Country: Trinidad & Tobago

The Trinidad & Tobago Upstream Operators Group (TTUOG) was recently formed to facilitate
collaboration among Upstream companies with a focus on strengthening the overall competitiveness in
the energy sector and addressing challenges which are common across the companies. The Aviation
Work Stream was formed by the TTUOG to look specifically at helicopter operations. Through this forum
BHP, BP Trinidad & Tobago, EOG Resources, Perenco, and Shell, have identified potential safety and
efficiency benefits in having a common Personnel Logistics and Personnel on Board (POB) management
system for the Trinidad & Tobago region.

In this regard, the Energy Chamber on behalf of the TTUOG is inviting eligible firms to indicate their
interest in providing a Personnel Logistics and Personnel on Board (POB) management service for the
Trinidad and Tobago region which is available to any of the TTUOG companies. At minimum, the service
should have the following capabilities:

  • Maintain basic data on all individuals (name, contacts, ID etc.)
  • Maintain medical, training and any other appropriate certification status of individuals
  • Track movement of personnel across platforms, rigs, vessels and identified onshore location
  • Provide reports on personnel who are on helicopter flights and at any specific location at a particular point in time
  • Assignment of Emergency Response roles to individuals on location
  • Assignment of accommodation to individuals on location
  • Provide an appropriate level of personnel data security

To be eligible the firm must have a proven system and supporting services which is in use by multiple oil
and gas companies to manage helicopter flight and person on board tracking.
This Request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) is the first stage of a two-stage process for selecting the
provider of a regional Personnel Logistics and Personnel on Board (POB) management service for
Trinidad and Tobago. In the second stage, short-listed providers will be further invited to submit proposals
to provide the service and will be given details on the tender process at that time.
Interested firms must provide the following information to establish they are qualified to provide the
service and to be eligible for short-listing:

  • Description of company, which may include financial information
  • Relevant experience and technical capacity
  • Suitability of solution to the needs of the TTUOG members
  • Staff experience and availability
  • Contact details
  • List of similar services provided to existing customers

Interested firms may request additional information from:

Natalie Reece-Sarkar by email or on +1 868 636-3749 ext. 27 during Trinidad & Tobago
Office hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Expressions of interest must be delivered via direct mail or e-mail by 4:00 p.m. on 26th January, 2018 to:

Address: The Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago, Suite B2.03 Atlantic Plaza, Atlantic Avenue, Point Lisas, Trinidad & Tobago
Attn: Natalie Reece-Sarkar