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					                    OIL & NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LTD
                            EASTERN REGION
                                    NAZIRA-ASSAM




                           TENDER DOCUMENT
           TENDER NO. NZR/MM/CHEM/ST/PAC/AB/58/06-07/R13AC06012


               REQUEST FOR QUOTATION UNDER TWO BID SYSTEM

           FOR PURCHASE OF POLY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE – 325 MT



Last date of receipt of queries :     17.05.06
for pre-bid conference

Pre-Bid Conference              ;     22.05.06

Closing Date & Time             :     13.06.06 AT 1400 HRS (IST)

Opening Date & Time             :     15.06.06 AT 1500 HRS (IST)
of Techno-commercial Bid




                                    Tender fee(Rs.) 200.00
                   OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LIMITED
                       Materials Management Department,
                         OFFICE OF I/C-MM ASSAM ASSET
                                 NAZIRA-ASSAM,

                              REQUEST FOR QUOTATION

     Tender No.:R13AC06012__________________
     File No. : NZR/MM/CHEM/ST/PAC/AB/58/06-07


     To,




     Dear Sirs,

    Quotation in duplicate(duly sealed & properly superscripted) are
invited for Stores as per Technical specification & Packing condition
(Annexure-A)enumerated below. Please fill in the columns and the stores
enumerated below and submit your offer


                                  DETAILS OF TENDER
1   Tender No                         R13AC06012
2   Type of Tender                    OPEN TENDER
3   Bidding System                    Two bid
4   Description & qty                 Poly Aluminium Chloride – 325 MT
5   Delivery/Completion Period        AS PER SPECIAL TERMS &
                                      CONDITIONS OF
                                      THE TENDER DOCUMENT
6   Terms of Delivery                 AS PER SPECIAL TERMS & CONDITION
7   Terms of Payment                  AS PER THE GENERAL TERMS
                                      CONDITION OF ONGC BOOKLET
8 Tender Fee                         AS PER NIT

9  Date of closure of                  12.05.06
   Tender Selling
10 Last Date for receiving             17.05.06
   queries from bidders for
   Pre-bid Conference
11   (a)Date of Pre-bid Conference      22.05.06
     (b)Place of Pre-bid Conference     Conference Hall, ROB-I,ONGC, NAZIRA

12   Time of Pre-bid Conference        1500 Hrs:IST
13   Closing date and time of
     submission of bids
     a)    Date                        13.06.06
     b)    Time                        1400 Hrs: IST
14   (a) Opening date & time of unpriced
     techno-commercial bids
     a)    Date                        15.06.0606
     b)    Time                        1500 Hrs: IST


15   Bid Validity                     BID VALIDITY UPTO 90 DAYS FROM
                                      THE DATE OF OPENING TENDER

16 Earnest Money Deposit/Bid Bond/
   Bid Security                        Rs. 87,880.00


The Bidders who have furnished EMD in the form of BID BOND/Bank
Guarantee from any Indian Bank shall furnish the same(on non-judicial
stamp paper as per the instruction provided in the Booklet.) OR Bank Draft
or Banker's/Cashier's cheque valid for 180 days from the date of issue it
from any Indian Nationalised Bank/Schedule Bank.

Note:- Bid Bond validity upto 120 days from the date of opening
       Tender

17   Security Deposit/Performance
     Bank Guarantee (PBG)             7.5% required from successful Bidder,

18   Warranty Period                  Required as per clause no10(10.1
                                      to 10.7) of Annexure-II of
                                      Booklet ONGC/MM/02

19   Address for Correspondence       CM(MM)IV- ONGC-ER, Assam
                                      Asset, Nazira, Assam 785685

BIDDER SHOULD QUOTE FULL QUANTITY AS PER DELIVERY SCHEDULE AT
SPECIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS CLAUSE NO 2 AND PRICE FORMAT OF THE TENDER
DOCUMENT.
Please acknowledge receipt of the bidding document. Please quote Tender
Number, RFQ Number , File Number and Vendor Number in all future
correspondence against the tender.

Offers sent without payment of requisite tender fee and not accompanied
with prescribed Bid Bond will be ignored straight away.

OFFEERS SENT WITHOUT INTEGRITY PACT DULY SIGNED ON ALL PAGES BY THE SAME
SIGNATORY WHO SIGNS THE BID SHALL LEAD TO OUTRIGHT REJECTION


    Yours faithfully,



    For Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited
          Description of Materials:
    ____________________________________________________________________
SR.NO MATERIAL CODE       DESCRIPTION               UOM   QUANTITY
____________________________________________________________________

1        100102085       POLY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE    MT    325

    ____________________________________________________________________

    Note: The bidders are requested to refer Annexure-A, for detailed
specifications for the items tendered and submit their offers accordingly.

Details Of Consignees

Ultimate Consignee
____________________________________________________________________
 Code      Designation        Project     Street    City       State
___________________________________________________________________

 59274    Manager(MM)       ONGC,Lakwa Stores   Sibsagar       Assam
          Receipt
    ____________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                        Annexure-A




Annexure for Detailed Specifications of the items tendered


Material:            100102085                POLY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE


1.        Physical state                         The material as received shall be a homogeneous
                                                 liquid free from visible impurities
2.        Specific Gravity at 27oC/27oC          1.32±0.03

3.        pH of 5% weight/Volume solution        4.0 (Maximum)
                                    o
          in distilled water at 24±2 C

4         Miscibility in distilled water at      1 gram of the sample as received shall be miscible
               o
          24±2 C                                 in 100 millilitre of distilled water

5         Aluminium as Al2O3, percent by         13-15
          mass
                          -
6         Chlorides as Cl , percent by           18-23
          mass
                            --
7         Sulphate as SO4 ,percent by            2.0 (Maximum)
          mass
8         Iron as Fe (ppm)                       100(Maximum)
9         Shelf life                             The supplier /manufacturer should give a certificate
                                                 that shelf life of their product is minimum six
                                                 months from the date of supply ,when stored in a
                                                 closed container at ambient temperature
                 :

Packing

New and unused HDPE carbouys with leak tight stopper and screw cap strong enough to withstand the rigours of transit
and storage .45/50 kg net per carbouy

Marking

Each bag should be clearly marked as follows
1) Name of the product
2) Name of the manufacturer & supplier
3) Supply order no. and date against which supply is made
4) Gross & net weight
5) Hazard warning, if any

Laboratory for testing : RGL, Baroda
                                                                  ANNEXURE-B

     STANDARD PROCEDURE OF SAMPLING/BONDING
                  OF CHEMICALS
STANDARD PROCEDURE OF SAMPLING/BONDING    OF CHEMICALS

Sampling of Solid Chemicals & Additives

The sampling/bonding job is the responsibility of the Chemist
representative. The sample is to be drawn by Chemist, who has also to
ensure that the party offering the material has to provide the required
facility for uniform random coverage and does not obstruct the job quality
in any manner.

The supplier/were housing agency/manufacturer-offering bulk-material shall
be liable to ensure the following arrangements before sampling & bonding.

a)    A safe Godown/were house located suitably and it must be in complete
      custody/security supervision of the supplier from offer of the
      material to completion of despatch of the material to the
      consignee/MM Divns. Of ONGC through compliance of Forms procedures
      as applicable. The godown should also protect the material the
      material from bad weather.

b)    The warehouse shall preferably have separate enclosure free spaces
      where the material covered under sampling/bonding certificate of
      sampling/bonding exercise by the chemist can be securely and
      distinctly thread bonded & sealed and locked if possible.

c)    Adequate space to move around and have access to any bag/container
      that the chemist chooses for sampling should be available. Proper
      height of stack, making passages to cover sampling thoroughly is
      obligatory. In view of the responsibility of the chemist to have
      complied with the procedures of sampling, sampling chemist is
      empowered to exercise discretion in this regard on the party offering
      the material to create these facilities without which sampling may
      be refused as it may not end up with a representative sample of whole
      stack as desired i.e. representative sample of the whole stack.


d)    Items required for sampling/bonding. Sampling scope/sampler, thread,,
      needle, lead, sealing wax, bucket, polythene lined empty bags for
      mixing of sample and empty   bags for mixing of sample and empty
      packing of same specifications as in supply order etc. to be provided
      by the supplier.
Sampling is to be carried out as per procedure given below :

1.    Sampling will be done from a stack
2.    Each stack shall not exceed 100 MT quantity (except for Bentonite &
      Barytes). This quantity is restricted to 100 MT (Max) to ensure that
      a stable, accessible, securely bondable quantity can be covered in
      one go.
3.    Each stack will be placed properly and separately.
4.    Sampling will be done to the extent of 10% of the total number of
      containers/bags offered at random.
      The sampling chemist have a fully comply the random sampling
      principles i.e. each row/column location of the stack is represented
      in the composite sample.
5.    The stack shall be accessible from all the sides for prepare
      sampling.
6.    The stack height should not exceed 2 miters.
7.    The minimum quantity of the composite sample drawn should be 4 kg.
      The sampling chemist may adjust the quantity from individual sampling
      bag/container accordingly.

During the sample exercise:

a)    Choose about 8-1 bags/containers extremely randomly from whole of the
      stack and get them emptied, examine visually and than allow refilling
      in empty packing stitched and put back to the stack.

      Any abnormality, if observed, may be reflected in the
      sampling/Bonding certificate.

b)    Verify the weight of the net contents as per supply order, record
      deviations if any and quantity may have to correct, if required.

8.    The sample will be drawn by ONGC Chemist in presence of the firm’s
      representative.
9.    The sample taken from individual packages shall be thoroughly mixed,
      quartered and transferred to clean and dry, air tight containers, 500
      gm. (minimum) in each uniform, leak proof, weather resistant and
      pilfer proof sealable polythene/metallic container, not affected by
      the material being sampled, Suitable tape/thread to ensure pilfer
      proof sealing may be tied without injuring the bottle/container in
      any manner. These samples will carry a label indicating
      identification details of the material/exercise bottle shall contain
      one seal each of ONGC and supplier.
10.   The sampling bonding certificates & label of sample bottles shall
      indicate witness signatures of all the individual parties involved in
      the exercise.
11.   The distribution of four samples will be as follows :
a)    Two samples to be sent to testing lab
b)    One sample for purchase department
c)    One sample to be retained by the supplier.

                                   SAMPLE

1.    Shape-Metallic scoope
      1.1 Size – Length 35-40 cms., depending upon dimensions of packages



                             PACKING AND MARKING

1.    Packing :
1.1   Description: The material shall be supplied in original packing of
      the manufacturer in new, moisture proof multiwalled paper bags of 300
      gauge which in turn are packed into polythene lined (100 gauge) new
      jute bags (90z) or new HDPE bags strong enough to withstand rigorous
      of transit and storage.
1.2   Net weight : 25/50 kgs per package.

                                   MARKING

Each bag shall have clearly legible marking as below :

1.    Name of the product
2.    Name of suppler
3.    Month and year of manufacture
4.    Supply order number with date against which supplies are made.

The Packing and Marking clauses given above are illustrative in each case
these will be as given in supply order conditions.

(B)   SAMPLING OF LIQUID CHEMICALS AND ADDITIVES

The sampling is to be carried out as per procedure given below :

1.    Sampling will be done from a stack.
2.    Each stack shall not exceed 50 MT quantity or 250
      Drums/barrels/containers/Jerycans etc. ( Whichever is less).
3.    Each stack will be placed properly and separately
4.    The stack shall be accessible from all the sides for proper sampling
5.    The containers/barrels/drums etc. should preferably be placed in
      single layer.
6.    The sample will be drawn by ONGC chemist in presence of
      representatives of the firm.
7.    The sample will be withdrawn from 10% number of drums/containers at
      random from the stack.
8.    The containers to be stacked in such a manner that it is feasible to
      draw sample from each member of the group.
9.    The containers if these are round can be rolled for 10-20 minutes
      each, so that the inside contents are uniformly mixed. The following
      support items for the job must be available.

i)   A liquid pump for emptying Barrel/container
ii)  A hollow metallic tube with a sliding solid insert rod suitable to
     slide full Length of the hollow tube.
iii) Stainless steel/enameled bucket in which the material to be sampled
     has no chemical action.
iv) Few empty containers conforming to specification.
v)   Manpower for handling the barrels/containers

10.   Randomly examine/prove the uniformity of some homogenised barrels by
      pouring out the full contents into another empty container. Visually
      ensure uniformity; and the same may be recorded in the
      sampling/bonding certificate.

c)    Choose few barrels at random and ensure that they are fee from
      sludge. To do this, the hollow tube may be inserted upto bottom from
      then barrel opening and taken out. In case of the sludge and same
      will plug the bottom of the tube and liquid will be supported without
      top close, rather easily. With the insert tube, presence of the
      sludge can be confirmed. This will be visually noticeable in
      translucent polythene containers.
d)    In case the sludge material is of thermodynamic origin separating out
      due to temperature cycles, allow to attain equilibrium, Roll the
      containers if they are Drums, Jerrycans can be shaken carefully
      keeping the handling hazard in mind. At the end of this exercise the
      entire contents must be easily homogenized and parable to empty
      containers without visual change in the flow.
e)    For Sampling and verifying the barrel for uniformity of content, the
      barrel pump shall also be immersed to full depth. Slowly withdraw the
      barrel pump after drawl of the sample. The lower end may be seen for
      any abnormal sludge.

With this the sampling can be carried out from a randomly chosen
population of containers. For better discretion all the members chosen for
sampling may be stacked together as a sub-stack of the same stack at an
identified location of the stack.

11.   The sample from individual barrels is collected in the bucket, mixed
      thoroughly and packed 500 ml. Each in suitable, unreactive, leak-
      proof, sea-label containers. Each sample container will be closed
      with lead proof stopper, called and sealed with ONGC and suppliers
      seal.



12.   The distribution of four samples will be as follows :

a)    Two samples to be sent to testing lab
b)    One sample for Material Management Deptt.
c)    One sample to be retained by the supplier.


                                   PACKING

The Material should be packed in new leak proof, M.S. Drums/iron
drums/pill drums/Jerrycans of appropriate specifications as applicable and
mu8st be strong enough to withstand rigorous of transit and storage.


Capacity: As per Specifications


                                   MARKING

Each Drum/container shall have clearly legible marking as below :

1.    Name of the product
2.    Name of supplier
3.    Month/and year of manufacturer
4.    Supply order no. With date against which supplies are made.

Packing/marking clauses are illustrative, only the text of particular
supply order shall be applicable.


GENERAL   (AS PER GENERAL I.S.I. METHODOLOGY FOR SAMPLING)

1.    Precautions shall be taken to protect the samples, the material being
      sampled, the sampling instrument and the container for samples from
      adventitious contamination.
2.    To draw a representative sample, the contents of each container
      selected for sampling shall be mixed as thoroughly as possible by
      suitable means.
3.    The sample shall be placed in suitable, clean, dry and airtight glass
      or other suitable containers on which the material has no action.
4.   Each sample container shall be sealed airtight after filling and
     marked with full details of sampling, the date of sampling and the
     year of manufacture of the material.

                             SCALE OF SAMPLING

5.   LOT- All the containers in a single consignment of the material of
     one grade and drawn from a single batch of manufacture shall
     constitute a lot. If a consignment is declared or known to consist of
     different grades or batches of manufacture, the containers belonging
     to the same grade and batch shall be grouped together and each such
     group shall constitute a separate lot.
6.   Sample shall be tested from each stack for ascertaining conformity of
     the material to the requirements of the specification.
     As the sampling operation has to be practical in terms of physical
     accessibility of each container/bag/packing, stability for thread
     bonding, the specified quantity is to be grouped in one stack. This
     will be referred to as stack number and will be covered under one
     sampling/bonding certificate.

7.   The containers to be selected for sampling shall be chosen at random
     from the log/stack and for this purpose random number tables shall be
     used.

     Alternatively when the random tables are not available the containers
     may be numbered serially 1,2,3……………. and so on. Suppose, we have to
     take sample from 10% quantity then will be 10 and thus continuous
     from 1 to r will cover 10 containers/bags. Sampling frequency should
     be so maintained that any random position in the continuous sequence
     if 1 to r (i.e.1 to 10) is counted, any one bag/container will be
     sampled.


                        PREPARATION OF TEST SAMPLES

8.   Draw with an appropriate sampling instrument a small portion of the
     material from different parts of each container selected. The total
     parts of each container selected. The total quantity of the material
     drawn from each container shall be sufficient to conduct the tests
     for all the characteristics given under 3 and shall not exceed 1 kg.
9.   Thoroughly mix all portions of the material drawn from the same
     container. Out of these portions a small but equal quantity shall be
     taken from each selected container and shall be well mixed together
     so as to form a composite sample weighing not less then 600 g. This
     composite sample shall be divided into three equal parties: as for
     the purchaser, another for the supplier and the third to be used as
     reference sample.
10.   The remaining portion of the material from each container (after a
      small quantity needed for the formation of composite sample has been
      taken) shall be divided into three equal parts, each part weighing
      not less than 100g. These parts shall be immediately transferred to
      thoroughly dried bottles, which are then sealed air tight with
      stoppers and labeled with all the particulars of sampling as per para
      4 above. The material in each such sealed bottle shall constitute an
      individual test sample. These individual samples shall be separated
      into three identical sets of samples in such a way that each
      container is selected. One of these three sets shall be sent to the
      purchaser, another to the supplier and the third shall be used as
      reference sample.
11.   Reference Sample-The reference sample shall consist of the composite
      sample (See para 9) and a set of individual samples (see para 10)
      marked for this purpose and shall bear the seals of the purchaser and
      the supplier. These shall be kept at a place agreed to between the
      purchaser and the supplier and shall be used in case of dispute
      between the two.
12.   The standard method of sampling should be as per BIS:883 for all
      chemicals.

13.   In case of Indian supplies, in the event of bulk samples failing to
      conform to supply order specification, the supplier will be asked to
      reprocess it and offer again or offer fresh material against that
      lot.

i)    ONGC shall refund the testing fee if the earlier results are found
      faulty.

ii)   The supplier on his part will be debarred from participating in ONGC
      tenders for a period of one year, if the earlier results are
      confirmed.

iii) ONGC has the right to decide on merit of the case as to whether the
     supplier should be debarred for a period of one year from
     participating in ONGC tenders for that particular item where supplier
     does not challenge the laboratory test result wherein the material
     offered for a second time after reprocessing has not again been found
     conforming to specification, and re-testing of bulk sample is not
     asked on payment basis.

iv)   ONGC reserves right to cancel part/full quantity of the supply order
      which has failed twice in laboratory test.

14.   ONGC reserves the right to inspect/test the material at destination
      on receipt and such results shall be final and binding on the
      supplier. Destination sampling and testing will be resorted only on
      such occasions when there is a failure in performance of the supplied
      material as failure in performance of the supplied material as
      observed by the user. Bidders taking exception to destination
      sampling, testing and free replacement on freight pre-paid basis if
      found sub-standard on testing at destination will be rejected.
      Undertaking to this effect should be submitted.

15.   Before the material is dispatched. ONGC will undertake sampling
      ,bonding , testing and debonding of each lot at firm premises.

16.   After the issue of detailed order, the supplier shall offer the
      material for sampling and bonding as per schedule of date of delivery
      indicated in the supply order.
                                    ANNEXURE-B.1

      Bidders should furnish the following undertakings on bidders letterhead
      with reference to Bid Evaluation Criteria.

                               UNDERTAKING-I
i.    We have the required facilities as per International standards for
      testing the quoted product as per ONGC specification and agree to
      provide sampling/bonding and free testing facilities to ONGC’s
      inspection team at our works/premises before despatch of material to
      consignee.

                     Or

      We undertake to arrange the required testing facilities at our own cost
      as per International standards for testing the quoted product as per
      ONGC specification and agree to provide sampling/bonding facilities to
      ONGC’s inspection team at our works/premises before despatch of
      material to consignee.
      (In case of Bidders who do not have in house testing facility)
                              UNDERTAKING-II
ii.   We accept that ONGC reserves the right to inspect the material at
      destination on receipt and such result shall be final and binding on
      the supplier.
iii. Bidders should submit the following certificate

                              CERTIFICATE-I
      To

      M/s Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd,
      NAZIRA, ASSAM
      India.

      Dear Sirs,

     This is to certify that material being offered/supplied is of the same
     standard and quality as the one for which laboratory certificate has
     been attached against Tender No………

                               Yours faith fully,


                         Signature of manufacturer.

     Note:

     In case the bidder is not a manufacturer of the product, then the
     bidder shall provide the certificate on the principal manufacturer’s
     letter head duly signed by the principal manufacturer.
                              CERTIFICATE-II

AUTHRITY LETTER IN ORIGINAL TO BE ISSUED ON MANUFACTURER’S   LETTER HEAD
ADDRESSED TO HEAD OF MM AS UNDER:-

TO,
GM, I/C MM ,
ONGC, EASTERN REGION, ASSAM

SUB:- TENDER NO (mention tender number) for supply of
      (tendered item and quantity).

This is to certify that M/s. _____________ is our authorised sole selling
agent/authorised supply house/ authorised dealer(delete other description
which are not applicable) who is authorised to market the product
_________(item description) and valid throughout the delivery period. We
also agree to provide the required warranty cover for the product

                         Manufacturer name with Seal
SPECIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
                                                                  ANNEXURE-C


                         SPECIAL TERMS & CONDITIONS


1.    SAMPLING/BONDING (APPLICABLE FOR PURCHASE OF CHEMICALS)
1.1   Before the Material is taken on charge , ONGC will undertake
      Sampling, Bonding , Testing and Debonding of each lot. The following
      procedure will adopted.
      After the issue of detailed order, the supplier shall offer the
      Material for sampling and bonding as per schedule of date of delivery
      indicated in the supply order. Sampling ,bonding of each lot of
      product will be done at FACTORY PREMISES by a Officer from
      Chemistry. The sampling /bonding Officer will ensure that supply of
      Chemicals is in manufacturer‟s original packing as specified in the
      Supply Order . each bag/drum/barrel of product should bear mark of
      the name of Manufacturer, name of Chemical, lot no., Batch No. date
      of manufacture and supply order No and date. Testing of the samples
      will carried out in the ONGC Laboratories/ONGC approved Laboratories
      as per the terms of Supply order.

      Total four bulk sample will be drawn during sampling/bonding. The
      bulk samples taken at FACTORY PREMISES will have the seal of both
      the party and ONGC. Two samples will be sent to Lab for test , one
      sample will be given to the supplier and the fourth one is to be
      retained with the purchase department.

      If the sampled and bonded lot is found meeting Supply Order
      specifications as per the Test Report issued by ONGC Laboratory/ONGC
      approved Laboratory , then the lot will be despatched as per
      debonding procedure.

1.2   In the event of bulk sample getting rejected the Supplier will be
      asked to reprocess it and offer again. However if the product fails
      even second time, the Supplier will have the option to get it tested
      on payment basis in his presence from the same Laboratory where it
      was tested earlier on following
      I    ONGC will refund   the testing fee if the earlier results found
           faulty.
      II   The Supplier on his part will be debarred from participating in
           ONGC tenders for a period of ONE year if earlier results are
           confirmed.
      III ONGC has the right to decide on merit of the case as to whether
           the supplier should be debarred for a period of one year from
           participating in ONGC tenders for that particular item where
           supplier does not challenge the laboratory test result wherein
           the material offered for a second time after reprocessing to
           specification, and re-testing of bulk sample is not asked on
           payment basis.
      IV   ONGC reserves right to cancel part/full quantity of the supply
           order which has failed twice laboratory test.

1.3   Wherever re-sampling /bonding is to be done, it will be carried out
      at the cost of the supplier including the expenditure on
      sampling/bonding team and Laboratory testing charges.
1.4   ONGC reserves the right to inspect/test the Material at destination
      on receipt and such results shall be final and binding on the
      supplier. Destination sampling and testing will be resorted only on
      such occasions when there is a failure in performance of the supplied
      material as observed by the user. Bidders taking exception to
      destination sampling, testing and free replacement on freight pre-
      paid basis if found sub-standard on testing at destination will not
      be considered.

1.5   DATE OF DELIVERY:

      Date of receipt of intimation in the office of GM, Incharge MM Nazira,
      Assam in writing regarding offering of material for Sampling/Bonding
      will be treated as date of Delivery for the lot passed in Lab Test,
      provided bulk sample drawn from the lot sampled and bonded is found
      meeting/conforming to supply order specification in respect of all
      parameters when tested in ONGC laboratory/ONGC approved laboratory. In
      case bulk sample drawn from material/lot sampled & bonded is found not
      meeting/conforming to supply order specification in respect of all
      parameters when tested in ONGC laboratory/ONGC approved laboratory,
      then the date on which material is offered to ONGC for sampling &
      bonding after reprocessing/ fresh lot is offered, will be treated as
      date of delivery for the purpose of calculating the liquidated damages.

      The above date of offering of material for sampling & bonding will be
      the date on which ONGC team is asked to visit the premises of the
      supplier for sampling & bonding and not the date of the letter/telex by
      which readiness of material is communicated.

1.6   BULK SUPPLIES:

      For indigenous suppliers before despatch of materials sampling bonding
      and testing of each lot of the product will be done at firm's premises
      by a ONGC officer from Chemistry Department. Testing of the samples
      will be carried out in the ONGC laboratories/ ONGC approved
      laboratories as per the terms of supply order. The debonding    of each
      lot will be done by ONGC officer after receipt of test report with the
     remarks that material conforms to order specification. The material
     will be despatched by supplier in presence of ONGC officer detailed for
     debonding of the bulk lot.

2.   Delivery Period: As stipulated below:-


            LOT         QUANTITY        DELIVERY DATE

          1ST   LOT       85000   KGS   Within   45 days of placement of LOI
          2nd   lot       80000   Kgs   Within   75 days of placement of LOI
          3rd   lot       80000   kgs   Within   120 days of placement of LOI
          4th   lot       80000   Kgs   Within   150 days of placement of LOI



     (i)              Terms of Delivery :- FOR DESTINATION.
                      Date of receipt of intimation in the office of GM, Incharge
                      MM Nazira, Assam in writing regarding offering of material
                      for Sampling/Bonding will be treated as date of Delivery for
                      the lot passed in Lab Test.
     (ii)             If the entire ordered quantity is offered in more lots than
                      what has been specified above, the supplier will bear the
                      lumsump cost for extra lots on account of expenditure for
                      deputing Sampling/Bonding/Debonding team and testing
                      charges as under:-
                      (a) To & Fro actual fare by Air per person.
                      (b) Rs. 2000.00 per day per person on account of Hotel
                           charges and misc. expenditure for the period of stay
                           where material is offered for
                           sampling/bondiong/debonding.
                      (c) Testing charges prescribed by ONGC per stack applicable
                           at the time of testing. However present testing charges
                           is Rs. 6340/- PLUS SERVICE TAX per sample.
                      (d) The supplier will ensure to remit the amount on this
                           account through Bank Draft in the name of Manager(F&A),
                           Assam Asset, Assam on receipt of intimation, failing
                           which the amount will be adjusted out of the Invoice/PBG
                           without Prejudice.
     B)               Supplier will also ensure to offer lots within the
                      contractual delivery period for which intimation shall be
                      sent 10 days in advance before expiry of contractual delivery
                      date in terms of Clause 16 of Annexure-II in format as per
                      Appendix-2 of Booklet ONGC/MM/02.
     C)               Bidder must indicate the complete address of place of
                      Manufacturing at offering of material for sampling/bonding.
     D)        The material should be kept in godown or under the shed in
               order to have safety of material from weathering condition.


               The tender will be governed by

     A)        The “ Instructions to Tenders” as per Booklet ONGC/MM/02.
     B)        “General Terms & Conditions” placed Booklet ONGC/MM/02
     C)        Technical specifications at Annexure-A of this letter.
     D)        Standard procedure of sampling/bonding of chemicals at
               Annexure-B
     E)        Special Terms and Conditions at Annexure-C
     F)        Price Bid format at Annexure-D
     G)        Bid Evaluation Criteria of this letter at Annexure-E
     H)        Matrix for Techinical BEC at Annexure-F
     I)        Amendments to Booklet No.ONGC/MM/02 to this letter
               including revised arbitration provisions at Annexure-G
     J)        Integrity Pact at annexure-H

Two Bid Systems shall be followed for this tender.
The first inner sealed cover will contain Techno-commercial bids having
all details but with price column blanked out. This cover should clearly
be superscribed with „Techno-Commercial Bid‟ alongwith tender number and
item description.
The second sealed inner cover will contain only the price schedule duly
filled in and signed and will be clearly superscribed with “Price Bid”
alongwith tender number and item description.

These covers shall be put into outer cover and sealed. The outer cover
should duly bear the tender number and date of closing / opening
prominently underlined alongwith the address of bidder.

The forwarding letter in original for issue of the NIT duly signed by
Tender Issuing Officer, will be sent by the Bidder along with offer. In
case the Invitation of Bid (containing specification & BEC ) has been
received free of cost, Bidder must also submit the forwarding letter along
with valid registration certificate containing the following.
(1) Registering authority
(2) Item for which registered.
(3) Monetory limit upto which registered.
(4) Validity of Registeration.

Indigenous bidders are requested to submit all photo copies i.e. NSIC
registration Certificate, Sales Tax Certificate and CST Certificate duly
attested by issuing dept. or in Original, as specified in Booklet
ONGC/MM/02 Para 10,( page 7).
All the Bidder will submit an undertaking along with its bid that it has
purchased a Booklet from PMC, ONGC, Dehradun and that all conditions
contained in Booklet no ONGC/MM/02(insert booklet code and serial No
ONGC/MM/02/**), as amended by the subsequent amendments contained in the
special conditions, are acceptable to him unconditionally in the tender,
failing which his offer is liable to be ignored.

Note: ** The figure (running serial number of the Booklet given by PMC
while issuing the Booklet) is to be filled by the Bidder.
Bidders are also required to submit photocopy of Booklet No: ONGC/MM/02
duly filled in, each page signed and Letter of Invitation of Bid along
with the offer.
Offers sent, without prescribed Bid Bond and Test Report will be ignored.
PRICE   FORMAT
                                                                       ANNEXURE- D
                                                   Priced Format
                        (TO BE FILLED IN BY THE TENDERER SEPARATELY FOR QUOTED ITEMS)

1.     Tender No.#                                        4.    Offer No. #
2.     Name of Bidder #                                   5.    Validity of Bid #
3.     Currency # in Indian Rupees                        6.    Country of Origin # India

Item      Description   Qty    Basic   P&F          Excise      Sales   Freight     Any         FOR Destination
No.       of Item.      in     Ex-     charges,     Duty        Tax     Charges     Other       Rate per Unit
                        Nos.   works   if any       including   @---    up to       Charges     (4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8
                               rate                 edu         ----%   ONGC        (To be      + 9)
                               per                  cess.       on      Stores,     specified
                               unit                 @ -----     (4 +    Sivasagar
                                                    % on (4     5+6)
                                                    + 5)
 1             2         3      4         5             6        7         8           9               10
 1        Poly          325
          Aluminium     MT
          Chloride

ADDITIONAL POINT:
1.   RATE OF EXCISE DUTY                      :   _______ % (_______PERCENT)
2.   RATE OF CST/ST                           :   _______ % (_______PERCENT)
3.   C’ FORM                                  :   REQUIRED ( ) / NOT REQUIRED (             ) (PL TICK)
4.   ASSAM ROAD PERMIT                        :   REQUIRED ( ) / NOT REQUIRED (             ) (PL TICK)

                                                                               (SIGNATURE OF AUTHORISED SIGNATORY)
                                                                                                   SEAL OF COMPANY
NOTE:

     1.        ASSAM ENTRY TAX IS APPLICABLE FOR ITEMS ENTERING ASSAM. BIDDER TO KNOW THAT IF ROAD
               PERMIT IS TO BE ARRANGED BY ONGC THEN THE AMOUNT OF ASSAM ENTRY TAX AS APPLICABLE
               ON F.O.R DESTINATION PRICE SHALL BE LOADED TO WORK OUT TOTAL F.O.R .DESTINATION PRICE.
               THE ROAD PERMIT WILL BE ARRANGED BY ONGC AND ASSAM ENTRY TAX WILL BE BORN BY ONGC
               AS APPLICABLE.

     2.        THE PRICE FORMAT INDICATING THE APPLICABLE PERCENTAGE AND AMOUNT OF TAXES & DUTIES
               DULY SIGNED BY AUTHORISED SIGNATORY IS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH THE BID.

     3.        TRANSIT INSURANCE IS REQUIRED TO ARRANGED BY SUPPLIER AND CHARGES TO THIS EFFECT
               SHALL BE BORNE BY SUPPLIER AND NOT TO BE SHOWN SEPARATELY (REFER PARA 12.1 OF SPECIAL
               TERMS AND CONDITIONS AT ANNEXURE- VII ALSO).

     4.    THE BIDDER MUST QUOTE FREIGHT CHARGES OR F.O.R. RTES SHOULD BE INCLUSIVE OF FREIGHT
          CHARGES. THE OFFER WHERE FREIGHT CHARGES ARE QUOTED “AS APPLICABLE” OR “ TO ONGC
          ACCOUNT “ WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
BID EVALUATION CRITERIA
                                                                  ANNEXURE-E
                          BID EVALUATION CRITERIA

Vital criteria for acceptance of bids:-

A. 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. 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
may be rejected outright.

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.    Bid should be complete in all aspects covering entire scope of job/
      supply   (field-wise)   and   should    conform   to the   technical
      specifications indicated in the bid document, duly supported with
      technical catalogues/ literatures, wherever applicable.   Incomplete
      and non-conforming bids will be rejected outright.

2.    Manufacturer’s experience:- In case the bidder is a manufacturer of the
      tendered chemical , he should satisfy the following along with
      documentary evidence.
      a) Minimum three years of experience in manufacturing of tendered
      chemical in last five years. For this purpose, the period reckoned
      shall be the period prior to the date of opening of techno-commercial
      bid.
      b) Should have manufactured and supplied minimum 10(ten) percent of the
      quoted chemical/s to Various Companies/Oil and Gas specific companies
      during the last five years.
      ii) In case the bidder is not a manufacturer, then the bidder (as
      authorized dealer/ distributor/ stockiest) is required to obtain
      documentary evidence in respect of the above 2 (a) and (b) from the
      concerned manufacturer and submit the same.

3.    No tender sample is required to be submitted along with the Techno-
      commercial un-price bid.   Bidder must submit along with the bid a
      Laboratory test report in original from any of the Laboratories as
      mentioned in the Specification Sheet (Annexure(A) or copy duly
      attested by issuing laboratory of latest production batch of the
      quoted product (brand name, if any, should also be indicated in the
      test report), not older than one     year   from   the   date   of   Techno-
      commercial Un-Priced bid opening.

4.    The laboratory test report must also bear the name of                   the
      manufacturer whose product has been quoted against this tender.

5.    The test report of the bulk supply to ONGC, in original or duly
      attested by the issuing lab or Notory attested, evaluated on all
      parameters, not older than one year from the date of opening of the
      techno-commercial Un-price bid will also be considered for tender
      evaluation provided the product supplied and its manufacturer are the
      same as the one quoted (i.e. Product / brand and its manufacturer) in
      this tender.    The test report should indicate the name of the
      manufacturer or necessary document (viz. Notary attested copies of
      relevant supply order / sampling and bonding certificate / de-bonding
      certificate indicating the name of the manufacturer) may be submitted
      to co-relate the test report with the name of the manufacturer.
      Offers received without test report will be rejected straightway.
      Besides, test reports received after the opening of the techno-
      commercial Un-price bid will not be considered.

6.    Test report should clearly indicate the results against all the
      technical parameters given in the specification and categorically
      mention whether the sample conforms to the tender specifications.
      Any deviation from the specification will not be acceptable and the
      bid will be rejected without any further clarifications.         No
      cognizance will be given to the sample test reports which are
      incomplete and do not conform to tender specification.

7.    Bidder must submit a quality assurance certificate from the
      manufacturer in original (even if the bidder is the authorized
      dealer) indicating that the material being offered / supplied is of
      the same standard and quality as the one for which the laboratory
      test report has been attached. Tender number should be mentioned in
      the certificate.
8.    Bidder shall submit a copy of Material Safety Data Sheet of the
      quoted chemical along with the bid
9.    The material should be supplied in the original packing of the
      manufacturer with markings conforming to the tender specifications
10.   Sampling / Bonding of the material shall be carried out a
      manufacturer’s premises as per Special Condition of Contract.

11.   The bidder must submit a Certificate in original from actual
      manufacturer of the tendered item that their capacity is adequate to
      cover the quantity offered to ONGC against the tender in addition to
      its other commitment.
B.2   COMMERCIAL REJECTION CRITERIA

The following vital commercial conditions should be strictly complied with
failing which the bid will be rejected.

1. ELIGIBILITY OF BIDDERS:    Bidder should preferably be a
Manufacturer. In case the bidder is not a manufacturer, its bid can also be
considered provided such bid is accompanied with back-up authority letter
from the concerned manufacturer, who authorizes them to market their
product provided further, such an authority letter is valid at the time of
bidding and should remain valid during the entire execution period of the
order. Required warranty cover of the manufacturer (as per the warranty
clause .. of the bid document) for the product will be provided by such a
bidder and an undertaking to this effect shall be provided by the bidder in
the techno-commercial bid. Offers without back-up authority letter from
manufacturers will not be considered.


2. PROOF OF THE SALE/ISSUE OF BID DOCUMENT :

The forwarding letter, in original, for the sale/ the issue of the
Bid document, duly signed by tender issuing officer, will be sent by
the bidder along with the bid. In case the Bid document has been
received free of cost, bidder must also submit the forwarding letter
along with valid Registration certificate.

3. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

The bidder must submit an undertaking along with their techno-commercial
bid that they have purchased a booklet from PMC, ONGC, Dehradun and that
all conditions at Annexure-II contained in the booklet No ONGC/MM/02/**
including the instructions to bidders at Annexure-I, as amended by the
subsequent amendments as brought out in the
Special Conditions of the bid document are acceptable to them
unconditionally.

** This figure (running serial No of the booklet given by PMC while issuing
the booklet) is to be filled by the bidder.

4.   Bid should be submitted in Two Bid system in two separate
envelopes. The Techno-Commercial bid shall contain all details but with the
price column of the price bid format blanked out. However a tick mark ( )
shall be provided against each item of the price bid format to indicate
that there is a quote against this item in the Priced bid. The Priced bid
shall contain only the prices duly filled in as per the price bid format.
5. Offers with techno commercial bid containing prices shall be rejected
  outright. In case bidder is submitting offer/quotation for more than one
  item, then he should submit price quotation for each item in separate
  covers superscribing with tender number, item description and tender due
  date. A copy of same marking price column blank should be kept in
  unpriced bid. Offers of following kinds will also be rejected:

    a) Offers made without Bid Bond /Bank Guarantee/Earnest money along with
      the offer (Refer clause 25 of Instructions to Bidders {Annexure-I of
      booklet}).
    b) Telex/ Telegraphic /Fax/ E.Mail/ Xerox/ Photo copy offers.
    c) Offers made by Agents/Consultants/Retainers / Representatives/
        Associates of foreign principals.
    d) Offers which do not confirm unconditional validity of the bid
        for 90 days from the date of opening of bid.
    e) Offers where prices are not firm and /or with any
        qualifications.
    f) Offers which do not conform to ONGC’s price bid format Annexure.
    g) Offers which do not conform to the delivery/ completion period
       indicated in the bid document.

C                      PRICE EVALUATION CRITERIA

1.     The price evaluation will be made on FOR Destination basis.

2.    Purchase preference to Small Scale Sectors:

ONGC reserves the right to allow to Small Scale Sectors registered with
NSIC Purchase preference facility as admissible as per existing Government
policy.
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.     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 such offer without
       considering discount is found to be lowest, Corporation shall avail of
       such discount at the time of award of contract.
2.     The bidder/contractor is prohibited from offering 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.   Sampling, Bonding & De-bonding will be carried out by ONGC’s officers
     /Representative /Third Parties as per Special terms and conditons of
     tender document at the discretion of ONGC.

4.   PRE-BID CONFERENCE

     ONGC proposes to hold pre-bid conference to furnish clarifications on
     the technical/commercial issues, which the bidders may seek.
     Therefore, no Exceptions/deviations to ONGC’s Technical/Commercial
     terms and conditions of the tender document shall be allowed. After,
     opening of techno-commercial bids, the bids shall be evaluated as per
     tender conditions without seeking further clarifications. Bidders
     taking any Exceptions/deviations to ONGC’s terms and conditions and
     failing which to comply with the requirements of the Tender Document
     shall be summarily rejected. Bidder must submit their quarries in
     writing on or before the date of quarries submission and only those
     questions will be replied during the pre-bid conference. Bidder has to
     ensure that their quarries are sent in time to ONGC.

5.   The proforma of Integrity Pact each page of which is duly signed by
     ONGC’s signatories, is placed at Annexure-H. The same shall have to 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 as per the Instructions to Bidders stipulated in the tender
     documents failing which offer the bidder will be rejected straightway.
     All the pages of the Integrity Pact shall be duly signed by Bidder’s
     signatories

5.   The BEC over-rides all other similar clauses operating anywhere
     in the Bid Documents.
TECHNICAL MATRIX
                                                                                                           ANNEXURE-F
                                        TECHNICAL EVALUATION MATRIX

   The Technical and commercial Evaluation Matrix in the form of questionnaire must be filled in & duly
   signed by the Authorized signatory & submitted along with the Techno-commercial Bid (Un-priced bid)
   for evaluation of their offer failing which the offer shall be rejected.
   Bidder must categorically respond to each point of this matrix along with reference to their quote (bid)
   i.e. page no. of the bid.
   The page no. / sr no. should be assigned to each page and the total number of pages should be mentioned
   in the bid.
   Overwriting / Erasing are not permitted. Bidder is advised to fill the information carefully.

Clause                            Questionnaire                                  Tender   Bidder’s       Quote Ref
No. of                                                                            Ref     Response
 BEC                                                                                            (Bidder to fill)
     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   Bid should be complete in all aspects covering entire scope of                   Complied /
         job/ supply (field-wise) and should conform to the technical                        Not
         specifications indicated in the bid document, duly supported with
         technical catalogues/ literatures,          wherever      applicable.             complied
         Incomplete and non-conforming bids will be rejected outright.
    2.   Manufacturer‟s experience:- In case the bidder is a manufacturer                 Complied /
         of the tendered chemical , he should satisfy the following along                    Not
         with documentary evidence.
         a) Minimum three years of experience in manufacturing of                          complied
         tendered chemical in last five years. For this purpose, the period
         reckoned shall be the period prior to the date of opening of
         techno-commercial bid.
         b) Should have manufactured and supplied minimum 10(ten)
         percent of the quoted chemical/s to Various Companies/Oil and
         Gas specific companies during the last five years.
         ii) In case the bidder is not a manufacturer, then the bidder (as
         authorized dealer/ distributor/ stockiest) is required to obtain
         documentary evidence in respect of the above 2 (a) and (b) from
         the concerned manufacturer and submit the same.
    3.   No tender sample is required to be submitted along with the                       Agreed /
         Techno-commercial un-price bid. Bidder must submit along with                    not agreed
         the bid a Laboratory test report in original or copy duly attested
         by issuing laboratory of latest production batch of the quoted
         product (brand name, if any, should also be indicated in the test
         report), not older than one year from the date of Techno-
         commercial Un-Priced bid opening. Test Report should be from
         RGL, ONGC BARODA
    4.   The laboratory test report must also bear the name of the                        Complied /
         manufacturer whose product has been quoted against this tender.                     Not
                                                                                           complied
 5.   The test report of the bulk supply to ONGC, in original or duly          Complied /
      attested by the issuing lab or Notory attested, evaluated on all            Not
      parameters, not older than one year from the date of opening of
      the techno-commercial Un-price bid will also be considered for            complied
      tender evaluation provided the product supplied and its
      manufacturer are the same as the one quoted (i.e. Product / brand
      and its manufacturer) in this tender. The test report should
      indicate the name of the manufacturer or necessary document
      (viz. Notary attested copies of relevant supply order / sampling
      and bonding certificate / de-bonding certificate indicating the
      name of the manufacturer) may be submitted to co-relate the test
      report with the name of the manufacturer. Offers received
      without test report will be rejected straightway. Besides, test
      reports received after the opening of the techno-commercial Un-
      price bid will not be considered.
 6.   Test report should clearly indicate the results against all the          Complied /
      technical parameters given in the specification and categorically           Not
      mention whether the sample conforms to the tender
      specifications. Any deviation from the specification will not be          complied
      acceptable and the bid will be rejected without any further
      clarifications. No cognizance will be given to the sample test
      reports which are incomplete and do not conform to tender
      specification.
 7.   Bidder must submit a quality assurance certificate from the              Complied /
      manufacturer in original (even if the bidder is the authorized              Not
      dealer) indicating that the material being offered / supplied is of
      the same standard and quality as the one for which the laboratory         complied
      test report has been attached. Tender number should be
      mentioned in the certificate.
 8.   Bidder shall submit a copy of Material Safety Data Sheet of the          Complied /
      quoted chemical along with the bid or shall confirm to submit the           Not
      same at the time of sampling/bonding of the material in case the
      order is placed on them.                                                  complied
 9.   The material should be supplied in the original packing of the            Agreed /
      manufacturer with markings conforming to the tender                      not agreed
      specifications.
10.   Sampling / Bonding of the material shall be carried out a                 Agreed /
      manufacturer‟s premises as per Special Condition of Contract.            Not agreed
11.   The bidder must submit a Certificate in original from actual             Complied /
      manufacturer of the tendered item that their capacity is adequate           Not
      to cover the quantity offered to ONGC against the tender in
      addition to its other commitment.                                         complied
12.   ONGC reserves the right to inspect/test the material at destination       Agreed /
      on receipt of the material and test result of such test will be final.   Not agreed
      Destination testing will be resorted only when there is any failure
      in the performance of material/ field complication due to the
      material as observed by the user in the actual usage of the
      material in the field. Offers/bidders taking exception to this
      method of “Destination Testing” will not be considered.
13.   Bidder should confirm their acceptance to the terms and                   Agreed /
      conditions of Annexure – VI of bid document (Procedure for               Not agreed
      sampling/bonding and debonding & acceptance of bulk supplies).
      Bidder taking exception to this clause will not be considered.
B.2   Commercial rejection criteria:
      The following vital commercial conditions should be strictly
      complied with failing which the bid will be rejected.
 1.   Bidder should preferably be a Manufacturer. In case the bidder is        Complied/
      not a manufacturer, its bid can also be considered provided such           Not
      bid is accompanied with back-up authority letter from the
      concerned manufacturer, who authorizes them to market their              complied.
      product provided further, such an authority letter is valid at the
      time of bidding and should remain valid during the entire
      execution period of the order. Required warranty cover of the
      manufacturer (as per the warranty clause 9 of Annexure-II of the
      booklet No: ONGC/MM/02) for the product will be provided by
      such a bidder and an undertaking to this effect shall be provided
      by the bidder in the techno-commercial bid. Offers without back-
      up authority letter from manufacturers will not be considered.
 2.   Proof of the sale/issue of bid document :
      The forwarding letter / Invitation To Bid, in original, for the issue   Complied/N
      of the Bid document, duly signed by tender issuing officer, will        ot complied.
      be sent by the bidder along with the offer.
 3.   The bidder must submit an undertaking along with their techno-          Complied/N
      commercial bid that all conditions at Annexure-II contained in          ot complied.
      the booklet No ONGC/MM/02/ (copy of Booklet enclosed)
      including the instructions to bidders at Annexure-I, as amended
      by the subsequent amendments as brought out in the Special
      Conditions of the bid document are acceptable to them
      unconditionally.
 4.   Bid should be submitted in Two Bid system in two separate
      envelopes. The Techno Commercial bid shall contain all details
      but with the price column of the price bid format blanked out.
      However a tick mark (√ ) shall be provided against each item of
      the price bid format to indicate that there is a quote against this
      item in the Priced bid. The Priced bid shall contain only the
      prices duly filled in as per the price bid format.

      Offers with techno commercial bid containing prices shall be
      rejected outright.
 5.   Offers of following kinds will also be rejected:                        Noted and
                                                                               Agreed
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed
(a)   Offers made without Bid Bond /Bank Guarantee/Earnest money              Noted and
      along with the offer (Refer clause 23 of Instructions to Bidders         Agreed
      {Annexure-I of booklet No.ONGC/MM/02}).The bidder shall
      furnish as part of his Bid, Earnest Money Deposit/Bid Security            /Not
      for the amount as indicated in the bid document as per details           agreed
      under Cl.No.23 of Annexure–I of Booklet NO. ONGC/MM/02.
(b)   Telex/ Telegraphic /Fax/ E.Mail/ Xerox/ Photo copy offers.              Noted and
                                                                               Agreed
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed
(c)   Offers which do not confirm unconditional validity of the bid for       Noted and
      90 days from the date of opening of bid.                                 Agreed
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed
(d)   Offers where prices are not firm and /or with any qualifications.       Noted and
                                                                               Agreed
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed

(e)   Offers which do not conform to ONGC‟s price bid format.                 Noted and
                                                                               Agreed
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed

(f)   Offers which do not conform to the delivery / completion period
      indicated in the bid document.
(g)   Offers without “Integrity Pact” placed at Annexure-VII, duly            Noted and
      signed by the same signatory who signed the bid, i.e., who is duly       agreed
      authorized to sign the bid.
                                                                                /Not
                                                                               agreed.
 C    Price Evaluation Criteria:
 1.   Evaluation will be made item wise quantity on FOR Destination            Complied
      basis. The bidders are at liberty to quote for one item or all items.      /not
      However, the bidder must quote for the full quantity of the
      item(s). Otherwise, their offer will be rejected.                        complied
 2.   Purchase preference to Small Scale Sectors:                             Complied/n
                                                                              ot complied
(a)   ONGC reserves the right to allow to Small Scale Sectors                 Noted and
      registered with NSIC Purchase preference facility as admissible           agreed
      as per existing Government policy.
                                                                                 /Not
                                                                                agreed.
(b)   The bidders are requested to check the latest position on the            Complied/
      subject on their own and ONGC does not accept any liability                 Not
      whatsoever, on this account.
                                                                               complied.
D.    General:
1.    Discount: Bidders are advised not to indicate any separate              Complied/N
      discount. Discount, if any should be merged with the quoted             ot complied.
      prices. Discount of any type indicated separately will not be
      taken into account for evaluation purpose. However in the event
      such offer without considering discount is found to be lowest,
      Corporation shall avail of such discount at the time of award of
      contract.
 2.   The bidder/contractor is prohibited to offer any service / benefit      Complied/N
      of any manner to any employee of ONGC and that the contractor           ot complied.
      may suffer summary termination of contract / disqualification in
      case of violation.
3.   Sampling/Bonding and debonding will be carried out as per the      Noted and
     terms and conditions of bid document.                             Agreed
                                                                       /Not
                                                                       agreed
4.   Integrity Pact. The bidder has to return the Integrity Pact       Noted and
     duly signed on all pages of Integrity Pact by the same            Agreed
     signatory who signs the bid failing which the bid shall lead      /Not
     to outright rejection                                             agreed
5.   The BEC over-rides all other similar clauses operating anywhere    Noted and
     in the Bid Documents.                                               Agreed
                                                                          /Not
                                                                         agreed
                                                                                                                   ANNEXURE-G
                               Amendment to Booklet No.ONGC/MM/02.
1.       Amendment No. BL/02/01

Statement showing existing vis-à-vis revised provisions of Booklet No. ONGC/MM/02.

Clause No.        Existing Provisions                              Revised provisions                     Remarks
8.13 page 6       No provision exist                               The complete Bid including the         New provisions
                                                                   prices must be written by the
                                                                   Bidders in indelible ink. Bid
                                                                   and/or prices written in pencil will
                                                                   be rejected.
10.1(b)(iii)      That, in the case ……….. and/or Technical         Deleted                                Existing provisions deleated.
page 7            Specifications; and
11.2.3     page   The terms ex-works, CIF, CIP etc. shall be       The terms ex-works, F.O.R.             Underlined portion is revised
9                 governed by the current edition of               destination etc. shall be governed     provision.
                  INCOTERMS published by the International         by the current edition of
                  Chamber of Commerce Paris.                       INCOTERMS published by the
                                                                   International Chamber of
                                                                   Commerce Paris.
Clause 2 of       We ………….., the amount of Indian Rupees/          We ………….., the amount of               Underlined portion of existing
Appendix 4        US Dollars(in figures)------------ Indian        Indian Rupees (in figures)----------   provisions deleted.
page 29           Rupees/US Dollars (in words) ________ only ---   -- Indian Rupees (in words)
                  ------- by the Bidder.                           ________ only ---------- by the
                                                                   Bidder
Clause 6 of       Notwithstanding anything contained in ………..      Notwithstanding anything               Underlined portion of existing
Appendix 4        is limited to Indian Rupees/US$( in figures)     contained in ……….. is limited to       provisions deleted
page 29           __________ (Indian Rupees/US Dollars(in          Indian Rupees( in figures)
                  words ) _____________ only                       __________ (Indian Rupees(in
                  ………………bank guarantee).                           words ) _____________ only
                                                                   ………………bank guarantee).
Heading of        PAYMENT OF EXCISE DUTY AND SALES                 PAYMENT OF EXCISE DUTY                 Underlined protion is added
clause 27 page    TAX(ON ULTIMATE PRODUCTS) (FOR                   AND SALES TAX(ON                       in the heading.
63                INDIAN BIDDERS)                                  ULTIMATE PRODUCTS) AND
                                                                   CUSTOMS DUTY(FOR INDIAN
                                                                   BIDDERS)
Clause 2 of       We ……… undertake to pay immediately on           We ……… undertake to pay                Underlined portion of existing
Appendix –1       first demand in writing and/all money to the     immediately on first demand in         provisions deleted
page 67           extent of Indian Rupees/US$ (in figures )        writing and/all money to the extent
                  _________ (Indian Rupees/US Dollars) (in         of Indian Rupees (in figures )
                  words) _______ )… against the bank               _________ (Indian Rupees) (in
                                                                   words) _______ )… against the
                                                                   bank
Clause 9 of       Notwithstanding anything ………….. is limited       Notwithstanding anything               Underlined portion of existing
Appendix-1        to Indian Rs./US $(in figures) ________(Indian   ………….. is limited to Indian            provisions deleted
page 69           Rupees/ US Dollars (in words) ……. that claim.    Rs.(in figures) ________(Indian
                                                                   Rupees (in words) ……. that
                                                                   claim
2.   Amendment No. BL/02/02


Revised provisions of arbitration clause in indigenous as well as global (ICB) purchases (Amendments in the provisions of Standard
Booklets no. ONGC/MM/01 and ONGC/MM/02 ) .

Arbitration(Applicable in case of domestic purchases up to Rs.1.00 Crore).

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, at any time, in connection with construction, meaning, operation, effect,
interpretation or out of the contract or breach thereof, the same shall be referred to arbitration of a Sole Arbitrator appointed by the
Director of ONGC.

It is also agreed that there will be no objection for appointment of an employee of ONGC as a Sole arbitrator who also holds shares of
ONGC.

Appointment of arbitrator shall be made within 30 days of the receipt of the arbitration notice.

If the Arbitrator so appointed dies, resigns, incapacitated or withdraws for any reason from the proceedings, it shall be lawful for the
Director of ONGC 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.

It is a term of the contract that the party invoking arbitration shall specify all disputes to be referred to arbitration at the time of
invocation of arbitration and not thereafter.

It is also a term of the contract that neither party to the contract shall be entitled for any interest on the amount of the award.

The arbitrator shall give reasoned award and the same shall be final, conclusive and binding on the parties.

The venue of the arbitration shall be place from where the purchase order/ contract has been placed/made.

The fees of the arbitrator, costs and other expenses incidental to the arbitration proceedings shall be borne equally by the parties.

Subject to as aforesaid ,the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation act, 1996 and any statutory modifications or re-enactment in
lieu thereof shall apply to the arbitration proceedings under this clause.

Arbitration(applicable in case of domestic purchases exceeding Rs.1.00 Crore and all foreign contracts)

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, at any time, in connection with construction, meaning, operation, effect,
interpretation or out of the contract or breach thereof, the same shall be decided by an Arbitral Tribunal consisting of three Arbitrators.
Each party shall appoint one arbitrator and the arbitrators so appointed shall appoint the third Arbitrator who will act as Presiding
Arbitrator.

In case a party fails to appoint an arbitrator within 30 days from the receipt of the request to do so by the other party or the two
Arbitrators so appointed fail to agree on the appointment of third Arbitrator within 30 days from the date of their appointment, upon
request of a party, the Chief justice of India or any person or institution designated by him(( in case of International Commercial
Arbitration ) shall appoint the arbitrators/ presiding Arbitrator. In case of domestic contracts, the Chief justice of the High Court or
any person or institution designated by him within whose jurisdiction the subject purchase order/contract has been placed/made, shall
appoint the arbitrator/ Presiding arbitrator upon request of one of the parties.

If any of the Arbitrators so appointed dies, resigns, 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.
It is a term of the contract that the party involving arbitration shall specify all disputes to be referred to arbitration at the time of
invocation of arbitration and not thereafter.

It is also a form of the contract that neither party to the contract shall be entitled for any interest on the amount of the award.

The Arbitral Tribunal shall give reasoned award and the same shall be final , conclusive and binding on the parties.

The venue of the arbitration shall be the place form where the purchase order/ contract has been placed/made.

The fees of the arbitrators shall be borne by the parties nominating them and the fee of the Presiding Arbitrator, costs and other
expenses incidental to the arbitration proceedings shall be borne equally by the parties.

Subject to as aforesaid the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation act, 1996 and any statutory modifications or re-enactment in
lieu thereof shall apply to the arbitration proceedings under this clause.


Revised provisions of arbitration clause in indigenous as well as global (ICB) purchases (Amendments in the provisions of
Standard Booklets no. ONGC/MM/02 )

Arbitration(applicable in case of supply orders/ 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 in-charge 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.

3. Amendment No. BL/02/03
 Price preference to domestic bidders in Global Tenders for supply of goods.
STATEMENT SHOWING EXISTING VIS-AVIS REVISED PROVISIONS OF „INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS‟IN BOOKLETS
NO : ONGC/MM/O1/ & ONGC/MM/O2.
Existing        Existing Provisions                 Revised Para        Revised Provisions                   Remarks
Para.
Para 38.2 of    PURCHASE PREFERENCE                 Para 38.0 of        PRICE PREFERENCE FOR                 Underlined provisions
ONGC/MM/ FOR PRODUCTS OF PUBLIC                     ONGC/MM/01          PRODUCTS OF SMALL SCALE              modified.
01&             ENTERPRISES/ SMALL                  & 35 of             UNITS.
35 of           SCALE UNITS.                        ONGC/MM/02
ONGC/MM/
02
Para 38.3 of    ONGC also reserves its right to     Para 38.1 of        ONGC also reserves its right to      No change except para
ONGC/MM/ allow to the Indian Small Scale            ONGC/MM/01          allow to the Indian Small Scale      number provisions shown
01              Sector price preference facility as & 35 .1of           Sector price preference facility as  for continuty.
& 35.1 of       admissible under the existing       ONGC/MM/02          admissible under the existing policy
ONGC/MM/ policy
02

Para 38.4 of    ONGC(also) reserves its right to                              Deleted                                  This policy was valid till
ONGC/MM/        allow to the central public sector                                                                     31.3.2000 and not been
01              enterprises, purchase preference                                                                       extended.
&               facilities as admissible under the
35.2 in         existing policy
ONGC/MM/
02
4.         Amendment No. BL/02/04

Amendment in ONGC Booklet No. ONGC/MM/02 are as follows:

Para No.           Existing Provisions                Para No.        Revised Provisions                       Remarks
13.3               No Provision exists                13.3            If transaction is taking locally and     New Provision
                                                                      payment is not envisaged through
                                                                      bank, the payment against clear
                                                                      (undisputed) bill/invoices submitted
                                                                      by the vendor will be made by
                                                                      ONGC within 15 (fifteen working
                                                                      days from the date of submission of
                                                                      bill/invoice completed in all
                                                                      respects.


5.         Amendment No. BL/02/05

The following para is added in clause no. 12.2 in the ONGC Booklet No. BL/02 in relating to Payment terms:

Para No.           Existing Provisions                Para No.        Revised Provisions                       Remarks
12.0               TERMS OF PAYMENT                   12.0            TERMS OF PAYMENT
12.1               100% payment subject to prior                      100% payment subject to prior            Sub para numbered No
                   satisfactory inspection and                        satisfactory inspection and proof of     change in provisions.
                   proof of despatch provided                         despatch provided conditions laid
                   conditions laid down vide                          down vide subparas (a) and (c)
                   subparas (a) and (c) below are                     below are fulfilled:
                   fulfilled:                                         (a) For orders other than
                   (a) For orders other than                               Development orders under
                        Development orders                                 import substitution programme
                        under import substitution                          and orders exceeding Rs. 1.00
                        programme and orders                               lakh, security
                        exceeding Rs. 1.00 lakh,                           deposit/performance bond @
                        security                                           7.5% of the value of order in all
                        deposit/performance bond                           cases with the exception of
                        @ 7.5% of the value of                             contracts for Turnkey
                        order in all cases with the                        construction and platforms etc.
                        exception of contracts for                         for which security
                        Turnkey construction and                           deposit/performance bond
                        platforms etc. for which                           @10% of the value of the order
                        security                                           has been furnished.
                        deposit/performance bond                      (b) The goods have been insured
                        @10% of the value of the                           by supplier for losses, damages,
                        order has been furnished.                          breakages and shortage during
                   (b) The goods have been                                 transit at Supplier‟s cost and
                        insured by supplier for                            insurance cover in the name of
                        losses, damages,                                   ONGC sent along with
                        breakages and shortage                             documents.
                        during transit at                             (c) Documents are negotiated
                        Supplier‟s cost and                                through State Bank of India.
                        insurance cover in the                        If transaction is taking locally and
                        name of ONGC sent                             payment is not envisaged through
                        along with documents.                         Bank, the payment against clear
                   (c) Documents are negotiated                       (undisputed) bills/invoices
                        through State Bank of                         submitted by the vendor will made
                     India.                                    by ONGC within 15(fifteen)
                If transaction is taking locally               working days from the date of
                and payment is not envisaged                   submission of bills/invoices
                through Bank, the payment                      complete in all respects
                against clear (undisputed)
                bills/invoices submitted by the
                vendor will made by ONGC
                within 15(fifteen) working
                days from the date of
                submission of bills/invoices
                complete in all respects
                No provision exist                 12.2        The bidders desirous of availing        New provision
                                                               Electronic Fund Transfer facility(in
                                                               case he is awarded the
                                                               order/contract) need to have an
                                                               account in any one of the specified
                                                               branches of the State Bank Of
                                                               India(SBI) as mentioned in
                                                               Appendix 13 of Instructions to
                                                               bidders of this bid documents(in the
                                                               phase –I, Electronic Fund Transfer
                                                               through the following six branches,
                                                               already in the list of SBI “Steps
                                                               system” as mentioned below is
                                                               being introduced: (I) SBI,
                                                               Parliament Street, New Delhi. (ii)
                                                               SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun, (iii)
                                                               SBI Backbay Reclamation, Mumbai
                                                               (iv) SBI Mahul Road, Chembur,
                                                               Mumbai (v) SBI Commercial
                                                               Branch, Mumbai and (vi) SBI,
                                                               Egmore Branch, Chenni). The
                                                               vendor/contractors without opening
                                                               account in the specified branches
                                                               can also avail the facility by way of
                                                               bankers‟ cheque from specified
                                                               branches linked to “STEPS
                                                               SYSTE,”
                                                               The supplier/vendor have to bear
                                                               fund transfer as well as banker‟s
                                                               cheque charges. ONGC will not
                                                               take any responsibility for delay in
                                                               transmission of funds by SBI due to
                                                               whatsoever reasons.
                                                               The bidder, in the bid, must indicate
                                                               the correct particulars viz. their
                                                               Account number etc. to enable the
                                                               SBI to put through the correct
                                                               transcation.

6.     Amendment No. BL/02/06

Refer “Appendix-3” of standard ONGC booklet no. ONGC/MM/02 stand amended as per following :
Para No    Existing Provision                       Para No     Revised Provision
Appendix Area                   Forwarding          Appen dix   Area           Forwarding Agents/Nominee
–3 at      (a) UK including     Agents/Nominee      –3 at page  (a) UK         M/s. Kuehne & Nagel (AG&CO) KG ,
page no     Northern Ireland     M/s.                   no 92          including       Pinkertweg 20 ,22113, HAMBURG GERMANY
92          (also Eire), the     Schenker &                            Northern        PIC Mr. Michel Cansier
            North Continent      Company. GmbH,                        Ireland         Tele: 04940-73337373, Fax 004940-733379373
            of Europe            2000 Hamburg-11,                      (also Eire),    E_mail
            (Germany,            P.O.B.NO 110320                       the North       Michael.cansier@kuehnenagel. Com
            Holland, Belgium,    (Cable :                              Continent of
            France, Norway,      SCHENLERCO,                           Europe          Mrs. Nina Heidelauf
            Sweden, Finland      Hamburg)                              (Germany,       Tel 04940-73337396
            and Denmark) and     Telex                                 Holland,        Fax 04940-
            ports on the         217004-375                            Belgium,        733379396
            Continental Sea-     SHD 212675                            France,         E mail
            board of the         Tel                                   Norway,         Nin.heidelauf@ kuehne-nagel.com
            Mediterranean(i.e.   040-3613510                           Sweden,
            French and                                                 Finland and
            Western Italian                                            Denmark)
            Ports.) and also                                           and ports on
            Adriatic ports.                                            the
                                                                       Continental
                                                                       Sea-board of
                                                                       the
                                                                       Mediterrane
                                                                       an(i.e.
                                                                       French and
                                                                       Western
                                                                       Italian
                                                                       Ports.) and
                                                                       also Adriatic
                                                                       ports.

7.        Amendment No. BL/02/07

Statement showing Existing vis-à-vis revised provisions in General terms & conditions of Booklet no ONGC/MM/02
Clause     Existing Provision                           Clause No      Revised Provision                             Remarks.
no
2.3 at     SCOPE OF ORDER                               2.3            SCOPE OF ORDER
page 48 The SUPPLIER shall follow the best                             The EQUIPMENT shall be manufactured in
           modem practice in the manufacture of                        accordance with sound engineering and
           high grade EQUIPMENT                                        good industry standards and also the
           nowwithstanding any omission in that the                    SUPPLIER shall in all respect design,
           SUPPLIER shall in all respect design,                       engineer, manufacture and supply the same
           engineer, manufacture and supply the                        within delivery period to the entire
           same within delivery period to the entire                   satisfaction of ONGC
           satisfaction of ONGC
11 at      REJECTION                                    11             REJECTION
page 54 If ONGC finds that the goods supplied                          If ONGC finds that the goods supplied are
           are not in accordance with the                              not in accordance with the specification and
           specification and other conditions stated                   other conditions stated in the order of its
           in the order of its sample(s) are received                  sample(s) are received in damaged
           in damaged condition (of which matters                      condition (of which matters ONGC will be
           ONGC will be the sole judge),ONGC                           the sole judge),ONGC shall be entitled to
           shall be entitled to reject the whole of the                reject the whole of the goods or the part, as
           goods or the part, as the case may be, and                  the case may be, and intimate WITHIN 30
           intimate to the SUPPLIER the rejection                      days from the date of receipt at site/store
           without prejudice to ONGC other rights                      house as per terms of Contract to the
           and remedies to recover from the                            SUPPLIER the rejection without prejudice
           SUPPLIER any loss which the ONGC                            to ONGC other rights and remedies to
                may be put to, also reserving the right to               recover from the SUPPLIER any loss which
                forfeit the performance security/                        the ONGC may be put to, also reserving the
                performance Bond if any, made for the                    right to forfeit the performance security/
                due fulfillment of the contract. The goods               performance Bond if any, made for the due
                shall be removed by the SUPPLIER and                     fulfillment of the contract. The goods shall
                if not removed by the SUPPLIER and if                    be removed by the SUPPLIER and if not
                not removed within 14 days of the date of                removed by the SUPPLIER and if not
                communication of the rejection ONGC                      removed within 14 days of the date of
                will be entitled to dispose-of the same on               communication of the rejection ONGC will
                account and at the risk of the SUPPLIER                  be entitled to dispose-of the same on
                after recovering the storage charges at the              account and at the risk of the SUPPLIER
                rate of % % of the value of goods of each                after recovering the storage charges at the
                month or part of a month and the loss and                rate of % % of the value of goods of each
                expenses if any caused to ONGC, pay                      month or part of a month and the loss and
                balance to the SUPPLIER.                                 expenses if any caused to ONGC, pay
                                                                         balance to the SUPPLIER.
26.1.1 at       No provision existed                           26.1.1    PACKING AND MARKING                              New provision.
page 63                                                                  In case of hazardous chemicals/materials
                                                                         the bidder will provide material safety data
                                                                         sheets along with quotation and also while
                                                                         dispatching the materials. The bidder will
                                                                         also provide special hazard identification
                                                                         symbols/marking on each packing of
                                                                         hazardous chemicals.


8.          Amendment No. BL/02/08

The following para is added in ONGC Booklet ONGC/MM02.

“Representation From the Bidder”

The biddr(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 _______________ ______________________ (name, designation and address of the CPA in the
tender to be mentioned by the concerned work centre.)

9.          Amendment No. BL/02/09

The clauses no. 32.1 appearing in Booklet No. ONGC /MM/02 are modified as under:

     Para No.           Existing Provisions                Para No.     Revised Provisions                             Remarks
     32.1               Unsolicited Post tender            32.1         Unsolicited Post tender modifications:-        Underlined provisions
                        modifications:-                                 In case certain clarifications are sought by   modified
                        In case certain clarifications                  ONGC after opening of bids, then the
                        are sought by ONGC after                        reply of the bidder should be restricted to
                        opening of bids, then the                       the clarifications sought and should be
                        reply of the bidder should be                   addressed to the authority who has sought
                        restricted to the clarifications                the clarification. . Any bidder who
                        sought. Any bidder who                          modifies his bid (including all
                        modifies his bid (including                     modifications which has the effect of
                        all modifications which has                     altering his offer ) after the closing date,
                        the effect of altering his offer                without any specific reference by ONGC
                        ) after the closing date,                       shall render his bid liable to be ignored
                        without any specific                            and rejected without notice and without
                        reference by ONGC shall                         reference to the bidder.
                        render his bid liable to be
                    ignored and rejected without
                    notice and without reference
                    to the bidder.

10.      Amendment No. BL/02/10


The following para is added in clause no. 37 in the Booklet No. ONGC/MM/02 in relating to General Terms and conditions.

“ The total liability of the supplier arising out of sale or use of sale or use of the equipment/material/goods supplied by them, if the
same is found defective, shall be limited to the contract value”

11.      Amendment No. BL/02/11

Statement Showing Existing vis-à-vis revised provisions in Instructions to Bidders of Booklet No. ONGC/MM/01 and ONGC/MM/02

   Clause No.             Existing Provision            Clause No.                    Revised Provision                          Remark
9.0 at page 6       9.0 Clarification in respect      9.0                   9.0 Policy regarding seeking
                    of incomplete offers                                    clarifications in tenders after
9.1                                                                              the opening of bids
                                                      9.1
                    ONGC has to finalise its
                    purchase within a limited                             ONGC has to finalise its purchase within
                    time schedule. Therefore, it                          a limited time schedule. Therefore, it may
                    may not be feasible in all                            not be feasible for ONGC to seek
                    cases for ONGC to seek                                clarifications in respect of incomplete
9.2                                                                       offers.
                    clarifications in respect of
                                                      9.2
                    incomplete offers.

                    Prospective      bidders   are                         In          order           to        avoid
                    advised to ensure that their                          clarification/confirmation after opening of
                    bids are complete in all                              bids, a system of holding pre-bid
                    respects and conform to                               conference has been introduced so that
                    ONGC‟s terms, conditions                              objections/points of the bidders, if any,
                    and bid evaluation criteria of                        are taken into account and a mutually
                    the     tender.     Bids   not                        acceptable level of understanding is
                    complying with ONGC‟s                                 reached between ONGC and the
                    requirement may be rejected                           participating bidders with regard to
                    without        seeking    any                         various tender provisions before the bids
                    clarification.                                        are submitted.         Hence, prospective
                                                                          bidders are advised to carefully examine
                                                                          the various tender provisions before
                                                                          attending the pre-bid conference and that
                                                                          doubts, if any, to the tender
                                                                          conditions/tender specifications should be
                                                                          raised during the pre-bid conference.
                                                                          ONGC would try to ensure that the
                                                                          doubts raised by the prospective bidders
                                                                          are clarified to their satisfaction. 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. However,
                                                                          after tender closing/tender opening, no
     Clause No.        Existing Provision              Clause No.                  Revised Provision                       Remark
                                                                      clarification would be sought by ONGC.
                                                                      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 falling
                                                                      which their bids would be straightaway
                                                                      rejected      without      seeking     any
                                                                      clarifications on any exception/deviation
                                                                      taken by the bidder in their bid.

Annexure – B
                               Statement showing existing vis-à-vis revised provisions of MM Manual

   Para No.           Existing Provisions                       Para No.                              Revised Provisions
22.4              Technical Clarifications from      22.4                                DELETED
                  bidders:
22.4.1            The following guidelines will      22.4.1                              DELETED
                  be adopted for         seeking
                  technical clarifications after
                  tender opening:-                   22.4.1.2                            DELETED

                  The following guidelines will
                  be adopted for seeking
                  clarifications for short-listing
                  of bids:
                  (i) No clarifications will be
                  sought from bidders in a
                  tender, if three (3) acceptable
                  offers are there.
                  (ii)When less than 3 offers
                  are there, clarifications can
                  be     sought,    based      on
                  recommendations of tender
                  committee, duly approved by
                  the    competent      purchase
                  authority.       Clarifications
                  will not be called on more
                  than one occasion from any
                  party. Clarifications can be
                  sought on telex/fax without
                  affecting the quoted prices.

                     The provisions of para 60
                  of this Manual refer to single
                  bid system in this regard.
60                CLARIFICATION FROM                 60                              Seeking clarifications after the opening of bids
                  BIDDERS                AFTER
                  TENDER OPENING
60.1                                                 60.1                            No clarification should be sought by any work center
                  As a principal, clarifications
                  from bidders after opening                                         after submission / opening of bids in respect of either
                  of tenders are to be avoided
                  in single      bid    system.                                      BEC or non-BEC tender conditions. The Provisions
                  However,                where
   Para No.        Existing Provisions                  Para No.                    Revised Provisions
              clarifications     from      the                     under Para(5) of the MM Manual allowing Director
              bidders on important techno-
              commercial       aspects     are                     I/c-MM and Director In-charge for authorizing
              absolutely necessary for
              finalisation of tender, the                          deviation from the prescribed Policy will not be
              Tender Committee            may
              recommend for approval of                            applicable in respect of seeking clarifications after
              authority empowered           to
              short-list the bidders for                           submission of bids. In case implied clarifications /
              such clarifications and allow
              the bidders specific period                          confirmations exist in the bid on the issues involved,
              to reply. Where the purchase
              does not come         under the                      work center may consider processing of the bid
              purview        of        Tender
              Committee,        clarifications                     further on the basis of such implied confirmations. In
              from bidders will be asked
              with prior approval           of                     case none of the bids qualified straightaway and
              Competent              Purchase
              Authority. It will be ensured                        retendering is required to be resorted to, then the
              that as far as possible,
              clarification from bidders is                        tender would be reinvited but after obtaining the
              sought once.
                                                                   approval of CPA. The cases where retendering is

                                                                   required to be resorted to due to none of the bids

                                                                   emerging technically acceptable in the tender, then

                                                                   the officer(s) responsible for framing of

                                                                   specifications and other conditions due to which the

                                                                   bids got technically rejected would be held

                                                                   responsible. The concerned Asset Manager/ Basin

                                                                   Manager/ Plant Manager/ Service Chief/ Head of

                                                                   Institutes shall hold an enquiry and submit a report

                                                                   to the concerned Director along with their

                                                                   recommendations for taking action against the

                                                                   officers held responsible.

                                                                                         DELETED
60.2          After       techno-commercial      60.2
              clarification if clear two
              offers are available, these
              should be processed for
              finalization of tender instead
              of         again      seeking
              clarifications from bidders.
              No cognizance will be taken
     Para No.           Existing Provisions                    Para No.                        Revised Provisions
                   on       the      clarifications
                   received     after    specified
                   date.         Any technical
                   clarification required by the
                   User Department should be
                   routed through concerned
                   Materials Management.
                                                                                                  DELETED
60.3               For    seeking clarifications      60.3
                   from bidders in 'Two Bid'
                   System, provisions laid down
                   vide Para 22       will be
                   followed
86                 RELAXATION                 IN      86                            RELAXATION     IN       CONDITIONS         OF
                   CONDITIONS                OF                                     TENDERS
                   TENDERS
                                                                                                  DELETED
86.2               If tender called for API           86.2
                   certification then         this
                   requirement should not be
                   waived at the evaluation
                   stage.      In     respect of
                   important      terms       and
                   conditions     the      Tender
                   Committee      may however
                   recommend relaxation as a
                   special case, depending upon
                   merit of each case. In cases
                   where tenders         are not
                   considered by the Tender
                   Committee, the competent
                   purchase authority may use
                   its discretion in the best
                   interest of ONGC so long as
                   nothing substantial is done
                   which may justify a claim
                   that had the condition been
                   different at the tender
                   inviting stage, others would
                   also have put in their bids.


12.       Amendment No. BL/02/12

          Submission of Income Tax Clearance Certificate along with bid

 Clause No.           Existing Provisions                    Clause       Revised Provisions      Remarks
                                                             No.
 10.(e)               Bids submitted by domestic bidders     10(e)        Deleted                 Clause containing other
                      shall be accompanied by the most                                            provisions will be accordingly
                      recent Income tax Clearance                                                 renumbered
                      Certificate
13.     Amendment No. BL/02/13

Placement of development orders to develop new sources.

 Para No.                   Existing               Para No.          Revised Provisions                                                  Rema
                            Provisions                                                                                                   rks
 48 in General terms &      No Provision           48 in General     “Domestic Bidders who participate in the tender but have not
 conditions                                        terms &           supplied similar material to either ONGC or OIL in the past
                                                   conditions        would only be considered for placement of development order
                                                                     after satisfactory inspection of their plant and facilities and
                                                                     provided no development order is pending with such parties.
                                                                     Development order will be placed for up to 20% of the
                                                                     tendered quantity but Quantity shall be in addition to the
                                                                     tendered quantity and shall be subsequently reduced from
                                                                     future requirement. Rates at which development order is placed
                                                                     shall be the L-1 rate received in the tender the tender or the
                                                                     rate quoted by the Bidder in the tender which is being
                                                                     considered for development order, whichever is lower. As this
                                                                     bidder would not be considered in the regular tender, their
                                                                     price bid would be opened only after finalization of the tender.
                                                                     After satisfactory execution of development order, the
                                                                     bidder(s) will be considered as developed/proven sources and
                                                                     their offer will be considered against future tenders. The
                                                                     bidders may note that since development of a product is based
                                                                     on their own assessment of requirement, successful
                                                                     development and or supply to ONGC thereof no way
                                                                     guarantees the bidder any assured order(s) from ONGC.”

14.     Amendment No. BL/02/14

 Para       Existing Provisions                               Para    Revised Provisions                                                Remar
 No.                                                          No.                                                                       ks
 8.10        The power of attorney or authorisation, or       8.10    The power of attorney or authorisation, or any other              Underl
            any other document consisting of adequate                 document consisting of adequate proof of the ability of the       ined
            proof of the ability of the signatory to bind             signatory to bind the bidder, shall be annexed to the bid.        provisi
            the bidder, shall be annexed to the bid.                  ONGC may reject outright any bid not supported by                 ons
            ONGC may reject outright any bid not                      adequate proof of the signatory‟s authority. In the case of       modifi
            supported by adequate proof of the                        consortium, the Indian leader can submit the bid on behalf of     ed
            signatory‟s authority. In the case of                     consortium alongwith Memorandum of
            consortium, the Indian leader can submit                  Understanding(MOU) giving the details of MOU
            the bid on behalf of consortium alongwith                 Or
            Memorandum of Understanding(MOU)                          The other members can participate in techno-commercial
            giving the details of MOU                                 discussions and sign the minutes of such discussions. In the
            Or                                                        event of said having to be performed by a person/.firm who
            The other members can participate in                      is not a member of the said consortium, the bidder shall also
            techno-commercial discussions and sign                    specifically indicate the details of name address of such
            the minutes of such discussions. In the                   person/firm and shall be accompanied by the valid proof of
            event of said having to be performed by a                 authority drawn in favour of consortium to bind such
            person/.firm who is not a member of the                   person/firm .”
            said consortium, the bidder shall also
            specifically indicate the details of name
            address of such person/firm and shall be
            accompanied by the valid proof of
            authority drawn in favour of consortium to
            bind such person/firm .”
15.     Amendment No. BL/02/15
        The following clause may be incorporated as clause no 14.7 & 13.7 in Booklet No BL01 & Booklet No BL\02 respectively
        and in all tenders for procurement of goods, turnkey projects and services etc. wherever Deemed export Benefit scheme is
        applicable:-

        “No Sales tax will be paid on Excise Duty component of the sale price where Excise Duty is to be refunded to the
        supplier/Manufacturer under Deemed export Benefit Scheme.”

        NOTE:- These provisions are incorporated pursuant to the judgment by Honourable Supreme Court in Commissioner of
        Sales Tax, UP Vs. Indian Aluminum Cables Ltd., (1999)8 Supreme court Cases 586.


16.     Amendment No. BL/02/16

The following provisions may be incorporated in tenders for Turnkey/services contract also:

        “The Performance Guarantee will be returned with in 60 days of completion of Contract in all respect/delivery period as per
        contract/supply order”

17.     Amendment No. BL/02/17


Statement showing existing vis-à-vis modified provisions of Standard Booklet No. BL/01 &
BL/02

 Clause No.               Existing Provision                               Clause No.                Modified Provision
 Appendix 6               Exception / Deviation Proforma                   Appendix 6                The entire Appendix-6 stands
  (Exception/                                                               (Exception/              deleted.
 Deviation Proforma)                                                       Deviation Proforma)
 at Page 47 of BL/01                                                       at Page 47 of BL/01
 And                                                                       and
 Appendix 6                                                                Appendix 6
 (Exception/                                                               (Exception/ Deviation
 Deviation Proforma)                                                       Proforma) at Page 39
 at Page 39 of BL/02                                                       of BL/02
 Clause 28.4.2 of         Price Bids, which remain unopened with           Clause    28.4.2    of    Price Bids, which remain,
 BL/01                    ONGC, will be destroyed/ shredded after          BL/01                     unopened with ONGC, will be
 And                      six (6) months of the finalization of the        And                       returned to the concerned
 Clause 26.4.2 of         tender.                                          Clause    26.4.2    of    bidders within a period of 5
 BL/02                                                                     BL/02                     working days of receipt of
                                                                                                     Performance Guarantee Bond(s)
                                                                                                     from the successful bidder(s).
 Clause 33.2       and    Clarifications of Bids                                                     The clauses stand deleted.
 33.2.1 of BL/01
 Clause 31.2       and
 31.2.1 of BL/02
 Clause 34.0       and    Unsolicited Post Tender Modifications.                                     The clauses stand deleted.
 34.1 of BL/01
 Clause 32.0       and
 32.1 of BL/02
   18.       Amendment No. BL/02/18

                     Statement showing existing vis a vis modified provisions of Booklet No. ONGC/BL/01 and BL/02
  Para No.                            Existing Provisions                                  Para No              Modified Provisions
  41 of       Arbitration : (Applicable to indigenous contracts 41 of BL/01 & 32 of                        Arbitration : (Applicable
  BL/01 &     exceeding Rs. 1.00 Crore and all foreign contracts)                   BL/02                  to indigenous contracts
  32 of                                                                                                    exceeding Rs. 1.00 Crore
  BL/02       It is also a term of the contract that neither party to the                                  and all foreign contracts)
              contract shall be entitled for any interest on the amount of the
              award.                                                                                       It is also a term of the
                                                                                                           CONTRACT that neither
              (BL/01/05, BL/02/02 & BL/03/03)                                                              party to the CONTRACT
                                                                                                           shall be entitled for any
                                                                                                           ante-lite (pre-reference) or
                                                                                                           pendente-lite interest on
                                                                                                           the amount of the award.
                                                                                                           (BL/01/05, BL/02/02 &
                                                                                                           BL/03/03) stands amended
              Arbitration (Applicable in case of domestic purchases                                        Arbitration (Applicable in
              upto Rs 1.00 crore)                                                                          case       of      domestic
                                                                                                           purchases upto Rs 1.00
              It is also a term of the contract that neither party to the                                  crore)
              contract shall be entitled for any interest on the amount of the
              award.                                                                                       It is also a term of the
                                                                                                           CONTRACT that neither
                                                                                                           party to the CONTRACT
                                                                                                           shall be entitled for any
                                                                                                           ante-lite (pre-reference) or
                                                                                                           pendente-lite interest on
                                                                                                           the amount of the award.
                                                                                                           (BL/01/05, BL/02/02 &
                                                                                                           BL/03/03)



   19.       Amendment No. BL/02/19



      Clause No.                            Existing Provisions                             Clause No.                Revised Provisions

Clause No. 47 in BL/01   The total liability of the supplier arising out of sale or   Clause No. 47 in BL/01   The total liability of the

and Clause No. 37 in     use of the equipment / material / goods supplied by          and Clause No. 37 in     supplier arising out of sale or
BL/02                    them, if the same is found defective, shall be limited   BL/02                   use of the equipment / material

                         to the contract value.                                                           / goods supplied by them, if the

                                                                                                          same is found defective, shall

                                                                                                          be limited to the contract value

                                                                                                          of such defective unit(s) and

                                                                                                          associated tools. In no event

                                                                                                          shall either party be liable to

                                                                                                          the other for any indirect or

                                                                                                          consequential damages

                                                                                                          whatsoever arising.




         20. Amendment No. BL/02/20

         Modification of provisions in ONGC Booklet No. ONGC/MM/01 & ONGC/MM/02 regarding Offers for Full/ Part quantity .

             The provisions regarding offers for whole as well as reduced quantity in Booklets ONGC/MM/01 & ONGC/MM/02

        may be amended as given hereunder:




    Booklet No.      Clause No.       Existing Provisions                                  Revised Provisions

    ONGC/           11.2.10        Offer for whole as Offer for whole as well as reduced quantity.
                                   well    as reduced
    MM/01                          quantity.

                                   Bidders are at liberty to     Bidders must quote for the full quantity of goods for each of the
                                   quote separate rates for      tendered item or category or group, in case the Bid Evaluation
                                   the whole quantity as         Criteria stipulated by ONGC provides for evaluation of bids
                                   well      as     reduced      separately for such item or category or group of items.
                                   quantity.
                                                                 Bidders can however quote for part quantity of the tendered item
                                                                 /category /group, if the Bid Evaluation Criteria specifically provides
                                                                 for doing so. In such event, the bidders can send EMD/ Bid security
                                                                 according to the quantity offered, (not exceeding the EMD/ Bid bond/
                                                                 Bid security specified for entire tender).The amount of EMD/ Bid
                                                                 bond for part quantity must be as indicated in Bid Evaluation Criteria.
 Booklet No.    Clause No.      Existing Provisions                                Revised Provisions

 ONGC/         11.2.5         Same as above              Same as above

 MM/02




    20.      Amendment No. BL/02/20

             E-Procurement

             NOT APPLICABLE TO THIS TENDER..

    21       Amendment No. BL/02/21

          “Unsolicited Communication” in tenders.

        Kind reference is invited to our circular no. BL Amendment ONGC/MM/01/15, 02/8 & 03/7 dated 31.01.2003
regarding „representation made by bidders in tenders‟.

        “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.

         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.”
                                   INTEGRITY PACT
                                          between
       Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC) hereinafter referred to as
       “The Principal”,
                                             and
       ……………………………………………….. hereinafter referred to as “The Bidder/
Contractor”
                                         Preamble
      The Principal intends to award, under laid down organizational procedures, contract/s for
      SUPPLY OF PLOY ALUMINIUM CHLORIDE. The Principal values full compliance with all
      relevant laws and regulations, and the principles of economic use of resources, and of fairness
      and transparency in its relations with its Bidder/s and Contractor/s.

      In order to achieve these goals, the Principal cooperates with the renowned international Non-
      Governmental Organization “Transparency International” (TI). Following TI‟s national and
      international experience, the Principal will appoint an external independent Monitor who will
      monitor the tender process and the execution of the contract for compliance with the principles
      mentioned above.
                                Section 1 – Commitments of the Principal
(1)   The Principal commits itself to take all measures necessary to prevent corruption and to observe the
      following principles:-

      1. No employee of the Principal, personally or through family members, will in connection with the
         tender for, or the execution of a contract, demand, take a promise for or accept, for him/herself or
         third person, any material or immaterial benefit which he/she is not legally entitled to.

      2. The Principal will, during the tender process treat all Bidders with equity and reason. The Principal
         will in particular, before and during the tender process, provide to all Bidders the same information
         and will not provide to any Bidder confidential / additional information through which the Bidder
         could obtain an advantage in relation to the tender process or the contract execution.

      3. The Principal will exclude from the process all known prejudiced persons.

(2)   If the Principal obtains information on the conduct of any of its employees which is a criminal offence
      under the relevant Anti-Corruption Laws of India, or if there be a substantive suspicion in this regard,
      the Principal will inform its Vigilance Office and in addition can initiate disciplinary actions.



                             Section 2 – Commitments of the Bidder/ contractor
(1)   The Bidder / Contractor commits itself to take all measures necessary to prevent corruption. He commits
      himself to observe the following principles during his participation in the tender process and during the
      contract execution.

      1.     The Bidder / Contractor will not, directly or through any other person or firm, offer, promise or
             give to any of the Principal‟s employees involved in the tender process or the execution of the
             contract or to any third person any material or immaterial benefit which he/she is not legally
             entitled to, in order to obtain in exchange any advantage of any kind whatsoever during the
             tender process or during the execution of the contract.

      2.     The Bidder / Contractor will not enter with other Bidders into any undisclosed agreement or
             understanding, whether formal or informal. This applies in particular to prices, specifications,
             certifications, subsidiary contracts, submission or non-submission of bids or any other actions to
             restrict competitiveness or to introduce cartelisation in the bidding process.

      3.     The Bidder / Contractor will not commit any offence under the relevant Anti-corruption Laws of
             India ; further the Bidder / Contractor will not use improperly, for purposes of competition or
             personal gain, or pass on to others, any information or document provided by the Principal as
             part of the business relationship, regarding plans, technical proposals and business details,
             including information contained or transmitted electronically.
       4.     The Bidder / Contractor will, when presenting his bid, disclose any and all payments he has
              made, is committed to or intends to make to agents, brokers or any other intermediaries in
              connection with the award of the contract.

(2)    The Bidder / Contractor will not instigate third persons to commit offences outlined above or be an
       accessory to such offences.


       Section 3- Disqualification from tender process and exclusion from future contracts

If the Bidder, before contract award has committed a transgression through a violation of Section 2 or in any
other form such as to put his reliability or credibility as Bidder into question, the Principal is entitled to
disqualify the Bidder from the tender process or to terminate the contract, if already signed, for such reason.

(1)    If the Bidder / Contractor has committed a transgression through a violation of Section 2 such as to put
       his reliability or credibility into question, the Principal is entitled also to exclude the Bidder / Contractor
       from future contract award processes. The imposition and duration of the exclusion will be determined
       by the severity of the transgression. The severity will be determined by the circumstances of the case, in
       particular the number of transgressions, the position of the transgressors within the company hierarchy
       of the Bidder and the amount of the damage. The exclusion will be imposed for a minimum of 6 months
       and maximum of 3 years.

(2)    The Bidder accepts and undertakes to respect and uphold the Principal‟s absolute right to resort to and
       impose such exclusion and further accepts and undertakes not to challenge or question such exclusion on
       any ground, including the lack of any hearing before the decision to resort to such exclusion is taken.
       This undertaking is given freely and after obtaining independent legal advice.

(3)    If the Bidder / Contractor can prove that he has restored / recouped the damage caused by him and has
       installed a suitable corruption prevention system, the Principal may revoke the exclusion prematurely.

(4)    A transgression is considered to have occurred if in light of available evidence no reasonable doubt is
       possible.

                                    Section 4 – Compensation for Damages

(1)    If the Principal has disqualified the Bidder from the tender process prior to the award according to
       Section 3, the Principal is entitled to demand and recover from the Bidder liquidated damages
       equivalent to 3 % of the value of the offer or the amount equivalent to Earnest Money Deposit / Bid
       Security , whichever is higher.

(2)    If the Principal has terminated the contract according to Section 3, or if the Principal is entitled to
       terminate the contract according to Section 3, the Principal shall be entitled to demand and recover from
       the Contractor liquidated damages equivalent to 5 % of the contract value or the amount equivalent to
       Security Deposit / Performance Bank Guarantee, whichever is higher.
(3)      The bidder agrees and undertakes to pay the said amounts without protest or demur subject only to
         condition that if the Bidder / Contractor can prove and establish that the exclusion of the Bidder from the
         tender process or the termination of the contract after the contract award has caused no damage or less
         damage than the amount of the liquidated damages, the Bidder / Contractor shall compensate the
         Principal only to the extent of the damage in the amount proved.

                                        Section 5 – Previous transgression

(1)      The Bidder declares that no previous transgressions occurred in the last 3 years with any other Company
         in any country conforming to the TI approach or with any other Public Sector Enterprise in India that
         could justify his exclusion from the tender process.

(2)      If the Bidder makes incorrect statement on this subject, he can be disqualified from the tender process or
         the contract, if already awarded, can be terminated for such reason.

                   Section 6 – Equal treatment of all Bidders / Contractors / Subcontractors

(1)      The Bidder / Contractor undertakes to demand from all subcontractors a commitment in conformity with
         this Integrity Pact, and to submit it to the Principal before contract signing.

(2)      The Principal will enter into agreements with identical conditions as this one with all Bidders,
         Contractors and Subcontractors.

(3)      The Principal will disqualify from the tender process all bidders who do not sign this Pact or violate its
         provisions.


            Section 7 – Criminal charges against violating Bidders / Contractors / Subcontractors

If the Principal obtains knowledge of conduct of a Bidder, Contractor or Subcontractor, or of an employee or a
representative or an associate of a Bidder, Contractor or Subcontractor which constitutes corruption, or if the
Principal has substantive suspicion in this regard, the Principal will inform the Vigilance Office.

      Section 8 – External Independent Monitor / Monitors (three in number depending on the size of the
                                                   contract)
                              (to be decided by the Chairperson of the Principal)

(1)      The Principal appoints competent and credible external independent Monitor for this Pact. The task of
         the Monitor is to review independently and objectively, whether and to what extent the parties comply
         with the obligations under this agreement.

(2)      The Monitor is not subject to instructions by the representatives of the parties and performs his functions
         neutrally and independently. He reports to the Chairperson of the Board of the Principal.
(3)    The Contractor accepts that the Monitor has the right to access without restriction to all Project
       documentation of the Principal including that provided by the Contractor. The Contractor will also grant
       the Monitor, upon his request and demonstration of a valid interest, unrestricted and unconditional
       access to his project documentation. The same is applicable to Subcontractors. The Monitor is under
       contractual obligation to treat the information and documents of the Bidder / Contractor / Subcontractor
       with confidentiality.



(4)    The Principal will provide to the Monitor sufficient information about all meetings among the parties
       related to the Project provided such meetings could have an impact on the contractual relations between
       the Principal and the Contractor. The parties offer to the Monitor the option to participate in such
       meetings.

(5)    As soon as the Monitor notices, or believes to notice, a violation of this agreement, he will so inform the
       Management of the Principal and request the Management to discontinue or heal the violation, or to take
       other relevant action. The monitor can in this regard submit non-binding recommendations. Beyond this,
       the Monitor has no right to demand from the parties that they act in a specific manner, refrain from
       action or tolerate action.

(6)    The Monitor will submit a written report to the Chairperson of the Board of the Principal within 8 to 10
       weeks from the date of reference or intimation to him by the „Principal‟ and, should the occasion arise,
       submit proposals for correcting problematic situations.

(7)    Monitor shall be entitled to compensation on the same terms as being extended to / provided to Outside
       Expert Committee members / Chairman as prevailing with Principal.

(8)    If the Monitor has reported to the Chairperson of the Board a substantiated suspicion of an offence under
       relevant Anti-Corruption Laws of India, and the Chairperson has not, within reasonable time, taken
       visible action to proceed against such offence or reported it to the Vigilance Office, the Monitor may
       also transmit this information directly to the Central Vigilance Commissioner, Government of India.

(9)    The word „Monitor‟ would include both singular and plural.

                                          Section 9 – Pact Duration

This Pact begins when both parties have legally signed it. It expires for the Contractor 12 months after the last
payment under the respective contract, and for all other Bidders 6 months after the contract has been awarded.

If any claim is made / lodged during this time, the same shall be binding and continue to be valid despite the
lapse of this pact as specified above, unless it is discharged / determined by Chairperson of the Principal.

                                        Section 10 – Other provisions

(1)    This agreement is subject to Indian Law. Place of performance and jurisdiction is the Registered Office
       of the Principal, i.e. New Delhi.
(2)      Changes and supplements as well as termination notices need to be made in writing. Side agreements
         have not been made.

(3)      If the Contractor is a partnership or a consortium, this agreement must be signed by all partners or
         consortium members.

(4)      Should one or several provisions of this agreement turn out to be invalid, the remainder of this
         agreement remains valid. In this case, the parties will strive to come to an agreement to their original
         intentions.



---------------------------------                    --------------------------------
  For the Principal                                  For the Bidder / Contractor




Place --------------                                 Witness 1 : ---------------------------.


Date --------------                                  Witness 2 : -------------------------
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