in the Contract, or supporting documents in respect of other claims (if any),
         permissible under the Contract.
   l.    Details/statement showing cost of services, service tax etc. as per clause 15.5.1 below (along with details of disclosure
         as per clause 15.8.7).
    4)   Lost In Hole Payment:
    a.   Invoice.
    b.   Bill of Entry.
    c.   Dispatch convey note/ Manifest of ONGC.
    d.   Certificate of Conformity.
    e.   Report on Loss in hole.
    f.   Proof of payment (towards the purchase of equipments).
    g.   Certificate of 1st used.

    5)   Payment towards Indian Agent Commission (IAC):
    a.    Invoice of IAC (stamped pre-receipted bill)
    b.    Particulars required for making payments through ‘Electronic Payment Mechanism’, in accordance with the clause on
          ‘MODE OF PAYMENT’ appearing in Annexure-I (i.e. ‘Instructions to bidders’) of bid document.
   c.     Payment advice (if applicable) against which IAC is claimed.
   d.    e-mail ID.
7.2.1     Particulars required before releasing payments to foreign CONTRACTOR (non-resident as per Income Tax Act,
          1961):
          The particulars as per Cl. No. 12.1 of Annexure-I are invariably required before releasing payments to
          foreign CONTRACTOR, in accordance with the requirements for making remittances to non-residents as
          per Income Tax Act, 1961 (as amended from time to time).
          In addition to the said particulars submitted along with the bid, the CONTRACTOR should also provide any
          other information as may be required for determining the taxability of the amount to be remitted to the non-
          resident. Further, the CONTRACTOR shall be liable to intimate the subsequent changes (if any) to the
          information submitted against any of the said particulars, along with full details.
7.2.2     Details of statutory payments like EPF and ESI etc.
          Wherever applicable, the Contractor (including those engaging ‘International Workers’) shall have itself registered
          under Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952 and Employees’ State Insurance Act,
          1948 and follow the relevant statutory provisions including Rules made there-under concerning contractual workers.
          The contractor shall be required to submit the following documents/details to the Corporation:
          (i)       Dully filled in “Proforma-PFD”, as per Appendix-3 of this Annexure, alongwith the monthly bills and copies
                    of challan for payment of EPF and ESI etc.
          (ii)      Copy of ‘Form-12’ submitted by the Contractor to the PF Commissioner regarding “statement of
                    Contributions “ on monthly basis.(Blank Format enclosed at Appendix-4)

          (iii)     Copy of ‘Form-6A’ submitted by the Contractor to the PF Commissioner on an annual basis/ on expiry of
                    contract.(Blank Format enclosed at Appendix-5)
          Corporation shall maintain these records and verify the deposit of statutory contribution made by the contractors with
          the EPFO/ESI authorities, where deemed necessary. However, before making payment of the last bill/invoice of the
          Contractor, the appropriate authority (i.e. Payment Making Authority etc.) in the Corporation, shall verify from the
          EPF/ESI authorities the details/status of the payment made by the Contractor. In case the information furnished by
          the Contractor is found to be incorrect the Corporation shall take appropriate action against the Contractor.

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            Note: Conditions for applicability of above provisions

            Above clause w.r.f. submission of details on EPF and ESI payments shall not be applicable in following types of contracts:

            (a)       In those Contracts wherein the services/jobs has been performed exclusively in the premises of the contractor.
                      Certificate to the effect is to be submitted by the Contractor that services/jobs to be executed under the contract
                      have been performed exclusively in his premises.
                                                                   OR
            (b)       In those contracts also wherein contractor has employed only their full time regular employees for execution of
                      the contract. Certificate to the effect is to be submitted by the contractor that for execution of the contract, no
                      contractual labour has been employed and only full time regular employees of the contractor have been
                      employed.
                                                                   OR
            (c)       Fulfillment of conditions at (i) on EPF and (ii) on ESI mentioned below:

            (i)       Information sought in above clause pertaining to only EPF shall not be required to be submitted in those
                      contracts whrein the contractor has employed only those of his employees whose pay exceeds Rs. 6500/- per
                      month. Certificate to the effect is to be submitted by the contractor that for execution of the contract, the monthly
                      wages of all employees who have been employed, exceeds to Rs. 6500/- per month.

            (ii)      Information sought in above clause pertaining to only ESI shall not be required to be submitted in those contracts
                      wherein the contractor has employed only those of his employees whose pay exceeds Rs. 15000/- per month as
                      in terms of the current provisions of the ESI Act, 1948 an employee whose monthly pay exceeds Rs. 15000/- is
                      outside the purview of the ESI Act. Certificate to the effect is to be submitted by the contractor that for execution
                      of the contract, the monthly wages of all employees who have been employed, exceeds to Rs. 15000/- per
                      month. Further, ESI Act, 1948 is applicable only areas where it has been made applicable by Gazette Notification
                      in this regard. (In the areas of ONGC operation, the ESI Act is currently applicable in all areas except the NE
                      States. However, the Act is applicable in Guwahati. Applicability in new areas of operation is to be verified from
                      the office of the ESI Corporation concerned.) In case a contractor falling under the provisions of the Note
                      mentioned above does not submit the required details on EPF and ESI payments, then in that case, the
                      Contractor shall be required to indemnify ONGC for any liabilities arising out of declarations made by him in
                      future on violation or provisions of the EPF Act 1952 and ESI Act 1948.
7.3         PLACE OF PAYMENT
            Operator agrees to make all remittances under this Agreement into contractor's account at............ (Bidder /
            Contractor to provide all details as required under Cl. No. 12.0 of Annexure-I of Tender Document)
7.4         OPERATOR'S RIGHT TO QUESTION THE AMOUNTS CLAIMED
      (A)   Payment of any invoice shall not prejudice the right of the Operator to question the allowability under this
            Agreement of any amounts claimed therein, provided Operator, within one year beyond the expiry of each
            contract year, delivers to contractor, written notice identifying any item or items which it questions and specifying
             the reasons therefor. Should Operator so notify Contractor, such adjustment shall be made as the parties shall
            agree. These provisions shall be reciprocal for similar rights to the Contractor.
      (B)   The contractor shall provide on demand a complete and correct set of records pertaining to all costs for which it
            claims reimbursement from Operator and as to any payment provided for hereunder, which is to be made on the
            basis of Contractor's costs.
7.5         Payment of commission/fee/remuneration of Indian Agent/ Consultant / Representative / Retainer / Associate
            of foreign principal.
            The commission/ fee / remuneration of the Indian agent/ consultant / representative / retainer / associate
              will be paid within 30 days of the payment of first invoice made to the contractor provided
            installation/commissioning of equipment by such agent/ consultant/representative/ retainer / associate is
            not involved. In such cases, the amount of commission/fee/remuneration will be deducted by ONGC from
            payment of first invoice of the contractor and paid to the Indian agent /consultant/ representative/
            retainer/associate in non-convertible Indian rupees at the closing market rate of exchange declared by
            SBI on the day prior to price bid/revised price bid (if any) opening.
            Where, as a condition of contract, the equipment is to be installed/commissioned satisfactorily by Indian
            agent/ consultant/associate/representative/retainer/, the payment of commission / fee/remuneration shall
             be made within 30 days of satisfactory installation/commissioning and issue of a certificate to the effect

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           by the authorized officer of ONGC. The payment of Indian agent / consultant / representative/
          retainer/associate will be subject to the condition that he sends stamped pre-receipted bill for the
          commission/fee/remuneration.
          The closing market rate of exchange declared by SBI on the day prior to the price bid/revised price bid
           (if any) opening will be taken into consideration for working out the commission / fee / remuneration of
          Indian agent/ consultant / representative / retainer / associate.
8.0       CASING PROGRAMME
          The Casing programme to be followed in the drilling of wells under the Agreement shall be as specified by
          Operator.
9.0       PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK
9.1       INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR RELATIONSHIP
(a)       Contractor, directly and through its employees, shall perform all work connected with the Drilling operations herein
           contemplated. In the performance of this work contractor is an independent Contractor and is completely
          responsible to control and execute the details of the work, Operator being interested in proper execution and results
          obtained. The work contemplated herein shall meet the approval of Operator and be subject to the general rights
          of directions and inspection. Neither Contractor's employees nor employees of its sub-contractors, shall be
          considered employees of Operator.
b)        Contractor shall at all times, have full responsibility for control, direction and supervision of operations being
          carried out under this Agreement except when and to the extent that the Operator assumes control and
          supervision of operation.
c)        Contractor shall have complete responsibility regarding the safety of operations of all systems and all personnel on
          board the Drilling Unit. The extent of Contractor's responsibility shall include but not be limited to making final
          decision regarding Well Control Measures, Actions and Procedures affecting the containment of existing or
          potential escape of pressures which could lead to blowouts, cratering, or similar catastrophe subject to Clause
          9.6.
9.2       OPERATOR'S AND CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIVES
      (a) The actual performance and superintendence of all work hereunder shall be by Contractor.
      (b) Operator shall designate in writing representative or representatives who shall at all times have complete access
          to the Drilling Unit for the purpose of observing inspection or supervising the work performed by Contractor in order
          to judge whether in Operator's opinion, Contractor is complying with the provisions of this Agreement. Operator
          shall notify Contractor in writing of the name(s) and authority of its representative or representatives. Such
          representative or representatives shall be empowered to act for Operator in all matters relating to Contractor's
          performance of the work herein undertaken. Contractor agrees at all times to cooperate with and extend assistance
          to employees of Operator or employees of Operator's Contractors performing any function under this Agreement.
      (c) Contractor shall designate an Area Manager in-charge of Contractor's Drilling Unit. Contractor shall notify
          Operator in writing of the name(s) and authority of its representative or representatives. Such representative or
          representatives shall be fully capable and empowered to act for Contractor in all matters relating to Contractor's
          performance of the work in accordance with this Agreement.
9.3       SAFETY AND LABOUR LAWS
          All safety and labour laws enforced by statutory agencies and by Operator shall be applicable in                 the
          performance of this Agreement and Contractor shall abide by these laws.
9.4       DEVIATION OF THE HOLE
          Contractor shall take all steps and precautions in accordance with good oilfield practices in the area of operations
           to drill a hole which will not deviate from the limits specified by Operator. Contractor shall run angle measuring
          devices acceptable to and at such intervals as may be directed by Operator.
9.5       DRILL PIPE MEASUREMENT
          Contractor shall measure the total length of drill pipe in service with a steel tape before setting casing or liner,
          before logging, after reaching final depth, and whenever requested by Operator and promptly enter all such
          measurements in the daily drilling report.
9.6       PREVENTION OF FIRE AND BLOWOUT
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        otherwise directed by Operator. Contractor shall maintain Well Control Equipment in good condition at all times and
        shall take all reasonable and possible steps to control and prevent blowouts and fire and to protect the well.
(b)     Contractor shall test the Blowout Prevention devices by making a pressure test at the interval as per API norms.
         Contractor shall record the results of all such tests in Daily Drilling Report. Replacement of all blowout prevention
        rubber parts shall be on Contractor’s account.
(c)     Contractor shall use all reasonable means to keep the hole and all strings of casing filled with Drilling mud at all
        times.
(d)     Contractor shall use belly sub-protectors and, if directed by Operator, drill pipe casing protectors of an approved
        type.
9.7     DISCIPLINE
        Contractor shall carry out operations hereunder with due diligence and in a safe and workman like manner
        according to good international oilfield practice.
        Contractor and Operator shall maintain strict discipline and good order among their respective
        employees, and their respective sub-contractor's employees, if any, and shall abide by and conform to all
        rules and instructions promulgated by Operator and Contractor governing the Drilling Operations. Should
        Operator feel for just cause, that the conduct of any of Contractor's or its sub-contractor's personnel is
        detrimental to Operator's interests, Operator shall notify Contractor in writing for removal of such
        personnel Contractor shall remove immediately and replace such an employee/employees at
        Contractor's expense within seven (7) days. If no replacement has been provided within this time the
        Operator shall reduce the daily rate by the amount specified for this category in Annexure "_____" until
        such replacement has been provided. The person so removed shall not be employed again without the
         prior written consent of the Operator. Contractor shall not permit any of its employees, representatives,
         agents or sub-contractors to engage in any activity which might reasonably be considered to be
        contrary or detrimental to the interest of the operator.
9.8     SAFETY
        Contractor shall take all measures necessary or proper to protect the personnel, work and facilities and shall
        observe all reasonable safety rules and instructions. No smoking shall be permitted out side the living quarters, and
        welding jobs will be carried out with full safety precautions. operators employee also shall comply with safety
        procedures/ policy.
10.0    COMPLETION OR ABANDONMENT
        Contractor agrees to perform all work necessary to drill, complete or abandon each well in the manner
        specified by operator.
11.     SAMPLES, CORING AND CORES AND FORMATION TESTS
11.1    SAMPLES
        Contractor shall have and preserve for Operator, samples of formation penetrated and properly prepare and label
        Operator's containers. The frequency at which samples are to be obtained, shall be designated by Operator.
11.2    CORING AND CORES
        Contractor shall core at such depths as Operator shall specify and shall deliver all cores as recovered, in
        Operator's containers, properly labeled, to Operator and shall not allow any third party access to said cores or
        samples or any date without Operator's prior written consent.
11.3    FORMATION TESTS
        If during the course of Drilling any well, Contractor encounters evidence of Oil or Gas, Contractor shall
        immediately notify Operator and, should Operator decide to carry out a test to determine the productivity of the
        formation so encountered Contractor shall carry out such test under existing conditions, as mutually agreed. =
12.0    RECORDS TO BE FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR
12.1    WELL RECORDS
        Contractor shall keep an authentic log and history of each well on the daily drilling report prescribed by Operator
         and, upon completion or abandonment of the well, deliver to Operator the original history and log book, properly
        signed, and all other data and records of every nature relating to the drilling, casing and completion of the well. Such
        report shall include the depth drilled, formations encountered and penetrated, depth cored and footage of cores


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         recovered and any other pertinent information relating to the well.
12.2     WAREHOUSE RECORDS
         Contractor shall deliver to Operator delivery receipts and other warehouse records received by Contractor covering
         any material or supplies furnished by Operator. The quantity, description and apparent condition of materials and
         supplies so received shall be confirmed by Contractor.
13.0     PERMITS & LICENCES
13.1     INGRESS AND EGRESS AT LOCATIONS
         Operator hereby agrees that it shall provide Contractor with all necessary rights of ingress/egress to and
         possession of the location where the well is to be located including any drilling permits or licenses required for
          the performance by Contractor of all works contemplated by this Agreement. In the event of any restrictions,
         conditions, or limitations in Operator's permit, which would affect the free right of ingress, egress and possession
         to be exercised by Contractor hereunder, its employees or its sub-contractors, Operator agrees promptly to advise
         Contractor in writing with respect to such restrictions, conditions or limitations and Contractor agrees to observe the
          same. Should Contractor be denied the access to or possession of the location for any reason, any time lost and
         other expenses incurred by Contractor as a result of such denial shall be paid in accordance with Clause 3.
13.2     DRILLING UNIT LICENCES
         Contractor agrees that it shall secure permits and licenses for operation of the Drilling Unit, if required and
         Contractor shall pay any expenses in this regard.
14.0     INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENTS
14.1     INSURANCE
         Contractor shall procure at Contractor's expense and maintain with respect to and for the duration of this
         Agreement the insurance policies described below preferably by Indian insurance companies and with policy
         limits indicated below.
14.1.1 WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY INSURANCE
         Contractor shall ensure and provide all its personnel adequate insurance cover for compensation to be
         paid under Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923 and Employer’s Liability Act, 1938 and / or any other
         applicable law(s) in respect of accident or injury that may be caused to them in the course of their
         deployment in the area of operation under this Contract. Employer’s Liability Insurance including
         appropriate maritime coverage shall be provided to all the personnel of the Contractor to meet the
         requirement of this clause or the applicable statute, whichever is greater.
14.1.2. COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
         Comprehensive General Liability Insurance shall cover premises, operations, independent Contractors and blanket
          contractual liability including but not limited to the insurable liabilities assumed under the Indemnity Agreement in
          Clause 14.6.
         This coverage shall be endorsed to waive all rights of subrogation against Operator to the extent Contractor has
         given indemnities under the contract. This policy also shall cover contingent and contractual liability.
14.1.3    COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY.
          Comprehensive General Automobile Liability shall cover all owned, hired and non-owned vehicles.
         Bodily injury                :         According to local laws.
         Property damage :            According to local laws.
14.1.4 PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY LIABILITY
        Protection and indemnity liability insurance policy if available in India, shall cover each occurrence of bodily injury
         including death and property damage payable in India.
14.2     WAIVER OF SUBROGATION
         All insurance policies of the Contractor with respect to the operations conducted hereunder as set forth in Clause
         14 hereof, shall be endorsed by the underwriter in accordance with the following policy wording:-
         "The insurers hereby waive their rights of subrogation against any individual, Company, Affiliates or Assignees for
         whom or with whom the assured may be operating to the extent of the contractual indemnities undertaken by the
         Contractor."
         The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to Subcontractors of Operator. Operator is to obtain a reciprocal
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14.3    CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
        Before commencing performance of the Agreement, Contractor shall upon request, furnish Operator with certificates
        of insurance including (1) kinds and amounts of insurance as required herein, (2) Insurance Company or
        Companies carrying the aforesaid coverages, (3) effective and expiration dates of policies, (4) that Operator will be
        given thirty (30) days written advance notice for any material change in the policy, (5) waiver of subrogation
         endorsement has been attached to all policies, (6) the territorial limits of all policies. If any of the above policies
        expire or are cancelled during the term of this Agreement and Contractor fails for any reason to renew such
        policies, then Operator may replace same and charge the cost thereof to Contractor.
        Should there be a lapse in any insurance required to be carried by Contractor under sub-Clause (1)
        through (4) of Clause 14.1 of this Agreement, for any reason whatsoever, losses resulting therefrom
        shall be for the sole account of Contractor.

14.4    DEDUCTIBLE
        That portion of any loss not covered by insurance provided for in this Clause 14 solely by reason of a deductible
        provision in such insurance policies shall be for the account of Contractor.
14.5    SUBCONTRACTORS
        Contractor shall require all of its Sub-contractors    to provide such of the fore-going insurance coverages as
        Contractor may consider necessary.
14.6     INDEMNITY AGREEMENTS
(A)     Contractor agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold Operator its co-lessees, its agents if any, its
         other Contractors and/or their employees harmless from and against all claims, demands and causes of
         action, liabilities, expenses, costs, liens, rights in rem, and judgments of every kind and character,
        without limit, which may arise in favour of Contractor, Contractor's Employees, Agents, Sub-contractors of
        their employees; on account of bodily injury or death or damage to any person or its property as a result
        of the operations, contemplated hereby, regardless of whether said claims, demands, or cause of actions
        arise out of negligence or otherwise, in whole or in part, un-seaworthiness or other fault, including pre-
        existing conditions of operator, its Contractors other than Contractor, Sub-contractors, partners, Joint
        Venture, employees or Agents.
(B)     Operator, agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold Contractor and its co-lessees, its agents and its
        affiliates, its other contractors and/or their employees harmless from and against all claims, suits,
        demands and causes of action, liabilities, expenses, costs, liens, rights in rem and judgments of every
        kind and character, without limit, which may arise in favour of Operator, Operator's Employees, Agents,
        invitees, Contractors (other than Contractor), and Sub-contractors, or their employees, on account of
        bodily injury or death or damage to any person or its property as a result of the operations contemplated
        hereby, regardless of whether or not said claims, demands, or causes of action arise out of the
        negligence or otherwise in whole/in part, un-seaworthiness or other faults, including pre-existing
        conditions of Contractor, its Subcontractors, parties, Joint Ventures, Employees or Agents.
14.7    POLLUTION AND CONTAMINATION
        Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, it is understood and agreed by and between
        the Contractor and Operator that the responsibility for pollution or contamination shall be as follows:
(a)     The Contractor shall assume all responsibility for cleaning up and controlling pollution or contamination
         which originates above the surface of the water from spills or fuels, lubricants, motor oils, normal water
        base drilling fluid and attendant cuttings, pipe dope, paints solvents, ballast, bilge and garbage wholly in
         Contractor's possession and control and directly associated with Contractor's equipment and facilities,
         provided, however, Contractor's liability shall be limited to Rupees fifty lakhs (Rs. 50 lakhs) where
        after the Operator shall indemnify and hold harmless Contractor for amounts in excess.
(b)     Except as otherwise provided in Clause 14.7(a), Operator shall assume all responsibility for (including
        control and removal of the pollutant involved) and shall protect, defend and save the Contractor harmless
         from and against all claims, demands, and causes of action of every kind and character arising from all
        pollution or contamination, other than that described in sub-clause (a) above, which may occur from
         any cause including negligence of Contractor but not limited to, that which may result from fire, blowout,
        cratering, seepage of any other uncontrolled flow of oils, gas, water or other substances, as well as the

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         use or disposition of oil emulsion, oil base or chemically treated drilling fluids, contaminated cuttings or
         caving, lost circulation and fish recovery materials and fluids provided however, Contractor's sole
         liability under this sub-clause is to reimburse Operator Rupees fifty lakhs (Rs.50,00,000) of cost
         paid/incurred by Operator in control of the pollutant, clean up costs, or damage to a third party, provided
         said pollution results from contractor's sole negligence.
         In the event a third party commits an act or omission which results in pollution or contamination for
          which either the Contractor or Operator, for whom such party is performing work, is held to be legally
          liable the responsibility therefor shall be considered as between the Contractor and Operator, to be the
         same as if the party for whom the work was performed and all of the obligations respecting defense
         indemnity, holding harmless and limitation of responsibility and liability as set forth in (a) and (b) above,
         shall be specifically applied.
14.8     Unless otherwise stated, all the indemnities and allocation of risk provisions contained in this Agreement
         shall apply without regard to fault or negligence.
         For the purpose of this Agreement, "negligence" mean the reckless, willful or wanton disregard to the
         probable consequences of an act.
         In the interpretation of this Agreement, indemnities provided herein shall take -precedence over the
          remaining provisions hereof.
15.0     CLAIMS, TAXES, FEES AND ACCOUNTING
15.1     CLAIMS
         Contractor agrees to pay all claims, taxes, and fees for equipment, labour, materials, services and supplies to be
         furnished by it hereunder and agrees to allow no lien or charge resulting from such claims to be fixed upon any well
         or other property of Operator , Operator may, if required by any competent authority after notifying Contractor pay
         and discharge any lawful lien or valid overdue charges for Contractor's equipment, labour, materials, services
         and supplies under this Agreement and may thereupon deduct the amount or amounts so paid by Operator from
         any sums due, or thereafter becoming due, to Contractor hereunder.
15.2     NOTICE OF CLAIMS
         Contractor or Operator, as the case may be, shall promptly give the other, notice in writing of any claims
          made or proceedings commenced for which that party is entitled to indemnification under this Agreement. Each
         party shall confer with the other concerning the defense of any such claim of proceedings and shall permit the other
         to be represented by Counsel defense thereof, and shall not effect settlement of or compromise any such claim or
         proceedings without the other's written consent.

15.3     WITHHOLDING, ACCOUNTING AND TAX REQUIREMENTS
         (Applicable both for Indian and foreign bidders)
         Contractor agrees for withholding from wages and salaries of its agents, servants, or employees all sums
         required to be withheld by the laws of the Republic of India or any other agency having jurisdiction over the area
         where Contractor is conducting operations, and to pay the same promptly when due to the proper authority.
         (Applicable for foreign parties)
         Contractor further agrees to comply with all accounting and reporting requirements of any nation having jurisdiction
         over the subject matter hereof and to conform to such laws and regulations and to pay the cost of such compliance.
         If requested by Operator, Contractor will furnish to operator evidence of payment or applicable taxes in the host
         country, on contractors expatriate employees.
15.4     CORPORATE TAXES:
15.4.1   The CONTRACTOR shall bear all direct taxes, levied or imposed on the CONTRACTOR under the laws of
         India, as in force from time to time.
         The CONTRACTOR shall also be responsible for ensuring compliance with all provisions of the direct tax
         laws of India including, but not limited to, the filing of appropriate Returns and shall promptly provide all
         information required by the CORPORATION for discharging any of its responsibilities under such laws in
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15.4.2 Tax shall be deducted at source by ONGC from all sums due to an Indian tax resident Contractor in
       accordance with the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961, as in force at the relevant point of time.
15.4.3 A non-resident Contractor i.e., a Contractor who is not an Indian tax resident according to the Indian
       Income Tax Act, 1961, has the option to obtain on its own either (A) an Order u/s. 195(3) of the Income
       Tax Act, 1961, or (B) an order u/s. 197 of the Income Tax Act, 1961, and furnish the said Order u/s. 195(3)
       or the Order u/s.197, as the case may be, to ONGC along with each of its Invoices. In case the non
       resident Contractor wishes to exercise this option, it should convey the same in writing to ONGC at the
       time of signing the Contract and an option so exercised shall be final and cannot be changed during the
       currency of this Contract. In case an option is so exercised, ONGC shall deduct tax at source in
       accordance with the directions contained in the Order u/s. 195(3) or the Order u/s. 197, as the case may
       be, as in force at the point in time when tax is required to be deducted at source.
15.4.4 In case the non resident Contractor does not exercise the option in clause 15.4.3 above, an Order u/s.
       195(2) of the Income Tax Act,1961, for the purpose of deduction of tax at source will be obtained by
       ONGC from the Deputy Director of Income Tax (International Taxation), Aaykar Bhawan, Subhash Road,
       Dehradun – 248001, India, and tax shall be deducted at source by ONGC as directed in the said Order
       u/s. 195(2).
15.4.5 In case the non resident Contractor does not exercise the option in clause 15.4.3 above, it shall furnish a
       Tax Residency Certificate (Certificate from the income tax authorities of the country of which it is a tax
       resident, to the effect that, the Contractor is liable to tax in that country by reason of it being a tax resident
       under the relevant tax laws of that country) within 30 days from entering into the Contract and, in any
       event, at least 30 days before the first Invoice is furnished to ONGC.
15.4.6 As per the provisions of Section 206AA of Indian Income Tax Act, 1961, effective from 01.04.2010, any
       person entitled to receive any sum or income or amount, on which tax is deductible under the provisions of
       Act, is required to furnish his Permanent Account Number (PAN) to the person responsible for deducting
       tax at source. In case the Contractor does not furnish its PAN, CORPORATION shall deduct tax at source
       as provided in the Income Tax Act, 1961, or in the relevant Finance Act, or as directed in the orders u/s
       195(3) or 197 or 195(2), as the case may be, or at such higher rate as may be required by Section 206AA
       of Indian Income Tax Act, 1961, from time to time.
15.4.7 The employees of such foreign companies/concerns/Joint Ventures, their SUB-CONTRACTOR and
       assignees are also required to comply with various Direct tax laws of India, as applicable.
15.4.8 For the lapses, if any, on the part of the CONTRACTOR and consequential penal action taken by the
       Income Tax department, the CORPORATION shall not take any responsibility whether financial or
       otherwise.
          Notes in respect of Tax Residency Certificate:
       (i) The Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) should be in original or a photocopy duly attested either from a
          notary public in India or from the Indian Embassy/High Commission/ Consulate in the country whose
          authorities have issued such TRC.
       (ii) During the currency of the Contract / Purchase Order, for the income accrued in different financial years,
          the Contractor/Supplier should submit separate TRCs for each financial year, based on the period for
          which the foreign income tax authorities issue the TRC as per the financial year followed in the respective
          country (viz.- the calendar year or the financial year commencing from 1st April to 31st March of
          succeeding year).
15.5      PAYMENT OF EXCISE DUTY, VAT / SALES TAX, WORKS CONTRACT TAX AND SERVICE TAX
          Contractor, unless specified otherwise in the CONTRACT, shall bear all tax liabilities, duties, Govt. levies
          etc. including Service tax, customs duty, Corporate and personnel taxes levied or imposed on the
          Contractor on account of payments received by it from the Operator for the work done under this
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          the returns and all other concerned documents required for this purpose and to comply in all respects with
          the requirements of the laws in this regard, in time.
          Contractor shall provide all the necessary certificates / documents for enabling the Operator to avail Input
          VAT credit and CENVAT credit benefits, in respect of the payments of VAT, Excise Duty, Service Tax etc.
          which are payable against the CONTRACT. The Contractor should provide tax invoice issued under rule-
          4A of Service Tax Rules for the Services (indicating service tax education cess and Secondary & Higher
          Education Cess) and tax invoice issued under Central Excise rule-11 for Excise Duty (indicating excise
          duty, education cess and Secondary & Higher Education Cess) and tax invoice under respective State
          VAT Act for VAT separately for the indigenous goods. Payment towards the components of Excise Duty,
          VAT, CVD, SAD, Service Tax etc shall be released by the Operator only against appropriate documents ie
          tax invoice/Bill of entry for availing CENVAT / VAT credit (as applicable).
          The tax invoices as per above provisions should invariably contain the following particulars:
  (i)     Name, Address and the Registration Number (under the relevant Tax Rules) of the Service Provider
          (Contractor);
  (ii)    Name and Address of the Service Receiver (Address of the Operator);
  (iii)   Description, Classification and Value of taxable service / goods and the amount of applicable tax (i.e.
          Service tax / Excise Duty / VAT – separately indicating education cess and Secondary & Higher Education
          Cess, wherever applicable).
          In case of imported goods, contractor/supplier is required to provide original bill of entry or copy of Bill of
          Entry duly attested by Custom authority which is required for availing CENVAT Credit.
15.5.1 While submitting the invoice for payment, CONTRACTOR should submit the following details / statement
       as an attachment to the invoice:
             a.      Cost of Service                                                    Rs.__________
             b.      Service Tax/Excise Duty (Central Levy)/VAT (State Levy), as        Rs. __________
                     applicable
             c.      Total amount including Service Tax/Excise Duty/VAT        ( i.e.   Rs.__________
                     a+b)
             d.      Less: CENVAT Credit / VAT Credit, legally becomes available due    Rs. __________
                     to Change in Law (along with details of disclosure as per clause
                     15.8.7 below)
             e.      Net payable by the Operator                                        Rs. __________

15.6 CUSTOMS DUTY: -
15.6.1 Applicable for Charter hire services using CONTRACTOR’s capital equipment like rigs/equipment/tools
        etc. and for PEL/ML areas issued or renewed after 1.4.1999 and NELP areas, where Customs duty is not
        payable as per the policy of Govt. of India in vogue:
          For import of rigs/equipments/tool in these areas, Corporation will provide Recommendatory Letter (RL) to
          the contractor so that they obtain Essentiality Certificate (EC) from DGH for availing concessional rate of
          Customs duty for import of rigs/equipments/tools for deployment in PEL/ML/NELP areas where Customs
          duty is not applicable. For spares, consumables and accessories required during the execution of the
          contract for operation and maintenance of equipment/rigs and equipments, Corporation shall also issue
          Recommendatory Letter to the contractor for obtaining EC for availing concessional rate of Customs duty.
          Accordingly, the Customs duty for neither rigs/equipments/tools nor for spares, consumables and
          accessories required for operation and maintenance of equipment/rigs and equipments is to built in the
          quoted price. As no Customs duty is payable, no duty draw back would be available in this category. As
          regards, re-export of rigs/equipments/tools (owned or on lease basis) brought by the contractor (whether
          Indian or foreign) for deployment in PEL/ML/NELP area is concerned, as the rigs/equipments/tools would
          be imported by the contractor without payment of CUSTOMS DUTY after expiry of the contract with
          ONGC, the contractor would have to either re-export the rigs/equipments/tools or deploy the
          rigs/equipments/tools in areas where Customs Duty is not applicable (PEL/ML/NELP areas) after getting a
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        fresh EC from DGH. In case the contractor deploys the rigs/equipments/tools in an area where the
        Customs duty is applicable, then the contractor has to get his rigs/equipments/tools cleared from Customs
        Authorities after payment of Customs duty. The contractor shall also have to indemnify the Corporation
        against any claim that may arise due to violation of the Customs Act or the Foreign Trade Policy by them.
        In case any rigs/equipments/tools are required to be replaced by the contractor during the execution of the
        contract, the Corporation shall issue a fresh RL so that contractor can obtain a fresh EC from the DGH and
        bring the rigs/equipments/tools without payment of Customs Duty.
        All imports under the contract shall be done with Corporation’s prior approval only. The Contractor shall
        be responsible to carry out all the formalities. In case of any mis-declarations or offences committed under
        the Customs rules and regulations and also allied rules, fine, penalty or any other charges levied by the
        concerned authorities on Corporation shall be borne by the Contractor including the element of interest on
        Corporation’s funds blocked under such circumstances. Corporation shall be indemnified by the
        Contractor against all actions by Govt. or any other agency for acts of commission and omission.
        Contractor shall be responsible to import the rigs/equipments/tools for execution of the contract. The
        contractor shall undertake to complete all the formalities as required under the Customs Act / Foreign
        Trade Policy (FTP) and indemnify ONGC from all the liabilities of Customs in this regard.
        The rigs/equipments/tools imported by the Contractor for deployment in PEL/ML/NELP shall not be used /
        deployed by the Contractor for any purpose other than the jobs arising out of the contract awarded by
        Corporation and in the event of the rigs/equipments/tools being misused or put to use other than specified
        use, the Contractor shall be liable to pay fine, penalty and other actions taken by the Customs department
        and other authorities for violation of the customs rules and regulations and other allied roles. Contractor
        should also compensate Corporation for the duty element in such cases.
15.6.2 CUSTOMS DUTY ON DRILLING EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES:
       The drilling unit with services will be deployed in eligible PEL/ML areas (issued or renewed after
       01/04/1999) and ONGC will issue recommendatory letter for obtaining Essentiality Certificate from the DGH
       for import of Drilling Unit and other items on zero customs duty for deployment in PEL/ML areas. It is the
       responsibility of Contractor to obtain EC from the concerned authorities and all necessary clearances from
       the Customs Dep’t before deployment of the Drilling Unit and Contractor indemnifies Operator from all
       liabilities of Customs Duty.
       Contractor has indicated CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments as under:-
          Sl.   Description of Rig / Equipment / Item        Qty.   CIF Value per Unit Qty.       Total CIF Value
          1
          2
          3
          &
          so
          on
        Increase in CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments will not be considered.
        ONGC shall issue Recommendatory Letter against request of Contractor for availing Customs duty
        exemption for the Drilling Unit, and spares & consumables for the Drilling Rig & its allied equipments.
        Bidders offering customs cleared Rig shall submit clear documentary evidence of its Customs clearance
        along-with un-priced bid, and shall indemnify ONGC from any incidence of Customs Duty leivable in future.
        Contractor shall furnish an undertaking on a non-judicial stamp paper similar to that being furnished by
        Operator to Customs of suitable amount before issue of recommendatory letter to avoid any misuse of the
        spares and consumables imported by the contractor against EC and to take care of Operator’s interest in
        case the Customs deptt take any punitive action against Operator for any violation or default by Contractor
        and Operator becoming party to such irregularity and becoming liable to pay Customs duty , fine and


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          penalty in future. Contractor shall also furnish a certificate to the Operator regarding consumption of such
          items in those areas for which EC has been obtained as and when such items are consumed.
          Contractor shall submit an Indemnity/undertaking to ONGC as per Appendix – II of Annexure II of tender document.
15.7      TAXES, DUTIES AND LEVIES
          Except under the provisions in the Clause 15.5 and 15.6 above, the Operator shall not be liable to pay or
           reimburse any taxes, duties and levies including but not limited to the taxes, duties and levies imposed on the
          income of the Contractor, its employees or any taxes, levies etc. on any purchases made by the Contractor/its
          employees or sub-contractor.
15.8     CHANGE IN LAW:
15.8.1    In the event of introduction of any new legislation or any change or amendment or enforcement of any Act
          or Law, rules or regulations of Government of India or State Government(s) or Public Body which becomes
          effective after the date of submission of Price Bid or revised price bid, if any, for this CONTRACT and
          which results in increased cost of the works under the CONTRACT through increased liability of taxes,
          (other than personnel and Corporate taxes), duties, the CONTRACTOR shall be indemnified for any such
          increased cost by the CORPORATION subject to the production of documentary proof to the satisfaction
          of the CORPORATION to the extent which directly is attributable to such introduction of new legislation or
          change or amendment as mentioned above and adjudication by the competent authority & the courts
          wherever levy of such taxes / duties are disputed by CORPORATION.
15.8.2 Similarly, in the event of introduction of new legislation or any change or amendment or enforcement of
       any Act or Law, rules or regulations of Government of India or State Government(s) or Public Body which
       becomes effective after the date of submission of Price Bid or revised price bid, if any, for this CONTRACT
       and which results in any decrease in the cost of the works through reduced liability of taxes, (other than
       personnel and Corporate taxes) duties, the CONTRACTOR shall pass on the benefits of such reduced
       cost, taxes or duties to the CORPORATION, to the extent which is directly attributable to such introduction
       of new legislation or change or amendment as mentioned above.
15.8.3 All duties, taxes (except where otherwise expressly provided in the Contract) as may be levied / imposed
       in consequences of execution of the Works/Services or in relation thereto or in connection therewith as per
       the Acts, Laws, Rules, Regulations in force on the date of submission of Price Bid or revised price bid, if
       any, for the this CONTRACT shall be to CONTRACTOR’s account. Any increase / decrease in the net
       amount of such duties, taxes (i.e. the amount of taxes / duties payable minus eligible credit of taxes /
       duties paid on input services / input) after the date of submission of price bid or revised price bid, if any,
       but within the contractual completion / mobilization date as stipulated in the CONTRACT will be to the
       account of the Operator.
15.8.4 Any increase in net amount of the duties and taxes (i.e. the amount of taxes/duties payable minus eligible
       credit of taxes / duties paid on input services / inputs) after the contractual completion / mobilization date
       during the extended period will be to the contractor’s account, where delay in completion /mobilization
       period is attributable to the CONTRACTOR. However, any decrease in net amount of the duties and taxes
       (i.e. the amount of taxes/duties payable minus eligible credit of taxes / duties paid on input services /
       inputs) after the contractual completion / mobilization date will be to the Operator’s account.
15.8.5 The Contract Price and other prices given in the Schedule of Prices are based on the applicable tariff as
       indicated by the CONTRACTOR in the Schedule of Prices. In case this information subsequently proves
       to be wrong, incorrect or misleading, CORPORATION will have no liability to reimburse/pay to the
       CONTRACTOR the excess duties, taxes, fees, if any finally levied / imposed by the concerned authorities.
       However, in such an event, CORPORATION will have the right to recover the difference in case the
       rate of duty/tax finally assessed is on the lower side.
15.8.6 Notwithstanding the provision contained in clause 15.8.1 to 15.8.4 above, the CORPORATION shall not
       bear any liability in respect of :
           (i)     Personal taxes on the personnel deployed by CONTRACTOR, his sub-contractor / sub-sub
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          (ii)     Corporate taxes and Fringe benefit tax in respect of contractor and all of their sub-contractors,
                   agents etc.
          (iii)    Other taxes & duties including Customs Duty, Excise Duty and Service Tax in addition to new
                   taxes etc. in respect of sub-contractors, vendors, agents etc of the CONTRACTOR.
15.8.7 In order to ascertain the net impact of the revisions / enactment of various provisions of taxes / duties, the
       CONTRACTOR is liable to provide following disclosure to the Operator:
       (i) Details of each of the input services used in relation to providing service to the Operator including
           estimated monthly value of input service and service tax amount.
         (ii) Details of Inputs (material/consumable) used/required for providing service to the Operator including
              estimated monthly value of input and excise duty/CVD paid/payable on purchase of inputs.
15.9     Applicability of Service Tax on various contractual payments / charges/ rates: -
(a)      Operating / Non-operating Day Rates, Break Down Day Rates
         Operating/Non-operating Day Rates for days of operating/non-operating and Break Down Day Rates in Onshore
         areas is liable to Service Tax.
(b)      Moving Days / Inter Location Movement (ILM)
         When the drilling unit / equipment is moving from one location to another for the purpose of undertaking work at next
         location, the amount paid by ONGC for moving days is liable to Service Tax, if the next location is in Onshore areas.
(c)      Mobilization Fee
         Since the first location identified by ONGC after award of contract is in Onshore areas the amount (if any) paid for
         mobilization of drilling unit/equipment (Mobilization fee) is liable to Service Tax.
(d)      De-mobilization Fee
         Since last location at the time of conclusion of the contract is in Onshore areas the amount (if any) paid for de-
         mobilization of drilling unit/equipment (De-mobilization fee) will be liable to Service Tax.

(e)      Other Services
         Such as Mud Services & Cementing Services.
(f)      Any other Services indicated by the bidder in their price bid on which Service Tax will be applicable.
16.0     RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT OR THE HOLE.
16.1     Loss Of Contractor's Drilling Unit Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, any
         damage to or loss, of the Drilling Unit (which, for the purpose of this Clause 16.1 shall be deemed to
         include all Contractor's and its sub-contractors equipment) and regardless of the cause or reason for
         said, loss, shall be the loss of the Contractor its Underwriters or insurers and Contractor indemnifies
         Operator, its Co-licensees and its and their affiliate Companies, Agents, Employees, Invitees, Servants,
         their Underwriters or Insurers (other than Contractor's) and their employees against any claim
         whatsoever or responsibility for any damage to or loss of the Drilling Unit or any other equipment or
         property of Contractor or Contractor's sub-contractors furnished or intended for use in the operations
         herein undertaken.
16.1.1 If the Drilling Unit or any part thereof is lost or damaged beyond repair or becomes an actual or
       constructive compromised, arranged loss or the operations of the Operator or is otherwise
        abandoned, the Contractor shall, if required by Operator or by the laws regulation or order of
       Governmental Authorities or agency remove the Drilling Unit from Onshore area to the satisfaction of
        the Operator. If the Contractor unreasonably delays in removing the Drilling Unit or any part thereof,
        the Operator may remove it and the Contractor shall indemnify and reimburse Operator for all cost and
       expenses incurred by the Operator in connection therewith. Any expense incurred by the Operator in
       connection with or for locating the area/price of such loss / damage and/or to ascertain whether such loss /
       damage has resulted in any pollution or not, shall also be reimbursed by the Contractor to Operator.
16.2     LOSS OR DAMAGE TO CONTRACTOR'S DOWN HOLE EQUIPMENT
         Operator shall reimburse Contractor for loss of or damage to Contractor's downhole equipment, as
         under, provided that such loss or damage is not occasioned by normal wear and tear or negligence on

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        the part of the Contractor.
(a)     In the case of Contractor's down-hole equipment being damaged, Operator will reimburse Contractor
        such repair cost, provided however, that Operator shall not be required to reimburse Contractor any
        amount greater than that which would have been due had such equipment been lost and, therefore,
        calculated under sub-section (b) herein below.
(b)     In the case of Contractor's down hole equipment being lost, Operator will reimburse Contractor 75% of
         the replacement cost, F.O.B. nearest port of the vendor.
16.3    OPERATOR’S EQUIPMENT
        Operator shall assume the risk of and shall be solely responsible for, damage to and loss or destruction
        of material, and equipment or supplies furnished by Operator.
16.4    LIABILITY FOR THE WELL
        Operator shall be liable for the cost of regaining control of any wild well as well as the cost of removal
         of debris, and shall indemnify Contractor, for any such cost, regardless of the cause thereof, including
        but not limited to the negligence of Contractor, its Agents, Employees or sub-contractors Operator shall
         be responsible for and shall indemnify and hold harmless Contractor from any claims in respect of loss
        or damage to the hole or well. In the event the hole is lost or damaged because of the negligence of
        Contractor, Contractor's sole responsibility thereafter shall be the obligation to repair such damage
        within the limits of Contractor's normal complement of equipment and personnel or re-drill the hole in the
        same well or an alternate well to the depth at which, such hole was lost at a rate equal to fifty (50) percent
        of the Operating Rate and fifty (50) percent of Service day Rates only by deploying the drilling unit and
        personnel provided however, that in the case of any relief well, Operator shall be solely responsible for
        all other costs or damage with respect to such loss or damage, regardless of the cause of such loss or
        damage.
17.0    BLOWOUT OR CRATER
17.1    COST OF CONTROL OF BLOWOUT

        In the event any Well being drilled hereunder shall blowout or crater due to any causes, Contractor
        shall bear the entire cost and expense of killing the Well or otherwise bringing the Well under control
        upto Rs. 50 Lakhs for each incident, and in this regard Operator shall indemnify and hold Contractor
        harmless for costs in excess of Rs. 50 Lakhs for each incident. This applies only to the cost of bringing
        the Well under control and is not to be interpreted as an assumption by Operator of any liability for
        injuries to Contractor's Personnel and or damage to the Drill Unit, caused by such blow out, to the
        Contractor, except as otherwise provided under the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
17.2    USE OF CONTRACTOR'S EQUIPMENT.
        Subject to clause 9.1, Operator shall have the right to use the Drilling Unit and all of Contractor's
        equipment and personnel provided under this Agreement during such times as Operator or both Operator
        and Contractor are engaged in bringing a well under control.
18.0    UNDERGROUND DAMAGE
18.1    Operator agrees to indemnify and hold Contractor harmless from any and all claims against Contractor
        based on any incidents arising out of or occurring during the term of this Agreement on account of injury
        to, destruction of or loss or impairment of any property rights in or to oil, gas or other mineral substance
        or water if at the time of the act or omission causing such injury, destruction, loss or impairment such
        substances had not been reduced to physical possession above the surface of the earth, and including
        any loss or damage to any formation strata or reservoir beneath the surface of the earth.
19.0    WAIVERS AND AMENDMENTS
19.1    WAIVERS
        No term or condition shall be deemed waived / amended unless such waiver / amendment is mutually
        agreed to by both the parties and is executed in writing by the duly authorized agents or representatives
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19.2    AMENDMENTS OF DRILLING AND COMPLETION PROGRAMME
        It is agreed that Contractor shall carry out Drilling, coring, testing, completions, abandonment and any
         and all other operations, in accordance with the well drilling and completion programme to be
         furnished by Operator, which may be amended from time to time by reasonable modifications as
        Operator deems fit, subject, however, within the capability of drilling unit, in accordance with good
        oilfield practices.
20.0    LOSS OF DRILLING UNIT
        If the Drilling Unit is declared to be a total loss and/or construed to be total loss, as determined by the
        applicable insurance coverage, this Contract shall terminate in respect of that drilling unit(s) as of the
        occurrence of the event causing such loss and each party shall thereupon be released of all
        further obligations hereunder in respect of that drilling unit(s), except for its payment of monies then due
        or liabilities to be discharged in respect of work already done under this Contract in respect of that drilling
        unit(s).
21.0    FORCE MAJEURE
21.1    CONDITIONS FOR FORCE MAJEURE
        In the event of either party being rendered unable by Force Majeure to perform any obligation required to
         be performed by them under the Agreement, the relative obligation of the party affected by such Force
         Majeure shall, upon notification to the other party, be suspended for the period during which such cause
        lasts.
        The term "Force Majeure" as employed herein shall mean Tempest, War, civil riot, fire (applicable in
         case of charter hire of rig for off-shore operations)/earthquake, war, civil riot, fire, flood (applicable in
        case of charter hire of rig for onshore operations) and Acts, Rules and Regulations of Govt. of India.
        Upon the occurrence of such cause and upon its termination the party alleging that it has been rendered
        unable as aforesaid thereby, shall notify the other party in writing within seventy two hours of the alleged
         beginning and ending thereof, giving full particulars and satisfactory evidence in support of its claim.
        Time for performance of the relative obligation suspended by the Force Majeure, shall then stand
        extended by the period for which such cause lasts.
        Such Force Majeure situations shall be paid at 2/3rd of non-Operating rate for a period of first fifteen
        days, and if such Force Majeure lasts for a further period, then for a further period of 15 days Contractor
         shall be paid at 1/3 of the Non-Operating rate in excess of first 15 days after which zero rate shall be
        payable to the Contractor and either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving 15
         days notice unless otherwise mutually agreed.
21.2    WEATHER AND WAITING ON DAY LIGHT.
        The parties hereto agree that waiting on weather/ waiting on day light shall not be considered as Force
        Majeure. Weather in this case means temporary conditions of wind, waves or tides, which make it unsafe
        or hazardous to conduct operations hereunder. The non-operating rate shall be applicable during these
        conditions.
22.0    TERMINATION
22.1    TERMINATION ON EXPIRY OF THE TERM
        This Agreement shall be deemed to have been automatically terminated on the expiry of the Primary Term
        unless the Operator has exercised its option to extend this Agreement in accordance with the
        provision of this agreement.
22.2    TERMINATION ON ACCOUNT OF FORCE MAJEURE
        Either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement on account of Force Majeure, as set forth
        in Clause 21 herein above.
22.3    TERMINATION DUE TO LOSS OF DRILLING UNIT
        Should the Drilling Unit be lost or be missing and presumed lost or if the Drilling Unit should become
        a total loss, (constructive arranged or compromised), this Agreement will be deemed to have been

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        terminated without notice, in terms of Clause 20.0. No payment whatsoever other than amount
        previously earned shall be due from the Operator to the Contractor as from that date.
22.4    TERMINATION ON ACCOUNT OF INSOLVENCY
        In the event the Contractor or its collaborator at any time during the term of this Agreement becomes
        insolvent or makes a voluntary assignment of its assets for the benefit of creditors or is adjudged
        bankrupt, then the Operator shall, by a notice in Writing have the right to terminate this Agreement and
        all the Contractor's rights and privileges hereunder, shall stand terminated forthwith.
22.5    TERMINATION FOR UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE
        If the Operator considers that the performance of the Contractor is unsatisfactory or, not up to the
         expected standard, the Operator shall notify the Contractor in writing and specify in detail the cause of
        such dissatisfaction. The Operator shall have the option to terminate this Agreement by giving 30
        days notice in writing to the Contractor, if, Contractor fails to comply with the requisitions contained in
         the said written notice issued by the Operator, in accordance with Clauses 3.6 and 3.10.
22.6    DUE TO CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENT
        In case the Contractor's rights and/or obligations under this Agreement and/or the Contractor's rights, title
        and interest to the Drilling Unit are transferred or as signed without the Operator's consent, the
         Operator may, at its absolute discretion, terminate this Agreement, as provided in Clause 25.1
        "Assignment and change of ownership" hereunder.
22.7    TERMINATION FOR DELAY IN MOBILISATION
        If the CONTRACTOR (successful bidder) fails to mobilize and deploy the Drilling Unit within the stipulated
        time, Operator shall have, without prejudice to any other clause of the CONTRACT, the right to terminate
        the contract.
22.8    TERMINATION WITH NOTICE:
        Notwithstanding the provisions of clause of the contract with respect to the depth to be drilled, ONGC shall
        have the right / option to direct the stoppage of the work to be performed by the contractor, even though
        the contractor has made no fault hereunder. In such event the parties to the contract will be discharged
        and excused from performing their obligations any further, provided a written termination notice of 90 days
        is given by ONGC to the contractor. The contract shall be deemed to be terminated on completion of said
        notice period. In the event of such termination, the parties will remain liable to each other till the expiry of
        the notice period only and no damage/compensation will arise thereafter.
22.9    CONSEQUENCES OF TERMINATION
22.9.1 In all cases of termination herein set forth, the obligation of the Operator to pay the day rate and/or any
       other charges, shall be limited to the period up to the date of termination. In case of “Termination with
       Notice”, the Non-operating Day Rate will be applicable during the notice period i.e. till the contract is
       terminated under the provision. Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement, the parties shall
       continue to be bound by the provisions of this Agreement that reasonably require some action or
       forbearance after such termination.
       In case of termination of Contract herein set forth, except under 22.1 and 22.2, 22.3, 22.8 and / or
       annulment of the contract due to non-submission of Performance Security (as per Cl. No. 36.2 of
       Annexure-I), following actions shall be taken against the Contractor:
        i. Operator shall conduct an inquiry against the Contractor and consequent to the conclusion of the
           inquiry, if it is found that the fault is on the part of the Contractor, then they shall be put on holiday [i.e.
           neither any tender enquiry will be issued to such a Contractor by Operator against any type of tender
           nor their offer will be considered by Operator against any ongoing tender(s) where contract between
           Operator and that particular Contractor (as a bidder) has not been concluded] for a period of two years
           from the date the order for putting the Contractor on holiday is issued. However, the action taken by
           Operator for putting that Contractor on holiday shall not have any effect on other ongoing contract(s), if
           any with that Contractor which shall continue till expiry of their term(s).



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       ii. Pending completion of the enquiry process for putting the Contractor on holiday, Operator shall neither
           issue any tender enquiry to the defaulting Contractor nor shall consider their offer in any ongoing
           tender
22.9.2 Upon termination of this Agreement, Contractor shall return to Operator all of Operator's equipment
       which are at that time in Contractor's possession except in case of loss of Drilling Unit as specified in
       Clause 22.3.
22.10   FOREIGN COLLABORATION:
        It is a condition of this Agreement that the Contractor shall have and continue to have technical
        collaboration with __________at Annexure __________ during the period of this Agreement both Primary
        Term and extensions if any. The obligations of the foreign collaboration on behalf of the Contractor for
        purpose of this Agreement shall be as specified in Annexure......of this Agreement. The foreign
        collaborator............within fifteen days of entering into this Agreement shall confirm their obligations to the
        Operator.
        In the event the Foreign Collaborator does not provide the services or FCA is terminated or ceases to
        exist for any reason whatsoever during the currency of this Agreement, the Operator shall have the right
         to terminate this Agreement after giving a notice of 90 days during which period the Contractor shall
         either resolve or enter into new FC duly approved by the Govt. of India, without any liability whatsoever
        on the part of the Operator.
22.11   SEVERABILITY
        Should any provision of this agreement be found to be invalid, illegal or otherwise not enforceable by any
        court of law, such finding shall not affect the remaining provisions hereto and they shall remain binding
         on the parties hereto.
22.12   RE-EXPORTATION OF EQUIPMENT AND DUTY DRAW BACK (APPLICABLE IN CASE UNIT IS
        BROUGHT FROM ABROAD ON LEASE BASIS).
        It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor, if so require by law, to complete formalities of re-exporting
        the imported equipment after completion of the work under the contract and also to apply and obtain the
        duty draw back, if any. The Operator will not take any liability on this account.
23.0    INFORMATION - CONFIDENTIAL
        All information obtained by Contractor in the conduct of operations hereunder, including but not limited to
        depth, formation penetrated, the result of coring, testing and surveying, shall be considered as
         confidential and shall not be divulged by Contractor or its employees to any person, firm or corporation
        other than Operator's designated representative, unless otherwise asked by Operator in writing.
24.0    PREFERENCE TO LOCAL COMPANIES
        Contractor agrees to give priority and preference to locally owned companies, when hiring Sub
        contractor, SUBJECT TO price, quality and delivery being equivalent.
24.1    UTILISATION OF AIR-INDIA SERVICES.
        Contractor agrees to give priority and preference to Air India Services, during its every crew change,
        subject to non-hampering of their schedules.
25.0    ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT
25.1    ASSIGNMENT BY CONTRACTOR
        Contractor agrees not to sub-let or assign this Agreement or interest or any part thereof to an Indian Joint
        Venture Co./Indian Co. having approved technical backup without first obtaining the written consent of
        Operator and at such time that:
        I.       Adequate arrangements being made by Contractor in terms of expertise and experienced
                 personnel to ensure due performance of said Agreement.
        II.      The Government of India has fully approved the joint venture applications for formation of such
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        III.         The ownership of the Drilling Unit has been transferred to such Indian Company or such Indian
                     Co. has acquired the Drilling Unit on lease basis.
        However, the assignment shall be on same rates, terms and conditions. Contractor shall remain fully
        liable and responsible to Operator for complete performance of all its obligation envisaged under this
        Agreement.
25.2    ASSIGNMENT BY OPERATOR
        Operator shall have the right, at any time, to assign all or any part of its rights hereunder, to an affiliated
         Company or a third party provided that Operator shall remain fully liable and responsible to Contractor
        to complete performance of all its obligations imposed by this Agreement.
26.0    CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
        Notwithstanding either party's fault, neither party shall be liable to the other party in respect of any
        consequential damages whatsoever. The term "Consequential Damages" as used herein shall include
         without limitations to the meaning, loss of profit, production, business opportunities or use of assets.
27.0    WRITTEN NOTICES
        All notices shall be in writing and may be delivered personally to any Officer or Manager at the
         addresses specified below, unless changed by Notice or may be sent by registered mail to said address,
        postage prepaid, or may be sent by telex, telegram or cable, charges prepaid confirmed by copy of such
        telex, telegram or cable sent by registered mail to said address. The addresses refereed to are:
        For Operator
        ----------------------------------------------------
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        For Contractor
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28.0    ARBITRATION
28.1    ARBITRATION (Applicable in case of Contracts with firms, other than Public Sector Enterprises)
        Except as otherwise provided elsewhere in the contract, if any dispute, difference, question or disagreement arises
        between the parties hereto or their respective representatives or assignees, in connection with construction,
        meaning, operation, effect, interpretation of the contract or breach thereof which parties are unable to settle mutually,
        the same shall be referred to Arbitration as provided hereunder:
        1.     A party wishing to commence arbitration proceeding shall invoke Arbitration Clause by giving 60 days notice to
               the other party. The notice invoking arbitration shall specify all the points of disputes with details of the amount
               claimed to be referred to arbitration at the time of invocation of arbitration and not thereafter. If the claim is in
               foreign currency, the claimant shall indicate its value in Indian Rupee for the purpose of constitution of the
               arbitral tribunal.
        2.     The number of the arbitrators and the appointing authority will be as under:
          Claim Amount                         Number of Arbitrator                         Appointing Authority
          (excluding claim for
          interest and counter
          claim, if any)
          Upto Rs. 50 lakhs                Sole Arbitrator to be           ONGC
                                           appointed from a panel of       [Note: ONGC will forward a list containing names of five
                                           retired officers from ONGC      retired officers from ONGC/other PSU/Non-PSU
                                           / other PSU / Non-PSU           organizations for selecting one from the list who will be
                                           organizations.                  appointed as sole arbitrator by ONGC]


          Above Rs. 50 lakhs to            Sole Arbitrator to be           ONGC
          Rs.5 crores                      appointed from a panel of       [Note: ONGC will forward a list containing names of five

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          Claim Amount                 Number of Arbitrator                             Appointing Authority
          (excluding claim for
          interest and counter
          claim, if any)
                                    retired Jurists                    jurists to the other party for selecting one from the list
                                                                       who will be appointed as sole arbitrator by ONGC]
          Above Rs. 5 crores        3 Arbitrators                      One arbitrator by each party and the 3rd arbitrator, who
                                                                       shall be the presiding arbitrator, by the two arbitrators.
                                                                       ONGC will appoint its arbitrator from the panel of jurists.
        3.    The parties agree that they shall appoint only those persons as arbitrators who accept the conditions of this
              arbitration clause, including the fees schedule provided herein. No person shall be appointed as arbitrator or
              presiding arbitrator who does not accept the conditions of this arbitration clause.
        4.    Parties agree that there will be no objection if the Arbitrator appointed holds equity shares of ONGC and/or is a
              retired officer of ONGC / any other PSU. However, neither party shall appoint its serving employee as
              arbitrator.
        5.    If any of the Arbitrators so appointed dies, resigns, becomes incapacitated or withdraws for any reason from
              the proceedings, it shall be lawful for the concerned party/arbitrators to appoint another person in his place in
              the same manner as aforesaid. Such person shall proceed with the reference from the stage where his
              predecessor had left if both parties consent for the same; otherwise, he shall proceed de novo.
        6.    Parties agree that neither party shall be entitled for any pre-reference or pendente-lite interest on its claims.
              Parties agree that any claim for such interest made by any party shall be void.
        7.    The arbitral tribunal shall make and publish the award within time stipulated as under:
                Amount of Claims and Counter Claims              Period for making and publishing of the award (counted from
                (excluding interest)                             the date of first meeting of the Arbitrators):
                Up to Rs. 5 crores                               Within 8 months
                Above Rs. 5 crores                               Within 12 months
              The above time limit can be extended by the arbitrator(s), for reasons to be recorded in writing, with the
              consent of the parties.
        8.    Arbitrators shall be paid fees at the following rates:
                Amount of Claims and Counter Claims              Lump sum fees (including fees for study of pleadings,
                (excluding interest)                             case material, writing of the award, secretarial charges
                                                                 etc.) payable to each arbitrator (to be shared equally by
                                                                 the parties)
                Up to Rs. 50 lakhs                               Rs.10000 per meeting subject to a ceiling of Rs.1,00,000.
                Above Rs. 50 lakhs to Rs.1 Crore                 Rs.135000 plus Rs. 1,800 per lakh or a part there of subject
                                                                 to a ceiling of Rs.225000.
                Above Rs.1 Crore and up to Rs.5 Crores           Rs.225000 plus Rs.33750 per Crore or a part there of
                                                                 subject to a ceiling of Rs.360000.
                Above Rs.5 Crores and up to Rs.10                Rs.360000 plus Rs. 22500 per Crore or a part there of
                Crores.                                          subject to a ceiling of Rs.472500.
                Above Rs.10 Crores                               Rs.472500 plus Rs. 18,000 per Crore or part thereof subject
                                                                 to a ceiling of Rs. 1500000.
        9.    If after commencement of the Arbitration proceedings, the parties agree to settle the dispute mutually or refer
              the dispute to conciliation, the arbitrators shall put the proceedings in abeyance until such period as requested
              by the parties. Where the proceedings are put in abeyance or terminated on account of mutual settlement of
              dispute by the parties, the fees payable to the arbitrators shall be determined as under:
              (i) 20% of the fees if the claimant has not submitted statement of claim.
              (ii) 40% of the fees if the pleadings are complete.
              (iii) 60% of the fees if the hearing has commenced.
              (iv) 80% of the fees if the hearing is concluded but the award is yet to be passed.
        10. Each party shall pay its share of arbitrator’s fees in stages as under:
              (i)   20% of the fees on filing of reply to the statement of claim.

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              (ii)    40 % of the fees on completion of pleadings.
              (iii)   20% of the fees on conclusion of the final hearing.
              (iv)    20% at the time when award is given to the parties.

        11. Each party shall be responsible to make arrangements for the travel and stay etc of the arbitrator appointed by
            it. Claimant shall also be responsible for making arrangements for travel / stay arrangements for the Presiding
            Arbitrator and the expenses incurred shall be shared equally by the parties.
              In case of sole arbitrator, ONGC shall make all necessary arrangements for his travel/ stay and the expenses
              incurred shall be shared equally by the parties.
        12. The Arbitration shall be held at the place from where the contract has been awarded. However, parties to the
            contract can agree for a different place for the convenience of all concerned.
        13. The Arbitrator(s) shall give reasoned and speaking award and it shall be final and binding on the parties.
        14. Subject to the aforesaid conditions, provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and any statutory
            modifications or re-enactment thereof shall apply to the arbitration proceedings under this clause.
28.2    Arbitration (Applicable in case of Contracts on Public Sector Enterprises)
        In the event of any dispute or difference relating to, arising from or connected with the contract, such dispute or
        difference shall be referred by either party to the arbitration of one of the Arbitrators in the Department of Public
        Enterprises, to be nominated by the Secretary to the Government of India, Incharge of the Bureau of Public
        Enterprises. The Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996 shall not be applicable to the Arbitration under this clause. The
        award of the Arbitrator shall be binding upon parties to the dispute, provided however, any party aggrieved by such
        award may make a further reference for setting aside or revision of the award to the Law Secretary, Deptt. of Legal
        Affairs, Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India. Upon such reference, the dispute shall be decided by the
        Law Secretary or the Special Secretary/ Additional Secretary, whose decision shall bind the parties finally and
        conclusively. The parties in the dispute will share equally the cost of the arbitration as intimated by the Arbitrator.
28.3    Resolution of Disputes through Conciliation by OEC:
        If any dispute, difference, question or disagreement arises between the parties hereto or their respective
        representatives or assignees, in connection with construction, meaning, operation, effect, interpretation of the
        contract or breach thereof which parties are unable to settle mutually, the same may first be referred to conciliation
        through Outside Expert Committee (“OEC”) to be constituted by CMD, ONGC as provided hereunder:
        1.    The party desirous of resorting to conciliation shall send a notice of 30 (thirty) days to the other party of its
              intention of referring the dispute for resolution through OEC. The notice invoking conciliation shall specify all
              the points of disputes with details of the amount claimed to be referred to OEC and the party concerned shall
              not raise any new issue thereafter.
        2.    CMD, ONGC shall nominate three outside experts, one each from Financial/commercial, Technical and Legal
              fields from the Panel of Outside Experts maintained by ONGC who shall together be referred to as OEC
              (Outside Experts Committee).
        3.    Parties shall not claim any interest on claims/counterclaims from the date of notice invoking conciliation till
              execution of settlement agreement, if so arrived at. In case, parties are unable to reach a settlement, no interest
              shall be claimed by either party for the period from the date of notice invoking conciliation till the date of OEC
              recommendations in any further proceeding.
        4.    The Proceedings of the OEC shall be broadly governed by Part III of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
              including any modifications thereof.
        5.    OEC shall hear both the parties and recommend possible terms of settlement between the parties. The
              recommendations of OEC shall be non-binding and the parties may decide to accept or not to accept the same.
              Parties shall be at liberty to accept the OEC recommendation with any modification they may deem fit.
        6.    Where recommendations are acceptable to both the parties, a settlement agreement will be drawn up in terms
              of the OEC recommendations or with such modifications as may be agreed upon by the parties. The settlement
              agreement shall be signed by both the parties and authenticated by all the OEC members either in person or
              through circulation. This settlement agreement shall have the same legal status and effect as that of an
              arbitration award on agreed terms on the substance of the dispute rendered by an arbitral tribunal under
              Section 30 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.


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        7.      The parties shall keep confidential all matters relating to the conciliation proceedings. Confidentiality shall
                extend also to the settlement agreement, except where its disclosure is necessary for purposes of
                implementation and enforcement.
        8.      The parties shall not rely upon or introduce as evidence in any further arbitral or judicial proceedings, whether
                or not such proceedings relate to the dispute that is the subject of the conciliation proceedings,

                    (a)   views expressed or suggestions made by the other party in respect of a possible settlement of the
                          dispute;
                   (b) admissions made by the other party in the course of the OEC proceedings;
                   (c ) proposals made by the OEC;
                   (d) the fact that the other party had indicated his willingness to accept a proposal for settlement made by
                          the OEC.
         9.     The parties shall present their case before OEC only through their in-house executives. Neither party shall be
                represented by a lawyer unless OEC specifically desires that some issue of legal nature is in dispute that needs
                to be clarified / interpreted by a lawyer.
         10. OEC members shall be entitled for the following fees and facilities:
              Sl.             Fees / Facility                                 Entitlement                         To be paid by
              No.
               1.         Fees                        Rs.10,000 per meeting subject to maximum of Rs.             Claimant
                                                      1,00,000 for the whole case. In addition, one OEC member
                                                      chosen by OEC shall be paid an additional amount of
                                                      Rs.10,000 towards secretarial expenses in writing minutes
                                                      / OEC recommendations.
               2.         Additional Fee for          Rs. 10,000.                                                 Claimant
                          attending meeting to
                          authenticate      the
                          settlement Agreement

               3.         Transportation in the       Luxury car or Rs.1500 per day.                              Claimant
                          city of the meeting
               4.         Venue for meeting           ONGC conference rooms/Hotels                                ONGC

              Facilities to be provided to the out – stationed Member
               5.      Travel from the city of Business class air tickets/ first class train tickets/ Luxury      Claimant
                       residence to the city of car/ reimbursement of actual fare. However, entitlement of
                       meeting                  air travel by Business class shall be subject to austerity
                                                measures, if any, ordered by Govt. of India.

               6.         Transport to and fro        Luxury car or Rs. 2,000/-.                                  Claimant
                          airport / railway station
                          in the city of residence

               7.         Stay for out stationed      5 Star Hotel.                                               ONGC
                          members
               8.         Transport in the city of    Luxury car or Rs. 1500 per day.                             Claimant
                          meeting

         11. All the expenditure incurred in the OEC proceedings shall be shared by the parties in equal proportion. The
             parties shall maintain account of expenditure and present to the other for the purpose of sharing on conclusion
             of the OEC proceedings.
         12. If the parties are not able to resolve the dispute through OEC or do not opt for conciliation through OEC, the
             party may invoke arbitration clause as provided in the contract.




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29.0     JURISDICTION AND APPLICABLE LAW
29.1     This Agreement including all matter connected with this Agreement, shall be governed by the laws of India (both
         substantive and procedural) for the time being in force and shall be subject to exclusive jurisdiction of the Indian
          Courts at Vadodara, Gujarat, India (the place where the contract is signed in India).

30.0    STORAGE SPACE:
        The operating area shall be anywhere in the specified Assets / Basin in Onshore India. The contractor
        shall locate and establish a Base as per the requirement at its cost. The contractor shall practice and
        implement all Govt. of India regulations in the storage space at the Base and shall indemnify Operator in
        respect of any claims made by any of the Govt. of India agencies.
31.0 Contractor shall source the fuels like petrol/diesel etc. if required for carrying out works / services covered
      under the contract from M/s Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Limited, Mangalore (A subsidiary of
      Operator) wherever feasible.
32.0    EXPLOSIVES:
        All the consignments required to be imported for providing the services against the contract shall be done
        in the name of contractor except the explosives. The explosive material will be imported in the name of
        Operator.
33.0    RADIO-ACTIVE SOURCES:
        The Operator acknowledges that it is aware that the radio-active sources used in operations by the
        Contractor are potentially dangerous both to humans and to animals and that should any such source be
        lost in the Well, special precautions must be taken in fishing operations in order that the container of the
        source is not broken or damaged, and that such source if not recovered must be isolated by cementing it in
        place or by some other appropriate means, and the Operator by requesting Contractor to perform any
        service involving the use of radio-active material accepts the possibility of such risks and agrees that the
        Contractor shall not be liable or responsible, except in case of willful misconduct and or negligence on the
        part of Contractor, for any injury to or death of persons or damage to property (including but not limited to
        injury to or loss of a Well or reservoir) or any other loss or damage whatsoever, direct or consequential,
        irrespective or otherwise arising from or in any way connected with the use or placing by the Contractor of
        radio-active material in a bore Well, and the Operator agrees that it shall absolve and hold the Contractor
        harmless except in case of willful misconduct and or gross negligence on the part the contractor from and
        against all liability for any and all losses, costs, damages and expenses incurred or sustained by the
        Operator or any other person resulting from any such use of radio-active material. The Contractor shall
        provide the Operator complete information on the construction of radio-active sources, pressure vessels
        and shields and certificates on usability and safety. The contractor shall not use any material which is not
        certified by the International Atomic Energy Agency (I.A.E.A) for use under the conditions prevailing in the
        Well.
34.0    LIABILITY OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA:-
        It is expressly understood and agreed by and between the CONTRACTOR and ONGC (the Indian PSU),
        that ONGC is entering into this agreement solely on its own behalf and not on behalf of any other person
        or entity. In particular, it is expressly understood and agreed that the Govt. of India is not a party to this
        agreement and has no liabilities, obligations or rights hereunder. It is expressly understood and agreed
        that ONGC is an independent legal entity with power and authority to enter into CONTRACTs solely in its
        behalf under the applicable laws of India and general principles of CONTRACT Law. The CONTRACTOR
        expressly agrees, acknowledges and understands that ONGC is not an agent, representative or delegate
        of the Govt. of India. It is further understood and agreed that the Govt. of India is not and shall not be
        liable for any acts, omissions, and commission, breaches or other wrongs arising out of the CONTRACT.
        Accordingly, CONTRACTOR hereby expressly waives, releases and forgoes any and all actions or claims,
        including cross claims, impleader claims or counter claims against the Govt. of India arising out of this
        CONTRACT and covenants not to the Govt. of India as to any manner, claim, cause of action or thing
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35.0    EMPLOYMENT BY FIRMS TO OFFICIALS OF ONGC
        Firms/companies who have or had business relations with ONGC are advised not to employ serving
        ONGC employees without prior permission. It is also advised not to employ ex-personnel of ONGC within
        the initial two years period after their retirement / resignation/severance from the service without specific
        permission of ONGC. The ONGC may decide not to deal with such firm(s) who fail to comply with the
        above advice.
36.0 Operator has adopted Enterprise wide ICE/SAP connectivity through out the organization and accordingly all
      chartered rigs should be integrated and hooked up to Operator’s infrastructure for working on Enterprise
      wide ERP programme. Operator has tie-up with a service provider M/s TVC India P. Limited Noida for KU-
      Band VSAT Data connectivity at all on-shore drilling rigs- Operator’s owned/chartered rigs, at a fee of
      Rupees one lakh per terminal per annum per rig inclusive of all rental charges for KU bank antennae and
      end equipment installed on board the Rig and maintenance of the same. This fee of rupees one lakh per
      annum per rig shall be borne by Contractor.
37.0 INMARSAT Fax, Mini M Telephone etc. should be available on the Drilling Unit and in case Operator utilizes
      this facility, the same will be charged to Operator by contractor at actuals excluding service charges.
      However, no payment shall be made by Operator to Contractor for usage of this facility by Contractor and
      his sub-contractors.
38.0    The Contractor is prohibited to offer any service/benefit of any manner to any employee of ONGC and that
        the Contractor may suffer summary termination of contract / disqualification in case of violation.
39.0 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
        Notwithstanding any other provisions, except only in cases of willful misconduct and / or criminal acts,
a)     Neither the Contractor nor the Operator (ONGC) shall be liable to the other, whether in Contract, tort, or
        otherwise, for any consequential loss or damage, loss of use, loss of production, or loss of profits or interest
        costs, provided however that this exclusion shall not apply to any obligation of the Contractor to pay
        Liquidated Damages to the Operator and
b)      Notwithstanding any other provisions incorporated elsewhere in the contract, the aggregate liability of the
        Contractor in respect of this contract, whether under the Contract, in tort or otherwise, shall not exceed 50%
        of annualized Contract Price, provided however that this limitation shall not apply to the cost of repairing or
        replacing defective equipment by the Contractor, or to any obligation of the Contractor to indemnify the
        Operator with respect to Intellectual Property Rights.
c)      Operator shall indemnify and keep indemnified Contractor harmless from and against any and all claims,
        costs, losses and liabilities in excess of the aggregate liability amount in terms of clause (b) above.
40.0     INTEGRITY PACT:
         The Integrity pact, duly signed by the authorized official of ONGC and the Contractor, will form part of this contract.
41.0     ENTIRE AGREEMENT
41.1     This Agreement supersedes all prior Agreements and commitments, whether oral or in writing between the
         parties concerning the subject matter thereof. The right of either party to require strict performances will not be
         affected by any previous waiver or course of dealing. Neither this Agreement nor any modification will be binding on
         a party unless signed by an authorized representative of Contractor and Operator.
41.2     It is not intended that there be any conflict between this Agreement and the Annexures thereto, which are a part
          hereof for all purposes, but the Agreement shall take precedence in the event of any such conflict.
41.3     Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement, the parties shall continue to be bound by the provisions of the
         Agreement that reasonably require some action or forbearance after the expiration of the term of this
         Agreement.




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In witness whereof, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written.

                     For and on behalf of                                      For and on behalf of

           Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited               M/s.
 1. Witness:                                                     1. Witness:
 Name: _________________________                                 Name: ________________________
 Address: __________________________                              Address: _______________________
             ___________________________                                  ________________________

 2. Witness:                                                     2. Witness:
 Name: ___________________________                               Name: ________________________
 Address: ____________________________                            Address: ______________________
             ____________________________                                   _______________________




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                                                                                                      Appendix -1
                         Proforma of Bank Guarantee towards Performance Security.
                                       PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

Ref. No. ___________________________________ Bank Guarantee No ___________________
                                             Dated ______________________________
To
The Dy. General Manager – I/c.MM, ONSG
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
Onshore Services Group, Regional Stores
Baroda – 390009, Gujarat, India

Dear Sirs,
1.      In consideration of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited, incorporated under the Companies Act,
        1956, having its Registered Office at Jeevan Bharti, Tower-II , 124 Connaught Circus, New Delhi-
        110001, India and one of its offices at Onshore Services Group, Regional Stores, Baroda (hereinafter
        referred to as `ONGC', which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof,
        include all its successors, administrators, executors and assignees) having entered into a Contract
        No.__________________ dated _______________ (hereinafter called 'the Contract' which expression
        shall include all the amendments thereto) with M/s __________________________ having its
        registered / head office at ______________________(hereinafter referred to as the 'Contractor') which
        expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof include all its successors,
        administrators, executors and assignees) and ONGC having agreed that the Contractor shall furnish to
        ONGC a performance guarantee for Indian Rupees/US$ .............. for the faithful performance of the entire
        contract.
2.      We (name of the bank) ______________________________ registered under the laws of _______
        having head/registered office at __________________________ (hereinafter referred to as "the Bank",
        which expression shall, unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof, include all its
        successors, administrators, executors and permitted assignees) do hereby guarantee and undertake to
        pay immediately on first demand in writing any /all moneys to the extent of Indian Rs./US$ (in
        figures) __________ (Indian Rupees/US Dollars (in words)_____________________________) without
        any demur, reservation, contest or protest and/or without any reference to the Contractor. Any such
        demand made by ONGC on the Bank by serving a written notice shall be conclusive and binding, without
        any proof, on the bank as regards the amount due and payable, notwithstanding any dispute(s) pending
        before any Court, Tribunal, Arbitrator or any other authority and/or any other matter or thing
        whatsoever, as liability under these presents being absolute and unequivocal. We agree that the
        guarantee herein contained shall be irrevocable and shall continue to be enforceable until it is
        discharged by ONGC in writing. This guarantee shall not be determined, discharged or affected by
        the liquidation, winding up, dissolution or insolvency of the Contractor and shall remain valid, binding and
        operative against the bank.
3.      The Bank also agrees that ONGC at its option shall be entitled to enforce this Guarantee against the
        Bank as a principal debtor, in the first instance, without proceeding against the Contractor and
        notwithstanding any security or other guarantee that ONGC may have in relation to the Contractor's
        liabilities.

4.      The Bank further agrees that ONGC shall have the fullest liberty without our consent and without affecting
        in any manner our obligations hereunder to vary any of the terms and conditions of the said contract or
        to extend time of performance by the said Contractor(s) from time to time or to postpone for any time or
        from time to time exercise of any of the powers vested in ONGC against the said Contractor(s) and to
        forbear or enforce any of the terms and conditions relating to the said agreement and we shall not be
        relieved from our liability by reason of any such variation, or extension being granted to the said

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         Contractor(s) or for any forbearance, act or omission on the part of ONGC or any indulgence by ONGC to
         the said Contractor(s) or any such matter or thing whatsoever which under the law relating to sureties
         would, but for this provision, have effect of so relieving us.
5.       The Bank further agrees that the Guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force during the period
         that is taken for the performance of the contract and all dues of ONGC under or by virtue of this
         contract have been fully paid and its claim satisfied or discharged or till ONGC discharges this
         guarantee in writing, whichever is earlier.
6.       This Guarantee shall not be discharged by any change in our constitution, in the constitution of ONGC or
         that of the Contractor.
7.       The Bank confirms that this guarantee has been issued with observance of appropriate laws of the
         country of issue.
8.       The Bank also agrees that this guarantee shall be governed and construed in accordance with Indian
         Laws and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of Indian Courts of the place from where the purchase
         order has been placed.
9.       Notwithstanding anything contained herein above, our liability under this Guarantee is limited to Indian
         Rs./US$ (in figures) ______________ (Indian Rupees/US Dollars (in words) ____________________)
         and our guarantee shall remain in force until ______________________.(indicate the date of
         expiry of bank guarantee)

         Any claim under this Guarantee must be received by us before the expiry of this Bank Guarantee. If no
         such claim has been received by us by the said date, the rights of ONGC under this Guarantee will
         cease. However, if such a claim has been received by us within the said date, all the rights of ONGC
         under this Guarantee shall be valid and shall not cease until we have satisfied that claim.

         In witness whereof, the Bank through its authorised officer has set its hand and stamp on this ........
         day of ........2011 at .....................

WITNESS NO. 1

--------------------------                                                            -------------------------
    (Signature)                                                                               (Signature)
Full name and official                                                  Full name, designation and
address (in legible letters)                                 address (in legible letters) with Bank stamp
                                                                        Attorney as per power of
                                                                        Attorney No.............
                                                                        Dated ....................
WITNESS NO. 2
--------------------------
    (Signature)
Full name and official address (in legible letters)




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                      INSTRUCTIONS FOR FURNISHING PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE

1.     The Bank Guarantee by Indian Bidders will be given on non-judicial stamp paper /franking receipt as per
       stamp duty applicable at the place from where the purchase order has been placed. The non-judicial
       stamp paper /franking receipt should be either in name of the issuing bank or the contractor.
2.     Foreign parties are requested to execute bank guarantee as par law in their country.
3.     Foreign bidders will give guarantee either in the currency of the offer or US $ (US Dollar)i.e. Indian Rs/US
       $ have been mentioned only for illustration. Therefore, in case where bank guarantee is being given in
       currency other than 'Rupees' or U.S.$, indicate the relevant currency of the offer.
4.     The expiry date as mentioned in clause 9 should be arrived at by adding 120 days (for foreign bidders) / 60
       days (for Indian bidders) to the contract completion date, unless otherwise specified in the bidding
       documents.
5.(a) The Bank Guarantee by Indian contractor will be given from Nationalized/ Scheduled Banks only. The
      Foreign contractor will give Bank Guarantee from an Indian bank situated in their country.
(b)    In case no Indian Bank is situated in foreign contractor’s country, then Bank Guarantee from foreign Bank
       acceptable to ONGC, either situated in contractor's country or in India (a list of foreign banks acceptable
       to ONGC is enclosed at Appendix-12 of Annexure-I of this bidding document for this purpose) or from an
       Indian Scheduled Bank situated in India, will be considered.
(c)    If any foreign contractor desires to furnish bank guarantee from a bank other than those included in
       Appendix-12 of Annexure-I of this bidding document, such contractor should furnish collateral security /
       guarantee / confirmation from any of these 300 banks or the State Bank of India.




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                                                                                                                                                Appendix – 2
                                                                            Proforma – “PFD”

       SUB: PARTICULARS OF PF CONTRIBUTION FOR THE MONTH OF                 MONTH 200
    (1) Name of the Firm/ Agency/ Contractor ___________________________ Nature of Contract : Job/ Service contract, AMC,
                                                                                                          O&M, Petty contract, Security, seasonal
    (2) Postal address of the Contractor ______________________________

    (3)    Phone No. of the Contractor __________________________________                                              (14) Details of contract labour engaged
                                                                                                                            by the contractor
    (4)    Fax No. of the Contractor ___________________________________                                               Category      No. of        Prevailing
                                                                                                                                     Workers       Min.
    (5)    Address of PF office from where EPF Code No. has been allotted: ____________________                                                    wages
                                                                                                                       Unskilled
    (6)    EPF Code No. allotted by PF office                                             _____________________
                                                                                                                       Semi
    (7)    Address of ESIC office from where ESI Code No. has been allotted: ___________________                       skilled

    (8)    ESI Code No. allotted by ESIC Office                                                                        Skilled

    (9)    Period of Contract : From____________ to ______________                                                     Highly
                                                                                                                       skilled
    (a) Extension period of contract, if any From _________ to _______
                                                                                                                       Total
    (b) Place where contract workmen are working

    (10) Labour Licence No. ________________________             dtd. ____________

    (11) Validity period of Labour Licence              From ___________ To _____________

    (12) Details of Deposition of contribution towards EPF

    (a)          EPF Challan No. ___________         Amount ____________ Date ___________
    (13) Details of Deposition of contribution towards ESI

    (a)          ESI Challan No. _______________ Amount _________________ Date _________




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                                                                                                                   Contribution @ 12%




                                                                                                                                                                          deposited (Col No.8
                          Sub EPF Code No.



                                               No. of days present
No.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    deposited (Col No.
                                                                                               Total Amount paid




                                                                                                                                                                          Total Contribution




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Total Contribution
                          of the Contractual




                                                                                                                                                                          + Col.9 + Col.10)
                                               during the month
       Full Name of the




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    13 + Col no. 14)
                                                                                                                                                         Employers EPS




                                                                                                                                                                                                Employees ESI
                                                                                                                                        Contribution @



                                                                                                                                                         Contribution @




                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Employers ESI
                                                                                                                   Employees PF




                                                                                                                                                                                                contribution @



                                                                                                                                                                                                                   contribution @
                                                                                                                                        Employers PF
                                                                     Amount paid
       Contractual
       Workmen



                          Workman




                                                                                                                                        3.67%



                                                                                                                                                         8.33%




                                                                                                                                                                                                1.75%



                                                                                                                                                                                                                   4.75%
                                                                     Mini Wage



                                                                                   other pay
                                                                                   Plus any
 1           2                   3                         4                 5         6                   7                  8               9               10                      11             12                 13                   14


 CERTIFIED THAT
a)           I have paid the notified minimum wages to my contractual workers as per the agreement.
b)           The above information is correct to the best of my knowledge.
c)           In case nay discrepancies or irregularities is /are noticed in this agreement, then ONGC is free to inform the PF/ESIC Authorities.
d)           Within one month on completion/expiry of the contract, I shall fill up the prescribed Forms for withdrawal or transfer of PF/Pension Account in favour of my
             contractual workmen under control and intimate to Principal Employer.
e)           Before the completion of contract, I shall serve one month notice to all my contractual workers, informing that their services will be terminated.
f)           Within one month on completion/expiry of the contract, I shall pay all the dues/ terminal dues such as leave with wages, bonus (if applicable), Gratuity (if
             applicable), to all my contractual workmen, failing which my Bank Guarantee/ Security Deposit may be withheld by ONGC.

Date:
Place:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Signature & Seal of the Contractor




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                                                                                                                                     Appendix – 3
                                            The Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme 1952
                                                       FORM 12 (Revised)
                                         THE EMPLYEES’ PROVIDENT FUND SCHEME, 1952
                                                            [Para 38(2)]
STATEMENT OF CONTRIBUTION FPR THE MONTH OF ……………………………………………

Wage Period From……………………………….. To …………………………………………………

Name and Address of the Establishment ………………………. Code No…………………….
Sl. A/C     Name of      Wages, retaining            Amount of member’s               Employer’s             Remarks
No. No.     the          allowance (if any) and D.A. contribution deducted from the   contribution
            member       including cash value of     wages
            (in block    food concession paid to
            Capitals)    the member during the
                         wage period.
                                                     EPF        EPF          Total    EPF EPF        Total
                                                                1.1/4%                    1.1/4%
                                                     (a)        (b)          (c)      (a) (b)        (c)
 1     2          3                    4                             5                        6                 7


Total amount of contributions including refund of advances ……………………………..
Administrative charges ………………….
Total amount deposited in
    (i)         Account No. 1 Rs. ……………………..
    (ii)        Account No. 10 Rs. ……………………

Bank in which deposited ………………………….
No. and date of Bank Draft/Cheque Reserve Bank of India ………………………

                                                                                                                       Signature of the Employer or
                                                                                                                           Other Authorized Officer
                                                                             Dated ……………..                              Stamp of the Establishment




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Notes:-
(1)    The names of existing members should be shown in the list of each month in the consecutive serial order of the account numbers. New members whose names
       are shown in the return for the first time should be shown at the end with a heading “New Members”. In the case of members transferred from another
       factory/establishment the name of the factory/establishment from which transferred should be given in the ‘Remarks’ column.
(2)    Mention should be made in column No.8 above, about member’s rate of voluntary contribution.
(3)    Variation in wages/contribution with that of previous month should be explained suitably in the remarks column.




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                                                                      FROM 12A (Revised)
                                                              (For Unexempted Establishments only)
                                                       THE EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUNDS SCHEME, 1952
                                                                   [Proviso to paragraph 38(2)]
                                                 STATEMENT OF CONTRIBUTION FOR THE MONTH OF …………………

    Name and address of the establishment …………………………………………..
    Code No. of the establishment ……………………………………………………….




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                                                                                                                                                Appendix – 4
                                                                              FORM 6A
                                                                (For un-exempted establishments only)
                                                         THE EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUNDS SCHEME 1952
                                                                     [Paragraph 30 and 38(3) and
                                                             THE EMPLOYEES’ PENSION SCHEME, 1995
                                                                          [Paragraphs 20(3)]
                                                        CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION STATEMENT

Annual statement of contribution for the Currency Period from 1st ……………… 20…. to ……………….. 20 ……

Name and address of the Establishment ……………………………………………….. Statutory rate of contribution.

Code No. of the Establishment………………………… No. of members voluntarily contributing at a higher rate
 Sl.    Account           Name of the       Wages, Retaining     Amount of     Employer’s Contribution      Refund of     Rate of       Remarks
 No.      No.               member          allowance (if any)    worker’s    EPF           Pension         Advance       higher
                       (in block capitals) and D.A. including   contributions difference    fund 10%                     voluntary
                                           cash value of food  deducted from between                                    contribution
                                             concession paid     the wages    12% and                                     (if any)
                                           during the currency                10%
                                                 period
 (1)       (2)                 (3)                  (4)              (5)            (6)          (7)           (8)          (9)            10




FORM 6A (Continued)
                                                                 RECONCILIATION OF REMITTANCES
Sl. No       Month                   AMOUNT REMITTED                             ADMINISTRATION CHARGES                    Aggregate Contributions
                                                                                    Rs. At 1.10% of wages                     Cols 5+6+7 (Rs.)
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                          EPF       Contributions Pension Fund           DLI Contribution    Admn.             EDLI      Admn.             Remarks
                          including refund of contributions              A/c No. 21          Charges           Charges 0.001%
                          advances                A/c No.10              Rs.                 A/c No.2          Rs.             (1) Total number of
                          A/c no. 1                                                          Rs.                                     contribution       cards
1       March paid in     Rs.                     Rs.                    Rs.                                                        enclosed      (Form   3A
        April                                                                                                                       Revised)
2       April             Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.
3       May               Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                       (2) Certified that Form 3A, duly
4       June              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            completed, of all the
5       July              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            members listed in this
6       Aug.              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            statement are enclosed,
7       Sept.             Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            except those already send
8       Oct.              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            during the course of the
9       Nov.              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            currency period for the
10      Dec.              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            final settlement of the
11      Jan.              Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.                                                            concerned         members
                                                                                                                                        account vide Remarks
12      Feb. paid in      Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.
                                                                                                                                        furnished against the
        March
                                                                                                                                        names of the respective
13      Arrear,           Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.
                                                                                                                                        members above.
        If any
Total                     Rs.                         Rs.                Rs.

                                                                                                                                 Signature of employer with official seal
NOTES:-
(1) The names of all members, including those who had left service during the currency period, should be included in this statement. Where the Form 3A in respect of
    such members had left service were already sent to the Regional Office for the purpose of final settlement of their accounts, the fact should be stated against the
    members in the ‘Remarks” column above thus “form 3A already sent in the month of …………….”.
(2) In case of substantial variation in the wages/contributions of any member as compared to those shown in previous statement, the reason should be explained
    adequately in the ‘Remarks’ column.
(3) In respect of those members who have not opted for Pension Fund their entire employers contribution @ 8.1/3% or 10% as the case may be shown under column
    no.6.




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                                                                                        Annexure-III


Scope of Work & Technical Specifications for 1400 HP –Type-II Electrical Drilling Rig


Sr. Particular                                                                      Appendix
No.
1   General Scope of Work and Broad Technical Specifications                       Appendix-0

2     Technical Specifications of Rig                                             Appendix -1

3     Schedule of responsibilities for Drilling equipment, materials, supplies    Appendix -2
      and services
4     List of (personnel) crew                                                    Appendix -3

5     Short deployment rates for rig crew and integrated services                 Appendix- 4
      personnel
6     Details of the rig offered                                                   Appendix-5

7     Activity wise applicability of rig operating day rate (RODR) and rig         Appendix-6
      non-operating day rate (NODR)
8     Scope of work for integrated mud services                                    Appendix-7

9     Scope of work for integrated Cementing Services                              Appendix-8




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                                                                                              Appendix-0

                     General Scope of Work and Broad Technical Specifications
      (Minimum 1400 HP Electrical Rig-Type-II capable to drill up to 4900 m with 4 ½” Drill pipe)
         ONGC Ahmedabad Asset has planned to hire one (01 no.) Minimum 1400 HP Electrical Drilling
Rig-Type-II along with IWC for Mud and Cementing Services for a period of one year for
deployment in PEL/ML areas of Ahmedabad Asset.
         The Agreement will be automatically extended under the same rates, terms and conditions to
cover the time necessary to complete or abandon, to the satisfaction of the operator, the well-in-progress
at the end of the Term of the Agreement.
         ONGC will have the right to deploy the hired rig at any location for drilling of any type of wells
especially HPHT wells within the capacity of the rig. The rig can be deployed for drilling of any type of
wells in Ahmedabad Asset/ Other Assets or Basins of Western sector.
Scope of Work: -
a.     To provide complete drilling rig and equipment conforming to the broad and general standards as
       mentioned in the technical specifications of the Tender Document.
b.     To provide capable and experienced rig crew personnel in accordance with the list provided in the
       Tender Document.
c.     To take up the scope of work to be carried out in accordance with the various articles including
       schedule of responsibilities of the Tender Document and to take up the job mentioned as under :-
    1) Type-II Electrical Drilling Rig of minimum 1400 HP, capable of drilling any type of wells specially
       HPHT wells within the capacity of rig in PEL /ML areas (issued or renewed after 1.4.99) areas of
       Ahmedabad Asset / Other Assets or Basins of Western sector.
    2) Bidder has to provide required Mud services (IWC) along with supply of chemicals and
       supervision as per detailed SOW for Mud Services for drilling of any type of wells specially
       HPHT Wells.
    3) Bidder has to provide required Cementing services (IWC) along with supply of chemicals,
       equipment and supervision as per detailed SOW for Cementing Services for drilling of any
       type of wells specially HPHT Wells.
    4) The rig to be deployed shall be capable of handling all types of Water base, New generation
       drilling fluids, The rig should be equipped with mud tanks having capacities about 300 cubic
       meters, solid control equipment having minimum 2 nos of dual tandem Linear motion / Balanced
       elliptical motion shale shakers (LMSS) of spec minimum 6.0 G with suitable scalpers; handling
       minimum of 1000 GPM with screens up to 250 mesh, One De-sander, One Liner motion Mud
       Cleaner(LMMC), One Degasser, Jet Shearing Devices for proper shearing of Polymers and
       Centrifuge.
    5) Besides Top Drive, contractor has to provide Kelly, Kelly Spinner and Swivel etc., as per the
       tender specifications, as a stand-by measure in case of failure of Top Drive.
    6) The Contractor has to provide Core bits as required by ONGC from the prescribed sources (of
       desired manufacturer, type & Model) on cost plus basis as per contract provisions. ONGC will
       purchase the Core bits which are ordered by ONGC to the Contractor as soon as these are
       supplied by the Contractor.
   d. Contractor shall adhere to Hazardous Area Classification as governed by DGMS and other local
       regulations as applicable.
   e. Contractor shall maintain a waste disposal system for disposal of waste generated during
       operations by segregating the waste material and disposing it in conformance with standard oilfield
       practices, regulation of Government of India and other local regulatory authorities.
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   f.    Contractor shall provide facilities for potable water, air, light and electric power wherever required
         to ONGC and ONGC's subcontractors.
   g. Upon completion, discontinuance or abandonment of the work to be performed under this contract,
         the contractor shall dismantle the drilling unit and remove all the contractor’s equipment and
         machinery from the location, properly plug the rat hole and mouse hole, remove litter and debris
         created by the contractor or it’s sub- contractors in connection with the work, and generally will
         leave the premises and roadways in as good condition as the same was at commencement of
         drilling operations. Under no circumstances, any debris, junk or litter is to be left at the worksite or
         disposed off in any of the pits at the work site.
   h. Contractor shall at his cost assist in handling and transportation of Contractor’s and ONGC's items
         within the site(s), between site(s) and during inter-location/ intra-location moves.
   i. Contractor shall provide transport for Contractor’s equipment and ensure to take road
         permits/licenses/approvals from the agencies as and when required for transportation of Rig/Rig
         equipment to drill site during Mob/De-Mob/ILM.
   j. Contractor shall be responsible for any damages if happens to Public/Private/Govt. properties
         during Mob/De-Mob/ILM of the Rig/Rig equipment to the Drill site and also ensure to compensate
         all such damages.
   k. Contractor has to clearly identify Zone 1 and Zone 2 hazardous areas at the drilling location by
         placing appropriate sign boards.
   l. All electrical systems installed in Zone 1 & Zone2 hazardous areas at the drilling unit shall be duly
         approved by DGMS, India.
   m. As per 116(1) of I.E.R 1956, restricted neutral system shall be used in 550/1100V, system at the
         rig to limit earth fault current within 750 mA.
   n. Contractor shall ensure that only flame proof electrical appliances shall be installed at dog house
         as per DGMS guidelines.
   o. To provide ‘Un-skilled labour’ on the Drilling Rig to load and unload all Operators’ equipment,
         materials and supplies are also to be provided by the contractor: Such materials include casing
         pipes and other well consumables to be supplied by ONGC.
   p. Inspection of the Rig:
     ONGC shall accept the Drilling Unit only after third party inspection (TPI) at its cost by any one of the
     following agencies for inspection as per tender specifications:
     (a) MODU SPEC (b) Oil Field Audit Service Inc. (c) DNV (d) BV (e) Lloyds (f) ABS
     Contractor shall give 15 days’ advance notice for inspection on complete readiness of the Rig &
     equipment. A maximum of 10 man-days shall be allowed for inspection of Rig. In case inspection
     takes more than 10 man-days, then the cost of such extra time beyond the 10 man-days shall be
     borne by the Contractor. Further, the Contractor shall bear entire cost of subsequent third party
     inspections if TPI agency is required to be called to verify the compliance against observations made
     in first inspection or due to non-mobilization of complete equipments as per contractual obligations.




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                                                                                          Appendix-1

                            TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF RIGS
TYPE-II, Minimum 1400 HP ELECTRICAL LAND RIG (Diesel Electric AC / SCR Drilling Rig / AC-VFD
Drilling Rig Capable of drilling 4,900 Mtrs with 4 ½” Drill pipe)

 Rig should be complete in all respect & with the following major equipments of reputed makes.
 MAIN RIG:
 (A) MAST : Mast design should be in accordance with API specification 4F
 1. Clear Height-142 ft.(min.)
 (Clear height of the mast less than minimum requirement can also be acceptable provided the offered rig
 accommodates all the required equipment including Top Drives System of required capacities.)
 2. Base Width - Minimum 30 ft.
 3. Static Hook Load Capacity with 12 lines strung to Traveling Block- 10,00,000 lbs.
 4. Wind Load Capacity with full set back (min.) 80 miles/hr.
 5. Wind Load Capacity with bare Mast (min.)- 100 miles/hr.
      * Crown Block capacity should be matching with Mast Capacity.
 6. Mast should be equipped with the following in addition to standard accessories
 i. All the accessories to raise Mast with Draw Works.
 ii. Racking platform with adequate capacity for 5" O.D. D/P & up to 9.1/2" O.D. D/C.
 iii. Adjustable Casing Stabbing Board.
 iv. Top-man Escape Device & Fall Prevention Device.
 (B) Sub-Structure : Design should be in accordance with API specification 4F
      1. Derrick Floor Height: 30 ft. Approx
      2. Clear height below rotary beam- Minimum 25 ft. (Derrick floor height / clear height below rotary
           table lower than that specified will be accepted provided the offered rig accommodates the
           required BOP stacks and Bell nipple etc.)
      3. Casing Load Capacity - 10,00,000 lbs.
      4. Simultaneous Setback Capacity - 6,00,000 lbs.
      5. Mouse hole pipe / rat hole pipe.
      6. Dead line anchor with capacity of 1,00,000 lbs. dead line pull, grooved for suitable wire line as
           per rig system, to house a tension type load sensor, complete with wire line snubs.
      7. Drill floor air Tuggers 5000 lbs line pull capacity with wire line: 2 nos.
 (C) Draw Works :
       1. Dual Electric Motor Drive arrangement,
       2. Rated Input Horse Power – Minimum 1400 H.P.
       3. Auxiliary Draw Works Braking System - Eddy Current Brake or Disc Brakes or
           regenerative type braking system (in case of VFD Rig).
     4. Brake Water Cooling System - Closed Circulating Type
     5. Twin stop device (Crown-o-matic & Floor-o-matic)
 (D) Rotary Table & Accessories : : (IRD / Chain Driven with Draw Works)

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      1. Rotary Table with 27 ½” / 37 1/2" opening, Dead Load Capacity 500 Tons & complete with
          following
      2. Pin Drive Kelly Bushing complete with roller assembly for 5 1/4" Hexagonal Kelly.
      3. Kelly Bushing for 3 1/2" Hexagonal Kelly.
      4. Pin Drive Master Bushing,
      5. API Insert Bowl no.1, 2 & 3
      6. Bit Breaker Adaptor Plate in case of Pin drive bushing.
      7. Casing Cul Bushing for 18 5/8”.
 (E) Travelling -Hook Block:
     1. Capacity - 500 Tons
     2. Wire line: Suitable to rig system.
 (F) Swivel :
     1. Dead Load Rating - 425 Tons-Minimum
     2. API Bearing Rating – 258 Tons
     3. Continuous Working Pressure- 5000 PSI.
 (G) Electrical Top Drive :
     1. Hook Load Capacity :- 500 T.
     2. Power: - A.C Motor of suitable rating, non-sparking, flame proof and suitable for hazardous
          locations.
     3. Cooling System: - Motor Cooling System to operate with ambient temperature up to 50 Degree
          Centigrade.
      4. Torque Requirement: - Maximum Continuous Torque - Not Less Than 30,000 ft-lbs. At 100
            RPM.
      5. Maximum Torque at maximum speed - Not Less than 17,000 ft-lbs.
      6. RPM range: 0 – 180 (Minimum)
      7. Break- out Torque: 50,000 ft-lbs. (Minimum)
 (H) Mud Pumps :
      1. Two nos. Triplex Single Acting Slush pumps driven by AC/D.C. motors, I.H.P. 1400, maximum
            working pressure 5000 psi & complete with all accessories.
      2. Electric Motor driven centrifugal Supercharging pumps compatible to Mud Pumps to handle
            Mud up to 20 ppg
 (I) Power System :
 Diesel Electric, AC-SCR / AC-VFD system complete with following :
 (Note: All the motors & electrical fittings ,which are going to be used in hazardous areas must have
 certification from Statutory Authority / DGMS for their application)
      1. Engines (4 nos.) of suitable rating, total H.P (Minimum) - 4000 (approx.)
      2. (Silent Power) AC Generators (4 nos.) of suitable ratings – 50 Hertz.
           Note: AC Generators with 60 Hertz is acceptable if rig is having suitable converter for running
           equipments with 50 Hertz rating.
      3. AC/DC Motors with 1,000 H.P. continuous rating & 1250 H.P. Intermittent rating. As per
           requirement
      4. Power Control System- Suitable SCR/VFD System of reputed make as per rig design and
           requirement of equipment with maneuvering facility for running Draw works / Mud pumps/ IRD.
           Provision for entire AC load should be either in single unit or separately.
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      5. Explosion proof Lighting system suitable for Hazardous locations with adequate lighting at all
          important points including sufficient number of lighting towers for area lighting.
 (J) Rig Air Compressor package consisting of following : Utility House
      1. 2 nos. Electric motor Driven Air Compressor each having capacity of 150 c.f.m. at 150 psi
          working pressure and complete with all accessories.
      2. 1 no. Cold Start Compressor of capacity 30-40 c.f.m. at 150 psi working pressure driven by
          Diesel Engine.
      3. Air storage tanks- As per rig design and deployment of the equipment and should be of enough
          capacity to cater the need of air requirement for smooth operations and complete with air dryer,
          safety relief valve, condensate trap etc.
 (K) Mud System: All electrical motors, cables, Push buttons, starter, light fittings etc should be
 flame proof and DGMS approved.
  Six Tanks Mud System capable of handling polymer mud system having an active capacity of 150 M3 &
 Reserve Capacity of 150 M3 consisting:
      1. One Shaker Tank
      2. One Intermediate Tank
      3. One Suction Tank &
      4. Three Reserve Tanks. (One tank has provision for slug tank of approximately 1/3 rd capacity of
          tank)
 The System should be complete with the following :
   (a) Provisioning of suction of mud from any of the reserve tanks with any of the mud pumps, and with
        suitable facilities for transfer of mud from active to reserve tank or vice versa. Suction from
        intermediate tanks to mud pumps to be possible.
   (b) Mud Tanks should be complete with the adequate numbers of low pressure mud guns & mud
        agitators.
   (c) Provision of Pill / Slug Tank in Suction Tank.( approximately 1/3rd capacity of tank)
   (d) Mud treatment tank- capacity 4 Cubic meters with motor driven agitator.
   (e) Trip Tank of 10 M3 / 60 bbl capacity complete with two nos. of flame proof electric motors powered
        Centrifugal Pumps of suitable ratings and with flow line and valves. Trip tank should have suitable
        calibration of 0.5 bbl sensitivity.
   (f) Mud Mixing System consisting of Two low pressure Hoppers & Electric motor driven centrifugal
        pumps. System should be complete with the capability of mixing mud of 20 p.p.g.
  (g) Continuous casing fill up system for 18 5/8”, 13 3/8”, 9 5/8”, 7”, 5 ½” & 5”csg.
 (h) Two Linear Motion Dual Tandem Shale Shaker of min. 6G rating, total capacity 1200 G.P.M. with
        scalping arrangement. (Screens up to 250 mesh) of make Brandt / Derrick / Kemtron or
        equivalent.
 (i) De-sander capacity of 900-1100 G.P.M. of make of make Brandt / Derrick / Kemtron or equivalent.
 (j) Linear Motion Mud Cleaner capacity of Min. 1000 G.P.M. of make Brandt / Derrick / Kemtron or
        equivalent.
 (k) Poor Boy (Vertical) - Mud gas separator.
 (l)     Vacuum Type Degasser capacity of Min.1000 G.P.M. of make Brandt / Derrick / Kemtron or
        equivalent.
 (m) Electric motor driven centrifugal pumps for above mud cleaning and degassing equipments.
 (n) Jet shearing Device- 01 No.
 (L) Miscellaneous Items :

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     1. Water tank system having total capacity of minimum 80 M3, complete with electric motor driven
          centrifugal pumps. (Two Nos.)
     2. Two tank Diesel fuel system having a total capacity of minimum 80 M3 complete with fuel filters
          and two electric motor driven fuel pumps.
     3. Dog House and Pig house.
     4. Two section cat-walk and pipe racks of sufficient capacity.
     5. Pneumatic Kelly spinner - capable of clockwise and anti-clockwise rotation.
     6. Storage and tool house.
     7. Ezy Torque of make Drillco or equivalent.
     8. Rat Hole Digger / Turbine.
     9. Dual stand pipe and mud manifold complete with rotary and vibratory hoses 5000 psi w.p.-
          compatible with Top Drive offered and mud swivel.
     10. Cellar pit cleaning device:
 (M) Drilling Instrumentation :
     1) Rig should be equipped with the following instruments of Martin Decker or equivalent New
          Generation instrumentation system i.e. Drill Watch, Touch Screen type digital and Analog
          display monitors at 3 rig stations with data acquisition and printing facilities for monitoring drilling
          parameters :

        i) Weight Indicator complete with accessories & suitable wire line anchor, (Martin Decker Type
             EB or equivalent,)
        ii) Mud Pump Pressure gauge assembly, Tong Torque assembly with indicator gauge, Rotary
             RPM, Rotary Torque & Both Mud Pump SPM indicator, Total SPM indicator, ton mile
             indicator
        iii) Mud Volume Totalizer with Loss & Gain alarm system for all the system tanks and Trip tank,
             mud temp. in & out
        iv) Mud flow fill and stroke indicating system with alarm, Return mud flow indicator with Alarm,
             HC / H2S gas detectors-2 Nos. each minimum

   Drilling Parameter Recorder (Minimum 7 Channel) to be provided for recording of Hook Load, ROP,
   Rotary Torque, RPM, SPM-1, SPM-2 & Pump pressure.
   However, in addition to above, the Bidder has to provide digital / analog display of applicable
   parameters.
     2) Totco or equivalent drift indicator with 0 - 16 deg double recorder complete with baffle plates of
          required sizes.
     3) Six Point Gas Detection System / Portable Gas Detectors with alarm and other accessories.
     4) Driller's Console: Weight Indicator, Remote mud pressure gauge, Tong Torque indicator, Rotary
          torque indicator, Rotary RPM, Both Mud pump SPM, Mud Mud Vol. Totalizer, Return Mud flow.
     5) Ton Mile Indicator
 (N) Casing Policy :
 The casing policy to be used will be one of the following:
 a) 20”/18 5/8” X 13 3/8" X 9 5/8" X 7” / 5 1/2" Casing.
 b) 20”/18 5/8”X 13 3/8" X 9 5/8"X 7" (Casing or Liner) X 5" liner.
 RIG ACCESSORIES:
 I. Well Control Equipment : (Along with sufficient OEM’s spares)
     BOPs must be of HYDRIL OR CAMERON OR SHAFFER OR T3 OR WOM make only.
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     BOPs of any other make will not be acceptable.
     All the offered BOP should be complied to API- 16A
 (A) Hydraulically operated BOP stack 21 1/4" - 2M W.P. consisting of following :
     1) Two nos. single ram BOP or one double ram BOP of 21 1/4"- 2M w.p complete with following
          ram assembly:
              (a) 5" O.D. Drill Pipe
              (b) Blind
              (c) 13 3/8" casing
     2) One no. Annular BOP 21 1/4"-2M W.P.
 (B) Hydraulically operated BOP stack 13 5/8"- 10 M W.P. consisting of following :
     1. One no. double ram BOP 13 5/8"- 10 M W.P. fitted with variable ram assembly 5" to 3 1/2" in
         upper cavity and Shear cum Blind ram in lower cavity complete with side outlets of 4 1/16” 10 M
         on both side below each ram with following extra ram assembly :
         9 5/8"casing, 7” casing and 5 ½” casings,
     2. One no. Single Ram BOP 13 5/8” – 10 M WP complete with 4 1/16” 10 M on both side below
         ram with 5”& 3 ½” D/Pipe Ram assemblies
     3. One no. Annular BOP 13 5/8"- 10 M with base flange of 13 5/8"-10 M.
 (C) Hydraulically operated BOP Stack 7 1/16” 10 M W.P. consisting of following:
     1. One no. double ram BOP 7 1/16"- 10 M w.p. fitted with variable ram assembly 2 3/8” to 3 1/2" in
        lower cavity and Shear cum Blind ram in upper cavity with 2 1/16” 10 M side outlets on each
        ram.
     2. One no. Annular BOP 7 1/16”-10 M
 (D) Choke & Kill Manifold :
     1. One no. choke manifold 4 1/16'' X 10 M, complete with two nos. manually & two nos.
        hydraulically operated chokes including control console showing all the necessary parameters.
     2. Kill Manifold- 2 1/16”/3 1/16” -10 M valve junction with Check valve
     3. One manual & one hydraulically operated gate valve on Choke side of BOP Side outlet. Size-4
        1/16”-10 M
     4. One manual & one hydraulically operated gate valve on Kill side of BOP Side outlet. Size-4
        1/16”-10 M
        Note: Details of side valve on choke & kill sides along with the drawings be provided for
        Technical evaluation.
 (E) BOP control unit : SARA-KOOMEY or Equivalent make
 One no. of 6 station BOP accumulator & control unit with two remote control panels capacity 200 gallons
 complete with skid mounted pipe racks to keep the control unit at about 100 ft. away from the well so as
 to open-close well control equipment system.
 (F) Adaptors & Spools :
 One set of required double studded adaptors flanges (DSAF) for all sizes of BOP stack compatible with
 Well heads of all sizes, C&K Manifolds connection, Drilling Spools with 4 1/16”-10 M side outlets on both
 sides, Spacer Spools (Riser) for each size of BOP to match with wellheads and choke & kill manifolds.
 Rig should have additional cross-over spools / adaptor flanges so as to match 2 M, 5M & 10M well
 heads and 13 5/8” X 10 M BOP Stack .
 (G) BOP TESTING UNIT, 10 M WP with recorder, Hoses, fittings etc.
 (H) One test stump of 10 M rating for surface pressure testing of BOP of all sizes.
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 (I) One no. of Inside Blow Out Preventer for 5" O.D. D/P with 10 M WP.
 NOTE: Bidder should bring adequate quantity of studs, nuts, ring gaskets for installation of above sizes
 of BOP stacks.
 II. DRILL STRING NEW AND UNUSED/ PREMIUM GRADE - RANGE –II
 (A) Drill Pipe :
      1. 5" O.D. - G-105, 3500 M
      2. 3½" O.D. - S-135, 1500 M
      3. 2-7/8” OD – G-105, 3500 M
      4. 2-3/8” OD-G-105, 1200 m
  Note:
      1. Drill pipe should be of API RP 7G.
      2. 10% Extra D/P in addition to above should be kept for tubular inspection.
      3. D/P having rough hard facing will not be accepted.
 (B) H.W.D.P. with hard banding on tool joints :
      1. 5" O.D. - 21 joints
      2. 3 1/2" O.D.- 12 joints
 (C) DRILL COLLARS (Spiral with elevator Zip groove & slip recess):
      1. 9 1/2” OD- 6 joints,
      2. 8" / 8 ¼”OD -18 joints,
      3. 6 ½ ”OD -30 joints,
      4. 4 3/4"OD - 18 joints
      5. 3 ½” OD-15 Joints-Plain (With Lifting Sub)
 (D) 8’’ / 8 ¼”short drill collar of length 10’ – 14’.-2 nos.
 (E)
      1. 5’’ short drill pipe G-105 of length 5’ / 10’ / 15’ – One no. each
      2. 3 ½’’ short drill pipe G-105 of length 5’ / 10’ / 15’ – One no. each
 (F) One lot of necessary Substitutes
 (G) One no. each of 5¼” Hexagonal Kelly & 3½” Hexagonal Kelly with following :
       (i) Upper Kelly Cock,10 M WP-1 No.
      (ii) Lower Kelly Cock, 10 M WP-1 No.
      (iii) Kelly saver Sub, 10 M WP-As per Requirement
  (H) FOSV-10 M WP-1 No.
 III DOWN HOLE TOOLS :
  A) One number of near bit & 2 nos. of string stabilizers easy replaceable or integral blade type for
      following holes :
      1. 23” (2 Nos.-only string stabilizers)
      2. 17½”
      3. 12¼”
      4. 8½”
      5. 6”
 B) Drilling Jar: 8”, 6 ½” & 4 ¾” – 2 no. each.
 Jar should be Double Acting Hydraulic Mechanical and should be of API make reputed manufacturer
 such as Dailey make, Houston Engineers / Smith make, National Oil Well (Griffith-vector) / NOV / Bowen
 make.
 IV HANDLING TOOLS :
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(A) Elevators
(i) 2 nos. of 13 3/8” – 14” Spider / Elevator of minimum capacity 350 ton dressed as elevator & spider
      complete with all accessories and slip assemblies to handle 5”, 5 1/2 “, 7”, 9 5/8” & 13.3/8” O.D.
      Casings
(ii) Side door elevators of the following casing sizes- 2 nos each:
       1. 18 5/8”: casing-150 ton.
       2. 13-3/8” casing – 250 ton.
       3. 9-5/8” casing-250 ton.
       4. 7” casing-250 ton.
       5. 5-1/2” casing-250 ton
       6. 5” Liner-100 ton (sleeve type elevator)
 (iii) 2 nos. each of centre latch elevator for following D/C:
       1. 9 ½” D/C – 100 Tons,
       2. 8” / 8 ¼” D/C – 100Tons,
       3. 6½” D/C – 100 Tons,
       4. 4 ¾”D/C – 65 Tons
       5. 3-1/2” D/C-65 Tons.
(iv) 2 nos. each of centre latch elevator for 5” O.D. D/P – 250 & 350 Tons.
 (v) 2 nos. of centre latch elevator for 3 ½” O.D. D/P – 200 Tons.
(vi) 2 nos. of centre latch elevator for 2 7/8" O.D. D/P - 100 Tons
 (vii) 2 nos. of centre latch elevator for 2 3/8" O.D. D/P - 100 Tons
 (viii) SJ Elevator complete with swivel and suspension assembly for following sizes of casing: 18 5/8”,
       13 3/8", 9 5/8", 7", 5½" & 5”.
 (B) Hydraulic / Pneumatic Tubular handling Spinner / Tong:
 (i) One set of Hydraulic / Pneumatic Pipe Spinner for 2-3/8” to 5" Tubular.
 (ii) Hydraulic casing tong complete with hydraulic power unit, standard accessories for 5", 5½", 7", 9 5/8",
      13 3/8",18 5/8” casing.
 (C) Bit Breakers :
 One no. each bit breaker for 23”, 17 1/2", 12 1/4", 8 1/2" & 6" TCR bits
 (D) Slips :
 (i) Multi segment slips for all sizes of Casing: 18 5/8”, 13 3/8”, 9 5/8”, 7”, 5 ½” & 5”.
 (ii) Multi segment slips for all sizes of drill collars.
 (ii) Extra long rotary slip complete with inserts for 5" D/P – 2 no.
 (iii) Medium slips complete with inserts for each 2 3/8”, 2 7/8” & 3 ½” D/P – 2 no. each.
 (E) Safety Clamps :
 (i) One set of safety clamps to handle 9-1/2”, 8"/8 ¼”, 6 1/2" & 4 3/4" & 3 ½” D/C.
 (F) Elevator Links :
(i) One set of 2 3/4" X 108" (min.) weld less Links of capacity 350 T,
(ii) One set of 3 1/2" X 132" (min.) weld less Links of capacity 500 T.
 (G) Rotary Tong :
 One set of rotary tong of required capacity & capability to handle all Tubular :
     i) Casing : 18 5/8”, 13 3/8”, 9 5/8”, 7”, 5 ½” & 5” OD
     ii) D/P       : 5”, 3 ½” ,2 7/8” & 2 3/8” OD
     iii) D/C : 9 ½”, 8” , 6 ½”, 4 ¾” & 3 ½” OD
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 (H) Quick Release Casing Thread Protectors :
         One set consisting 3 nos. of each size of CLAMP-ON or equivalent thread protectors for above
         casings.
 V FISHING TOOLS :
       Fishing tools must be of any of the following makes :
 i) NOV (Bowen/ Griffith), ii)Weatherford, iii) Smith Intl iv) Hydril, v) Baker
      Oil Tools.
 (A) Over shots :
   (1) 11 1/4" O.D., FS, Series 150, BOWEN or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing &
         circulating overshot with 11 1/4" O.D. standard lip guide for operation in 17 1/2" hole complete with
         the following :
  (a) 1 no. 11 1/4" O.D. 36" long extension sub,
  (b) 1 no.15"O.D. oversize lip guide for operation in 17 1/2" hole.
  (c) 1 no. 11 1/4" O.D. wall hook guide 42" long.
  (d) One lot of all the required grapples & packers to suit all sizes of D/P &D/C.
  (2) 8 1/4" O.D., FS, Series 150, BOWEN or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing &
         circulating overshot with 8 1/4" O.D. standard lip guide for operation in 8 1/2" hole complete with
         the following :
           (a) 1 no. 8 1/4" O.D. 42" long ex tension sub,
         (b) 1 no. 15"O.D. oversize lip guide for operation in 17 1/2" hole.
         (c) 1 no. 11"O.D. oversize lip guide for operation in 12 1/4" hole.

         (d) 1 no. 8 1/4" O.D. wall hook guide 42" long.
          (e) One lot of all the required grapples & packers to suit all sizes of D/P & D/C.
 (3) 8 1/8" O.D., SH, Series 150, max catch size (spiral) 7”OD, max catch size(basket) 63/8” OD, BOWEN
      or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing & circulating overshot with 8 1/8" O.D.
      standard lip guide for operation in 8 1/2" hole complete with the following :
          (a) 1 no. 8 1/8" O.D. 42" long ex tension sub,
          (b) 1 no. 15"O.D. oversize lip guide for operation in 17 1/2" hole.
          (c) 1 no. 11"O.D. oversize lip guide for operation in 12 1/4" hole.
          (d) 1 no. 8 1/8" O.D. wall hook guide 42" long.
          (e) One lot of all the required grapples & packers to suit all sizes of D/P & D/C.
 (4) 4 1/2" O.D., SH, Series 150 max catch size (spiral) 3-21/32”OD, max catch size(basket)          3-1/8”
      OD,, BOWEN or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing & circulating overshot
      with 4 ½” O.D. standard lip guide complete with the following :
           (a) 1 no. 4 ½” O.D. 36" long extension sub,
           (b) One lot of all the required grapples & packers to suit all sizes of D/P & D/C & tubing.

 (5) 5 3/4" O.D., SFS, Series 150, BOWEN or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing &
      circulating overshot with 5 3/4" O.D. standard lip guide complete with the following :
          (a) 1 no. 5 3/4" O.D. 36" long extension sub,
          (b) Oversize guide for above over-shots for use in 6” hole / 7” casing- 1no.
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 (6) 3 5/8" O.D., SFS, Series 150, BOWEN or equivalent of other make as mentioned above, releasing &
 circulating overshot with 3 5/8" O.D. standard lip guide complete with the following :
           (a) 1 no. 3 5/8" O.D. 36" long extension sub,
           (b) Oversize guide for above over-shots for use in 5” liner / 5 1/2” casing- 1no.
           (c) One lot of all the required grapples & packers to suit all sizes of D/P & D/C
 Note: 1. Spare packers, basket grapples & spiral grapples for all catch sizes as above.
          2. Mill Controls for grapples.
 (B) Hydraulic Jar:
 One no. each Type “Z” Bowen or equivalent of other make as mentioned above of 7 ¾”, 6 ¼”, 4 ¾” & 3
 ¾” OD Oil Jar.
 (C) Safety Joint :
 One set each "BOWEN" or equivalent of other make as mentioned above safety joint to suit different
 fishing tools.
 (D) Reverse Circulation Junk Basket :
 "BOWEN" or equivalent of other make as mentioned above R.C.J.B. complete with accessories of size
 15", 11", 7-7/8",5-1/8" & 4” O.D. for hole sizes of 17 1/2", 12 1/4", 8 1/2" and 6" hole and 5” liner
 respectively.

 (E) Junk Subs :
 "BOWEN" or equivalent of other make as mentioned above Junk Sub complete with accessories as
 follows :
 Junk Sub O.D. X Cup I.D.        Hole Size
      a) 1 no. 12 7/8" X 11 5/8"           17 1/2"
      b) 1 no. 9 5/8" X 8 17/32"           12 1/4"
      c) 1 no. 6 5/8" X 5 15/16"            8 1/2"
     d) 1 no. 5" X 4 1/16"                         6"

 (F) Fishing Magnet :
  One no. each of "BOWEN" or equivalent of other make as mentioned above Fishing Magnet of 10 1/2",
 7" , 5" ,4” O.D.

  (G) Junk Mill:
   One no. each of "BOWEN" or equivalent of other make as mentioned above Junk Mill of 12", 8 ¼”, 5
 3/4", 4.1/2” O.D. dressed with crushed Sintered Tungsten Carbides.

 (H) Bumper Sub:
      a) 6 ¼” OD for 8 ½” Hole size
      b) 7 ¾” OD for 12 ¼” Hole size
  (I) Casing Spears: ITCO Type
      For 9 5/8”, 5 ½” –One each

 VI. FIRE FIGHTING & SAFETY EQUIPMENT:



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 Fire fighting equipments on the Rig should be as per the requirement of OISD Std. 189. The type and the
 list of Firefighting equipment/ Fire extinguisher available at Drill site at different working place should be
 as given below.

 Type of Area                                                 Portable extinguisher

 1. Derrick Floor.                                       2 nos. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher
                 [

 2. Main Engine area.                                   1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher for each Engine.
                        [

 3. Electric motor/Pump for water                   1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher.
    circulation For mud preparation.
 4. Mud gunning pump are                1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher for each Mud gunning pump
     [

 5. Electric Control room (PCR)                   1 no. 6.8 Kg. CO2 Extinguisher for each unit
                                                       1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher for each unit.
 6. Mud mixing tank area/chemical lab.         1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher.
 7. Diesel storage area.                           1 no. 50 liters Mechanical Foam extinguisher.
                                                     1 no. 50 Kg. DCP Extinguishers.
                                                    2 nos. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguishers.
                                                    2 nos. sand bucket or½’ sand Drum with Spade.
 8. Lube storage area.                            1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher.
                                                    1 no. sand bucket stand.
 9. Air compressor area.                         1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher
 10. Fire pump area.                             1 no. 10 Kg. DCP Extinguisher
 11. Near DIC office.                            1 no. Fire Extinguisher Shed with 3 nos. 10 Kg. DCP
                                                   Extinguisher and 2 nos. sand bucket.
 12. Fire Bell near bunk house                 1 no.

 13. Fixed fire fighting system                1 Set
 VII. CORING TOOLS :
 One no. 6 ¼” /6 ¾” X 4” X 30 Ft. Core Barrel CHRISTENSEN / REED-HYCALOG/ HALIBURTON make
 complete with all accessories, handling tools & stabilizer along with necessary cutter, end caps and
 clamps.

 VIII. COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
      a. One set of suitable Radio Wireless Communication arrangement from Rig to ONGC Base Office.
      OR
         Alternately WLL/ FCT (Fixed Cellular terminal) communication.
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 IX. LOGISTIC SUPPORT :-
          1) One 20 / 40 Tons Hyd.-Long Boom Crane for material handling at site.
          2) One Emergency Vehicle,
          3) One Mini Truck.
          4) One Light Vehicle for round the clock monitoring of operation
 IX (a). OTHER EQUIPMENT & ACC: - As per requirement of Contractor.

 X. DSA: Suitable DSA for contractor's personnel / ONGC / third party personnel of ONGC with medical
 facility, recreation and office.
 DSA & Office requirement of ONGC
        1. 1 no. A/C Office cum accommodation Bunk house for company man with Table chair,
           Almirah, attached toilet, Computer, Printer, photo copier and other office facilities.
        2. 1 No. A/C Bunk house office accommodation with same office facility mentioned at Sl. No.1
           having two equal partition for Mud and Geology Officers.
        3. 1 No. A/C bunk house having two single bed accommodations (one in each partition) with
           attached bathroom & toilet.
        4. 1 No. A/C small conference bunk for meeting at site-10-12 persons
        5. Need base accommodations for 10 – 12 nos. extra persons of ONGC or its third party
           personnel at DSA will be provided by the contractor on payment basis as per contract
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                                (TO BE FILLED IN BY BIDDER FOR OFFERED RIG)

1.      Contractor __________________________________________________

2.      Rig Name___________________________________________________

3.      Type & Design________________________________________________

4.      Date of construction_________________

5.      Drill Unit         : Bidder to confirm categorically that all the offered equipments are compatible
        with the drilling depth rating of the rig.

        i.    Depth rating of rig___________ Basis________
        ii. Hoisting equipment_______________________
        iii. Mast (derrick) Mfgr.________ size___________
              Load capacity (Tones)_______ Racking capacity_______
              Last Inspection________________ by_________
        iv. Draw works : Mfgr.________ Model________
              Power__________
        v. Hydraulic cat head unit : Mfgr_________ Model_______
        vi. Crown Block Mfgr.________ Model________ Capacity_______
        vii. Travelling Block mfgr.______ Model________Capacity_______
        viii. Drilling hook :        Mfgr._________ Model_________ Capacity__________
        ix. (a) Top Drive System – Electrical
                 Mfgr___________ Model____________ Capacity__________
                 Torque rating – Continuous __________at___________RPM
                 Intermittent __________at __________ RPM
                 Power requirement___________ Power source_________
              (b) Inside BOP : Rating Upper___________ psi, Lower_________ psi
              (c) Pipe Handler details : Mfgr.___________ Model_____________
                 Tonnage Capacity____________ Torque_____________
6.      Drill Pipe Elevators

        i)                 Size____Mfgr____Model______Capacity_______
              Last inspection _________ by _____
        ii)                Size_____ Mfgr _____ Model ______ Capacity ______
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             Last inspection __________ by _____
        iii)Size_____ Mfgr .____ Model ______ Capacity ______
             Last inspection _______ by ______
7.      Elevator links
        i.   Size ____ Mfgr ____ Model ______ Capacity_______
              Last inspection _________ by _____
        ii. Size_____ Mfgr _____ Model ______ Capacity ______
              Last inspection __________ by _____
8       Pipe rack

        a.
        b.
9.      Drilling line size and type________________
10.     Rotating equipment

        a. Rotary table
             Mfgr.____________ Model __________ size ________
             Power __________
        b) Swivel
             Mfgr ____________ Model __________ Rated load ________
        c) Kelly
             Mfgr _________________ size and type _________
             Mfgr _________________ size and type _________
        d) Kelly cock (Upper )
             Mfgr _________________ Size _______ Rating______________
             Mfgr _________________ Size _______ Rating______________
        e)    Kelly cock ( Lower)
             Mfgr _________________ Size _______ Rating______________
             Mfgr _________________ Size _______ Rating______________
11.     Drilling instrumentation (list drilling recorders etc installed)

        Weight Indicator : Make ___________, Model ________________
        Mud Gauge Assembly : Make ___________, Model ________________
        Tong Torque Indicating system : Make ________, Model ______________
        Rotary RPM : Make ___________, Model ________________
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        Rotary Torque : Make ___________, Model ________________
        Mud Pump SPM / Techo meter system: Make ________, Model _________
        Pit Volume Totalizer : Make ___________, Model ________________
        Mud Flow Fill : Make ___________, Model ________________
12.     Circulating System:
        a)       Mud Pumps

               Mfgr.        Model         HP       Available       Power           Discharge      Max.
                                                    Liner                                       Pressure
                1
                2

        Details of Pulsation Dampner
        Details of Super Charger Pumps

        b)             Rotary hose: Nos.____ Size _____ Length___ Pressure Rating ___

        c)             Mud Storage Tanks

              S.N         USE           Dimensions         Volume          Agitators           Mud Guns
               1
               2
               3
               4
               5
               6

        i)             Trip Tank
                       (Complete with Centrifugal pump & Mud Level indicator readable from Driller’s station)

                       Capacity (bbl)                   Centrifugal pump details

        ii)            Slug Pit

                       Capacity (bbl)                   Centrifugal pump details

        iii)           Chemical Mixing Tank

                       Capacity (bbl)                   Centrifugal pump details


13.     Mud Mixing Equipment

        LP Hoppers Qty.:________ Size _______

        Jet Shearing Device (provide details) ___________
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14      Jet Shearing Device (provide details) ___________

15.     Flow indicator

16.     Linear Motion Mud Cleaner Mfgr.____ Model ________ capacity_______
17.     SHALE SHAKERS
        a)     Linear Motion Shale Shakers

        Mfgr._______ Model ________ Capacity_________

        Mfgr._______ Model ________ Capacity_________

        The above shale shakers will be provided with screens of 20 – 250 mesh sizes.

        b)       Screen Washer : High Pressure Low Volume Water Spray System:

18.     Vacuum Degasser Mfgr._______ Model ________ Capacity_________

19      (a)       Mud Gas separator : Mfgr.___ Model_______ Capacity______
                 (poor-boy degasser)
        (b)      De-sander capacity of 900 - 1100 G.P.M. : Mfgr._______ Model ________
                 Capacity_________

20      Power Packs : No. of Engine______ Mfgr. ________ Model_______ HP___

21.     No. of Alternators _______ Mfgr._________ Model__________ KW_____
        Other details________

22.     Power Management
        (SCR System Or VFD System)

        Maximum Power available on Bus Bar_____________

        Is the SCR system Or VFD System compatible with the installed power packs______________

23.     Choke / Kill manifold : Size__________ Rating___________

14.     Chokes :

        i.    Type _______________ Rating __________
        ii. Type _______________ Rating __________
        iii. Type _______________ Rating __________
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             size    Mfgr. & Rating      Response     Gallons to Gallons to   Closing   Opening
                      Type    Psi          Time        Close      Open         Ratio     Ratio




26.     Available rams (Specify sizes):

27.     Kill & Choke Valves (main stack) :

        i)          Mfgr. & type_________ Size______Rating________Hyd.Optd.________
        ii)         Mfgr. & type_________ Size______Rating________Hyd.Optd.________
        iii)        Mfgr. & type_________ Size______Rating________Hyd.Optd.________
        iv)         Mfgr. & type_________ Size______Rating________Hyd.Optd.________

28.     No. of Side Outlets_________ Location __________

        Provide complete BOP stack Diagram.

29.     X over spools for BOPs to match 2000 psi, 5000 psi & 10,000 psi well head

        a)
        b)
        c)
        d)

30.     Spacer spool (i)Size___________ Rating____________ Length________
                         (ii) Size___________ Rating____________ Length_________

31.     B.O.P handling system

32.     (a)         BOP Control system

                    Manufacturer :

                    No. of Accumulator Bottles_______ Mfgr. __________Type_______

                    Charge Pr._____ Rated Volume each bottle_____ Usable Volume each bottled___

                    Total volume to open and close all preventers
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                 Operating Pressure_______ Total Volume ______Surplus Volume____%

        (b)      BOP Remote Control Panel Location: Drill Floor__ Tool Pusher office__
                 Other Location____

        (c)      Whether BOP control system meets API regulations:_____________

33.     BOP testing equipment & tools :-

        TUBULAR GOODS:

34.     Drill Pipe

        i)       Amount___________ Size OD______ ID________ weight ppf_________

                 Grade___________ Condition ______________ Range__________

                 Tool Joint_________ Size and Weight_________

        ii)      Amount___________ Size OD______ ID________ weight ppf_________

                 Grade___________ Condition ______________ Range__________

                 Tool Joint_________ Size and Weight_________

        iii)     Amount___________ Size OD______ ID________ weight ppf_________

                 Grade___________ Condition ______________ Range__________

              Tool Joint_________ Size and Weight_________
35.     HEAVY – WEIGHT DRILL PIPE
        i)       Amount___________ Size OD______ ID________ weight ppf_________
                 Grade___________ Condition ______________ Range__________
                 Tool Joint_________ Size and Weight_________
        ii)      Amount___________ Size OD______ ID________ weight ppf_________
                 Grade___________ Condition ______________ Range__________
                 Tool Joint_________ Size and Weight_________
36.     DRILL COLLARS
        i)       Amount_________ Size: OD_____ID_____ weight ppf_______

                 Length_______ Spiral______ Connection________ Condition_____

        ii)      Amount_________ Size: OD_____ID_____ weight ppf_______

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                    Length_______ Spiral______ Connection________ Condition_____

        iii)        Amount_________ Size: OD_____ID_____ weight ppf_______

                    Length_______ Spiral______ Connection________ Condition_____
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        iv)         Amount_________ Size: OD_____ID_____ weight ppf_______

                    Length_______ Spiral______ Connection________ Condition_____

        v)          Inspection schedule on all Tubulars, when last inspected and by whom: ____________

37.     Drilling Jars

             i)      Size______ Make / Model______ Qty______

             ii)     Size______ Make / Model______ Qty______

             iii)    Size______ Make / Model______ Qty______

38.     List of pup joints:

39.     Lifting Subs :_______________________

40.     Cross over subs (Detailed list to be submitted)

        Confirm categorically to provide all Cross over subs matching to Contractor drill string, fishing
        tools, and contractor supplied equipment and for bits as per casing policy to be
        used______________ .

41.     Bit Subs ____________________________________

42.     Bit Breakers __________________________________

43.     HANDLING TOOLS (provide details of each tool)

        Tongs _________________________________

        Slips ___________________________________

        Drill Collar Elevators _______________________

        Safety Clamps____________________________

        Pneumatic / Hydraulic Drill Pipe Spinning Wrench
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        Confirm providing all required Tubing Handling Tools for 2 3/8” – 5 1/2” size range
        _____________

44.     Casing Handling Tools:

        Casing Size                Single Elevator Elevator        Slips            Tongs

        For 18 5/8” Casing
        For 13-3/8” Casing
        For 9-5/8” Casing
        For 7” Casing
        For 5 1/2” / 5” Casing
45.     Spider, Elevator / Slips for 350 ton load
        ______________
        ______________
46.     Casing Hydraulic Power Tong ______ Model ________ Size Range________
        Make________ Nos._______

47.     Other Drilling Tools:
        i)       Core Barrel along with Handling tools, Stabilizers & all accessories provided
                 Make ____ Size: OD ____ ID _____ Length_______________

        ii)      Casing Circulating Heads_______________

        iii)     ___________________________________
48.     Kelly Spinner: Make_________ Model___________
49.
        (a)      Drift Indicator : Make _______ Range(degrees)______________
        (b)      Wire line winch : Make ______ Wire line size _______ capacity____
50.     Inside BOP
        i)       Make/Model_______ Size: OD______ID_______ Connection______
                 Pressure Rating_______ Qty._____
        ii)      Make/Model _______Size: OD ____ ID ________Connection______
                 Pressure Rating_______ Qty._____
51.     -        Welding Gensets, Gas Cutters, Torches and accessories.

        -        All other miscellaneous equipments required for Rig and drilling
52.     Rig should be equipped with Detection equipment to detect Combustible & sour gases as per
        international practices.
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53.     Ventilation and Air-conditioning System


54.     GENERAL INFORMATION (if any)




Date__________                                                   Signature of the Bidder




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                                                                                         Appendix - 2

 SCHEDULE OF RESPONSIBILITIES FOR DRILLING EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND
 SERVICES
                                         (Type II 1400 HP Drilling Rig )

Sr.    Description                                         To be Provided by          At cost of
No                                                       Contractor ONGC       Contractor     ONGC
A.     DRILLING UNIT & EQUIPMENT
i)     Drilling Rig and Equipment as specified in                 X                X
       Annexure – III.B.2.
ii)    Rig and Equipment maintenance spares                       X                X
       including running supplies, spares,
       replacement parts and services for the
       operation of Contractor’s equipment.
iii)   Drilling locations, access roads, cellar pits,                      X                   X
       foundations, oil waste pit and sanitary pits,
       water pit (including technical water pit) and
       internal site hard surfacing, fencing.
iv)    For DSA :                                                           X                   X
        A) Land for DSA / Camp
       B) Development of hardened land with                                X                   X
       internal road suitable for movement of 40
       Ton crane.
       C) Fencing with security shed                                       X                   X
       D) Septic Tank                                             X                X
       E) Sump for potable water and Overhead                     X                X
       Tank.
       F) Any other requirement other than                        X                X
           above
       For DSA approach road :                                             X                   X
        A ) Land for approach road
      B) Development of approach road suitable
      for movement of 40 Ton Crane                                         X                   X
      C ) Any other requirement other than                        X                X
          above
v)    Necessary arrangement / civil works for bunk                X                X
      houses placement and accessible for all
      seasons, matching with general ground level
      of surrounding areas .
B.    UTILITIES
i)    Industrial water supply to drill site and camp              X                X
ii)   Laying and maintenance of water supply pipe                 X                X
      lines etc. at drill site and camp area.
iii)  Water storage tanks on drilling rigs and camp               X                X
iv)   Potable / drinking water.(for drill site & camp             X                X
v) a. High speed Diesel Oil for Drilling Unit & all               X                X
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        its Equipment at the drill site.
        Note:-
        Variation in the price of HSD both plus and
        minus after the date of Un-priced bid will
        be applicable with effect from the date on
        which such variation takes place and such
        variation in price both plus and minus shall
        be adjusted from the Monthly invoices. For
        the purpose of claiming the variation in rate
        of HSD, Contractor shall submit the
        necessary supporting documents like
        Invoice copy. Further, the contractor shall
        have to indicate the daily consumption of
        the HSD for Drilling Unit & all its equipment
        including Mud Treatment at the site in the
        DPR / IADC report.
 b.     HSD for camp & transport vehicle                          X           X
vi)     Fuel storage tanks ( at rig site & camp)                  X           X
vii)    Lubricants, greases and hydraulic operating               X           X
        fluids for drilling rig equipment
viii    Tool joint thread compounds for drill string              X           X
ix)     Casing & tubing thread compounds                              X           X
 x)     Crude oil for mud for completing well and oil                 X           X
        emulsion & other special drilling and
        completion fluids.
        Crude oil / HSD for liquidating down hole
        complication.
xi)     All drilling mud fluids chemicals and mud                 X           X
        additives. (IWC SCOPE)
xii)    Bentonite and barite (IWC SCOPE)                          X           X
xiii)   All cement (IWC SCOPE)                                            X           X
xiv)    All cement additives (IWC SCOPE)                          X           X
xv)     All personnel safety kit and liveries for                 X           X
        Contractor’s personnel
xvi     All personnel safety kit and liveries for ONGC                    X           X
        personnel
xvii    a. Communication system at site and camp.                 X           X
        b. Radio link /Suitable Communication                     X           X
        system with ONGC base.
xviii   Spare parts and operating supplies for tools              X           X
        & equipment owned by Contractor.
C.      WELL EQUIPMENT
i) a    All casing & tubing.                                              X           X
   b    Float shoe, stage collar, float collar and other                  X           X
        accessories required for Casing &
        Cementation

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      c   Wellheads, X-mas trees                                       X       X
ii)       Casing and tubing handling tools                         X       X
iii)a     Drill Bits                                                   X       X
iii) b    Core Bit                                                 X           X
iv)       Handling tools for drill string.                         X       X
v)        Drill pipes, drill collars & other drill string          X       X
          components.
vi)       Stabilizers and Core Barrel with handling                X       X
          tool.
vii)      Fishing tools for Contractor’s string and                X       X
          services.
viii)     Special Fishing Service                                      X       X
ix)       Non directional deviation surveys equipment              X       X
x)        Replacement rubber goods, elements,                      X       X
          gaskets seals, packing and all normal
          consumables for annular type preventers,
          ram type preventers, BOP stack and
          controls.
xi)       Blow out preventers, choke & kill lines                  X       X
          controls, Handling, Running, Testing &
          Retrieving tools (for retrieving cup tester etc.
          if the same is stuck in BOP during BOP
          testing) including spares required during
          periodic testing.
xii)      Blow out preventer operating fluids                      X       X
xiii)     Mud pump piston and liner of various sizes               X       X
          as required and directed by ONGC and / or
          mutually agreed
D.        Transportation
i)        A standby emergency vehicle / ambulance at               X       X
          the site round the clock
ii)       All transportation of Contractor’s expatriate /          X       X
          National personnel between point of hire and
          place of residence in country of operation or
          other agreed point.
iii)      Land, Air, Rail transportation of Contractor’s           X       X
          local and expatriate personnel to Drilling rig.
iv)       Automobile transportation for Contractor’s               X       X
          personnel at base / camp as deemed
          necessary.
v)        Adequate office at base for Contractor                   X       X
vi)       Labour on the Drilling rig to load and unload            X       X
          all operator’s equipment, materials and
          supplies. Such materials include casing
          pipes and other well consumables to be
          supplied by ONGC.

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vii)       Cranes & oil field trucks / trailers along with            X       X
           operators and drivers required for the
           transportation of rig and equipment.
viii)      Crane along with its operator for use during               X       X
           drilling operation including handling of
           ONGC’s material at site.
E.         INTEGRATED DRILLING SERVICES
I          Communication Services                                     X       X
ii         Drilling, Coring, Liner hanger (Liner Hanger,              X       X
           Liner hanger running tool and Liner hanger
           expert will be provided by ONGC) and
           casing running in.
iii        Cementing Services (IWC SCOPE)                             X       X
           All cementing equipment with associated                    X       X
           manpower
iv         Mud Engineering Services (IWC SCOPE)                       X       X
v          Wire line Logging service                                      X       X
F          PERMITS AND LICENSES
i          Recommendatory letters to various                              X   X
           authorities for communication system/ radio
           permits and licenses only.
ii         All permits and licenses required for drilling                 X       X
           and to permit access thereto .
iii        Work permits, restricted area permit and visa              X       X
           for Contractor’s personnel.
iv         All permits and licenses required for Drilling             X       X
           Rig and Integral Drilling Service equipment
G          MISCELLANEOUS
i          Catering including meals and medical                       X       X
           services ( first aid only) at the Drilling rig for
           all Contractor’s personnel
      ii   Pollution control as per DGMS and other                        X       X
           statutory agency’s requirement (If any issue
           arises with CPCB / GSPCB for use of KCL
           then ONGC will take up the matter with the
           authorities).
     iii   Catering including meal, accommodation                     X           X
           including entertainment facilities of the same
           standard as for contractor’s officers and
           medical services (first aid only) for ONGC/ its
           third party personnel at Rs. 450/day/person
           and in case the person does not stay
           overnight on rig and takes only meals, Rs.
           100/meal.
           Furnished camp accommodation for                           X       X
     iv    Contractor’s and ONGC’s personnel free of
           charge and maintenance thereof.

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       Management and maintenance of camp and                     X       X
 v
       catering facility.
       Welding consumables for welding operator                   X       X
vi
       furnished equipment.
       Personnel for drilling unit ( list of crew for rig         X       X
vii
       operations should be indicated)
       Handling and storage at drill site of ONGC                 X       X
viii
       material.
       Any over time payment or extra remuneration                X       X
ix     to Contractor’s crew for any reason including
       Indian / State Laws whatsoever.
       All safety equipment and maintenance of                    X       X
 x
       various safety records.
       Any special installation ( including services                  X       X
xi
       for controlling Blowout and fire)
xii    SECURITY AT DRILL SITE and DSA                             X       X
xiii   Disposal of waste pit water at Drill site                  X       X




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                                                                                           Appendix-3
                                       LIST OF (PERSONNEL) CREW

A. RIG CREW :
   The following is the minimum category and number of Personnel required to be provided by the
   Contractor for the rig for two shift operation. The Contractor may deploy additional personnel for
   maintenance / operation/ supervision / training / inspection at their cost. ONGC shall make no
   payment for additional personnel so deployed.
   List of all crew personnel with bio-data, proof of qualification and experience etc. shall be submitted
   for approval of Head Drilling Service, Ahmedabad Asset, before commencement of work. During the
   execution of the contract, for replacement of any personnel deployed The Contractor shall submit bio-
   data of such personnel for approval of Head Drilling Service, Ahmedabad Asset at least 05 working
   days in advance having requisite qualification & experience as on date of such request.

         Sr. No.      Personnel                                                            Nos.
           1.         Project Coordinator                                                    1
           2.         Drilling Superintendent                                                1
           3.         Tool Pusher                                                            1
           4.         Tour Pusher                                                            1
           5.         Chief Mechanic                                                         1
           6.         Mechanic                                                               2
           7.         Chief Electrician                                                      1
           8.         Electrician                                                            2
           9.         Driller                                                                2
           10.        Asstt. Driller                                                         2
           11.        Derrick man                                                            4
           12.        Rig man / Floor man / Roughneck                                        8
           13.        Crane Operator                                                         1
           14.        Roustabout / Unskilled labour                                         10
           15.        Welder                                                                 1
           16.        Safety Officer                                                         1
           17.        Doctor                                                                 1
           18.        Coordinator-Mud Services                                               1
           19.        Mud Engineer                                                           2
           20.        Coordinator- Base Engineer/ Supervisor - Cementing                     1
                      Services
           21.        Cementing Operator                                                    2
           22.        Cementing Technician                                                  4

B.      THE EXPERIENCE OF KEY PERSONNEL :
DRILLING RIG:
       a.   Chief Mechanic & Chief Electrician must have three years experience of their respective
            position, out of which at least one year should be on the type of rig offered and should be
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        b.     Drilling Superintendent, Tool Pusher, Tour Pusher, Driller, Asstt. Driller, must have
               minimum 3 years experience in their respective position. All above persons should be fluent
               in English.
        c.     The details of all personnel i.e. data, proof of qualification etc. shall be submitted to Head
               Drilling Service, Ahmedabad Asset before commencement of the work.
        d.     In case of key personnel, as indicated above, who have put in a minimum of five (5) years
               experience in the respective post and if the Contractor intends to promote such personnel
               to the next higher post, may do so, provided such personnel are exposed & given vigorous
               on the job training for at least six (6) months to take up the responsibility of the next higher
               post. Contractor shall be required to submit each case for approval of Head Drilling
               Service, Ahmedabad Asset. However, such approvals shall be subjected to review by Head
               Drilling Service, Ahmedabad Asset based on the performance of the individual on the
               promoted post.
        e.     Drilling Superintendent, Tool-pusher, & Drillers should have valid IWCF certified Well
               Control Certificates.
        f.     Chief Electrician / Electrician must possess valid electrical supervisor Certificate of
               Competency covering mines area issued by any State licensing Board and should
               conversant with Oil Mines Regulations and electricity rules.
        g.     All records of QHSE, OISD, DGMS, Pollution and Oil Mines are to be maintained by the
               Contractor.
        h.     All type of BOP / Fire & Safety drills to be carried out as per QHSE, OISD, DGMS and Mines
               Rules & guidelines.
        i.     Experience of personnel and minimum requirement for Mud services-As per Scope of Work for
               Mud Services-Appendix -7
        j.     Experience of personnel and minimum requirement for Cementing services-As per Scope of
               Work for Cementing Services-Appendix -8




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                                                                                         Appendix-4

                      SHORT DEPLOYMENT RATES FOR RIG CREW PERSONNEL

               Sr.     Category                                 Short Deployment Rates
               No.                                                      (US $)
                1      Project Coordinator                                200
                2      Drilling Superintendent                            150
                3      Tool Pusher                                        150
                4      Tour Pusher                                        150
                5      Chief Mechanic                                     100
                6      Mechanic                                            50
                7      Chief Electrician                                  100
                8      Electrician                                         50
                9      Driller                                            100
               10      Asstt. Driller                                      75
               11      Derrickman                                          30
               12      Rig man / Floor man / Roughneck                     25
               13      Crane Operator                                      30
               14      Roustabout / Unskilled labour                       20
               15      Welder                                              25
               16      Safety Officer                                     100
               17      Doctor                                              50
               18.     Coordinator-Mud Services                           150
               19.     Mud Engineer                                       100
               20.     Coordinator- Base Engineer/ Supervisor -           150
                       Cementing Services
               21.     Cementing Operator                                  75
               22.     Cementing Technician                                30




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                                                                                                           Appendix-5

                                       DETAILS OF THE RIG OFFERED
                                         (For Type II -1400 HP Rig)
                              (TO BE INCLUDED IN THE UNPRICED BID)
1.      Name of the bidder                                       :            ……………

2.      Name and type of the rig Offered             :           ...................

3.      Name and address of the owner of the rig :               ...................

4.      Rig offered on lease/proposed                :           ...................
        purchase/ownership basis

5.      Year of make of the Rig                   :              ...................
        (Date & month on which the
         rig was delivered ex-yard to be mentioned)

6.      Present location                             :           ...................

7.      Present Operator                                         :            ...................

8.      Date by which the rig will be
        mobilized as per Commercial
        BEC of the bid document                                  :            ....................

9.      Place from where the rig will
        be mobilised against this contract           :           ....................

10.     Place to where the rig will
        be Demobilised at the expiry
        of this contract                             :           ....................

11.     Date & place of recent                       :           ...................
        Inspection of rig, if any

12      Status of equipment of the Rigs to be filled as per table given in Appendix-1 of BEC.



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                                                                                      Appendix-6
                           ACTIVITY WISE APPLICABILITY OF
        RIG OPERATING DAY RATE (RODR) AND RIG NON-OPERATING DAY RATE (NODR)

OPERATIONS                                                           RODR   NODR
Drilling Rat Hole & Mouse Hole                                       X
Drilling                                                             X
Coring                                                               X
Round tripping with Contractor’s Drill Pipe                          X
Circulating Mud                                                      X
Reaming, Hole opening & Conditioning Hole                            X
DST & Special Operation with Contractor’s Drill Pipe                 X
Stands making up and breaking down                                   X
Drilling out cement, float collar & float shoe                       X
Production tests with Contractor’s Drill Pipe                        X
Any other operation with the use of Contractor’s Drill Pipe          X
Casing Running in and Circulation                                    X
Cementing                                                                   X
W.O.C. (Waiting on Cement) & Well under observation during                  X
Production Testing, Compressor Applications During Production
Testing.
Waiting after application of spotting fluid, Well Under VSP Party,          X
Well Kept Under Pressure after placement of Cement Plug
(W.O.C), Well Closed for Bottom Hole Study.
Assembling & disassembling BOP & Well heads                                 X
Electro logging operations                                                  X
Special operations with ONGC’s Drill Pipe or tubing                  X
Mixing or conditioning mud with Drill string inside the hole         X
Production test with ONGC’s Drill Pipe or tubing.                           X
(Note: During Production Testing if draw works or mud pumps are
put into operation, only that period will be considered for RODR).
Waiting on orders or materials to be supplied by ONGC                       X
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                                                                                                   Appendix-7
                               Scope of Work for Integrated MUD SERVICES
        It is planned to drill three numbers of Exploratory HTHP wells as specified in following table with
Integrated Services:

Sl     Field      Well      Profile     Target     Tentative         Expected     Expected     Expected     PEL/ML
                                        Depth, m   Casing Policy     Press. at    Temp at      Temp in      Category
                                                                     TD           TD           12 ¼” hole
                                                   18 5/8” :300m                                            Sanand
                   SAAV                            13 3/8” :1700m                                 920C      ML
 1      Sanand               Vertical     3300                       Hyd+60%        1470C
                   (Expl)                          9 5/8” : 2400m                               at 1900m    Eligible
                                                   5 ½” : 3300m
                                                   18 5/8” : 300m                                           Kalol
                   KLXF                            13 3/8” :1600m                                 900C      Ext-I
 2       Kalol               Vertical     3000                       Hyd+70%        1380C
                   (Expl)                          9 5/8” : 2200m                               at 1800m    ML
                                                   5 ½” : 3000m                                             Eligible
                                                   18 5/8” :350m                                            Nawagaon
                   MYAF                            13 3/8” :1750m                                 860C      S. Ext-III
 3      Mahelaj              Vertical     3200                       Hyd+70%        1700C
                   (Expl)                          9 5/8” : 2400m                               at 1800m    ML
                                                   5 ½” : 3200m                                             Eligible


1.1. The job involves of providing Mud Engineering Services (men, material & services) in all the phases
      of drilling, that is, to provide drilling fluid for the 26” / 23”, 17 ½”, 12 ¼ “ and 8 ½” phase by the
      bidder. The bidder shall provide the chemicals / materials and mud engineering services from
      spudding of the well to completion as defined under the scope of work. Scope of Work is depicted
      below:

1.2. Well profiles, tentative casing depths, bottom hole temperature and pressure and other details as
      per above table.


2.2 SCOPE OF WORK:

      2.2.1. The bidder has to provide mud services for drilling of all the phases of the wells from spudding
               to completion using different systems of drilling fluids. The bidder has to submit a copy of the
               drilling fluid design and formulation as specified, for each phase, to ONGC along with the
               bid.
     2.2.2. Designing, Preparation, Maintenance , Monitoring of Mud and tackling of down hole problems
               like mud loss, activity, stuck pipe, hole packing, etc. for all the wells.
     2.2.3. Supply of all the mud chemicals & additives required for preparation and maintenance of the
               drilling fluid as per the design.
     2.2.4. Provide Personnels for the Mud engineering services
     2.2.5 Providing all the required mud testing equipment for testing the drilling fluid as per the
               requirement of the well.
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    2.2.6 Recording , Documentation, Well Programme, complication Report &
          Drilling Fluid Recap of the well.
    2.2.7 The bidder shall also provide all technical literature; hydraulic and all other drilling fluid
            related calculations and detailed mud histories and programs.
    2.2.8 The bidder is also required to collect the various formation fluid samples (Oil, gas,
            condensate etc at atmospheric pressure only) during the course of RFT, MDT or production
            testing of the objects as per ONGC practice for onward dispatch to ONGC laboratories.

 3.0 MUD SYSTEMS: The sections of wells will be drilled using following Mud
                   systems:

        FOUR CP WELLS:

        3.1 23” / 26” Section : SPUD MUD/CONVENTIONAL MUD

        3.2 17 ½” Section          : CONVENTIONAL MUD WITH CFLS

        3.3 12 ¼ ” Section                  : KCl-PHPA-CLOUD POINT GLYCOL

        3.4 8 ½” Section            : HTHP DRILLING FLUID

        THREE CP WELLS:

        3.5      17 ½” Section               : SPUD MUD/CONVENTIONAL MUD

        3.6      12 ¼ ” Section         : KCl-PHPA-CLOUD POINT GLYCOL

        3.7      8 ½” Section        : HTHP DRILLING FLUID


4.0. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT AND TERMS & CONDITIONS:
The Mud Engineering Services is defined and described by the following.-

         4.1 Mud Engineering Services.
         4.2 Mud Design
         4.3 Mud Management Services
         4.4 Mud materials and Additives Supply and

Each of these is defined in detail in the following section.

4.1. MUD ENGINEERING SERVICES:
4.1.1. Contractor shall carry out Mud Engineering planning and designing, mud preparation and
maintenance required for drilling and completing all the phases of the wells by using the rig equipment
and in accordance with the detailed drilling operations planned by ONGC.

4.1.2. The contractor shall provide round the clock mud engineering services by employing two site mud
engineers one each in 12 hrs. shift. The engineers and supervisor should be able to communicate in
English.

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4.1.3. The contractor should have requisite R&D facilities capable of designing and trouble shooting of
quoted advanced mud systems in terms of detailed shale analysis, X-ray diffraction analysis , particle
size analyzer , return permeability analysis etc. to provide technical back up services to ONGC in solving
well / bore hole related problems .

4.1.4. The onsite engineers shall communicate with ONGC coordinator on daily basis. ONGC shall
provide free access to its communication system to them.

4.1.5. Contractor’s representative / Co-ordinator shall carry out mud planning, designing, monitoring and
operation to drill all the sections of each well & shall interact with respective location Manager, Mud
Services or his representative, on daily basis to plan technical backup in order to ensure success of high
tech wells of ONGC by trouble shooting & providing necessary mid course correction in the planning and
execution of wells.

4.1.6. The wells in this contract will be drilled using the stated drilling fluid systems. ONGC reserves its
right to modify its drilling programme any time.


4.2 MUD DESIGN:
4.2.1. Contractor shall submit detailed mud engineering programs for each well at least 14 days prior to
the commencement of the well.
        The program shall include but not be limited to the following:
                a. Mud systems proposed for different sections.
                b. Detailed mud system formulation for each section.
                c. Mud parameters and mud weight range suggested per section.
                d. Expected chemical consumption and volumes in each section.
                e. Complete cost estimates of building and maintaining the mud system as well as unit
                    cost for each chemical used for each section and all standby chemicals.
                f. Chemicals proposed for curing losses and release of stuck pipe with detailed
                    procedures.
                g. Contractor shall carry out laboratory studies for design of the different mud systems
                    including shale characterization, design the field specific non-damaging system by
                    core studies and to optimize mud systems for progressive refinements as perceived
                    from time to time
                 h. Software and Technical Support: The Contractor should provide necessary technical
                    support including software packages for drilling fluid data management, advanced
                    drilling fluid engineering, and Hydraulics or any equivalent software for horizontal and
                    extended reach drilling.
                 i. Contractor shall provide higher technical backup and support whenever required for
                    the ONGC operations as needed.
                 j. Contractors shall supply details of their QA/QC procedures as they pertain to the
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4.3 MUD MANAGEMENT SERVICES:

4.3.1. Inventory control and maintenance both at rig site and supply base.

4.3.2. The contractor should provide three copies of daily progress report inclusive of drilling fluid
hydraulics generated with the help of suitable software package, to the ONGC representative. The report
should also incorporate drilling operations, complete mud parameters, chemicals consumed, volume of
mud prepared and operation of solid control equipments as per standard practice.

4.3.3. Available literature on all types of mud systems used & complete software package based services
for mud hydraulics, hole cleaning and engineering shall also be provided by the contractor.

4.4 MUD MATERIAL AND ADDITIVES SUPPLY:
 4.4.1. Contractor should supply complete line of chemicals and additives required for the preparation and
maintenance of the mud systems quoted. In the 26” / 23” / 17.½” / 12.¼” & 8.1/2” section.

4.4.2. Materials needed have to be mobilized initially for min. 2 Nos. wells to avoid any shortage while
execution of contract. ONGC will not issue separate notice for mobilization of remaining materials and its
transportation to next location. Contractor has to ensure availability of materials throughout the contract
period so that work does not suffer.

4.4.3. The contractor shall furnish to ONGC test reports / specifications issued by manufacturer or from
any other third party laboratory of all chemicals prior to shipment / delivery of material at respective
locations. All test reports / specifications should reflect the brand name, manufacturers name and address
as quoted in the bid and the chemicals used in the well should of the same brand and manufacturer.

4.4.4. ONGC reserves the right to random collection of sample at any point during the duration of contract
and check the quality of chemicals in lab to ensure the supplies confirm to test reports / specifications
submitted by the contractor.

4.4.5. Contractor shall arrange sufficient storage space for chemicals at his cost at convenient place for
timely supply of chemicals to each drill sites. Transportation of chemicals from contractor’s godown to site
and it’s handling at site is contractor’s responsibility. Sufficient storage space has to be arranged by the
contractor for the safe storage chemicals. Contractor shall arrange and provide sufficient tarpaulin /or
other means to keep the chemicals covered to protect from sunlight / rain etc.

4.4.6. Packing of the chemicals shall be strong enough to withstand the rigors of transportation.
Chemicals susceptible to moisture shall be packed in moisture proof multi-walled papers with polythene
linings. Each bag shall have identification marks including name of chemical, name and address of
manufacturer, net weight, date and batch of manufacture stenciled with indelible ink.

4.4.7. The contractor shall provide drill water for the preparation of mud.

4.4.8. Contractor shall be liable for replacing the chemicals received in torn packing or broken drums as
the same will not be sent to rig.

4.4.9. If necessary, Contractor shall arrange for services of qualified experts / additional mud chemicals/
equipments related to the operations for successful drilling of well at the request of ONGC.

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4.4.10. Payment shall be made as per actual consumption of chemicals certified by ONGC
Chemist.

4.4.11. No other charges shall be payable by ONGC.

4.4.12. Contractor shall arrange unskilled man power for all types of chemical’s handling during the
operation including loading and unloading of Chemicals at site and project stores etc.

4.4.13. The following Chemicals should preferably be imported :-
          1. XC Polymer
          2. Cloud point Glycol,
          3. KCl
          4. Spotting Fluid (NW) & (W)
          5. EP-Lube
          6. Poly Amine (Shale stabilizer )
          7. Metal complex (Shale stabilizer )
          8. Cellulose fiber
          9. Mix I and II or equivalent LCM
          10. Soltex or equivalent
          11. Environmental friendly spotting Fluid
          12. HTHP Fluid Loss additive
          13. HTHP Deflocculant
          14. HTHP Shale Stabiliser
          15. Chrome Free Ligno Sulphonate (CFLS)

4.4.14. The following chemicals can be arranged from any source :
          21. Barytes, Bentonite, Corrosion Inhibitor, Lignite, Lubricants, Defoamer, Caustic Soda , Soda
                 Ash, Citric Acid, CaCl2, Common Salt, Calcium Carbonate , Calcium Chloride, MgO,
                 Biocide, Drilling Detergent, CMC, PAC (Poly Anionic Cellulose)-LV, PAC-RG, Modified
                 Starch, PHPA (Partially Hydrolyzed Poly Acryl Amide), Calcium Carbonate Powder for
                 NDDF etc.

5.0. SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT

5.1. The bidder shall carry out all activities in accordance with the international standards of the oil
industry, ensure safe condition and method of work, and maintain the same throughout the period of
contract.

5.2. The bidder shall comply with the applicable environment laws, regulations and practices and is
required to perform work so as to minimize the generation of hazardous waste as per standard practice
followed by the particular State/Central Pollution Control Boards.

5.3. The contractor shall make available for inspection by ONGC upon request all registers, records and
any other documentations on the management of the materials at the site.

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        5.4.1.   Health of the personnel
        5.4.2.   Safety of the personnel
        5.4.3.   Protective clothing and appliances
        5.4.4.   Material Safety Data sheets for all the mud & laboratory chemicals that will be used in the
                 complete operation.

5.5. Cutting Disposal : ONGC will restore the site after completion of each well . However the contractor
shall not allow spillage of waste water and site effluents out side the drill-site during the course of drilling.

6.0. REPORTING PROCEDURES
6.1. Contractor shall comply with the following minimum reporting requirements. Contractor shall also
provide additional reports to the ONGC representative at rig and ONGC chemist at rig as may be
requested during the work.

6.2. Inventory of all chemicals on the rig.

6.3. Monthly consumption of Chemicals.

6.4. Daily mud reports on a mutually agreed standard format, between the Company and the contractor,
on a daily basis to the Company representative and ONGC chemist at rig and to the ONGC Mud
Services section and Drilling Services section based at Asset office.

6.5. Monthly reporting: Bidder will provide a monthly report within first week of Calendar Month. The
report shall include a summary of details as per daily reports, details equipment operability, problems and
repairs carried out.

6.6. End of Well Recap: A detailed well completion report shall be prepared and submitted within 14 days
of the completion of well. The well completion report shall consist of, but not be limited to, the following:
            b) A detail recap of the 26” / 23” / 171/2” /12¼” / 81/2” hole sections.
            c) An evaluation of the mud properties and their performance.
            d) An analysis and recommendation of the optimum parameters required based on
                experience gained while drilling the well.
            e) A detailed list of chemical consumption for each section.
            f) A comparison of planned vis-à-vis actual mud properties for each section.
            g) A comparison of planned vis-à-vis actual chemical consumption for each section. The
                consumption report shall include list of damaged chemicals with quantities.
            h) A comparison of planned vis-à-vis actual mud costs for each section.
            i) A detailed study on the problems encountered and methods and strategies followed to
                mitigate the problem.
            j) Services performed.
            k) LC-50 Toxicity report of the actual fluid used at least once in six months duration.
            l) Performance of equipment.
            m) Details of Downtime.

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6.7. Detailed recommendations for future wells in respect to KPI .

6.8. Detailed cost breakup and material reconciliation for all the services performed;

6.9. Complication Report. In case of any complications such as stuck pipe, lost circulation, unusual
caving, undesirable cutting bed formations, the contractor / on site Mud engineer of contractor shall notify
the ONGC’s chemist immediately. A detailed report shall be submitted by the contractor, with in 24 hrs of
the incident, with full details and the reasons for the same and remedial measures/ recommendations that
shall be followed in the present well as well in future wells to ensure safe and complication free drilling.

7.0. LEFT-OVER CHEMICALS AND ADDITIVES:
        7.1 At the end of the contract, ONGC shall not buy back any left over chemical. The contractor
                shall, at its own cost & risk, lift all the left over chemicals at the end of the contract.
        7.2 The Contractor shall initially mobilize chemicals for two well requirements.

8. SPECIFIED MUD SYSTEMS

A. Spud Mud for 26” / 23” Phase :
The mud should have the following suggested doses of the chemicals as indicated in the formulation.
However, the service provider may modify the dosages as per well requirement in consultation with
ONGC.

Chemicals                 Dosages PPB

Bentonite                   24
Caustic Soda                        0.28
Soda Ash                            0.28


B. Spud / Conventional Mud for 17 ½” section : Lightly treated Bentonite Gel.
The mud should have the following suggested doses of the chemicals as indicated in the formulation.
However, the service provider may modify the dosages as per well requirement in consultation with
ONGC.

Chemicals                                   Dosages PPB

Bentonite                                            20
Barite                                               As required
Caustic Soda                                         0.28
Soda Ash                                             0.28
Lignite                                     8
CMC                                        2.85
Chrome Free Lignosulphonate                2.85
Drilling Detergent                                  0.28


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C. Mud System for 12 ¼” Section:

KCl-PHPA-XanthanGum-PAC- Cloud point Glycol Mud System
.
Cloud Point: The cloud point Glycol should have clouding characteristics in saline environment and down
hole temperature and pressure conditions. The service provider has to design the CP glycol system
based on the values of BHST, BHCT & FLT temperature for each well.

The mud should have the following suggested doses of the chemicals as indicated in the formulation.
However, the service provider may modify the dosages as per well requirement in consultation with
ONGC.

Chemicals                                   Dosages PPB
Barite                                            As required
Caustic Soda                                       0.28
Soda Ash                                          0.28
KCI (Purity - 97%)                                 33
Xanthun Gum                                 1.0
PHPA                                               1.0
PAC-RG                                             1.0
PAC –LV                                            4.0
Cloud Point Glycol                                 14
Biocide                                       0.2
Soltex or equivalent                         5.0
Shale stabilizer

Note:
        1. PHPA denotes Partially Hydrolysed Polyacrylamide,
        2. PAC-LVG/RG is Poly Anionic Cellulose - Low Viscosity / Regular Grade.


D. Mud System for 8 ½” Section:

HTHP Mud System

HTHP WATER BASE DRILLING FLUID SYSTEM FOR VERTICAL 8 ½” Sections

Chemicals                                  Dosages
Barytes                            As required
Bentonite                                  2-3%
Caustic Soda                               0.1%
HTHP Fluid Loss additive                   1%
HTHP Deflocculant                          1%
HTHP Shale Stabiliser              2%
Soda Ash                                   0.1%
E.P. Lubricant                     0.5%

Note:

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         The Mud systems proposed for the 8 1/2" sections is tentative only and based on actual
         well requirements, the Contractor may be asked to make available one of the suitable mud
         system as per the well bore requirement .

E. Completion Fluid / Work over:- The contractor is required to provide completion fluids at the end of
drilling of each well / for production testing of objects of oil & gas. The following brines are required to be
provided:

Sodium Chloride brine of average 1.02-1.20 SG of app. 700 bbl per well (CaCl2 may be added to increase
wt. as per actual well requirement)

Note:
    1. The above names of the basic chemicals may vary from firm to firm in terms of their trade names.
    2. Total Mud volumes and doses of chemicals for different sections as given above are for
       cost/bid evaluation only.
    3. Payment will be made on actual consumptions of chemicals duly certified by ONGC chemist of
       Mud Services.

F. CONTINGENCY CHEMICALS : The following contingency chemicals which will be included in the
evaluation must be stocked at the well / base for mitigating the down hole complications as and when
required.

i. Spotting Fluids(.W)                               12 Drums
ii. Defoamer:                                                    0.2 MT
iii. Corrosion Inhibitor:                            2.0 Drums
iv. Citric acid                                      0.5 MT
v. Calcium carbonate
 ( coarse/Medium / fine grade)                       3.0 MT
vi. Mix-I and Mix-II
        (or eqv. LCM)                                3.0 MT
 vii. Cellulose fiber                                3.0 MT
viii. Spotting fluid (Unweighted) :                  12 drum

9.0. MUD PARAMETERS :
9.1. The following mud parameters are to be indicated in the bid as per the hole section requirement and
the Mud system indicated.
     a. Specific Gravity
     b. Funnel Viscosity
     c. Plastic Viscosity
     d. Yield Point
     e. Gel strength
     f. API Filtration loss
     g. Solids%
     h. pH
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    i.   Sand%
    j.   HPHT F/L
    k.   Salinity
    l.   Poly amine Concentration             (If applicable)
    m.   Cloud point Glycol concentration (If applicable)
    n.   KCl concentration                    (If applicable)
    o.   PHPA concentration                    (If applicable)
    p.   Metal complex concentration          (If applicable)
    q.   Any other system specific property deemed necessary or required by ONGC.

9.2. Bidder should suggest mud parameters along with his own composition. In addition to the mud
parameters of bidder’s suggested mud systems, bidder should also indicate the mud parameters obtained
using the mentioned chemicals / additives (without citric acid) dosage as recommended by ONGC,
against all mud Systems. This shall be the benchmark / reference point for random collection and testing
of samples of mud chemicals in the course of execution of the contract for quality check.

9.3. The mud parameters are only indicative & shall be maintained as per requirements of down
hole conditions for the drilling of a good quality well bore.

9.4. ONGC’s representatives Chemists have the right to alter the dosages of chemicals and Mud
parameters at any time to combat the situation arise.


10. MUD LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS ON THE RIG:
10.1. The Bidder shall provide Mud Laboratory complete with drilling fluid testing equipments,
chemical reagents and consumables for testing of mud as per API standards.

10.2. The Bidder shall also provide the test procedures including relevant software etc. for the estimation
of KCl, PHPA and the percentage of cloud point glycol in the system and the percentage clouding out at
the cloud point temperature as per standard industry practice.

10.3. List of the laboratory equipment: The Equipment Package, as indicated below shall be made
available at the Rig Site for onsite Testing/ Analysis. Drilling fluids Test Kit should include but not limited
to:

 Sr.                                                                                             Quantity on
                                      Test Equipment Package
 No.                                                                                                 Rig
1        Mud Balance Equivalent to Model 14000 of Baroid                                        2
2        Marsh Funnel with cup Equivalent to Model 20100 of Baroid                              2
3        Multi Speed Fann V-G meter Equivalent to Model 35 SA of Fann                           1
4        API Filtration Test Cell with spares Equivalent to Model 30300 of Baroid               1
5        HT-HP Filtration Test Cell with spares                                                 1
6        Retort Kit         Equivalent to Model 87100 of Baroid                                 1
7        Sand content Set Equivalent to Model 40001 of Baroid                                   2
8        pH Meter                                                                               1
9        pH Litmus paper                                                                        2 sets
10       Glass Electrode pH Meter                                                               1
12       Silver Nitrtate Solution
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13      Potassium Chromate Indicator Solution
14      0.02 N Sulfuric Acid or Nitric Acid
15      Phenolphthalein Indicator Solution
16      Calcium Carbonate, precipitated, chemically pure
17      Distilled Water
18      Graduated Pipettes – 1 ml & 10 ml                                                    2 each
19      Titration Vessel 100 & 150 ml                                                        2 each
20      Stirring Rod                                                                         4
21      0.02 N Hydrochloric Acid
22      0.1 N Sodium Hydroxide Solution
23      Barium Chloride Solution – 10%
24      Versenate Solution
25      Buffer Solution
26      Hard Indicator Solution
28      Methylene Blue Test Kit                                                              1
29      Hydroxy Naphthol Blue
30      Saturated Solution of Ammonium Oxylate
35      5 N Reagent Sulfuric Acid
36      Octanol Defoamer
37      CO2 Cartridges                                                                       12
38      Beakers 100ml & 250 ml                                                               4each
39      Graduated Cylinders 50ml & 100ml                                                     2 each
40      Measuring Pipettes                                                                   2
41      Volumetric Pipettes                                                                  2
42      Sodium Sulfite Solution
43      1:1 Hydrochloric Acid Solution
44      Starch Solution
45      Potassium Iodide Solution – 5%
46      Potassium Iodate Solution – .00625 N KIO3
47      Hamilton Beach Blender or Mixer                                                      1
48      Pilot Test Kit                                                                       1
51      Centrifuge ( Electric) with centrifuge tubes
52      Roller Oven and aging cells                                                          1
54      Digital balance                                                                      1
55      Glass Thermometers -10 deg. To 150 deg. C                                            2
56      Electronic Heated Stirring Plate                                                     1

10.4. The bidder shall have sufficient back-up equipment at bidder’s local area Base to maintain this
inventory at the rig-site when tools are returned for repair and maintenance.

10.5. Equipments Failure Reporting: ONGC in normal course does not expect any tool / equipment
failure to occur, which means bidder should put more emphasis on preventive maintenance rather than
breakdown maintenance. However, if any tool failure occurs, bidder will provide failure report with details
and reasons of failure and remedial action taken to avoid such failure in future




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11. 0. MUD ENGINEERING PERSONNEL:

        11.1.    Mud Engineer: Contractor shall provide one Mud Engineer in each shift of 12 Hrs. from
                 spudding of the wells to well completion, who shall monitor the operations and coordinate
                 with representative of ONGC at site and base office as well.
        11.2.    Mud engineer to be deployed by the contractor should have work experience of at least 5
                 wells in using KCl-PHPA-Cloud point Glycol Mud System, KCl PHPA-Xanthan Gum-
                 PAC-Cloud point Glycol fortified with Poly amine / Metalcomplexes Mud System, HTHP
                 Drilling Fluids, and Non-damaging mud system.
        11.3.    Base coordinator: Bidder shall provide a qualified and skilled Base Drilling Fluid
                 Coordinator with minimum 2 years experience as Base Coordinator and 10 years
                 experience as mud engineer in the quoted Drilling Fluid systems for vertical/HTHP/Hi-
                 tech/Horizontals wells. Documentation of experience is necessary.

11.5. Responsibilities of the Mud Engineer to be deployed by the bidder.

      The Mud Engineer shall be responsible for, but not limited to the following:

           Prepare mud as per approved mud program.
           Shall provide Company with daily drilling fluid tests according to API Bulletin 13B-1.
         Perform daily mud checks, at least thrice a day and more often as required by operations and
          report them in a standard format as mutually agreed by the Company and the contractor.
       Run, maintain and manage the mud system.
       Prepare daily mud program and submit to the Company representative/ONGC chemist on the
          drilling rig.
       Maintain a stock of inventory on the drilling rig and ensure that adequate stock is available on
          the drilling rig to maintain and run the mud system.
       Contractor shall ensure proper execution of all the jobs related to mud handling and mixing of
          mud chemicals, mud preparation and other related jobs at the drill site through his mud
          engineers in close liaison with the ONGC Chemist.
11.6 Responsibilities of the Mud Coordinator to be deployed by the bidder:
    o    The base coordinator shall carry out Mud Engineering planning and designing, mud preparation
            and maintenance required for drilling and completing all the phases of the wells by using the
            rig equipment and in accordance with the detailed drilling operations planned by ONGC.
    o    The Base Co-coordinator shall interact with location Manager, Mud Services or his
            representative, on daily basis to plan technical backup in order to ensure success of each
            well of ONGC by analyzing trouble shooting & providing necessary mid course correction in
            the planning and execution of wells.




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 12.0. RESPONSIBILITY FOR MATERIAL AND SERVICES:

Sl.                                                   Provided by                At the cost of
       Item
No.                                               Contractor    ONGC          Contractor    ONGC
1.     Mud Engineer (One per shift)                                              
2.     Base Mud Coordinator (One)                                                
       Transportation of chemicals up to
3.                                                                                
       Rig site (Godown to Site).
       Provide access to utilize Rig
4.     equipment for preparation of                                               
       drilling fluid.
       Transportation of contractors
5.     personnel from base to site and                                            
       back
       Laboratory equipment required for
6.                                                                                
       determination of Mud parameters
       Warehouse facility for contractor’s
7.                                                                                
       supplies
       Accommodation of contractors
8.                                                                                
       personnel
       Mud Lab at the drill site to be
9.     provided for testing of Mud                                                
       parameters.
       Unskilled manpower required for
10.    handling and mixing of mud                                                 
       chemicals at drill site (4 per shift).
       Loading, Unloading, Mixing of
11.    Chemicals & Cleaning of Mud                                                
       Handling Equipments at each site.
       Water Supply for Mud making and
12.                                                                               
       Laboratory
       Lifting of left over chemicals at the
13                                                                                
       end of contract

13.0. SHIFTING OF DRILLING FLUID AND CHEMICALS:
 When the rig is shifted to the next location after completion of the well the contractor will be required to
 move the chemicals and other materials to the next site. ONGC shall not bear any mobilization/
 demobilization charges for shifting the chemicals. As per the existing environmental regulations, the
 drilling fluid is required to be recycled to the maximum extent and reused. In line with these regulations, the
 drilling fluid has to be transported to new site by the contractor at no additional cost to ONGC. The
 contractor shall not leave behind any of their materials, drums, packaging materials and waste etc at the
 old site during the shifting to the next location.

14.0. SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS:-On site inspection will be carried out by ONGC officers /
representative / Third Parties at the discretion of the ONGC.



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15.0. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:

15.1. The contractor shall provide the Mud Engineering Services under this contract with respect to the
following Key Performance Indicators:
          (1)   NPT (Mud loss)
          (2)   NPT(Stuck-pipe)
          (3)   NPT(Logging)
          (4)   Incidence/frequency of hole pack-off
          (5)   Drilling Fluid Cost/meter
          (6)   NPT (Supply of chemicals)
          (7)   Quality of additives
          (8)   Hole cleaning efficiency
          (9)   Caliper
          (10) Productivity of wells

15.2. The contractor shall record the key performance indicators in each well and make quarterly
presentations on the improvements made in each parameter and future action plan.




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                                                                                                   Appendix-8

                         SCOPE OF WORK FOR INTEGRATED CEMENTING SERVICES

The Contractor to provide Cementing Services through any reputed and competent Cementing Services
provider having past experience of the same for atleast three years which shall be substantiated by documentary
evidence. Contractor has to provide Engineers, Operators, Technology, Cementing Equipments, Cement Additives
& Slurry Design for the Cementing Operations.
The Contractor shall provide all types of cement additives & services required for slurry design.
Details of wells for which Cementing Services is required.

Sl    Field     Well        Profile    Target    Tentative        Expected    Expected    Expected    PEL/ML
                                       Depth,    Casing Policy    Press. at   Temp at     Temp in     Category
                                       m                          TD          TD          12 1/4”
                                                                                          hole
                                                 18 5/8” : 300m                                       Sanand
                SAAV                             13 3/8” :1700m                           920C        ML
1     Sanand                Vertical   3300                       Hyd+60% 1470C
                (Expl)                           9 5/8” : 2400m                           at 1900m    (Eligible)
                                                 5 1/2” : 3300m
                                                 18 5/8” : 300m                                       Kalol Ext-I
                                                 13 3/8”:                                             ML
                KLXF                                                                      900C
2     Kalol                 Vertical   3000      1600m            Hyd+70% 1380C                       (Eligible)
                (Expl)                                                                    at 1800m
                                                 9 5/8” : 2200m
                                                 5 1/2” : 3000m
                                                 18 5/8” : 350m                                       Nawagaon
                MYAF                             13 3/8” :1750m                           860C        S. Ext-III
3     Mahelaj               Vertical   3200                       Hyd+70% 1700C
                (Expl)                           9 5/8” : 2400m                           at 1800m    ML
                                                 5 1/2” : 3200m                                       (Eligible)

1.0 Scope of work for Cementing Services includes:
    Designing of cement slurry.
    Supply of all types of Cement additives.
    Execution of all types of cementing jobs (Primary, Secondary & Allied)
2.0 To be provided by the contractor:
      2.1 Designing of cement slurry based upon the parameters required for Cementation Job in
            consultation with ONGC Ahmedabad Cementing Services representative.
      2.2 Contractor of the rig has to supply cement additives & chemicals as per test report under this
            CONTRACT either directly or though tie-up with the following three international reputed cementing
            additives companies. No other make of cement additives will be acceptable.
            M/s. Halliburton Co. / M/s. BJ Services Co. / M/s. Dowell Schlumberger Co.
      2.3 Execution of primary cementing jobs (Preparing & Pumping of Cement Slurry) for all casing
            cementation using contractor’s Cementing Unit & bulk system will be the responsibility of
            Contractor. Also, contractor has to execute the Secondary Cementing jobs like cement plug,
            cement squeeze, retainer job etc. and allied jobs wherever application of cementing unit is required
            i.e. LOT, PIT, BOP testing, Hermetical testing etc.
      2.4 The Contractor shall also be responsible to perform field specific analyses, carryout post job
            analysis of all critical cementation jobs in their simulator to develop better engineered cementing
            programme and to suggest ways and means to improve further on quality of jobs.


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        2.5   The Contractor shall take into account the availability of the equipment and additives for the
              cementation jobs at the planning stage. The Contractor shall co-ordinate and recommend
              availability of additives for all jobs prior to commencement.
        2.6 The Contractor shall collect the cement sample and will get it tested in their testing facilities to
              confirm the designed slurry parameters and if required additional dose of chemicals should be
              suggested if any to the rig before the job execution.
        2.7 The Cementing Engineer / Operator deployed by the Contractor shall be responsible for operation
              and maintenance of Cementing Unit. The engineer / operator shall be responsible for checking the
              order of cement plug loading / releasing in any type of cementing head, final circulation prior to
              cementing, mixing of exact dose of chemicals [powder / liquid ] in the mixing water at rig in the
              presence of ONGC representative, control of slurry density during pumping and monitoring the
              displacement followed by plug bumping.
        2.8 The Contractor shall maintain the Log of operations to include cementing operation in progress,
              time break-up, density measurement, mixing rate, volume of fluid pumped, pumping pressure during
              cement pumping & displacement, displacement rate, quantity of cement, additives & mechanical
              aids used. All specific events occurring throughout the cementation job should be recorded along
              with other relevant points for post job analysis.
        2.9 Report for any type of job involving cementing unit should be submitted next day to ONGC
              Cementing Services, Ahmedabad.
        2.10 The Contractor shall furnish detailed specific cementing programs, spacer design and cement
              hydraulics recommendations, and job reports, in respect of cement jobs executed by them in the
              past as per format given by ONGC for end of well summaries and system recommendation as a
              part of documentation, and any additional reports as may be requested by ONGC within one month
              of completion of well. Contractor shall be responsible for providing a complete well report
              comprising of slurry design, computer aided programme, job execution parameter, complications if
              any, complete post job analysis & material consumption report so that accordingly necessary
              corrective measures / improvements / precautions for future operations may be taken up so as to
              avoid costly secondary repair jobs. Contractor shall also familiarize ONGC personal with complete
              understanding of software programme to have meaningful interpretation of data.
        2.11 Also, Contractor has to provide following equipments & manpower :
            1. 30 Cu. Mt. mix water tank with discharge pump.
            2. Twin pump cementing unit having capability to mix & pump cement slurry and providing working
                 pressures up to minimum of 10000 psi. This unit should have RCM (Re circulating mixer) wherein
                 online monitoring and maintaining desired cement slurry density is possible. This unit will also be
                 used for pressure testing and other allied jobs as stated in scope of work as & when needed at rig
                 / well. The said unit shall be available 24x7 at ongoing well site and should be deployed
                 exclusively for this contract only.
            3. Two nos. of Cement Silos of 50 M. Ton capacity each, with Cutting Pod, Surge Tank &
                 Compressor.
            4. Cementing heads - single plug system and either quick latch or conventional type (for 18 5/8”, 13
                 3/8’’ 9 5/8’’ 7’’ & 5 ½’’ BTC casings) required for casing cementation jobs for different sizes of
                 casings as per requirement. Any other size of conventional cementing head as per requirement
                 shall also have to be provided.
            5. Spares for contractor’s equipment shall be provided by contractor.
            6. To provide Man Power consisting of one Cementing Engineer, one operator and three
                 Technicians at the time of any type of Cementation job, with at least one operator and one
                 Technician on 24 X 7 basis throughout the period of contract to operate and maintain Cementing
                 Units, Cement Silos and other associated cementing equipments and accessories required for
                 the cementing job for each rig.
            7. Contractor shall keep exclusively for ONGC One Base Engineer cum field Supervisor. Contractor
                 shall depute his Base engineer / field Supervisor to supervise all critical cementing jobs at the rigs
                 where Contractor is providing cementing services. Contractor shall submit the CVs of the above

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                  personnel in advance who shall be associated with the contract for ONGC approval before
                  commencement of contract.
             8. Contractor will be responsible for unloading, safe storage & loading of oil well cement in bulk in its
                  silos.
3.0   To be provided by ONGC:
        3.1 ONGC will provide Oil Well Cement and other associated cementing equipments (such as
               cementing plugs for casings to be cemented, cement retainers etc.) required for the cementing jobs.
        3.2 Conventional type centralizers / solid body centralizers (for horizontal / high angled portion) for
               different sizes of casings as per requirement will be provided by ONGC if required.
        3.3 Oil Well cement, API Class “G” will be provided & supplied by ONGC in sacks at site in phased
               manner. Contractor will be responsible for unloading, safe storage & loading of same in bulk in its
               silos.
        3.4     Spares for the ONGC’s equipments will be provided by ONGC. In case of non availability of spares
               with ONGC, the same shall be procured through the contractor, on the terms and conditions as
               already defined in the tender document.
        3.5 If at any time during the course of contract need is felt for deployment of any additional equipment
               (batch mixer, HP unit etc) apart from those deployed by the contractor, same shall be provided by
               ONGC.
4.0   Responsibility of the Contractor :
        4.1 Responsibility of Base Engineer cum Field Supervisor:
        i. To plan, design, and co-ordinate with ONGC for successfully carrying out all cementation jobs,
             technical support for all aspects of cementing, pressure testing and associated cementing units,
             equipment /tools and shall carry out all connected activities in accordance with the highest onshore
             standards. He shall ensure overall supervision directly by him on all jobs. He will also submit the
             comprehensive job completion report including post job analysis and corrective measures, if any, for
             improvement of job.
        ii. He will be responsible for overall supervision at site on all critical jobs. He will also submit the
             comprehensive well completion report within one month of completion of the well including post job
             analysis and corrective measure if any for improvement of job.
        iii. He will design the cement slurry as per final well conditions / GTO / caliper and cement slurry
             parameters required by ONGC for Cementation jobs. Test report to be submitted to and approved by
             Cementing Service, Ahmedabad Asset prior to execution of job.
        iv. He has to coordinate with Operation Manager of Cementing Services, ONGC, Ahmedabad on day to
             day basis for smooth field operations & to interact with their cementing operator before & after the
             cement job.
        v. Shall submit recommendations for mechanical aids and chemical aids such as centralizer placement,
             pre flush design, cement slurry design including requirement of additives, casing running in speed,
             regime of flow, job schedule based on U-tube simulator / Computer aided results, gas migration risk
             analysis, estimation of BHCT etc. based on computer aided design and computer simulation results
             for all the casing cementation jobs on which they are providing services.

        4.2 Responsibility of Cementing Operator:
             Cementing Operator shall be responsible for Operation and maintenance of contractor’s Cementing
             Unit and Bulk System. He shall also be responsible for checking the order of cement plugs loading /
             releasing, final circulation prior to cementing, mixing of exact dosage of chemicals (powder / liquid) in
             the mixing water at rig, control of slurry density during preparation & pumping and monitoring the
             displacement followed by plug bumping, including weekly feedback on the stock of cement additives
             and spares of cementing unit.

        4.3 Responsibility of Cementing Technician:
             Shall provide help to Cementing Operator in Operation and maintenance of Cementing Unit & Bulk
             System and other equipments.

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5.0     Design of cement slurry:
        5.1         The Contractor should design the cement slurry (in their testing facilities) suitable for the high
        temp & high pressure wells planned to be drilled. Target depth of these wells is in range of 3000-3300 mts
        and maximum temp expected is 170 Deg C and pressure anticipated is Hyd+70%.
        5.2 Contractor should carry out designing of cement slurry for all phases / all casings / secondary jobs
        including inclined section, if any, of each well.
        5.3 ONGC reserves the right to modify its well plans at any time.

6.0     Supply of cement additives:
        6.1 Contractor has to supply Cement Additives of any of the following makes:
                 o M/s Dowell Schlumberger.
                 o M/s BJ Services
                 o M/s Halliburton.
        6.2 Contractor will supply all cement additives & chemicals required for cementing operations as per
            lab test reports and approved by ONGC.
        6.3 Contractor should provide the complete product data including make, brand name, test reports
            /specifications, unit price and material safety data sheet for all cement additives and chemicals.
        6.4 Contractor should furnish to ONGC test reports / specifications of cement additives & chemicals
            prior to shipment / delivery at Ahmedabad Asset. All test reports / specifications should reflect brand
            name, manufacturer name and address as quoted in the bid. Cement additives & chemicals should
            be of same brand and quality as quoted in the contract.
        6.5 ONGC reserves the right to check the quality of cement additives & other chemicals at random as
            per test report / specifications, quoted by contractor at any point of time during the duration of contract
            at Ahmedabad base or at site.
        6.6 ONGC also reserves the right to random collection of sample at any point during the duration of
            contract and check the quality of cement additives and chemicals in lab to ensure the supplies
            conform to test reports / specifications submitted by the contractor.
        6.7 Contractor shall arrange sufficient storage space for cement additives and chemicals at his cost at
            convenient place for timely supply of same to each drill site. Transportation of cement additives and
            chemicals from contractor’s warehouse to site and it’s handling at site is contractor’s responsibility.
            Sufficient storage space has to be arranged by the contractor for the safe storage of chemicals.
            Contractor shall arrange and provide sufficient tarpaulin /or other means to keep the cement additives
            and chemicals covered to protect from sunlight / rain etc.
        6.8 Loading and unloading of cement additives and chemicals at site and their transportation from one
            location to other location shall be arranged by contractor i.e Transportation of cement additives &
            chemicals is contractor’s responsibility.
        6.9 Packing of cement additives & chemicals should be strong enough to withstand rigors of
            transportation. Chemicals susceptible to moisture should be packed in moisture proof multi-walled
            paper / HDPE bags with polythene lining. Each bag shall have identification marks including name of
            chemical / additive / name and address of manufacturer, net weight, date and batch of manufacture
            stenciled with indelible ink. Chemicals / additives should be packed in not more than 25 / 50 kg bags.
            In case of liquids, packing should not be more than 212 Lts/drum.

        6.10 Contractor shall be liable for replacing the cement additives & chemicals received in torn packing or
             broken drum at his cost.
        6.11 Payment should be made as per actual consumption of additives & chemicals certified by ONGC
             Cementing services, of Ahmedabad Asset.
7.0    Leftover cements additives / chemicals:

        7.1     At the end of contract ONGC shall not buy back any left over additives & chemical. The contractor
              shall at its own cost & risk, lift all left over additives & chemical at the end of contract.

        7.2     The Contractor shall initially mobilize chemicals for minimum two wells requirement.
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8.0    Cement Slurry Parameters to be indicated by the Contractor in Test Reports:
           a) Specific gravity
           b) Plastic viscosity
           c) Yield point
           d) Gel strength
           e) API fluid loss
           f)    N’ flow behavior index
           g) K’ fluid consistency index
           h) Slurry consistency index
           i)    Critical velocity
           j)    Slurry consistency-Bc
           k) Compressive strength after 24 hrs , 60 hrs and 72 hrs
           l)    Consistency chart
           m) Free water
           n) Thickening Time

9.0      Cement Slurry Design / Testing:
         Contractor shall design and test cement slurry for all wells for all jobs prior to job and if required after the
         job at his facility and at his cost.

10.0     Cementing Personnel:
         Cementing Personnel deployed should have experience of Oil Well Cementation and should meet the
         Qualification & Experience Criteria as given below:

         10.1     Qualification & Experience of Base Engineer cum Field Supervisor
         Base Engineer cum Field Supervisor should posses a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering preferably in
         Mechanical / Petroleum. He shall be qualified and fully trained in cementing engineering to perform all
         cementing & testing, analysis & interpretation results of tests and take corrective measures in maintaining
         required features of cement slurry. He should have experience of minimum five years in planning &
         supervising of cementing jobs.
         10.2     Qualification & Experience of Cementing Operator:
         Cementing Operator should have minimum three years experience as cementing operator and must be
         able to perform cementing operations independently.

         10.3   Qualification & Experience of Cementing Technician:
         Cementing Technician should have relevant experience of three years.

11.0     Waste Management Services:

         At the Rig the Contractor shall provide waste management services as per the requirement of Central
         pollution control Board (CPCB) and state pollution control Board (GSPCB) in accordance with the
         prevalent standards of the oil industry and ensure safe conditions and method of work. The standard
         norms as per CPCB & GSPCB are available at websites and with local government bodies.

12.0   SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT:

         12.1      Contractor shall carry out all activities as per the requirement of Central pollution control Board
         (CPCB) and state pollution control Board in accordance with the prevalent standards of the oil industry
         and ensure safe conditions and method of work.
         12.2      Contractor shall comply with applicable environmental laws, regulations and practices and is
         required to perform work so as to minimize the generation of hazardous waste to the extent technically
         feasible.
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         12.3    Contractor shall provide material safety data handling sheets (MSDS) for all the chemicals to be
         used.
         12.4    The contractor shall:
              a) Make available for inspection by ONGC upon request all registers, records and any other
                 documentation on environmental aspects of the activities being carried out or on the
                 environmental management system implemented by Contractor (Documents required for
                 inspection by ONGC will be as per CPCB & GSPCB norms);
              b) Be responsible for ensuring the acceptable disposal of waste in accordance with all local
                 requirements.
              c) Maintain a waste log book for the water base systems as per existing law. Waste log book will be
                 as per CPCB & GSPCB norms and standard industry (international) practice.

13.0     Pricing of Cementing Services (For evaluation purpose):
       13.1       The Contractor should submit the cost of Cementing Services on Day Rate Basis.
       13.2       Cost of all the Cement Additives individually with all the constituents should be provided by the
                  Contractor.
       13.3       Contractor has to supply cement additives & chemicals from the following three international
                  reputed cementing additives companies. No other make of cement additives will be acceptable.
                  M/S.Halliburton Co. / M/S. BJ Services Co./ M/S. Dowell Schlumberger Co.
        13.4      Payment shall be made as per actual consumption of additives & chemicals certified by ONGC
                  Cementing Services of Ahmedabad Asset.




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                                                                                                Annexure-IV
                                                PRICE FORMAT

                              (FOR RIG TO BE MOBILIZED FROM WITHIN INDIA)

                      Minimum 1400 HP Type II Drilling Rig: 01 No.; PEL/ML Area, Ahmedabad Asset

Quotation No.    : ________________________________________________________
Name and type of the Drilling Rig offered: _____________________________________
Currency of Quote                           : ___________________________________
Validity of Bid: ____________________________________________________________

Location from where the Rig is to be mobilized: ___________________________________

Mobilization fee should be quoted as per sl no. 6. However NET EDR for offered Rig to be mobilized from
within India and offered Rig to be mobilized from outside India should be same.

 Sl.                           Particular                          Rate without   Service Tax     Rate with
 No.                                                               Service Tax                   Service Tax
  1     Rig Operating Day Rate (RODR)
  2     Non-operating Day Rate (NODR)
        (Should not be more than 90% of RODR)
  3     Rig Equipment Break-down Day Rate (EBDR)
        (Should not be more than 75% of RODR)
 4 a.   Inter- location move charges, lumpsum (ILMC)
        (Charges for each inter location move including De-
        rigging, loading, unloading & rigging up charges
        excluding Rig Transportation Charges)
 4 b.   Intra Location Move Charges lumpsum (CMC)
        (Charges for each Intra location move for cluster
        Location with in same location)
  5     Rig Transportation Charges per Km. (RTC) (For
        evaluation purpose 140 Kms. is considered)
  6     Mobilization Fee (Lumpsum), if any (MOB) for the rig and
        services
        (Should not be more than US$ 80000 (Rs 40 Lakhs for
        bidders quoting in Indian Rupess) for rig mobilized from
        within India
        and
        should not be more than US$ 800000 (Rs 4 Crores for
        bidders quoting in Indian Rupess) for rig mobilized from
        outside India)
  7     Demobilization Fee (lumpsum), if any (DEMOB)
  8     Service Day Rate for Mud Services as per Scope of
        Work (SDR 1)
 09     Service Day Rate for Cementing Services as per Scope
        of Work (SDR 2)
 10     (A). Value of the rig and equipment for Customs duty
        purpose / for obtaining EC (Equipment-wise list shall be
        submitted separately showing FOB & CIF values)
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        (B) Total CIF value of equipment meant for other
        Services (Equipment-wise list shall be submitted
        separately showing FOB & CIF values for the purpose of
        Customs duty / for obtaining EC)
 11     Total foreign exchange requirement per day or lumpsum
        for entire duration of the contract (to be indicated only in
        case of bidder quoting in Indian Rupees)
 12     Rate of HSD In Ahmedabad Asset as on date of price
        Bid opening
 13     Percentage of Service Tax considered
        Details to be given in sl no. 18 (Notes: 1).

14. PRICES OF MUD CHEMICALS:
                                                                                                  Total price of
                                                   FOR Rate per
                                                                                                  Mud Chemicals
                                                        unit
                                                                                     Estimated    in one year
Sr.                                                 for Rig site         Unit of
      Name of Mud Chemical                                                            Qty. per   (Rate/UOM)
No                                                  Ahmedabad          Measurement
                                                                                       Well      x(Qty per Well) x
                                                      without
                                                                                                 (3 wells in one
                                                   Customs duty
                                                                                                 year)
1.    BARYTES                                                              MT             667
2.    BENTONITE                                                            MT               10
3.    BIOCIDE                                                              MT              0.2
4.    CALCIUM CARBONATE POWDER                                             KL                1
5.    CALCIUM CARBONATE MED/FINE                                           MT                1
6     CALCIUM CHLORIDE                                                     MT               25
7     CAUSTIC SODA                                                         MT                2
8     POLYAMINE                                                            MT                1
9     CITIC ACID                                                           MT              0.5
10    CELLULOSE FIBRE                                                      MT              0.5
11    CFLS                                                                 MT                2
12    CMC (LVG)                                                            MT                2
13    SODIUM CHLORIDE                                                      MT               15
14    CORR. INHIB.                                                         MT              0.1
15    DRILLING MUD DETERGENT                                               KL                1
16    EP LUBE                                                              MT                1
17    HTHP FLUID LOSS ADDITIVE                                             MT                5
18    HTHP DEFLOCCULANT                                                    MT                4
19    HTHP SHALE STABILIZER                                                MT                3
20    LCM MIX – I AND MIX –II OR EQV                                       MT                1
21    LIGNITE                                                              MT                2
22    DEFOMER                                                              KL              0.2
23    METAL COMPLEX                                                        MT             0.25
24    Mgo                                                                  MT              0.5
25    MODIFIED STARCH                                                      MT                1
26    PAC-LVG                                                              MT                4
27    PAC-R                                                                MT                2
28    PHPA                                                                 MT              1.6
29    CP GYCOL                                                             MT               10
30    POTASSIUM CHOLORIDE                                                  MT               30
31    RADIAGREEN EP LUBE                                                   MT                1

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                                                                                                           Total price of
                                                       FOR Rate per
                                                                                                           Mud Chemicals
                                                            unit
                                                                                           Estimated       in one year
  Sr.                                                   for Rig site       Unit of
             Name of Mud Chemical                                                           Qty. per      (Rate/UOM)
  No                                                    Ahmedabad        Measurement
                                                                                             Well         x(Qty per Well) x
                                                          without
                                                                                                          (3 wells in one
                                                       Customs duty
                                                                                                          year)
   32        SODA ASH                                                         MT                    0.1
   33        SPOTTING FLUID – NW                                              KL                    0.4
   34        SPOTTING FLUID – W                                               MT                    0.4
   35        SOLTEX OR EQV                                                    MT                      5
   36        XC POLYMER                                                       MT                    2.5
             Total Evaluated cost of Mud Chemicals (A)


15. PRICES OF CEMENT ADDITIVES:

   Sr.             Name of Cement Additives            FOR Rate per        Unit of         Estimated        Total price of
   No                                                       unit         Measurement        Qty. per           Cement
                                                        for Rig site                         Well           Additives in
                                                        Ahmedabad                                              one year
                                                          without                                            (Rate/UOM)
                                                       Customs duty                                       x(Qty per Well) x
                                                                                                           (3 wells in one
                                                                                                                year)
   1.        FLUID LODD ADDITIVE                                              KG             1213
   2         FRICTION REDUCER                                                 KG             1193
   3         LO TEMPERATURE RETARDER                                          KG             135
   4         DEFOMER                                                          KG             223
   5         SILICA FLOOR                                                     MT              30
   6         HEMATITE                                                         MT              7
   7         HI TEMP FLUID LOSS ADDITIVE                                      KG             423
   8         HI TEMPERATURE RETARDER                                          KG             128
   9         SPACER                                                           KG             125
   10        STABILIZING AGENT                                                KG             172
             Total evaluated cost of Cement Additives (B)


  16.          Basis for Comparison of Bids:
               Bids shall be compared based on Effective day Rate (EDR) which shall be worked out as under:

        i.     EDR –I (Operations)
               = [MOB + (RODR X 269) + (NODR X 60) + (EBDR X 16) + (SDR1) X345 days + (SDR2) X 345 days +
               DEMOB + LOADINGS, if any] / 365 days

     ii.       EDR – II (Rig Move Rate)
               = [(ILMC X 02 moves) + (RTC X 140 Kms.) + (CMC X 01)] / 365 days

    iii.       EDR – III (Well Materials)
               = [Total Evaluated cost of mud chemicals given at sl. no.14 above(A) + Total Evaluated cost of Cement
               Additives given at sl. no.15 above(B)] / 365 days
               = (A + B) / 365 days
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  iv.      EDR – IV (Custom Duty) = NIL (Rig to be deployed in PEL / ML area)

          NET EDR = EDR I + EDR-II + EDR-III + EDR-IV

17. Mud chemicals, Cement additives will be paid as per actual consumption. No day rate for chemicals & additives will
    be paid. The EDR III above is for evaluation purpose.

 18     Notes:
      1. Bidders shall provide service tax details in the following format.

             Sl. No.                                                       Particulars
              1(a)                Services on which Service Tax is considered payable
                            (1)
                            (2)
                            (3)
                            (4)
                             .
                             .
                             .
                                                                                                                  Rate %
                  1(b)      Gross rate of Service Tax applicable on the bid closing/opening day
                  1(c)      Less: Weighted Average rate of Service tax deductible on account of services (-)
                            availed as input services
                  1(d)      Net rate of Service tax included in the above rates (1(a) above)
                                I.    No Service tax payment document to be submitted along with first month bill.
                               II.    Copy of Service tax payment document for each month to be submitted along with the
                                      following month’s bill.
                              III.    (iii) Service tax for last month of the contract period would be reimbursed on submission of a
                                      copy of the service tax payment document .

      2. Bidder in the techno-commercial bid (un-priced bid) shall submit a copy of the price bid prices duly blanked out
         and put a tick mark ( √ ) against all the price elements at Sl. No. 1 to 15 as an indication of the item having
         been quoted by the bidder in the price bid.

      3. For supply of materials Service Tax is not chargeable / payable.

      4. Bidders shall quote lump-sum Mobilization Fee for mobilization of Drilling Rig and equipment from different
         places not exceeding the following amounts :-

          a) For rig to be mobilized from within India                    : US$ 80000 (Rs 40 Lakhs for bidder quoting in
                                                                          Indian Rupees).
          b) For rig to be mobilized from outside India                   : US$ 800000 (Rs 4 Crores for bidder quoting in
                                                                          Indian Rupees).
          Note:
          i)             Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes rig and all the equipments required for services as per scope of
                         work.
           ii)           Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes Service tax.
           iii)          In case the Mobilization charge quoted by bidder exceeds the limit specified above then the offer of
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         iv)      Bidders may offer Rigs either to be mobilized from within India and / or Rigs to be
                  mobilized from outside India. However bidder may offer alternate Rig(s) for both the cases
                  i.e. Rig(s) from within India and / or Rig(s) to be mobilized from outside India. They may do
                  so by submitting separate Price-Bids as per price bid format provided with the tender,
                  quoting Mobilization Fees not exceeding the Mobilization Fee limits mentioned above.
                  However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs (whether rigs to be mobilized from within India OR
                  Rigs to be mobilized from outside India) shall be the same. In case of difference in NET
                  EDR quoted by bidder, the lowest NET EDR will be considered for evaluation and award of
                  Contract.
    5.    a) During the Inter Location Movement (period from rig release to spudding of next well) from one location to
             another, only “INTER LOCATION MOVEMENT CHARGES (ILMC) & RTC as applicable will be payable.
             No charges for any services i.e. SDR-1 and SDR - 2 will be payable during Inter Location
             movement of Rig.
          b) During intra location movement, in case of drilling of cluster wells in same location, the rig has to be
             moved within a distance of approximately 10-15 mtr, for which transportation of materials is not involved
             and only rig has to be shifted and extension of cables and lines are required. In such case only INTRA
             LOCATION MOVE CHARGES (CMC) will be paid for the duration from rig release from drilled location to
             spudding of next location in cluster in same drill site. No charges for any services i.e. SDR-1 and SDR -
             2 will be payable during Intra Location movement of Rig
    6. Bidder shall quote rates inclusive of Service Tax taking into account input tax credits etc. available to them.
       Bidders shall be required to obtain Service Tax registration from the concerned Authorities, and submit service
       Tax Invoice(s) for payment under this contract. For the purpose of “Change in Law” clause, bidders shall
       separately indicate the Service tax percentage / amount included in the rates.
    7. Bidders should quote the charges / rates, giving complete break up of all the quoted services which are taxable
       under Service Tax rules 1994 (as amended from time to time) and clearly indicating the applicable rate of
       service tax (along with rates of all related levies viz. Surcharges, Cess, etc.,) nature / category of service as per
       service tax rules (under which the respective service is covered) and the amount of service tax included in his
       bid. Details of abatements / deductions available, if any, should also be indicated specifically.
         In case the applicability of Services Tax is not quoted explicitly in the offer, the offer will be considered as
         inclusive of all liabilities of Service tax.
         In the contracts involving multiple services or involving supply of certain goods / materials along with the
         services, the bidder should give separate break-up for cost of goods and cost of various services, and
         accordingly quote service tax as applicable for the taxable services, in case the bidder does not give break-up
         of the quoted prices, separately indicating the components of taxable services and material to be supplied (if
         any), the Service Tax will be loaded on entire quoted / contract value for evaluation.

   8.    Bidders shall indicate the CIF value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and equipments meant for other
         services for issue of Recommendatory Letter for obtaining E.C from DGH for availing benefits of Customs duty
         exemption as rig is to be deployed in eligible PEL / ML areas, issued or renewed after 01.04.1999. Bidders
         shall indicate the (in case Bidder is offering more than 1 Rig as a different option against the requirement of
         one Rig), CIF value of Drilling Rig(S) & its allied equipment (for each quoted option), as per following format: -

             Sl. Description of Rig / Equipment / Item           Qty.        CIF Value per Unit.        Total CIF Value
          1
          2
          3
          & so on

         The above rig details, for each quoted option, must be furnished in the Price Bid and a blanked-out copy must
         be submitted in the un-priced bid.
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        Increase in total CIF value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and equipments of services will not be
        considered at any point of time.
        ONGC shall issue Recommendatory letter against request of Contractor for availing Customs duty exemption
        for the Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services and spares &
        Consumable for the Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services.
        Bidders offering Customs cleared Rig shall submit clear documentary evidence of its Customs Clearance
        along-with un-priced bid, and shall indemnify ONGC from any incidence of Customs duty leviable in future.
   9.   Variation in the price of HSD both plus and minus after the date of Un-priced bid will be applicable with effect
        from the date on which such variation takes place and such variation in price both plus and minus shall be
        adjusted from the monthly invoices. For the purpose of claiming variation in rate of HSD, Contractor shall
        submit necessary supporting documents like invoice copy. Further, the contractor shall indicate the daily
        consumption of the HSD for Drilling Unit & all its equipment at the site in the DPR.



                                                                                     Seal & Signature of the Bidder




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                                                PRICE FORMAT

                             (FOR RIG TO BE MOBILIZED FROM OUTSIDE INDIA)

                      Minimum 1400 HP Type II Drilling Rig: 01 No.; PEL/ML Area, Ahmedabad Asset
Quotation No.    : ________________________________________________________
Name and type of the Drilling Rig offered: _____________________________________
Currency of Quote                           : ___________________________________
Validity of Bid: ____________________________________________________________

Location from where the Rig is to be mobilized: ___________________________________

Mobilization fee should be quoted as per sl no. 6. However NET EDR for offered Rig to be mobilized
from within India and offered Rig to be mobilized from outside India should be same.

 Sl.                        Particular                        Rate without   Service Tax    Rate with
 no.                                                          Service Tax                  Service Tax
  1     Rig Operating Day Rate (RODR)
  2     Non-operating Day Rate (NODR)
        (Should not be more than 90% of RODR)
  3     Rig Equipment Break-down Day Rate (EBDR)
        (Should not be more than 75% of RODR)
 4 a.   Inter- location move charges, lumpsum (ILMC)
        (Charges for each inter location move including
        De-rigging, loading, unloading & rigging up
        charges excluding Rig Transportation Charges)
 4 b.   Intra Location Move Charges lumpsum (CMC)
        (Charges for each Intra location move for cluster
        Location within same location)
  5     Rig Transportation Charges per Km. (RTC) (For
        evaluation purpose 140 Kms. is considered)
  6     Mobilization Fee (Lumpsum), if any (MOB) for the
        rig and services
        (Should not be more than US$ 80000 (Rs 40
        Lakhs for bidders quoting in Indian Rupess) for rig
        mobilized from within India
        and
        should not be more than US$ 800000 (Rs 4 Crores
        for bidders quoting in Indian Rupess) for rig
        mobilized from outside India)
  7     Demobilization Fee (lumpsum), if any (DEMOB)
  8     Service Day Rate for Mud Services as per Scope
        of Work (SDR 1)
 09     Service Day Rate for Cementing Services as per
        Scope of Work (SDR 2)
 10     (A). Value of the rig and equipment for Customs
        duty purpose / for obtaining EC (Equipment-wise
        list shall be submitted separately showing FOB &
        CIF values)
        (B) Total CIF value of equipment meant for other
        Services (Equipment-wise list shall be submitted
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        separately showing FOB & CIF values for the
        purpose of Customs duty / for obtaining EC)
 11     Total foreign exchange requirement per day or
        lumpsum for entire duration of the contract (to be
        indicated only in case of bidder quoting in Indian
        Rupees)
 12     Rate of HSD In Ahmedabad Asset as on date of
        price Bid opening
 13     Percentage of Service Tax considered
        Details to be given in sl no. 18 (Notes: 1).

14. PRICES OF MUD CHEMICALS:

Sr.         Name of Mud Chemical            FOR Rate per           Unit of      Estimated        Total price of
No                                               unit            Measurement   Qty. per Well   Mud Chemicals
                                             for Rig site                                         in one year
                                             Ahmedabad                                            (Rate/UOM)
                                               without                                         x(Qty per Well) x
                                            Customs duty                                        (3 wells in one
                                                                                                      year)
 1.   BARYTES                                                        MT                 667
 2.   BENTONITE                                                      MT                  10
 3.   BIOCIDE                                                        MT                  0.2
 4.   CALCIUM CARBONATE                                              KL                    1
      POWDER
 5.   CALCIUM CARBONATE                                              MT                    1
      MED/FINE
6     CALCIUM CHLORIDE                                               MT                  25
7     CAUSTIC SODA                                                   MT                    2
8     POLYAMINE                                                      MT                    1
9     CITIC ACID                                                     MT                  0.5
10    CELLULOSE FIBRE                                                MT                  0.5
11    CFLS                                                           MT                    2
12    CMC (LVG)                                                      MT                    2
13    SODIUM CHLORIDE                                                MT                  15
14    CORR. INHIB.                                                   MT                  0.1
15    DRILLING MUD DETERGENT                                         KL                    1
16    EP LUBE                                                        MT                    1
17    HTHP FLUID LOSS ADDITIVE                                       MT                    5
18    HTHP DEFLOCCULANT                                              MT                    4
19    HTHP SHALE STABILIZER                                          MT                    3
20    LCM MIX – I AND MIX –II OR                                     MT                    1
      EQV
21    LIGNITE                                                        MT                   2
22    DEFOMER                                                        KL                 0.2
23    METAL COMPLEX                                                  MT                0.25
24    Mgo                                                            MT                 0.5
25    MODIFIED STARCH                                                MT                   1
26    PAC-LVG                                                        MT                   4
27    PAC-R                                                          MT                   2
28    PHPA                                                           MT                 1.6

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  Sr.            Name of Mud Chemical            FOR Rate per         Unit of        Estimated         Total price of
  No                                                  unit          Measurement     Qty. per Well    Mud Chemicals
                                                  for Rig site                                          in one year
                                                  Ahmedabad                                             (Rate/UOM)
                                                    without                                          x(Qty per Well) x
                                                 Customs duty                                         (3 wells in one
                                                                                                            year)
  29        CP GYCOL                                                     MT                    10
  30        POTASSIUM CHOLORIDE                                          MT                    30
  31        RADIAGREEN EP LUBE                                           MT                      1
  32        SODA ASH                                                     MT                    0.1
  33        SPOTTING FLUID – NW                                          KL                    0.4
  34        SPOTTING FLUID – W                                           MT                    0.4
  35        SOLTEX OR EQV                                                MT                      5
  36        XC POLYMER                                                   MT                    2.5
            Total Evaluated cost of Mud Chemicals (A)

 15. PRICES OF CEMENT ADDITIVES:

  Sr.           Name of Cement Additives         FOR Rate per         Unit of    Estimated             Total price of
  No                                                  unit          Measurement Qty. per Well             Cement
                                                  for Rig site                                         Additives in
                                                  Ahmedabad                                               one year
                                                    without                                             (Rate/UOM)
                                                 Customs duty                                        x(Qty per Well) x
                                                                                                      (3 wells in one
                                                                                                           year)
  1.        FLUID LODD ADDITIVE                                          KG             1213
  2         FRICTION REDUCER                                             KG             1193
  3         LO TEMPERATURE RETARDER                                      KG             135
  4         DEFOMER                                                      KG             223
  5         SILICA FLOOR                                                 MT              30
  6         HEMATITE                                                     MT              7
  7         HI TEMP FLUID LOSS ADDITIVE                                  KG             423
  8         HI TEMPERATURE RETARDER                                      KG             128
  9         SPACER                                                       KG             125
  10        STABILIZING AGENT                                            KG             172
            Total evaluated cost of Cement Additives (B)

16.           Basis for Comparison of Bids:
              Bids shall be compared based on Effective day Rate (EDR) which shall be worked out as under:

      i.    EDR –I (Operations)
            = [MOB + (RODR X 269) + (NODR X 60) + (EBDR X 16) + (SDR1) X345 days + (SDR2) X 345 days + DEMOB
            + LOADINGS, if any] / 365 days

      ii.   EDR – II (Rig Move Rate)
            = [(ILMC X 02 moves) + (RTC X 140 Kms.) + (CMC X 01)] / 365 days

  iii.      EDR – III (Well Materials)
            = [Total Evaluated cost of mud chemicals given at sl. no.14 above (A) +     Total Evaluated cost of Cement
            Additives given at sl. no.15 above (B)] / 365 days
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         = (A + B) / 365 days

 iv.      EDR – IV (Custom Duty) = NIL (Rig to be deployed in PEL / ML area)

         NET EDR = EDR I + EDR-II + EDR-III + EDR-IV

17. Mud chemicals, Cement additives will be paid as per actual consumption. No day rate for chemicals & additives will
    be paid. The EDR III above is for evaluation purpose.

 18    Notes:
       10. Bidders shall provide service tax details in the following format.

              Sl. No.                                                       Particulars
               1(a)                Services on which Service Tax is considered payable
                             (1)
                             (2)
                             (3)
                             (4)
                              .
                              .
                              .
                                                                                                                     Rate %
                   1(b)      Gross rate of Service Tax applicable on the bid closing/opening day
                   1(c)      Less: Weighted Average rate of Service tax deductible on account of services (-)
                             availed as input services
                   1(d)      Net rate of Service tax included in the above rates (1(a) above)
                               IV.     No Service tax payment document to be submitted along with first month bill.
                                V.     Copy of Service tax payment document for each month to be submitted along with the
                                       following month’s bill.
                               VI.     (iii) Service tax for last month of the contract period would be reimbursed on submission of a
                                       copy of the service tax payment document .

       11. Bidder in the techno-commercial bid (un-priced bid) shall submit a copy of the price bid prices duly blanked out
           and put a tick mark ( √ ) against all the price elements at Sl. No. 1 to 15 as an indication of the item having
           been quoted by the bidder in the price bid.

       12. For supply of materials Service Tax is not chargeable / payable.

       13. Bidders shall quote lump-sum Mobilization Fee for mobilization of Drilling Rig and equipment from different
           places not exceeding the following amounts :-

           a) For rig to be mobilized from within India                    : US$ 80000 (Rs 40 Lakhs for bidder quoting in
                                                                           Indian Rupees).
           b) For rig to be mobilized from outside India                   : US$ 800000 (Rs 4 Crores for bidder quoting in
                                                                           Indian Rupees).
           Note:
           v)             Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes rig and all the equipments required for services as per scope of
                          work.
            vi)           Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes Service tax.
            vii)          In case the Mobilization charge quoted by bidder exceeds the limit specified above then the offer of
                          such bidder shall be straightway rejected.
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         viii)    Bidders may offer Rigs either to be mobilized from within India and / or Rigs to be
                  mobilized from outside India. However bidder may offer alternate Rig(s) for both the cases
                  i.e. Rig(s) from within India and / or Rig(s) to be mobilized from outside India. They may do
                  so by submitting separate Price-Bids as per price bid format provided with the tender,
                  quoting Mobilization Fees not exceeding the Mobilization Fee limits mentioned above.
                  However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs (whether rigs to be mobilized from within India OR
                  Rigs to be mobilized from outside India) shall be the same. In case of difference in NET
                  EDR quoted by bidder, the lowest NET EDR will be considered for evaluation and award of
                  Contract.
    14. a) During the Inter Location Movement (period from rig release to spudding of next well) from one location to
           another, only “INTER LOCATION MOVEMENT CHARGES (ILMC) & RTC as applicable will be payable.
           No charges for any services i.e. SDR-1 and SDR - 2 will be payable during Inter Location
           movement of Rig.
          b) During intra location movement, in case of drilling of cluster wells in same location, the rig has to be
             moved within a distance of approximately 10-15 mtr, for which transportation of materials is not involved
             and only rig has to be shifted and extension of cables and lines are required. In such case only INTRA
             LOCATION MOVE CHARGES (CMC) will be paid for the duration from rig release from drilled location to
             spudding of next location in cluster in same drill site. No charges for any services i.e. SDR-1 and SDR -
             2 will be payable during Intra Location movement of Rig

    15. Bidder shall quote rates inclusive of Service Tax taking into account input tax credits etc. available to them.
        Bidders shall be required to obtain Service Tax registration from the concerned Authorities, and submit service
        Tax Invoice(s) for payment under this contract. For the purpose of “Change in Law” clause, bidders shall
        separately indicate the Service tax percentage / amount included in the rates.

    16. Bidders should quote the charges / rates, giving complete break up of all the quoted services which are taxable
        under Service Tax rules 1994 (as amended from time to time) and clearly indicating the applicable rate of
        service tax (along with rates of all related levies viz. Surcharges, Cess, etc.,) nature / category of service as per
        service tax rules (under which the respective service is covered) and the amount of service tax included in his
        bid. Details of abatements / deductions available, if any, should also be indicated specifically.
        In case the applicability of Services Tax is not quoted explicitly in the offer, the offer will be considered as
        inclusive of all liabilities of Service tax.
        In the contracts involving multiple services or involving supply of certain goods / materials along with the
        services, the bidder should give separate break-up for cost of goods and cost of various services, and
        accordingly quote service tax as applicable for the taxable services, in case the bidder does not give break-up
        of the quoted prices, separately indicating the components of taxable services and material to be supplied (if
        any), the Service Tax will be loaded on entire quoted / contract value for evaluation.
   17. Bidders shall indicate the CIF value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and equipments meant for other
       services for issue of Recommendatory Letter for obtaining E.C from DGH for availing benefits of Customs duty
       exemption as rig is to be deployed in eligible PEL / ML areas, issued or renewed after 01.04.1999. Bidders
       shall indicate the (in case Bidder is offering more than 1 Rig as a different option against the requirement of
       one Rig), CIF value of Drilling Rig(S) & its allied equipment (for each quoted option), as per following format: -

            Sl. Description of Rig / Equipment / Item Qty.                CIF Value per Unit.       Total CIF Value
         1
         2
         3
         & so on
        The above rig details, for each quoted option, must be furnished in the Price Bid and a blanked-out copy must
        be submitted in the un-priced bid.

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        Increase in total CIF value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and equipments of services will not be
        considered at any point of time.
        ONGC shall issue Recommendatory letter against request of Contractor for availing Customs duty exemption
        for the Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services and spares &
        Consumable for the Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services.
        Bidders offering Customs cleared Rig shall submit clear documentary evidence of its Customs Clearance
        along-with un-priced bid, and shall indemnify ONGC from any incidence of Customs duty leviable in future.
   18. Variation in the price of HSD both plus and minus after the date of Un-priced bid will be applicable with effect
       from the date on which such variation takes place and such variation in price both plus and minus shall be
       adjusted from the monthly invoices. For the purpose of claiming variation in rate of HSD, Contractor shall
       submit necessary supporting documents like invoice copy. Further, the contractor shall indicate the daily
       consumption of the HSD for Drilling Unit & all its equipment at the site in the DPR.



                                                                                     Seal & Signature of the Bidder




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                                                                                                  ANNEXURE - V
                                          BID EVALUATION CRITERIA

A.      Vital Criteria for Acceptance of Bids:-
        Bidders are advised not to take any exception/deviations to the bid document. Exceptions / Deviations, if
        any, should be brought out during the Pre-bid conference. In case Pre-bid conference is not held, the
        exceptions/ deviations along with suggested changes are to be communicated to ONGC within the date
        specified in the NIT and bid document. ONGC after processing such suggestions may, through an
        addendum to the bid document, communicate to the bidders the changes in its bid document, if any. Still,
        if exceptions /deviations are maintained in the bid, such conditional/ non-conforming bids shall not be
        considered and shall be out-rightly rejected.
B.      REJECTION CRITERIA
B.1     TECHNICAL REJECTION CRITERIA
        The following vital technical conditions should be strictly complied with failing which the bid will be
        rejected:
1.0     Bid should be complete covering all the scope of Work laid down in tender document and should conform
        to the technical specifications indicated in the bid documents, duly supported with technical catalogues/
        literatures wherever required. Incomplete and non-conforming bids will be rejected outright.
2.0     Experience of Bidder:
2.1     The bidder should be a drilling contractor having minimum 3 years drilling experience out of which at least
        one year should be on the type of Drilling Rig offered against this tender OR on same / higher capacity
        Onshore Drilling Rigs or Offshore Drilling Rigs. Such bidders shall provide other services through any of
        the short-listed agencies given in the tender document.
                                                            Or
        The Bidder should be an E&P Company having minimum 3 years in-house drilling, Mud Services,
        Cementing Services capabilities and experience out of which at least one year should be on the type of
        Drilling Rig offered OR on same / higher capacity Onshore Drilling Rigs or Offshore Drilling Rigs. Any
        service(s) not available in-house shall be provided through any of the short-listed agencies given in the
        tender document.
                                                            Or
        The bidder should be a service provider having minimum 3 years experience in at-least one of the main
        services listed below and also experience of executing one contract for integrated drilling services
        involving project management, Mud services and Cementing Services: -
        a) Mud services and
        b) Cementing Services
        Such bidders shall provide drilling services through a drilling contractor having minimum 3 years drilling
        experience out of which at least one year should be on the type of drilling rig offered against this tender
        OR on same / higher capacity Onshore Drilling Rigs or Offshore Drilling Rigs, and other service(s) through
        one of the short-listed agencies specified in the tender document.
        Note :- Documents required to substantiate the required experience are:-
        I.       Bidder should submit copies of respective contracts {showing (a) Name of Operator with
                 complete address (b) Duration (start & end) of contract (c) scope of work & (d) Type of Rig
                 offered in the Contract(s)}, along with documentary evidence in respect of satisfactory execution
                 of each of those contracts, in the form of copies of any of the documents (indicating respective
                 contract number and type of services), such as – (i) Satisfactory completion / performance report
                 (OR) (ii) proof of release of Performance Security after completion of the contract (OR) (iii) proof

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                   of settlement / release of final payment against the contract (OR) (iv) any other documentary
                   evidence that can substantiate the satisfactory execution of each of the contracts cited above.
        II.        Bidders quoting based on their own experience shall submit the following:-
               a) Supporting documents as per Note (I) above, in support of their own experience, duly notarized
                  as per rule of country of bidder or authenticated by Indian Embassy / High Commission / Trade
                  Consulates, located in the country of the bidder, indicating the following, for each supporting
                  document submitted: -
                   Contract No(s)
                   Duration of Contract
                   Scope of work
                   Type of Rig deployed
                   Name of Operator with their complete address, present telephone number, fax number & e-
                      mail address.
               b) An undertaking from the Bidder that “in case of documents / information provided by them proves
                  to be incorrect or misleading, their offer shall be rejected by ONGC and also ONGC reserve the
                  right to itself to put them on holiday”.
        III)       Bidders quoting based on the experience of their Technical Collaborator shall also submit the
                   following:-
               a) Supporting documents regarding experience of their Technical Collaborator as per Note (1)
                    above, duly notarized as per rule of country of Technical Collaborator or authenticated by Indian
                    Embassy / High Commission / Trade Consulates, located in the country of the Technical
                    Collaborator.
               a.1) In case technical collaborator has executed Contract(s) in India and also having Project Office in
                    India, then in such case, the supporting documents regarding experience of having executed
                    contract(s) in India, duly notarized in India can also be submitted, provided it is certified by the
                    Technical Collaborator that the Originals of such documents are available in India.
                    ONGC reserves the right to check / verify originals.
               b) An original certificate from their Technical Collaborator, certifying the genuineness of supporting
                  documents regarding experience, indicating the following, for each supporting document
                  submitted:-
                   Contract No(s)
                   Duration of Contract
                   Scope of work
                   Type of Rig deployed
                   Name of Operator with their complete address, present telephone number, fax number & e-
                      mail address.
               c) An undertaking from the Bidder that “in case of documents / information provided by them proves
                  to be incorrect or misleading, their offer shall be rejected by ONGC and also ONGC reserve the
                  right to itself to put them on holiday”.
               d) ONGC reserves the right to directly contact Technical Collaborator / Service Provider of the
                  Bidder for verification of any document related to them. Bidder is to submit an undertaking from
                  Technical Collaborator/ Service provider that the Technical Collaborator/ Service provider will
                  directly reply to ONGC in case of any clarification/ confirmation/ deficient document sought from
                  them with reference to the tender during the tender evaluation process and also during the
                  contract execution, in case of award of contract to the bidder.
2.2     Details of experience and past performance of the bidder and the collaborator (in case of collaboration) or
        of joint venture partner (in case of a joint venture) or Parent company (in case of subsidiary co.) or Leader
        of the Consortium (in case of Consortium bid) on works/ jobs done of similar nature in the past and details
        of current work in hand and other contractual commitments, indicating areas and clients are to be
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        submitted along with documentary evidence in the techno-commercial bid, in support of the experience
        laid down at para 2.1 above.
3.0     Bidders quoting based on technical collaboration/Joint Venture, shall submit an original Memorandum of
        Understanding / Agreement, specific to this tender (indicating the Tender No. & Description) with their
        technical collaborator / Joint Venture partner clearly indicating their roles under the Scope of Work, which
        shall also be addressed to ONGC, and shall remain valid and binding for the contract period under this
        tender.
        Memorandum of Understanding / Agreement must contain the complete address, telephone number, fax
        number of the Technical Collaborator & E-mail Address of the person who has signed the MOU /
        Agreement.
        Power of attorney in respect of person signing the MOU/Agreement on behalf of technical collaborator
        should also be submitted along with the MOU/Agreement.

4.0     Consortium Bids:
        In case the bidder is a consortium of companies, the following requirement should be satisfied by the
        bidder:
        a) The leader of the consortium should satisfy the minimum experience requirement as per para 2.1
           above.
        b) The leader of the consortium should confirm unconditional acceptance of full responsibility of
           executing the ‘Scope of work’ of this tender. This confirmation should be submitted along with the
           techno-commercial bid.
        c) All the members of the consortium must undertake in their MOU that each party shall be jointly and
           severally liable to ONGC for any and all obligations and responsibilities arising out of this contract.
5.0     Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the basis of technical experience of the
        parent/subsidiary company and on the basis of experience of sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary
        company:
5.1     Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the basis of technical experience of the
        parent/subsidiary company:
        Offers of those bidders who themselves do not meet the technical experience criteria as stipulated in the
        BEC can also be considered provided the bidder is a subsidiary company of the parent company in which
        the parent company has 100% stake or parent company can also be considered on the strength of its
        100% subsidiary. However, the parent/subsidiary company of the bidder should on its own meet the
        technical experience as stipulated in the BEC and should not rely for meeting the technical experience
        criteria on its sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary company or through any other arrangement like Technical
        collaboration agreement. In that case as the subsidiary company is dependent upon the technical
        experience of the parent company or vice-versa with a view to ensure commitment and involvement of the
        parent/subsidiary company for successful execution of the contract, the participating bidder should enclose
        an Agreement (as per format enclosed at Appendix A-1) between the parent and the subsidiary
        company or vice-versa and Parent/Subsidiary Guarantee (as per format enclosed at Appendix A-2)
        from the parent/subsidiary company to ONGC for fulfilling the obligation under the Agreement, along with
        the techno-commercial bid.
5.2     Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the basis of technical experience of sister
        subsidiary/co-subsidiary company:
        Offers of those bidders who themselves do not meet the technical experience criteria stipulated in the BEC
        can also be considered based on the experience criteria of their Sister subsidiary/Co-subsidiary company
        within the ultimate parent/holding company subject to meeting of the following conditions:
i.       Provided that the sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary company and the bidding company are both 100%
         subsidiaries of an ultimate parent/holding company either directly or through intermediate 100%

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         subsidiaries of the ultimate parent/holding company or through any other 100% subsidiary company
         within the ultimate/holding parent company. Documentary evidence to this effect to be submitted by the
         ultimate parent/holding company along with the techno-commercial bid.
ii.      Provided that the sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary company on its own meets and not through any other
         arrangement like Technical collaboration agreement meets the technical experience criteria stipulated in
         the BEC.
iii.     Provided that with a view to ensure commitment and involvement of the ultimate parent/holding company
         for successful execution of the contract, the participating bidder shall enclose an agreement (as per
         format enclosed at Appendix A-3) between them, their ultimate parent/holding company and the sister
         subsidiary/co-subsidiary company.
iv.      Provided that the turnover of the ultimate/holding parent company in the last financial year is more than
         US$ 1 billion. Copy of the latest published Audited Annual Report to be submitted by the ultimate/holding
         parent company, along with the techno-commercial bid.
        In case of contracts involving multifarious activities such as - (a) manufacturing /supply (b) installation and
        commissioning (c) servicing and maintenance of any equipment, then in that case, the bidding company
        can draw on the experience of their multiple subsidiary sister company(ies)/co-subsidiary company(ies)
        specializing in each sphere of activity, i.e. (a) manufacturing/supply (b) installation and commissioning (c)
        servicing and maintenance. However, all the sister subsidiary company(ies)/co-subsidiary company(ies)
        and the bidding company should be 100% subsidiary company(ies) of an ultimate parent/holding company
        either directly or through intermediate 100% subsidiaries of the ultimate parent/holding company or
        through any other 100% subsidiary company within the ultimate/holding parent company. Documentary
        evidence to the effect that all the sister subsidiary company(ies)/ co-subsidiary company(ies) are 100%
        subsidiaries of the ultimate/holding parent company should be submitted along with the techno-commercial
        bid.
6.0     Crew Experience:

         (a)   The bidder shall confirm to deploy minimum nos. and the category of the Rig crew personnel as
               indicated in the Scope of Work Under Annexure-III of the Bid Documents. Bidder may deploy
               additional personnel for maintenance/ operation/ supervision/ training/ inspection at their cost.
               ONGC shall make no payment for additional personnel so deployed.
        (b)    The Drilling Rig Key personnel i.e. Drilling Superintendent, Tool Pusher, Tour Pusher, Driller, Asstt.
               Driller, Chief Mechanic, Chief Electrician and Safety Officer must have at least three years
               experience in their respective position and should be fluent in English. Out of three years of Drilling
               experience, Drilling Rig Key personnel i.e. Drilling Superintendent, Tool Pusher, Tour Pusher,
               Driller, Asstt. Driller, Chief Mechanic, Chief Electrician and Safety Officer should have at least one
               year drilling experience in type of Drilling Rig offered (onshore Conventional Drilling Rig).
        (c)    The experience of key personnel to be deployed for other services should be minimum 3 years
               experience in their respective positions and fluency in English.
        (d)    Confirmation in regard to para 6 (b) & (c) above shall be submitted in the un-priced bid. However,
               list of all crew personnel with bio-data, proof of qualification and experience etc. shall be submitted
               for approval of ONGC before commencement of work.
7.0     Bidder’s Equipment:
7.1     The bidder shall offer serviceable / new drilling Rig fulfilling Scope of Work and conforming to the
        Technical Specifications laid down in the Bid Document. The complete details of the last contract taken up,
        last Operator and the period during which the Rig was last in operation shall be submitted with
        documentary evidence in the un-priced bid. Idling period of the Rig shall not be more than 3 years
        continuously on the date of submission of Bid.
7.2     The Bidder shall confirm in the un-priced bid that the equipment of the offered Drilling Rig are in good
        working condition and shall furnish a Certificate from any one of the Third Party Inspection Agencies like
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        MODU SPEC, Oil Field Audit Services Inc., DNV, BV, Lloyds and ABS bringing out the condition, status of
        the Drilling Rig & the equipment (as per Appendix-1 of BEC) and confirmation to the effect that Residual
        Life of the Rig & its Equipment are not less than five years as on the date of opening of un-priced bid. The
        Certificate from TPI Agency should not be more than six months old, as on the date of opening of technical
        bid.
        This however, shall not be applicable for bidders offering new Drilling Rig and new Equipment.

7.3     The bidder shall submit the lay-out of the offered Rig in the un-priced bid along-with the confirmation that
        design & operating criteria and Load Bearing Diagram be submitted within 15 days from the date of issue
        of Letter of Award.
8.0     Age of the Rig & Equipment:
8.1     Bidders may refer current provisions of Import Export Policy for the import of second hand Rig &
        equipment and quote accordingly.
8.2     Offered Rig & its Equipment should not be older than 15 years as on the date of opening of technical bids.
9.0     Identification of Rig:
9.1     Bidders shall identify the offered Rig(s) in the un-priced bid along-with documentary proof confirming
        availability of the rig for this contract. Bidders will not be allowed to substitute the rig once offered by them
        in their bid during the period of bid validity. However, the bidder will have an option to change the identified
        rig at the time of extending the bid validity, on the request of ONGC during tender processing, provided the
        substitute Rig meets tender specifications.
9.2     Bidder can offer more than one rig against the requirement of rig giving complete technical details for
        evaluation. All the rigs would be techno-commercially evaluated. The bidder can mobilize any one of the
        rigs found techno-commercially acceptable by ONGC but the name of the rig to be mobilized by the bidder,
        would have to be furnished by them within 15 days of placement of LOA.
9.3     Bidder can also offer identified rigs but with the condition ‘subject to availability’. Such bids shall be
        considered for techno-commercial evaluation .However, bidders have to confirm the availability of rig
        along-with valid original MOU 7 days prior to price bid opening, failing which their offer shall not be
        considered for price bid opening.
9.4     In case bidder is the owner of the offered Rig, bidder himself shall certify availability of the Rig for this
        contract.
9.5     Bidders offering a leased Rig or Rig proposed to be purchased shall submit in the un-priced bid original
        MOU/Agreement of lease/purchase concluded specifically for this tender with the owner of the Rig along-
        with documentary proof of ownership. The MOU/Agreement shall clearly state that the Rig (name of the
        rig) is not being offered by the owner to anybody else other than the bidder against ONGC tender No…….
        The MOU/Agreement shall be kept valid through the validity of the bid. Successful bidder shall be required
        to keep it valid through-out the contract period.
9.6     Drilling Rigs already operating with ONGC.
        In case bidders offering Drilling Rigs, which are in operation with ONGC, and where the balance period of
        primary term under the existing Contract as on date of publication of Notice Inviting Tender (N.I.T.) /
        Corrigendum to N.I.T (for Re-sale of Tender, if any) (in Baroda Newspaper) is more than 365 days, then
        such Rig(s) shall not be considered.
10.0    Inspection:
10.1    The Contractor shall deploy the Drilling Unit and other services, duly inspected by third party inspection
        agency and accepted by user Assets of ONGC, at the specified location nominated by ONGC, within 180
        days from the date of issue of letter of award. TPI shall be conducted at the 1st specified location of ONGC.
10.2     ONGC will accept the Drilling Unit only after ONGC nominated third party inspection, at ONGC cost by any
         one of the following short listed agencies prior to commencement of contract, confirms that the Drilling Unit

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         is as per tender specifications and that the Drilling Unit has undergone regular repair/ maintenance/
         overhauling as per required Industry practice.
         (a) MODU SPEC (b) Oilfield Audit Services Inc. (c) DNV (d) BV (e) Lloyds (f) ABS
         ONGC shall nominate one of the above agencies for inspection of the Drilling Rig and the equipments.
         Contactor shall give 15 days advance notice to ONGC for inspection on complete readiness of the Rig &
         equipments. A maximum of 10 man-days shall be allowed for inspection of the rig and equipments. In case
         total inspection time exceeds 10 man-days, cost of such extra time beyond 10 man-days shall be borne by
         the contractor. Further the contractor will bear entire cost of subsequent third party inspections if TPI
         agency is required to be called to verify the compliance against observations made in first inspection or
         due to non-mobilization of complete equipments of Rig Package as per contractual obligation.

B.2.    COMMERCIAL – REJECTION CRITERIA
        The following vital commercial conditions should be strictly complied with failing which the bid will be
        rejected:-
1.0     Bid along with all appendices and copies of documents should be submitted in two-bid system in e-form
        through ONGC’s e-bidding engine. The Techno- Commercial bid shall contain all details without indicating
        prices of the quoted items. However, a suitable response shall be selected of the given options against
        each item of the ‘online Price Bid format’, to indicate that there is a quote against that item in the Price bid.
        The Price bid shall contain only the prices duly filled in the on-line price format of ONGC’s e-procurement
        engine.
        The price bids submitted in physical form against e-procurement tenders shall not be given any
        cognizance. However the following documents (in original) should necessarily be submitted in physical
        form in sealed envelope superscribed as "Tender Number and due for opening on...………..." The outer
        cover should duly bear the tender number and date of closing/opening prominently underlined, along with
        the address of Purchaser's office, as indicated in Invitation for Bids:
        (i)    The original bid security.
        (ii)   The “Power of Attorney” or authorization, or any other document consisting of adequate proof of the
               ability of the signatory to bind the bidder, in original, when the power of attorney is a special “Power
               of Attorney” relating to the specific tender of ONGC only.
               A notarized true copy of the “Power of Attorney” shall also be accepted in lieu of the original, if the
               power of attorney is a general “Power of Attorney”. However, photocopy of such notarized true
               copy shall not be accepted.
        (iii) ‘Integrity Pact’ duly signed.
        (iv) Original certificate from technical Collaborator as per BEC requirement.
        (v) Original MOU / Agreement for Technical collaboration / Joint venture as per BEC requirement.
        (vi) MOU for consortium bids as per BEC requirement
        (vii) MOU / Agreement for leased Rig/ proposed to purchase as per BEC requirement
        (viii) An original certificate from the statutory auditors for claiming Price Preference as per BEC
               requirement.
        Offers with techno commercial bid-containing prices shall be rejected outright.
2.0     The offers of the bidders indicating / disclosing prices in techno commercial (un-priced bid) or at any stage
        before opening of price bid shall be straight away rejected.
3.0     Acceptance of Terms & Conditions :
        The bidder must confirm unconditional acceptance of General Conditions of Contract at Annexure II, and
        Instruction to Bidders at Annexure I.
4.0     Offers of following kinds will be rejected:
        (a) Offers made without Bid Security/Bid Bond/Bank Guarantee along-with the offer (Refer clause 17 of
            Instruction to Bidders at Annexure I).
        (b) Offer not submitted in e-form through ONGC’s e-procurement engine.
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        (c) Offers made by Agents/Consultants/Retainers/Representatives/Associates of foreign principals.
        (d) Offers which do not confirm unconditional validity of the bid for 120 days from the date of opening of
            bid
        (e) Offers where prices are not firm during the entire duration of the contract and/or with any
            qualifications.
        (f) (f.i) Offers which do not conform to ONGC’s online price bid format as given in the e-bidding engine.
            (f.ii) Offers which do not conform filling of all relevant fields in the online bidding format for the items
            quoted by them.
        (g) Offers which do not confirm to the mobilization period indicated in the bid.
        (h) Offers which do not confirm to the contract period indicated in the bid.
        (i) Offers submitted without the Integrity Pact as per the proforma given along-with the tender document,
            duly signed on each page by the same signatory who signs the bid i.e. who is duly authorized to sign
            the bid. Bidder’s failure to return the Integrity Pact along-with the bid, duly signed on each page, shall
            lead to outright rejection of such bid.
        (j) Offers and all attached documents not digitally signed using digital signatures issued by an acceptable
            Certifying Authority (CA) as per Indian IT Act 2000 by the person as per power of attorney submitted
            as per BEC clause B.2, 1.0.
        (k) Offers not accompanied with a copy of valid registration certificate under Service Tax Rules or an
            undertaking for submission of copy of requisite service tax registration certificate along with the first
            invoice under the contract. (Not Applicable for Service providers from outside India, who do not have
            any fixed establishment or permanent address in India).
            Offers not accompanied with a declaration to the effect that the bidder do not have any fixed
            establishment or permanent address in India. (Applicable for Service providers from outside India, who
            do not have any fixed establishment or permanent address in India).
        (l) Offers not accompanied with an undertaking to provide all the necessary certificates / documents for
            enabling ONGC to avail Input VAT credit and CENVAT credit benefits (wherever applicable), in respect
            of the payments of VAT, Excise Duty, Service Tax etc. which are payable against the contract (if
            awarded), along with documentary evidence for payment of Excise Duty and Service Tax.
        (m) Offers not accompanied with a declaration that neither the bidders themselves, nor any of its allied
            concerns, partners or associates or directors or proprietors involved in any capacity, are currently
            serving any banning orders issued by ONGC debarring them from carrying on business dealings with
            ONGC.
5.0     Personnel And Corporate Taxes:
        Bidder shall bear, within the quoted rates, the Personnel Tax as applicable in respect of their personnel
        and their sub-contractor’s personnel, arising out of this contract. Bidder shall also bear, within the quoted
        rates, the Corporate Tax, as applicable, on the income arising out of this contract.
6.0     Bidders must accept the following clauses of draft contract in toto:
        a. Force Majeure Clause
        b. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law
        c. Termination Clauses
        d. Settlement of Disputes Clause
        e. Customs Duty, Excise Duty and Sales Tax
        f. Safety and Labour Laws
        g. Performance Bond
        h. Liquidated Damages Clause
        i. Inspection Clause
7.0     Financial Criteria for ascertaining Financial Capability of the Bidders:
        1. Turnover of Bidders: 30% of annualized bid value or more.
        2. Net-worth of Bidder: Positive (as per latest Audited Annual Accounts).
        Notes:
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        i.    The basis of bid value shall be the price quoted by the bidder including duty and taxes, if any, which is
              taken into consideration for evaluation. However, in case Customs duty in respect of foreign bidders is
              not a part of their quotation, it shall not form basis for determining the bid value.
        ii.   For the purpose of ascertaining parameter of Turnover of the bidder, average turnover of the bidder
              for the previous two financial years shall be considered. The bidder will provide a copy each of audited
              annual accounts of previous two financial years for ascertaining their turnover. The date (i.e. the
              financial period closing date) of the immediate previous year’s audited annual accounts should not be
              older than eighteen (18) months from the bid closing/un-priced bid opening date. In case of Two Bid
              System, in the un-priced bid, the bidder will submit a ‘certificate of compliance’ to the effect that the
              Turnover of the bidder is equal to or more than the required value as applicable.
        iii. In case the information contained in the ‘certificate of compliance’, as in ii) above, is found to be
             incorrect later on after opening of price bids, then their bids will be rejected in case the bidder is not
             actually meeting the required financial criteria.
        iv. In case the bidder is a newly formed company (i.e. one which has been incorporated in the last 5
            years from the date of un-priced bid opening of the tender) who does not meet financial criteria (i.e.
            Turnover for 30% annualized bid value) by itself and submits his bid based on the financial strength
            of his promoter company, then following documents need to be submitted;
                i. Turnover of the promoter company should be more than 30% of the annualized bid value.
                ii. Net worth of the promoter company should be positive.
                iii. Corporate Guarantee on promoter company’s company letter head signed by an authorized
                     official undertaking that they would financially support the newly formed company for executing
                     the project/job in case the same is awarded to them, and
                iv. The bidder is a newly formed company i.e. one which has been incorporated in the last 5 years
                     from the date of un-priced bid opening of the tender.
        iv-(a) In case the bidder is a subsidiary company (should be a 100% subsidiary of the parent/ultimate
               parent/holding company) who does not meet financial criteria (i.e. Turnover for 30% annualized bid
               value) by itself and submits his bid based on the financial strength of his parent/ultimate
               parent/holding company, then following documents need to be submitted:
               i. Turnover of the parent/ultimate parent /holding company should be more than 30% of the
                    annualized bid value.
               ii. Net worth of the parent/ultimate parent company should be positive.
               iii. Corporate Guarantee on parent/ultimate parent/holding company’s company’s letter head
                    signed by an authorized official undertaking that they would financially support their 100%
                    subsidiary company for executing the project/job in case the same is awarded to them, and
               iv. The bidder is a 100% subsidiary company of the parent/ultimate/holding parent company.
        v. If the bid is from a Consortium, then the net worth of all the consortium partners individually should be
           positive. Further, the consortium partners should individually meet the turnover limit in proportion to
           the percentage of work to be performed by them respectively in terms of the limit of turnover specified
           in the tender. For this purpose, the bidder should indicate in the un-priced bid, the percentage of work
           to be performed by the respective consortium members. However, the financial capability of sub-
           contractors will not be taken into consideration.
        vi. In the tender, if there is specific provision allowing bidders to quote part quantity for each
            item/category/group (evaluation in that case being done item wise /category wise / group wise), then
            for ascertaining the turnover, proportionate value to 30% of their annualized bid price for that part
            quantity which has been quoted, will be considered.
        vii. In case delivery /contract period for supply of goods / services / turnkey projects is less than one year,
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8.0     Indian Companies/ Joint Venture Companies :-
        Indian bidders whose proposal for technical collaboration/ Joint Venture involves foreign equity
        participation or payment of royalty and/or lump-sum for technical know-how and wherever Govt. approval
        is necessary, are required to submit copy of Govt. approval, on their application submitted to SIA, prior to
        the date of price bid opening.
9.0     Mobilization Period:
        Bidders are required to confirm that they will mobilize the Drilling Rig duly inspected by Third Party
        Inspection Agency and accepted by ONGC, and make it available at the specified location within 180 days
        from the date of letter of award.
9.1     Mobilization Period of Offered Rigs which are already operating with ONGC: -
(i)     In case bidders offering Drilling Rig, which is in operation with ONGC, successful bidder shall deploy that
        Drilling Rig within 120 (One hundred twenty) days from date of de-hiring from the on-going Contract OR
        180 days from the date of issue of Letter of Award (L.O.A).
        Repair of Drilling Rig, if any, is to be completed and Rig to be deployed within 120 (One hundred twenty)
        days from date of de-hiring from the on-going Contract OR 180 days from the date of issue of Letter of
        Award (L.O.A).
(ii)    Bidder should note that in case the successful bidder fails to mobilize and deploy the Drilling Unit along
        with crew and/or fails to commence operations within the period specified above, ONGC shall have without
        prejudice to any other provision in the contract including sub clause (iii) below, the right to invoke the
        performance bond, forfeit the amount of performance bond and terminate the contract.
(iii)   If the Contractor is unable to mobilize / deploy the Drilling Rig and commence the operation within the
        period specified in sub-clause above, it may request ONGC for extension of the time with unconditionally
        agreeing for payment of Liquidated Damages. Upon receipt of such a request, ONGC may, at its
        discretion, extend the period of mobilization and shall recover from the Contractor, as ascertained and
        agreed Liquidated Damages not by way of penalty, a sum equivalent to ½% of one year’s Operating Day
        Rates (365 Operating Day Rates), for each week of delay or part thereof subject to a maximum of 5%.
        Operator shall have at any time but before Commencement Date, the right to terminate the Contract in
        the event Contractor fails to deploy the Drilling Unit at the first drilling location within aforesaid period,
        without prejudice to any other clauses including LD Clause.
        The parties agree that sum specified above is not a penalty but a genuine pre-estimate of the
        loss/damage which will be suffered on account of delay / breach on the part of the contractor and the
        said amount will be payable on demand, without there being any proof of the actual loss or damages
        caused by such delay/breach.
        Note:     Bidder to provide various schedules as per Clause No. 1.6.5 of the Drilling Agreement with
                  General Terms & Conditions at Annexure-II of tender document.
10.0    Mobilization Fee:
        Bidders shall quote lump-sum Mobilization Fee for mobilization of Drilling Rig and equipment from different
        places not exceeding the following amounts:
        a)      For rig to be mobilized from within India - US$ 80000 (Rs. 40 lakhs for bidders quoting in Indian
                Rupees)
        b)    For rig to be mobilized from outside India - US$ 800000 (Rs. 4 Crores for bidders quoting in Indian
              Rupees)
        Notes:-
         1) Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes Rig and all the equipment’s required for services as per scope
             of work.
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          3) In case the Mobilization Fee quoted by a Bidder exceeds the limit specified above, the offer of such
             bidder for that Rig(s) shall be straightaway rejected.
          4) Bidders may offer Rigs either to be mobilized from within India and / or Rigs to be mobilized from
             outside India. However bidder may offer alternate Rig(s) for both the cases i.e. Rig(s) from within
             India and / or Rig(s) to be mobilized from outside India. They may do so by submitting separate
             Price-Bids as per price bid format provided with the tender, quoting Mobilization Fees not exceeding
             the Mobilization Fee limits mentioned above.
              However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs (whether rigs to be mobilized from within India OR Rigs to be
              mobilized from outside India) shall be the same. In case of difference in NET EDR quoted by bidder,
              the lowest NET EDR will be considered for evaluation and award of contract.
11.0    Customs Duty
        Bidders shall indicate the CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other
        services giving item-wise details for the items proposed to be imported (in foreign Currency) for issue of
        Recommendatory Letter for obtaining E.C from DGH for availing benefits of Customs Duty exemption as
        rigs are to be deployed in eligible NELP Block & PEL/ML areas, issued or renewed after 01/04/1999.
        In case bidder is offering more than one Rig as different options against requirement of one Rig, Bidder is
        to indicate the CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services
        giving item-wise details for the items proposed to be imported.
        Increase in CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services at
        any point of time will not be considered.
        ONGC shall issue Recommendatory Letter against request of Contractor for availing Customs duty
        exemption for the Drilling Unit, equipments for other services and spares & consumables for the Drilling
        Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments meant for other services.
        Bidders offering customs cleared Rig shall submit clear documentary evidence of its Customs clearance
        along-with un-priced bid, and shall indemnify ONGC from any incidence of Customs Duty leviable in future.
12.0    Period of Charter-Hire
        The contract will be for a firm period of one year from the Commencement Date of contract.
        The contract shall stand automatically extended on same rates, terms and conditions to cover the time
        necessary to complete or abandon, to the satisfaction of ONGC, the Well(s)-in-progress at the end of the
        term of the contract
13.0    Non-Operating Day Rate:
        Non-operating Day Rate quoted by bidders shall not exceed 90% of the Operating Day Rate.
14.0    Equipment Break-down Rate:
        Equipment Break-down Rate quoted by bidders shall not exceed 75% of the Operating Day Rate.
15.0    Boarding & Lodging of ONGC Personnel:
        A provision for boarding & lodging of 10 ONGC or its third party personnel at Rig site shall be kept for
        which Rs. 450/- per person per day shall be payable by ONGC. In case a person does not stay overnight
        at the Rig site, then Rs. 100/- shall only be payable for individual meal.
16.0 Earnest Money/Bid Bond/Bid Security:
       Bidders must submit unconditional Earnest Money/Bid Bond/Bid Security, as under:-
         Bid Bond amount for Indian Bidders (in INR)     Bid Bond amount for Foreign Bidders (in US$)

                          47,88,500                                         106,450
        Earnest Money / Bid Bond / Bid Security will be submitted along with their un-priced Bid. Bank Guarantee
        shall be submitted in the prescribed format and shall be valid for a period of 30 days beyond the date of
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        required validity of the offer. In lieu of Bid Bond, foreign bidders may submit an irrevocable Letter of Credit
        valid for thirty days beyond the validity of the bid duly confirmed by an Indian Nationalized / Scheduled
        Bank. Bids not accompanied with the original bid bond/ LC / Pay Order / Demand Draft / Cashier’s Cheque
        shall be summarily rejected. However, Central Government Departments and Central PSUs are exempted
        from submission of bid bond.
17.0    Indian agent is not permitted to represent more than one foreign bidder (Contractor) in a particular tender.
        In case an Indian agent represents more than one foreign bidder (Contractor) in a particular tender, then
        offers of such foreign bidders shall be rejected in that tender.

B.3     LOADING CRITERIA
1.0     Break-down Period:
        Bidders taking exception to the allowable break-down period shall be loaded for the excess break-down
        time at quoted Non-operating Day Rate.
2.0     Service Fees:
        In the event contractor is requested to furnish any single item of equipment, material or supplies which
        ONGC is required to furnish under the Agreement, contractor shall be paid a service fee of 7.5% on F.O.B.
        value less discount if any, for each procurement costing up to US$ 30,000.00 and 5% for each
        procurement costing more than US$ 30,000.00 to cover total costs to the contractor on account of such
        procurement and actual cost of services against documents. In addition, Customs Duty paid if any, would
        be reimbursed at actuals against documentary evidence. Bidders taking exception to this clause shall be
        loaded by the difference in service fee desired. For this purpose, estimated amount of US$ 50,000/- will be
        taken for purchases up to US$ 30,000/- in each case and US$ 200,000/- for purchases exceeding US$
        30,000/- in each case.
3.0     Liability In Case of Blow-out /Pollution:
        Bidder shall confirm to under-take liability up to Rs.50 Lakhs for each incident of blow-out and / or
        pollution. Bids not conforming to the above, shall be loaded for an amount of Rs. 50 Lakhs or the
        difference in amount in case of partial acceptance, considering one such incidence.
C       PRICE EVALUATION CRITERIA

1.0      While evaluating the bids, the closing B.C. Selling market rates of exchange declared by the State Bank of
        India on the day prior to the opening of price bid/revised price bid will be taken into account for conversion
        of foreign currency into Indian Rupees. Where the time lag between opening of price bid and final decision
        exceeds three months, the B.C. selling market rate of exchange declared by SBI on the day prior to date
        of final decision will be adopted for conversion of foreign currency into Indian Rupees.

2.0     Tender is for Charter Hiring of one number Type-II Drilling Rig (4900 M Capacity) having 1400 HP with
        mud services and cementing services for Ahmedabad Asset for PEL/ML Area.
        Bids shall be compared on the basis of NET EDR worked out as per the Price Format given in tender
        document.
        Bidders may offer Rigs either to be mobilized from within India and / or Rigs to be mobilized from outside
        India. However bidder may offer alternate Rig(s) for both the cases i.e. Rig(s) from within India and / or
        Rig(s) to be mobilized from outside India. They may do so by submitting separate Price-Bids as per price
        bid format provided with the tender, quoting Mobilization Fees not exceeding the Mobilization Fee limits
        mentioned above.
        However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs (whether rigs to be mobilized from within India OR Rigs to be
        mobilized from outside India) shall be the same. In case of difference in NET EDR quoted by bidder, the
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        In case the Mobilization Fee quoted by a Bidder exceeds the limit specified above, the offer of such bidder
        for that Rig(s) shall be straightaway rejected.
3.0     Bidders should quote the Charges/rates, giving complete break up of all the quoted services which are
        taxable under Service Tax rules 1994 (as amended from time to time) and clearly indicating the applicable
        rate of service tax (along with rates of all related levies viz. Surcharges, Cess, etc.,) nature / category of
        service as per service tax rules (under which the respective service is covered) and the amount of service
        tax included in his bid. Details of abatements / deductions available, if any, should also be indicated
        specifically.
        In case the applicability of Services Tax is not quoted explicitly in the offer, the offer will be considered as
        inclusive of all liabilities of Service Tax.
        In the contracts involving multiple services or involving supply of certain goods / materials along with the
         services, the Bidder should give separate break-up for cost of goods and cost of various services, and
         accordingly quote Service Tax as applicable for the taxable services. In case the Bidder does not give
         break-up of the quoted prices, separately indicating the components of taxable services and material to be
         supplied (if any), the Service Tax will be loaded on entire quoted / contract value for evaluation.
3.1      For Services received by ONGC in Indian Territory from a Service provider from outside India, who does
         not have any fixed establishment or permanent address in India, the Bidder should not include the service
         tax in his quoted price. However, the Service tax as applicable will be loaded for evaluation on the portion
         of services which attract service tax. In case the Bidder does not give break-up of the quoted price,
         separately indicating the component for the taxable services and material to be supplied (if any), the
         service tax will be loaded on entire quoted / Contract value.
4.0      If Customs Duty/Excise Duty/Sales Tax/Service Tax are being taken into account for the purpose of
         evaluation of bids then the rate of Customs Duty/Excise Duty/Sales Tax Service Tax as prevailing on the
         date of bid closing/date of revised price bid closing as the case may be will be taken into consideration for
         the propose of evaluation of bids. However, if there is any change in the rate of Customs Duty/Excise
         Duty /Sales Tax Service Tax after the date of bid closing/date of revised price bid closing but prior to
         award of the contract due to which there is any change in the original ranking of Bidders, then the Bidder
         who has emerged lowest based on the rate of Customs Duty/Excise Duty/Sales Tax /Service Tax as
         prevailing on the date of bid closing/bid submission/opening of revised prices would be considered for
         award of contract but subject to matching his prices with the Bidder who has emerged lowest as a result of
         modification in duties & taxes. In case originally evaluated L-1 Bidder fails to match the price (with the
         Bidder who emerges L-1 due to change in Duties) then the award of contract will go to the Bidder who
         subsequently emerges L-1 due to change in Duties.
5.0     Discount:
        Bidders are advised not to indicate any separate discount. Discounts if any, shall be merged with the
        quoted rates. Discounts of any type indicated separately will not be taken into account for evaluation
        purpose. However, in the event of such an offer emerging lowest without considering the discount, ONGC
        shall avail the discount at the time of award of contract.
6.0     Price Preference applicable to Domestic Bidders in ICB tenders:
        Domestic Bidders would be entitled to a price preference of upto ten percent (10%) over the lowest accept-
        able (evaluated) foreign bid subject to value addition. For ensuring value addition and eligibility for price
        preference, domestic bidders should provide all evidence necessary to prove that they meet the following
        criteria:
        i. be registered within India.
        ii. have majority ownership by nationals of India and
        iii. not subcontract more than 80% of the Works measured in terms of value to foreign contractors.
        For meeting the criteria at (iii) above, domestic bidders should obtain a certificate in original from practicing
        Statutory Auditor engaged by them for auditing their annual accounts, which could established that not
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        more than 80% of the works measured in term of value has been subcontracted to foreign contractors.
        The original certificate indicating various sub-contracting details in percentage terms as well as in absolute
        value should be submitted in the price bid. However, copy of the Statutory Auditors certificate indicating
        sub-contracting details in percentage terms only and with price details blanked out should be submitted in
        the un-priced bid.
        Consortium between domestic (Indian) and foreign firms but led by Indian firm shall also be eligible for the
        price preference provided they fulfill the conditions of price preference given for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii
        above.
        However, consortium between domestic and foreign firms led by foreign firm shall not be eligible for price
        preference even though their domestic partner satisfies the conditions given for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii
        above.
        It must be noted that above information so furnished, if at any stage, found wrong, incorrect or misleading,
        will attract action as per rule/law.
        The bidders are requested to check the latest position on the subject on their own and ONGC does not
        accept any liability whatsoever, on this account.
D.      General
1.0     The BEC over-rides all other similar clauses operating anywhere in the Bid Documents.
2.0     The bidder/contractor is prohibited to offer any service / benefit of any manner to any employee of ONGC
        and that the contractor may suffer summary termination of contract / disqualification in case of violation.
3.0     The cut-off period for experience of bidder, personnel, Rig idling period, etc. shall be reckoned from the
        date of technical bid opening.




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                                                                                  Annexure-A


                           SHORT-LISTED AGENCIES FOR OTHER SERVICES

 A.     Mud Services :

  1.     M/s Baker Hughes Singapore Pte, Singapore
  2.     M/s Halliburton, USA
  3.     M/s MI Overseas Limited, UAE,
  4.     M/s KMC-Oil Tools, Mumbai,
  5.     M/s M.B. Petroleum Services, LLC, Oman,
  6.     M/s Rheochem India Pvt Ltd, Mumbai.
  7.     M/s Q-Max Solutions, Canada,
  8.     M/s Alliance Energy Services International Ltd, Alberta, Canada.


 B.     CEMENTING SERVICES :

  1.     M/s Schlumberger Asia Services, Ltd, Mumbai and supply cement additives by M/s Dowell
         Schlumberger International Inc, Dubai.
  2.     M/s Halliburton, Mumbai,
  3.     M/s B.J. Services Company Middle East Ltd. Dubai
  4.     M/s Emirates Western Petroleum Services Co. LLC. Abu Dhabi.
  5.     M/s Trican Well Services Ltd., Canada.




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                                                                                           Appendix- 1 of BEC

Conventional Type Rig:
Description                            Make       Model      Date of       Present            Residual   Remarks of
                                                             Manufacture   operational status life       Certifying
                                                                           satisfactory / un-            Agency
                                                                           satisfactory
(A) ROTATING EQUIPMENT
Draw Works
Eddy Current Brake /Disc Brake
/Regenerative type Brake

Mud Pumps
Super Charger Pumps
Engines
AC / DC Motors
Generators
Compressors (all type)
Travelling Block
Crown Block
Hook
Swivel
Rotary Table
Top Drive
Linear Motion Shake Shakers
De-sander
De-gaser
Jet Shearing Device
Centrifuge
Linear Motion Mud Cleaner
Mud Agitators
Instrumentation System
Drill String Last NDT Done
(B) STATIC EQUIPMENT

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MAST
Sub-structure
Crown Block
Standpipe Manifold
Rotary Hose
Mud Tanks
Trip tank
Water Tank
Diesel Tank
Annular BOP (all sizes)
Ram Type BOP (all sizes)
BOP Control Unit
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                                                                                        Appendix No. A-1
FORMAT OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN BIDDER AND THEIR PARENT COMPANY / 100%
SUBSIDIARY COMPANY (As the case may be)

          (TO BE EXECUTED ON STAMP PAPER OF REQUISITE VALUE AND NOTORISED)
This agreement made this ___ day of ____ month ____                    year by and between M/s.
____________________ (Fill in the Bidder’s full name, constitution and registered office address)
hereinafter referred to as bidder on the first part and M/s. ___________ (Fill in full name, constitution
and registered office address of Parent Company/Subsidiary Company, as the case may be)
hereinafter referred to as “Parent Company/ Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable)” of
the other part:
WHEREAS
M/s. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited (hereinafter referred to as ONGC) has invited offers vide
their tender No. _____________ for _________________ and

M/s. __________________(Bidder) intends to bid against the said tender and desires to have technical
support of M/s. ________________ [Parent Company/ Subsidiary Company-(Delete whichever not
applicable)] and whereas Parent Company/ Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable)
represents that they have gone through and understood the requirements of subject tender and are
capable and committed to provide the services as required by the bidder for successful execution of the
contract, if awarded to the bidder.

Now, it is hereby agreed to by and between the parties as follows:

 1.     M/s.____________(Bidder) will submit an offer to ONGC for the full scope of work as envisaged
        in the tender document as a main bidder and liaise with ONGC directly for any clarifications etc.
        in this context.
 2.     M/s. _________ (Parent Company/ Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable)
        undertakes to provide technical support and expertise, expert manpower and procurement
        assistance and project management to support the bidder to discharge its obligations as per the
        Scope of work of the tender / Contract for which offer has been made by the Parent
        Company/Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable) and accepted by the bidder.
 3.     This agreement will remain valid till validity of bidder’s offer to ONGC including extension if any
        and till satisfactory performance of the contract in the event the contract is awarded by ONGC
        to the bidder
 4.     It is further agreed that for the performance of work during contract period bidder and Parent
        Company/Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable) shall be jointly and severely
        responsible to ONGC for satisfactory execution of the contract.
 5.     However, the bidder shall have the overall responsibility of satisfactory execution of the contract
        awarded by ONGC.
        In witness whereof the parties hereto have executed this agreement on the date mentioned
        above.
        For and on behalf of                                          For and on behalf of
        (Bidder)                                                 (Parent Company/Subsidiary
                                                                 Company (Delete whichever not
                                                                 applicable))

        M/s.                                                          M/s.
        Witness:                                                      Witness:
        1)                                                            1)
        2)                                                            2)



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                                                                                    Appendix No. A-2

    PARENT COMPANY/ SUBSIDIARY COMPANY GUARANTEE (Delete whichever not applicable)
                    (TO BE EXECUTED ON STAMP PAPER OF REQUISITE VALUE AND NOTORISED)
                                            DEED OF GUARANTEE

 THIS DEED OF GUARANTEE executed at ……….. this …….. day of ……… by M/s
 ………………………… (mention complete name) a company duly organized and existing under the laws
 of    ………………….          (insert   jurisdiction/country),   having  its    Registered     Office  at
 ……………………………………… hereinafter called “the Guarantor” which expression shall, unless
 excluded by or repugnant to the subject or context thereof, be deemed to include its successors and
 permitted assigns.
 WHEREAS
 M/s Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited, a company duly registered under the Companies Act 1956,
                                  th
 having its Registered Office at 8 floor, Jeevan Bharti, Tower-II, 124, Indira Chowk (Connaught Circus),
 New Delhi, India, and having an office, amongst others, at …………… (insert purchase centre address)
 hereinafter called “the Corporation” which expression shall unless excluded by or repugnant to the
 context thereof, be deemed to include its successor and assigns, invited tender number …………………
 for …….. on …………..
 M/s ………………….. (mention complete name), a company duly organized and existing under the laws
 of ……………. (insert jurisdiction/country), having its Registered Office at …………………….. (give
 complete address) hereinafter called “the Company” which expression shall, unless excluded by or
 repugnant to the subject or context thereof, be deemed to include its successor and permitted assigns,
 have, in response to the above mentioned tender invited by the Corporation, submitted their bid number
 …………………… to the Corporation with one of the condition that the Company shall arrange a
 guarantee from its parent company guaranteeing due and satisfactory performance of the work covered
 under the said tender including any change therein as may be deemed appropriate by the Corporation
 at any stage.
 The Guarantor represents that they have gone through and understood the requirement of the above
 said tender and are capable of and committed to provide technical and such other supports as may be
 required by the Company for successful execution of the same.
 The Company and the Guarantor have entered into an agreement dated …….. as per which the
 Guarantor shall be providing technical and such other supports as may be necessary for performance of
 the work relating to the said tender.
 Accordingly, at the request of the Company and in consideration of and as a requirement for the
 Corporation to enter into agreement(s) with the Company, the Guarantor hereby agrees to give this
 guarantee and undertakes as follows:
1. The Guarantor (Parent Company / 100% Subsidiary Company (Delete whichever not applicable)
   unconditionally agrees that in case of non-performance by the Company of any of its obligations in
   any respect, the Guarantor shall, immediately on receipt of notice of demand by the Corporation, take
   up the job without any demur or objection, in continuation and without loss of time and without any
   cost to the Corporation and duly perform the obligations of the Company to the satisfaction of the
   Corporation.
2. The Guarantor agrees that the Guarantee herein contained shall remain valid and enforceable till the
   satisfactory execution and completion of the work (including discharge of the warranty obligations)
   awarded to the Company.
3. The Guarantor shall be jointly with the Company as also severally responsible for satisfactory
   performance of the contract entered between the Company and the Corporation.
4. The liability of the Guarantor, under the Guarantee, is limited to the 50% of the annualized contract
   price entered between the Company and the Corporation. This will, however, be in addition to the
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5. The Guarantor represents that this Guarantee has been issued after due observance of the
   appropriate laws in force in India. The Guarantor hereby undertakes that the Guarantor shall obtain
   and maintain in full force and effect all the governmental and other approvals and consents that are
   necessary and do all other acts and things necessary or desirable in connection therewith or for the
   due performance of the Guarantor’s obligations hereunder.
6. The Guarantor also agrees that this Guarantee shall be governed and construed in accordance with
   the laws in force in India and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of ……….., India.
7. The Guarantor hereby declares and represents that this Guarantee has been given without any
   undue influence or coercion, and that the Guarantor has fully understood the implications of the
   same.
8. The Guarantor represents and confirms that the Guarantor has the legal capacity, power and
   authority to issue this Guarantee and that giving of this Guarantee and the performance and
   observations of the obligations hereunder do not contravene any existing laws.

                                                   For & on behalf of (Parent Company/Subsidiary Company
                                                                           (Delete whichever not applicable))
                                                                        M/s __________________________
 Witness:                                                     Signature      ________________
 1.     Signature          ________________                   Name           ________________
        Full Name          ________________                   Designation    ________________
        Address            ________________
                                                              Common seal of the Company________

 Witness:
 2.     Signature          _______________
        Full Name          _______________
        Address            _______________




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                 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FURNISHING PARENT/SUBSIDIARY COMPANY GUARANTEE

1.      Guarantee should be executed on stamp paper of requisite value and notorised.
2.      The official(s) executing the guarantee should affix full signature (s) on each page.
3.      Resolution passed by Board of Directors of the guarantor company authorizing the
        signatory(ies) to execute the guarantee, duly certified by the Company Secretary should be
        furnished alongwith the Guarantee.
4.      Following certificate issued by Company Secretary of the guarantor company should also be
        enclosed alongwith the Guarantee.
        “Obligation contained in the deed of guarantee No.________ furnished against tender No.
        __________ are enforceable against the guarantor company and the same do not, in any way,
        contravene any law of the country of which the guarantor company is the subject”




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                                                                                     Appendix No. A-3

FORMAT OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN BIDDER THEIR SISTER SUBSIDIARY/CO-SUBSIDIARY
COMPANY AND THE ULTIMATE PARENT/HOLDING COMPANY OF BOTH THE BIDDER AND THE
SISTER SUBSIDIARY/CO-SUBSIDIARY (Strike out whichever is not applicable between Ultimate
Parent and Holding Company. Similarly strike out whichever is not applicable between Sister Subsidiary
and Co-subsidiary Company)

         (TO BE EXECUTED ON STAMP PAPER OF REQUISITE VALUE AND NOTORISED)

This agreement made this ___ day of ____ month ____                   year by and between M/s.
____________________ (Fill in Bidder’s full name, constitution and registered office address)
___________ hereinafter referred to as “Bidder” of the first part and

M/s. ___________ (Fill in full name, constitution and registered office address of Sister Subsidiary/Co-
subsidiary Company of the Bidder) herein after referred to as “Sister Subsidiary/ Co-subsidiary” of the
second part and

M/s______________(Fill in the full name, constitution and registered office address of the Ultimate
Parent/Holding Company’s of both the subsidiaries) hereinafter referred to as “Ultimate Parent/ Holding
Company” of the third part.

WHEREAS

M/s. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited (hereinafter referred to as ONGC) has invited offers vide
their tender No. _____________ for __________ and

M/s. ____________(Bidder) intends to bid against the said tender and desires to have a technical
support of M/s. _________(Sister Subsidiary/Co-subsidiary Company) and

Sister Subsidiary/Co-subsidiary Company represents that they have gone through and understood the
requirements of subject tender and are capable and committed to provide the services as required by
the bidder for successful execution of the contract, if awarded to the bidder.

Now, it is hereby agreed to by and between all the three parties as follows:

 1. M/s._______(Bidder) will submit an offer to ONGC for the full scope of work as envisaged in the
    tender document.
 2. M/s. _______(Sister Subsidiary/Co-subsidiary Company) undertakes to provide technical support
    and expertise and expert manpower, material, if any,             to support the bidder to discharge its
    obligations as per the Scope of work of the tender / Contract for which offer has been made by the
    bidder.
 3. This agreement will remain valid till validity of bidder’s offer to ONGC including extension if any and
    also till satisfactory performance of the contract in the event the bid is accepted and contract is
    awarded by ONGC to the bidder.
 4. Sister Subsidiary/ Co-subsidiary Company unconditionally agrees that in case of award of contract
    to the Bidder, if the Bidder is unable to execute the contract, they shall, immediately on receipt of
    notice by ONGC, take up the job without any demur or objection, in continuation without loss of
    time and without any extra cost to ONGC and duly perform the obligations of the Bidder/Contractor
    to the satisfaction of ONGC.
 5. The Ultimate Parent/Holding Company also confirms and undertakes that the commitment made by
    the Sister Subsidiary/ Co-subsidiary company in providing the technical support and technical
    expertise and expert manpower to support the bidder for execution of the contract are honoured.
 6. The Ultimate Parent/Holding Company also takes full responsibility in getting the contract
    executed through the Sister subsidiary/ Co-subsidiary company in case the Bidder/Contractor is
    unable to execute the contract.
 7. In witness whereof the parties hereto have executed this agreement on the date mentioned above.

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For and on behalf of                For and on behalf of                   For and on behalf of
(Bidder)                            (Sister Subsidiary           /   Co-   (Ultimate Parent /     Holding
                                    subsidiary)                            Company)
M/s.                                M/s.                                   M/s.
Witness                             Witness                                Witness
1)                                  1)                                     1)
2)                                  2)                                     2)

Note: In case of contracts involving - (a) manufacture/supply (b) installation and commissioning (c)
servicing and maintenance of any equipment, as the bidding company can draw on the experience of
their multiple subsidiary sister/Co-subsidiary company (ies) specializing in each sphere of activity, i.e.
(a) manufacture/supply (b) installation and commissioning (c) servicing and maintenance, therefore, in
that case, the above format shall be signed by all the sister/Co-subsidiary company(ies) and necessary
modifications may be made in the above format to include all sister subsidiaries.




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                                                                                            ANNEXURE-VI (A)
                              TECHNICAL BEC COMPLIANCE MATRIX

Tender No. BN6RC12001
Name & complete Address of Bidder:                  Name & complete Address of Technical Collaborator /
                                                    Joint Venture Partner / Parent Company (as applicable)


Phone No.:                                          Phone No.:
Fax No.:                                            Fax No.:
E-Mail:                                             E-Mail:
Legal Constitution & Date of Incorporation /        Legal Constitution & Date of Incorporation /
Commencement of Business :                          Commencement of Business:


Bidder to indicate the following brief details regarding the Rig(s) quoted as under:-

                     Brief Details Sought                                   To Be indicated by Bidder
No. of options quoted
Whether rigs are owned /proposed purchase or Leased
basis (to be given for each options of rigs quoted)
Year of Manufacturer
(to be given for each options of rigs quoted)
Present location of Rig
(to be given for each options of rigs quoted)

BEC                              Clause                               Bidder to indicate     Bidder         to
 Cl.                                                                  “CONFIRMED”       /    indicate     the
No.                                                                   “NOT CONFIRMED”        relevant    Page
                                                                      in Indelible Ink,      No. of their Bid
                                                                      against each Clause    (for supporting
                                                                      / Sub-Clause           Document, etc),
                                                                                             corresponding
                                                                                             to each clause.
A.1     TECHNICAL REJECTION CRITERIA
        The following vital technical conditions should be strictly
        complied with failing which the bid will be rejected:
  1     Bid should be complete covering all the scope of Work
        laid down in tender document and should conform to the
        technical specifications indicated in the bid documents,
        duly supported with technical catalogues/ literatures
        wherever required. Incomplete and non-conforming bids
        will be rejected outright.
  2     Experience of Bidder
 2.1    The bidder should be a drilling contractor having
        minimum 3 years drilling experience out of which at least
        one year should be on the type of Drilling Rig offered
        against this tender OR on same / higher capacity
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        Onshore Drilling Rigs or Offshore Drilling Rigs. Such
        bidders shall provide other services through any of the
        short-listed agencies given in the tender document.
                                         Or
        The Bidder should be an E&P Company having minimum
        3 years in-house drilling, Mud Services, Cementing
        Services capabilities and experience out of which at least
        one year should be on the type of Drilling Rig offered OR
        on same / higher capacity Onshore Drilling Rigs or
        Offshore Drilling Rigs. Any service(s) not available in-
        house shall be provided through any of the short-listed
        agencies given in the tender document.
                                         Or
        The bidder should be a service provider having minimum
        3 years experience in at-least one of the main services
        listed below and also experience of executing one
        contract for integrated drilling services involving project
        management, Mud services and Cementing Services: -
        a) Mud services and
        b) Cementing Services
        Such bidders shall provide drilling services through a
        drilling contractor having minimum 3 years drilling
        experience out of which at least one year should be on
        the type of drilling rig offered against this tender OR on
        same / higher capacity Onshore Drilling Rigs or Offshore
        Drilling Rigs, and other service(s) through one of the
        short-listed agencies specified in the tender document.
        Note :- Documents required to substantiate the
        required experience are:-
        I. Bidder should submit copies of respective contracts
            {showing (a) Name of Operator with complete
            address (b) Duration (start & end) of contract (c)
            scope of work & (d) Type of Rig offered in the
            Contract(s)}, along with documentary evidence in
            respect of satisfactory execution of each of those
            contracts, in the form of copies of any of the
            documents (indicating respective contract number
            and type of services), such as – (i) Satisfactory
            completion / performance report (OR) (ii) proof of
            release of Performance Security after completion of
            the contract (OR) (iii) proof of settlement / release of
            final payment against the contract (OR) (iv) any other
            documentary evidence that can substantiate the
            satisfactory execution of each of the contracts cited
            above.
        II. Bidders quoting based on their own experience shall
            submit the following:-
            a)   Supporting documents as per Note (I) above, in
                 support of their own experience, duly notarized
                 as per rule of country of bidder or authenticated
                 by Indian Embassy / High Commission / Trade
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                    Consulates, located in the country of the bidder,
                    indicating the following, for each supporting
                    document submitted: -
                     Contract No(s)
                     Duration of Contract
                     Scope of work
                     Type of Rig deployed
                     Name of Operator with their complete
                          address, present telephone number, fax
                          number & e-mail address.
               b)   An undertaking from the Bidder that “in case of
                    documents / information provided by them
                    proves to be incorrect or misleading, their offer
                    shall be rejected by ONGC and also ONGC
                    reserve the right to itself to put them on
                    holiday”.
        III)        Bidders quoting based on the experience of
                    their Technical Collaborator shall also submit
                    the following:-
                    a) Supporting documents regarding experience
                        of their Technical Collaborator as per Note
                        (1) above, duly notarized as per rule of
                        country of Technical Collaborator or
                        authenticated by Indian Embassy / High
                        Commission / Trade Consulates, located in
                        the country of the Technical Collaborator.
                    a.1) In case technical collaborator has executed
                        Contract(s) in India and also having Project
                        Office in India, then in such case, the
                        supporting documents regarding experience
                        of having executed contract(s) in India, duly
                        notarized in India can also be submitted,
                        provided it is certified by the Technical
                        Collaborator that the Originals of such
                        documents are available in India.
                        ONGC reserves the right to check / verify
                        originals.
                    b) An original certificate from their Technical
                       Collaborator, certifying the genuineness of
                       supporting documents regarding experience,
                       indicating the following, for each supporting
                       document submitted:-
                        Contract No(s)
                        Duration of Contract
                        Scope of work
                        Type of Rig deployed
                        Name of Operator with their complete
                             address, present telephone number,
                             fax number & e-mail address.
                    c) An undertaking from the Bidder that “in case
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                     of documents / information provided by them
                     proves to be incorrect or misleading, their
                     offer shall be rejected by ONGC and also
                     ONGC reserve the right to itself to put them
                     on holiday”.
                  d) ONGC reserves the right to directly contact
                     Technical Collaborator / Service Provider of
                     the Bidder for verification of any document
                     related to them. Bidder is to submit an
                     undertaking from Technical Collaborator/
                     Service provider that the Technical
                     Collaborator/ Service provider will directly
                     reply to ONGC in case of any clarification/
                     confirmation/ deficient document sought
                     from them with reference to the tender
                     during the tender evaluation process and
                     also during the contract execution, in case of
                     award of contract to the bidder.
 2.2    Details of experience and past performance of the bidder
        and the collaborator (in case of collaboration) or of joint
        venture partner (in case of a joint venture) or Parent
        company (in case of subsidiary co.) or Leader of the
        Consortium (in case of Consortium bid) on works/ jobs
        done of similar nature in the past and details of current
        work in hand and other contractual commitments,
        indicating areas and clients are to be submitted along
        with documentary evidence in the techno-commercial
        bid, in support of the experience laid down at para 2.1
        above.
  3     Bidders quoting based on technical collaboration/Joint
        Venture, shall submit an original Memorandum of
        Understanding / Agreement, specific to this tender
        (indicating the Tender No. & Description) with their
        technical collaborator / Joint Venture partner clearly
        indicating their roles under the Scope of Work, which
        shall also be addressed to ONGC, and shall remain valid
        and binding for the contract period under this tender.
        Memorandum of Understanding / Agreement must
        contain the complete address, telephone number, fax
        number of the Technical Collaborator & E-mail Address
        of the person who has signed the MOU / Agreement.
        Power of attorney in respect of person signing the
        MOU/Agreement on behalf of technical collaborator
        should also be submitted along with the
        MOU/Agreement.
  4     Consortium Bids:

        In case the bidder is a consortium of companies, the
        following requirement should be satisfied by the bidder:
        a) The leader of the consortium should satisfy the
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            minimum experience requirement as per para 2.1
            above.
        b) The leader of the consortium should confirm
            unconditional acceptance of full responsibility of
            executing the ‘Scope of work’ of this tender. This
            confirmation should be submitted along with the
            techno-commercial bid.
        c) All the members of the consortium must undertake in
            their MOU that each party shall be jointly and
            severally liable to ONGC for any and all obligations
            and responsibilities arising out of this contract.
 5.0    Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the
        basis of technical experience of the parent/subsidiary
        company and on the basis of experience of sister
        subsidiary/co-subsidiary company:
 5.1    Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the
        basis of technical experience of the parent/subsidiary
        company:
        Offers of those bidders who themselves do not meet the
        technical experience criteria as stipulated in the BEC can
        also be considered provided the bidder is a subsidiary
        company of the parent company in which the parent
        company has 100% stake or parent company can also
        be considered on the strength of its 100% subsidiary.
        However, the parent/subsidiary company of the bidder
        should on its own meet the technical experience as
        stipulated in the BEC and should not rely for meeting the
        technical experience criteria on its sister subsidiary/co-
        subsidiary company or through any other arrangement
        like Technical collaboration agreement. In that case as
        the subsidiary company is dependent upon the technical
        experience of the parent company or vice-versa with a
        view to ensure commitment and involvement of the
        parent/subsidiary company for successful execution of
        the contract, the participating bidder should enclose an
        Agreement (as per format enclosed at Appendix A-1)
        between the parent and the subsidiary company or vice-
        versa and Parent/Subsidiary Guarantee (as per format
        enclosed at Appendix A-2) from the parent/subsidiary
        company to ONGC for fulfilling the obligation under the
        Agreement, along with the techno-commercial bid.

 5.2    Eligibility criteria in case bid is submitted on the
        basis of technical experience of sister
        subsidiary/co-subsidiary company:

        Offers of those bidders who themselves do not meet the
        technical experience criteria stipulated in the BEC can
        also be considered based on the experience criteria of
        their Sister subsidiary/Co-subsidiary company within the
        ultimate parent/holding company subject to meeting of
        the following conditions:

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         i.     Provided that the sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary
                company and the bidding company are both 100%
                subsidiaries of an ultimate parent/holding company
                either directly or through intermediate 100%
                subsidiaries     of the ultimate parent/holding
                company or through any other 100% subsidiary
                company within the ultimate/holding parent
                company. Documentary evidence to this effect to
                be submitted by the ultimate parent/holding
                company along with the techno-commercial bid.
         ii.    Provided that the sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary
                company on its own meets and not through any
                other arrangement like Technical collaboration
                agreement meets the technical experience criteria
                stipulated in the BEC.
         iii.Provided that with a view to ensure commitment
             and involvement of the ultimate parent/holding
             company for successful execution of the contract,
             the participating bidder shall enclose an agreement
             (as per format enclosed at Appendix A-3)
             between them, their ultimate parent/holding
             company and the sister subsidiary/co-subsidiary
             company.
         iv. Provided that the turnover of the ultimate/holding
             parent company in the last financial year is more
             than US$ 1 billion. Copy of the latest published
             Audited Annual Report to be submitted by the
             ultimate/holding parent company, along with the
             techno-commercial bid.
             In case of contracts involving multifarious activities
             such as - (a) manufacturing /supply (b) installation
             and commissioning (c) servicing and maintenance
             of any equipment, then in that case, the bidding
             company can draw on the experience of their
             multiple subsidiary sister company(ies)/co-
             subsidiary company(ies) specializing in each
             sphere of activity, i.e. (a) manufacturing/supply (b)
             installation and commissioning (c) servicing and
             maintenance. However, all the sister subsidiary
             company(ies)/co-subsidiary company(ies) and the
             bidding company should be 100% subsidiary
             company(ies) of an ultimate parent/holding
             company either directly or through intermediate
             100% subsidiaries of the ultimate parent/holding
             company or through any other 100% subsidiary
             company within the ultimate/holding parent
             company. Documentary evidence to the effect that
             all the sister subsidiary company(ies)/ co-subsidiary
             company(ies) are 100% subsidiaries of the
             ultimate/holding parent company should be
             submitted along with the techno-commercial bid.

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  6     Crew Experience:
         (a) The bidder shall confirm to deploy minimum nos.
             and the category of the Rig crew personnel as
             indicated in the Scope of Work Under Annexure-III
             of the Bid Documents. Bidder may deploy additional
             personnel for maintenance/ operation/ supervision/
             training/ inspection at their cost. ONGC shall make
             no payment for additional personnel so deployed.
        (b) The Drilling Rig Key personnel i.e. Drilling
             Superintendent, Tool Pusher, Tour Pusher, Driller,
             Asstt. Driller, Chief Mechanic, Chief Electrician and
             Safety Officer must have at least three years
             experience in their respective position and should
             be fluent in English. Out of three years of Drilling
             experience, Drilling Rig Key personnel i.e. Drilling
             Superintendent, Tool Pusher, Tour Pusher, Driller,
             Asstt. Driller, Chief Mechanic, Chief Electrician and
             Safety Officer should have at least one year drilling
             experience in type of Drilling Rig offered (onshore
             Conventional Drilling Rig).
        (c) The experience of key personnel to be deployed for
             other services should be minimum 3 years
             experience in their respective positions and fluency
             in English.
         (d) Confirmation in regard to para 6 (b) & (c) above
                 shall be submitted in the un-priced bid. However,
                 list of all crew personnel with bio-data, proof of
                 qualification and experience etc. shall be submitted
                 for approval of ONGC before commencement of
                 work.
 7.0    Bidder’s Equipment:
 7.1    The bidder shall offer serviceable / new drilling Rig
        fulfilling Scope of Work and conforming to the Technical
        Specifications laid down in the Bid Document. The
        complete details of the last contract taken up, last
        Operator and the period during which the Rig was last in
        operation shall be submitted with documentary evidence
        in the un-priced bid. Idling period of the Rig shall not be
        more than 3 years continuously on the date of
        submission of Bid.
 7.2    The Bidder shall confirm in the un-priced bid that the
        equipment of the offered Drilling Rig are in good working
        condition and shall furnish a Certificate from any one of
        the Third Party Inspection Agencies like MODU SPEC,
        Oil Field Audit Services Inc., DNV, BV, Lloyds and ABS
        bringing out the condition, status of the Drilling Rig & the
        equipment (as per Appendix-1 of BEC) and
        confirmation to the effect that Residual Life of the Rig &
        its Equipment are not less than five years as on the date
        of opening of un-priced bid. The Certificate from TPI
        Agency should not be more than six months old, as on
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        the date of opening of technical bid.
        This however, shall not be applicable for bidders offering
        new Drilling Rig and new Equipment.
 7.3    The bidder shall submit the lay-out of the offered Rig in
        the un-priced bid along-with the confirmation that design
        & operating criteria and Load Bearing Diagram be
        submitted within 15 days from the date of issue of Letter
        of Award.
  8     Age of the Rig & Equipment:
 8.1    Bidders may refer current provisions of Import Export
         Policy for the import of second hand Rig & equipment
         and quote accordingly.
 8.2    Offered Rig & its Equipment should not be older than 15
        years as on the date of opening of technical bids.
9.1      Identification of Rig:
        Identification of Rig:
9.1     Bidders shall identify the offered Rig(s) in the un-priced
        bid along-with documentary proof confirming availability
        of the rig for this contract. Bidders will not be allowed to
        substitute the rig once offered by them in their bid during
        the period of bid validity. However, the bidder will have an
        option to change the identified rig at the time of extending
        the bid validity, on the request of ONGC during tender
        processing, provided the substitute Rig meets tender
        specifications.
9.2      Bidder can offer more than one rig against the
        requirement of rig giving complete technical details for
        evaluation. All the rigs would be techno-commercially
        evaluated. The bidder can mobilize any one of the rigs
        found techno-commercially acceptable by ONGC but the
        name of the rig to be mobilized by the bidder, would have
        to be furnished by them within 15 days of placement of
        LOA.
9.3     Bidder can also offer identified rigs but with the condition
        ‘subject to availability’. Such bids shall be considered for
        techno-commercial evaluation .However, bidders have to
        confirm the availability of rig along-with valid original
        MOU 7 days prior to price bid opening, failing which their
        offer shall not be considered for price bid opening.
9.4     In case bidder is the owner of the offered Rig, bidder
        himself shall certify availability of the Rig for this contract.
9.5     Bidders offering a leased Rig or Rig proposed to be
        purchased shall submit in the un-priced bid original
        MOU/Agreement           of     lease/purchase         concluded
        specifically for this tender with the owner of the Rig
        along-with documentary proof of ownership. The
        MOU/Agreement shall clearly state that the Rig (name of
        the rig) is not being offered by the owner to anybody else
        other than the bidder against ONGC tender No……. The
        MOU/Agreement shall be kept valid through the validity of
        the bid. Successful bidder shall be required to keep it
        valid through-out the contract period.
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9.6     Drilling Rigs already operating with ONGC.
        In case bidders offering Drilling Rigs, which are in
        operation with ONGC, and where the balance period of
        primary term under the existing Contract as on date of
        publication of Notice Inviting Tender (N.I.T.) /
        Corrigendum to N.I.T (for Re-sale of Tender, if any) (in
        Baroda Newspaper) is more than 365 days, then such
        Rig(s) shall not be considered.
10.0    Inspection:
10.1    The Contractor shall deploy the Drilling Unit and other
        services, duly inspected by third party inspection agency
        and accepted by user Assets of ONGC, at the specified
        location nominated by ONGC, within 180 days from the
        date of issue of letter of award. TPI shall be conducted at
        the 1st specified location of ONGC.
10.2    ONGC will accept the Drilling Unit only after ONGC
        nominated third party inspection, at ONGC cost by any
        one of the following short listed agencies prior to
        commencement of contract, confirms that the Drilling Unit
        is as per tender specifications and that the Drilling Unit
        has undergone regular repair/ maintenance/ overhauling
        as per required Industry practice.
        (a) MODU SPEC (b) Oilfield Audit Services Inc. (c) DNV
        (d) BV (e) Lloyds (f) ABS
        ONGC shall nominate one of the above agencies for
        inspection of the Drilling Rig and the equipments.
        Contactor shall give 15 days advance notice to ONGC for
        inspection on complete readiness of the Rig &
        equipments. A maximum of 10 man-days shall be allowed
        for inspection of the rig and equipments. In case total
        inspection time exceeds 10 man-days, cost of such extra
        time beyond 10 man-days shall be borne by the
        contractor. Further the contractor will bear entire cost of
        subsequent third party inspections if TPI agency is
        required to be called to verify the compliance against
        observations made in first inspection or due to non-
        mobilization of complete equipments of Rig Package as
        per contractual obligation.




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                                                                                                     ANNEXURE-VI (B)

                              COMMERCIAL BEC COMPLIANCE MATRIX
Tender No. BN6RC12001
Name & complete Address of Bidder:                             Name & complete Address of Technical Collaborator /
                                                               Joint Venture Partner / Parent Company (as
                                                               applicable)



Phone No.:                                                     Phone No.:
Fax No.:                                                       Fax No.:
E-Mail:                                                        E-Mail:
Legal Constitution & Date of Incorporation /                   Legal Constitution & Date of Incorporation /
Commencement of Business :                                     Commencement of Business:


BEC                           Clause                            Bidder     to    indicate    Bidder to indicate the
 Cl.                                                           “CONFIRMED” / “NOT            relevant Page No. of
No.                                                            CONFIRMED” in Indelible       their Bid (for supporting
                                                               Ink, against each Clause /    Document,           etc),
                                                               Sub-Clause                    corresponding to each
                                                                                             clause.
  A      Vital Criteria for Acceptance of Bids:-

         Bidders are advised not to take any
         exception/deviations to the bid document.
         Exceptions / Deviations, if any, should be
         brought out during the Pre-bid conference. In
         case Pre-bid conference is not held, the
         exceptions/ deviations along with suggested
         changes are to be communicated to ONGC
         within the date specified in the NIT and bid
         document. ONGC after processing such
         suggestions may, through an addendum to
         the bid document, communicate to the bidders
         the changes in its bid document, if any. Still, if
         exceptions /deviations are maintained in the
         bid, such conditional/ non-conforming bids
         shall not be considered and shall be out-
         rightly rejected.
  B      COMMERCIAL REJECTION CRITERIA
         The following vital commercial conditions
         should be strictly complied with failing
         which the bid will be rejected:-
 1.0     Bid along with all appendices and copies of
         documents should be submitted in two-bid
         system in e-form through ONGC’s e-bidding
         engine. The Techno- Commercial bid shall
         contain all details without indicating prices of
         the quoted items. However, a suitable
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        response shall be selected of the given
        options against each item of the ‘online Price
        Bid format’, to indicate that there is a quote
        against that item in the Price bid. The Price
        bid shall contain only the prices duly filled in
        the on-line price format of ONGC’s e-
        procurement engine.

        The price bids submitted in physical form
        against e-procurement tenders shall not be
        given any cognizance. However the following
        documents (in original) should necessarily be
        submitted in physical form in sealed envelope
        superscribed as "Tender Number and due for
        opening on...………..." The outer cover should
        duly bear the tender number and date of
        closing/opening prominently underlined, along
        with the address of Purchaser's office, as
        indicated in Invitation for Bids:

        (i) The original bid security.
        (ii) The “Power of Attorney” or authorization,
        or any other document consisting of adequate
        proof of the ability of the signatory to bind the
        bidder, in original, when the power of attorney
        is a special “Power of Attorney” relating to the
        specific tender of ONGC only.

        A notarized true copy of the “Power of
        Attorney” shall also be accepted in lieu of the
        original, if the power of attorney is a general
        “Power of Attorney”. However, photocopy of
        such notarized true copy shall not be
        accepted.
        (iii) ‘Integrity Pact’ duly signed.
        (iv) Original certificate from technical
        Collaborator as per BEC requirement.
        (v) Original MOU / Agreement for Technical
        collaboration / Joint venture as per BEC
        requirement.
        (vi) MOU for consortium bids as per BEC
        requirement.
        (vii) MOU / Agreement for leased Rig/
        proposed to purchase as per BEC
        requirement
        (viii) An original certificate from the statutory
              auditors for claiming Price Preference as
              per BEC requirement.

        (Copy of documents for claiming price
        preference including scanned copy of the
        statutory Auditors certificate should be

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        uploaded in ‘C’ folder without in any way
        disclosing the price details. Scanned copy of
        the Statuary Auditors certificate which will be
        uploaded in “C Folder” should indicate sub-
        contracting details in percentage terms only
        and price details should be blanked out.)
        Offers with techno commercial bid-
        containing prices shall be rejected
        outright
 2.0    The offers of the bidders indicating / disclosing
        prices in techno commercial (un-priced bid) or
        at any stage before opening of price bid shall
        be straight away rejected.
 3.0    Acceptance of Terms & Conditions :

        The bidder must confirm unconditional
        acceptance of General Conditions of Contract
        at Annexure II, and Instruction to Bidders at
        Annexure I.
 4.0    Offers of following kinds will be rejected:
        (a)       Offers made without Bid
        Security/ Bid Bond / Bank Guarantee
        along-with the offer (Refer clause 17 of
        Instruction to Bidders at Annexure I).
        (b) Offer not submitted in e-form
        through ONGC’s e-procurement engine.
        (c) Offers made by Agents/Consultants/
           Retainers/            Representatives /
           Associates of foreign principals.
        (d) Offers which do not confirm
        unconditional validity of the bid for 120
        days from the date of opening of bid.
        (e) Offers where prices are not firm
        during the entire duration of the
        contract and/or with any qualifications.
        (f.i) Offers which do not conform to
        ONGC’s online price bid format as given
        in the e-bidding engine.
        (f.ii) Offers which do not conform filling
        of all relevant fields in the online
        bidding format for the items quoted by
        them.
        (g) Offers which do not confirm to the
        mobilization period indicated in the bid.
        (h) Offers which do not confirm to the
        contract period indicated in the bid.
        (i) Offers submitted without the
              Integrity Pact as per the proforma
              given     along-with   the     tender
              document, duly signed on each page
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            by the same signatory who signs the
            bid i.e. who is duly authorized to sign
            the bid. Bidder’s failure to return the
            Integrity Pact along-with the bid, duly
            signed on each page, shall lead to
            outright rejection of such bid.
        (j) Offers and all attached documents
            not digitally signed using digital
            signatures issued by an acceptable
            Certifying Authority (CA) as per Indian
            IT Act 2000 by the person as per
            power of attorney submitted as per
            BEC clause B.2.1.0.
        (k) Offers not accompanied with a copy
            of valid registration certificate under
            Service Tax Rules or an undertaking
            for submission of copy of requisite
            service tax registration certificate
            along with the first invoice under the
            contract. (Not Applicable for Service
            providers from outside India, who do
            not have any fixed establishment or
            permanent address in India).

             Offers not accompanied with a
             declaration to the effect that the
             bidder do not have any fixed
             establishment or permanent address
             in India. (Applicable for Service
             providers from outside India, who do
             not have any fixed establishment or
             permanent address in India
        (l) Offers not accompanied with an
            undertaking to provide all the
            necessary certificates / documents for
            enabling ONGC to avail Input VAT
            credit and CENVAT credit benefits
            (wherever applicable), in respect of the
            payments of VAT, Excise Duty, Service
            Tax etc. which are payable against the
            contract (if awarded), along with
            documentary evidence for payment of
            Excise Duty and Service Tax.
        (m)Offers not accompanied with a
            declaration that neither the bidders
            themselves, nor any of its allied
            concerns, partners or associates or
            directors or proprietors involved in
            any capacity, are currently serving any

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            banning orders issued by ONGC
            debarring them from carrying on
            business dealings with ONGC.
 5.0    Personnel And Corporate Taxes:
        Bidder shall bear, within the quoted
        rates, the Personnel Tax as applicable in
        respect of their personnel and their sub-
        contractor’s personnel, arising out of this
        contract. Bidder shall also bear, within
        the quoted rates, the Corporate Tax, as
        applicable, on the income arising out of
        this contract.
 6.0    Bidders must accept the following
        clauses of draft contract in toto:
          a. Force Majeure Clause
          b. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law
          c. Termination Clauses
          d. Settlement of Disputes Clause
          e. Customs Duty, Excise Duty and
               Sales Tax
          f. Safety and Labour Laws
          g. Performance Bond
          h. Liquidated Damages Clause
          i. Inspection Clause
 7.0    Financial Criteria for ascertaining
        Financial Capability of the Bidders:
        1. Turnover of Bidders:            30% of
            annualized bid value or more.
        2. Net-worth of Bidder: Positive (as per
            latest Audited Annual Accounts).
        Notes:
         i. The basis of bid value shall be the
             price quoted by the bidder including
             duty and taxes, if any, which is taken
             into consideration for evaluation.
             However, in case Customs duty in
             respect of foreign bidders is not a
             part of their quotation, it shall not
             form basis for determining the bid
             value.
         ii. For the purpose of ascertaining
             parameter of Turnover of the
             bidder, average turnover of the
             bidder for the previous two financial
             years shall be considered. The
             bidder will provide a copy each of
             audited annual accounts of previous
             two financial years for ascertaining
             their turnover. The date (i.e. the
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               financial period closing date) of the
               immediate previous year’s audited
               annual accounts should not be older
               than eighteen (18) months from the
               bid closing/un-priced bid opening
               date. In case of Two Bid System, in
               the un-priced bid, the bidder will
               submit a ‘certificate of compliance’
               to the effect that the Turnover of
               the bidder is equal to or more than
               the required value as applicable.
        iii. In case the information contained in
             the ‘certificate of compliance’, as in ii)
             above, is found to be incorrect later
             on after opening of price bids, then
             their bids will be rejected in case the
             bidder is not actually meeting the
             required financial criteria.
        iv. In case the bidder is a newly formed
             company (i.e. one which has been
             incorporated in the last 5 years from the
             date of un-priced bid opening of the
             tender) who does not meet financial
             criteria (i.e. Turnover for 30% annualized
             bid value) by itself and submits his bid
             based on the financial strength of his
             promoter company, then following
             documents need to be submitted;
            i. Turnover of the promoter company
               should be more than 30% of the
               annualized bid value.
            ii. Net worth of the promoter company
                should be positive.
            iii. Corporate Guarantee on promoter
                 company’s      company letter head
                 signed by an authorized official
                 undertaking that they would financially
                 support the newly formed company for
                 executing the project/job in case the
                 same is awarded to them, and
            iv. The bidder is a newly formed company
                i.e. one which has been incorporated in
                the last 5 years from the date of un-
                priced bid opening of the tender.
        iv-(a) In case the bidder is a subsidiary
                company (should be a 100% subsidiary
                of the parent/ultimate parent/holding
                company) who does not meet financial
                criteria (i.e. Turnover for 30%
                annualized bid value) by itself and
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               submits his bid based on the financial
               strength of his parent/ultimate
               parent/holding company, then following
               documents need to be submitted:

        i.       Turnover of the parent/ultimate parent
                 /holding company should be more than
                 30% of the annualized bid value.
        ii.      Net worth of the parent/ultimate parent
                 company should be positive.
        iii.     Corporate          Guarantee           on
                 parent/ultimate           parent/holding
                 company’s company’s letter head
                 signed by an authorized official
                 undertaking that they would financially
                 support their 100% subsidiary
                 company for executing the project/job
                 in case the same is awarded to them,
                 and
        iv.      The bidder is a 100% subsidiary
                 company of the parent/ultimate/holding
                 parent company.
        v. If the bid is from a Consortium, then the net
             worth of all the consortium partners
             individually should be positive. Further, the
             consortium partners should individually
             meet the turnover limit in proportion to the
             percentage of work to be performed by
             them respectively in terms of the limit of
             turnover specified in the tender. For this
             purpose, the bidder should indicate in the
             un-priced bid, the percentage of work to be
             performed by the respective consortium
             members. However, the financial capability
             of sub-contractors will not be taken into
             consideration.
        vi. In the tender, if there is specific provision
             allowing bidders to quote part quantity for
             each item/category/group (evaluation in
             that case being done item wise /category
             wise / group wise), then for ascertaining
             the turnover, proportionate value to 30% of
             their annualized bid price for that part
             quantity which has been quoted, will be
             considered.
        vii. In case delivery /contract period for supply
        of goods / services / turnkey projects is less
        than one year, then annual turn-over should
        be equivalent to 30% or more of the bid value.
 8.0    Indian Companies/ Joint Venture
        Companies :-
        Indian bidders whose proposal for technical
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        collaboration/ Joint Venture involves foreign
        equity participation or payment of royalty
        and/or lump-sum for technical know-how and
        wherever Govt. approval is necessary, are
        required to submit copy of Govt. approval, on
        their application submitted to SIA, prior to the
        date of price bid opening.

 9.0    Mobilization Period:
        Bidders are required to confirm that they will
        mobilize the Drilling Rig duly inspected by
        Third Party Inspection Agency and accepted
        by ONGC, and make it available at the
        specified location within 180 days from the
        date of letter of award.
 9.1    Mobilization Period of Offered Rigs which
        are already operating with ONGC: -

        (i) In case bidders offering Drilling Rig, which
             is in operation with ONGC, successful
             bidder shall deploy that Drilling Rig within
             120 (One hundred twenty) days from date
             of de-hiring from the on-going Contract OR
             180 days from the date of issue of Letter of
             Award (L.O.A).
             Repair of Drilling Rig, if any, is to be
             completed and Rig to be deployed within
             120 (One hundred twenty) days from date
             of de-hiring from the on-going Contract OR
             180 days from the date of issue of Letter of
             Award (L.O.A).
        (ii) Bidder should note that in case the
             successful bidder fails to mobilize and
             deploy the Drilling Unit along with crew
             and/or fails to commence operations within
             the period specified above, ONGC shall
             have without prejudice to any other
             provision in the contract including sub
             clause (iii) below, the right to invoke the
             performance bond, forfeit the amount of
             performance bond and terminate the
             contract.

        (iii) If the Contractor is unable to mobilize /
            deploy the Drilling Rig and commence the
            operation within the period specified in
            sub-clause above, it may request ONGC
            for extension of the time with
            unconditionally agreeing for payment of
            Liquidated Damages. Upon receipt of
            such a request, ONGC may, at its

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            discretion, extend the period of
            mobilization and shall recover from the
            Contractor, as ascertained and agreed
            Liquidated Damages not by way of
            penalty, a sum equivalent to ½% of one
            year’s Operating Day Rates (365
            Operating Day Rates), for each week of
            delay or part thereof subject to a maximum
            of 5%. Operator shall have at any time but
            before Commencement Date, the right to
            terminate the Contract in the event
            Contractor fails to deploy the Drilling Unit
            at the first drilling location within aforesaid
            period, without prejudice to any other
            clauses including LD Clause.
            The parties agree that sum specified
            above is not a penalty but a genuine pre-
            estimate of the loss/damage which will be
            suffered on account of delay / breach on
            the part of the contractor and the said
            amount will be payable on demand,
            without there being any proof of the actual
             loss or damages caused by such
            delay/breach.
          Note: Bidder to provide various schedules
                  as per Clause No. 1.6.5 of the
                  Drilling Agreement with General
                  Terms & Conditions at Annexure-II
                  of tender document.
10.0    Mobilization Fee:
        Bidders shall quote lump-sum Mobilization
        Fee for mobilization of Drilling Rig and
        equipment from different places not exceeding
        the following amounts:
          a)   For rig to be mobilized from within India
               - US$ 80000 (Rs. 40 lakhs for bidders
               quoting in Indian Rupees)
          b)   For rig to be mobilized from outside
               India - US$ 800000 (Rs. 4 Crores for
               bidders quoting in Indian Rupees)
        Notes:-
        1) Lump-sum Mobilization Fee includes Rig
           and all the equipment’s required for
           services as per scope of work.
        2) Lump-sum Mobilization Fee include
           Service tax
        3) In case the Mobilization Fee quoted by a
           Bidder exceeds the limit specified above,
           the offer of such bidder for that Rig(s) shall
           be straightaway rejected.
        4) Bidders may offer Rigs either to be
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            mobilized from within India and / or Rigs to
            be mobilized from outside India. However
            bidder may offer alternate Rig(s) for both
            the cases i.e. Rig(s) from within India and /
            or Rig(s) to be mobilized from outside
            India. They may do so by submitting
            separate Price-Bids as per price bid format
            provided with the tender, quoting
            Mobilization Fees not exceeding the
            Mobilization Fee limits mentioned above.
           However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs
           (whether rigs to be mobilized from within
           India OR Rigs to be mobilized from outside
           India) shall be the same. In case of
           difference in NET EDR quoted by bidder,
           the lowest NET EDR will be considered for
           evaluation and award of contract.
11.0    Customs Duty

        Bidders shall indicate the CIF Value of Drilling
        Rig & its allied equipments and Equipments
        meant for other services giving item-wise
        details for the items proposed to be imported
        (in foreign Currency) for issue of
        Recommendatory Letter for obtaining E.C
        from DGH for availing benefits of Customs
        Duty exemption as rigs are to be deployed in
        eligible NELP Block & PEL/ML areas, issued
        or renewed after 01/04/1999.
        In case bidder is offering more than one Rig
        as different options against requirement of
        one Rig, Bidder is to indicate the CIF Value of
        Drilling Rig & its allied equipments and
        Equipments meant for other services giving
        item-wise details for the items proposed to be
        imported.
        Increase in CIF Value of Drilling Rig & its
        allied equipments and Equipments meant for
        other services at any point of time will not be
        considered.
        ONGC shall issue Recommendatory Letter
        against request of Contractor for availing
        Customs duty exemption for the Drilling Unit,
        equipments for other services and spares &
        consumables for the Drilling Rig & its allied
        equipments and Equipments meant for other
        services.
        Bidders offering customs cleared Rig shall
        submit clear documentary evidence of its
        Customs clearance along-with un-priced bid,
        and shall indemnify ONGC from any incidence
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        of Customs Duty leviable in future.
12.0    Period of Charter-Hire

        The contract will be for a firm period of one
        year from the Commencement Date of
        contract.
        The contract shall stand automatically
        extended on same rates, terms and conditions
        to cover the time necessary to complete or
        abandon, to the satisfaction of ONGC, the
        Well(s)-in-progress at the end of the term of
        the contract
13.0    Non-Operating Day Rate:
        Non-operating Day Rate quoted by
        bidders shall not exceed 90% of the
        Operating Day Rate.
14.0    Equipment Break-down Rate:
        Equipment Break-down Rate quoted by
        bidders shall not exceed 75% of the
        Operating Day Rate.
15.0    Boarding & Lodging of ONGC Personnel:

        A provision for boarding & lodging of 10
        ONGC or its third party personnel at Rig site
        shall be kept for which Rs. 450/- per person
        per day shall be payable by ONGC. In case a
        person does not stay overnight at the Rig site,
        then Rs. 100/- shall only be payable for
        individual meal.
16.0    Earnest Money/Bid Bond/Bid Security:
        Bidders must submit unconditional
        Earnest Money/Bid Bond/Bid Security, as
        under:-
          Bid bond amount        Bid bond amount for
          for Indian Bidders    Foreign Bidders (in
          (in Rs.)              US $)
              47,88,500                 106,450
        Earnest Money / Bid Bond / Bid Security will
        be submitted along with their un-priced Bid.
        Bank Guarantee shall be submitted in the
        prescribed format and shall be valid for a
        period of 30 days beyond the date of required
        validity of the offer. In lieu of Bid Bond, foreign
        bidders may submit an irrevocable Letter of
        Credit valid for thirty days beyond the validity
        of the bid duly confirmed by an Indian
        Nationalized / Scheduled Bank. Bids not
        accompanied with the original bid bond/ LC /
        Pay Order / Demand Draft / Cashier’s Cheque
        shall be summarily rejected. However, Central
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        Government Departments and Central PSUs
        are exempted from submission of bid bond.
17.0    Indian agent is not permitted to represent
        more than one foreign bidder (Contractor) in a
        particular tender. In case an Indian agent
        represents more than one foreign bidder
        (Contractor) in a particular tender, then offers
        of such foreign bidders shall be rejected in
        that tender.
B.3     LOADING CRITERIA :
        1. Break-down Period:

        Bidders taking exception to the allowable
        break-down period shall be loaded for the
        excess break-down time at quoted Non-
        operating Day Rate.
        2. Service Fees:

        In the event contractor is requested to furnish
        any single item of equipment, material or
        supplies which ONGC is required to furnish
        under the Agreement, contractor shall be paid
        a service fee of 7.5% on F.O.B. value less
        discount if any, for each procurement costing
        up to US$ 30,000.00 and 5% for each
        procurement costing more than US$
        30,000.00 to cover total costs to the
        contractor on account of such procurement
        and actual cost of services against
        documents. In addition, Customs Duty paid if
        any, would be reimbursed at actuals against
        documentary evidence. Bidders taking
        exception to this clause shall be loaded by the
        difference in service fee desired. For this
        purpose, estimated amount of US$ 50,000/-
        will be taken for purchases up to US$ 30,000/-
        in each case and US$ 200,000/- for
        purchases exceeding US$ 30,000/- in each
        case.
        3. Liability In Case of Blow-out /
              Pollution:
        Bidder shall confirm to under-take liability up
        to Rs.50 Lakhs for each incident of blow-out
        and / or pollution. Bids not conforming to the
        above, shall be loaded for an amount of Rs.
        50 Lakhs or the difference in amount in case
        of partial acceptance, considering one such
        incidence.
  C     PRICE EVALUATION CRITERIA
 C.1    While evaluating the bids, the closing B.C.
        Selling market rates of exchange declared by
        the State Bank of India on the day prior to the
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        opening of price bid/revised price bid will be
        taken into account for conversion of foreign
        currency into Indian Rupees. Where the time
        lag between opening of price bid and final
        decision exceeds three months, the B.C.
        selling market rate of exchange declared by
        SBI on the day prior to date of final decision
        will be adopted for conversion of foreign
        currency into Indian Rupees.
 C.2    Tender is for Charter Hiring of one number
        Type-II Drilling Rig (4900 M Capacity) having
        1400 HP with mud services and cementing
        services for Ahmedabad Asset for PEL/ML
        Area.
        Bids shall be compared on the basis of NET
        EDR worked out as per the Price Format
        given in tender document.
        Bidders may offer Rigs either to be mobilized
        from within India and / or Rigs to be mobilized
        from outside India. However bidder may offer
        alternate Rig(s) for both the cases i.e. Rig(s)
        from within India and / or Rig(s) to be
        mobilized from outside India. They may do so
        by submitting separate Price-Bids as per price
        bid format provided with the tender, quoting
        Mobilization Fees not exceeding the
        Mobilization Fee limits mentioned above.
        However, NET EDR for all quoted Rigs
        (whether rigs to be mobilized from within India
        OR Rigs to be mobilized from outside India)
        shall be the same. In case of difference in
        NET EDR quoted by bidder, the lowest NET
        EDR will be considered for evaluation and
        award of contract.
        In case the Mobilization Fee quoted by a
        Bidder exceeds the limit specified above, the
        offer of such bidder for that Rig(s) shall be
        straightaway rejected.
 C.3    Bidders should quote the Charges/rates,
        giving complete break up of all the quoted
        services which are taxable under Service Tax
        rules 1994 (as amended from time to time)
        and clearly indicating the applicable rate of
        service tax (along with rates of all related
        levies viz. Surcharges, Cess, etc.,) nature /
        category of service as per service tax rules
        (under which the respective service is
        covered) and the amount of service tax
        included in his bid. Details of abatements /
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        indicated specifically.
        In case the applicability of Services Tax is not
        quoted explicitly in the offer, the offer will be
        considered as inclusive of all liabilities of
        Service Tax.
        In the contracts involving multiple services or
        involving supply of certain goods / materials
        along with the services, the Bidder should give
        separate break-up for cost of goods and cost
        of various services, and accordingly quote
        Service Tax as applicable for the taxable
        services. In case the Bidder does not give
        break-up of the quoted prices, separately
        indicating the components of taxable services
        and material to be supplied (if any), the
        Service Tax will be loaded on entire quoted /
        contract value for evaluation.
C.3.1   For Services received by ONGC in Indian
        Territory from a Service provider from outside
        India, who does not have any fixed
        establishment or permanent address in India,
        the Bidder should not include the service tax
        in his quoted price. However, the Service tax
        as applicable will be loaded for evaluation on
        the portion of services which attract service
        tax. In case the Bidder does not give break-up
        of the quoted price, separately indicating the
        component for the taxable services and
        material to be supplied (if any), the service tax
        will be loaded on entire quoted / Contract
        value.
C.4     If    Customs       Duty/Excise      Duty/Sales
        Tax/Service Tax are being taken into account
        for the purpose of evaluation of bids then the
        rate of Customs Duty/Excise Duty/Sales Tax
        Service Tax as prevailing on the date of bid
        closing/date of revised price bid closing as the
        case may be will be taken into consideration
        for the propose of evaluation of bids.
        However, if there is any change in the rate of
        Customs Duty/Excise Duty /Sales Tax Service
        Tax after the date of bid closing/date of
        revised price bid closing but prior to award of
        the contract due to which there is any change
        in the original ranking of Bidders, then the
        Bidder who has emerged lowest based on the
        rate of Customs Duty/Excise Duty/Sales Tax
        /Service Tax as prevailing on the date of bid
        closing/bid submission/opening of revised
        prices would be considered for award of
        contract but subject to matching his prices
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        with the Bidder who has emerged lowest as a
        result of modification in duties & taxes. In case
        originally evaluated L-1 Bidder fails to match
        the price (with the Bidder who emerges L-1
        due to change in Duties) then the award of
        contract will go to the Bidder who
        subsequently emerges L-1 due to change in
        Duties.
 C.5    Discount:
        Bidders are advised not to indicate any
        separate discount. Discounts if any, shall be
        merged with the quoted rates. Discounts of
        any type indicated separately will not be taken
        into account for evaluation purpose. However,
        in the event of such an offer emerging lowest
        without considering the discount, ONGC shall
        avail the discount at the time of award of
        contract.
 C.6    Price Preference applicable to Domestic
        Bidders in ICB tenders:
        Domestic Bidders would be entitled to a price
        preference of upto ten percent (10%) over the
        lowest acceptable (evaluated) foreign bid
        subject to value addition. For ensuring value
        addition and eligibility for price preference,
        domestic bidders should provide all evidence
        necessary to prove that they meet the
        following criteria:
            i. be registered within India.
            ii. have majority ownership by nationals
                 of India and
            iii. not subcontract more than 80% of the
                 Works measured in terms of value to
                 foreign contractors.
        For meeting the criteria at (iii) above, domestic
        bidders should obtain a certificate in original
        from practicing Statutory Auditor engaged by
        them for auditing their annual accounts, which
        could established that not more than 80% of
        the works measured in term of value has been
        subcontracted to foreign contractors. The
        original certificate indicating various sub-
        contracting details in percentage terms as well
        as in absolute value should be submitted in
        the price bid. However, copy of the Statutory
        Auditors certificate indicating sub-contracting
        details in percentage terms only and with price
        details blanked out should be submitted in the
        un-priced bid.
        Consortium between domestic (Indian) and
        foreign firms but led by Indian firm shall also
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        be eligible for the price preference provided
        they fulfill the conditions of price preference
        given for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii above.
        However, consortium between domestic and
        foreign firms led by foreign firm shall not be
        eligible for price preference even though their
        domestic partner satisfies the conditions given
        for domestic bidder at i, ii, iii above.
        It must be noted that above information so
        furnished, if at any stage, found wrong,
        incorrect or misleading, will attract action as
        per rule/law.
        The bidders are requested to check the latest
        position on the subject on their own and
        ONGC does not accept any liability
        whatsoever, on this account.
 D.     General
 1      The BEC over-rides all other similar clauses
        operating anywhere in the Bid Documents.
  2     The bidder/contractor is prohibited to offer any
        service / benefit of any manner to any
        employee of ONGC and that the contractor
        may suffer summary termination of contract /
        disqualification in case of violation.
  3     The cut-off period for experience of bidder,
        personnel, Rig idling period, etc. shall be
        reckoned from the date of technical bid
        opening.

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