Prior Information Notice 2013/S 010-011407
Service contracts for standby oil spill recovery vessel(s)
The Agency intends to provide additional response capacity to that of the pollution response mechanisms of EU Member States through contractual arrangements with commercial companies/consortia. Such companies/consortia can be drawn from any relevant industry including shipowners/operators and the spill response service industry.
The contracted vessels would undertake normal commercial activities and, at request, be transformed & mobilised at short notice for at-sea oil recovery services during a (major) oil spill.
A description of the nature and the value of the services can already be found in the Prior Information Notice (PIN ref: 2013/S 010-011407) published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Further details on administrative conditions for participation and technical requirements will be included in the Contract Notice to be published in late January.
Two Information Meetings open to any interested party will be organised in February (see the details in the table below). Prior registration is not needed. Although it would be appreciated to receive an e-mail indicating the participation in the meeting.
(Norwegian Shipowners' Association)
|Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure
Conference hall (ground floor)
10 000 Zagreb
Any request for clarification can be sent to the following e-mail address NEG12013@emsa.europa.eu
Data protection clause
Any personal data submitted in the framework of the procurement procedure and/or subsequently included in the Contract shall be processed pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. It shall be processed solely for the purposes of the performance, management and follow‑up of the Procurement Procedure and/or subsequent Contract by the Data Controller without prejudice to possible transmission to the bodies charged with a monitoring or inspection task in conformity with Community law. The Data Subject shall have the right of access to his personal data and the right to rectify any such data that is inaccurate or incomplete. Should the Data Subject have any queries concerning the processing of his personal data, he shall address himself to the Data Controller. The Data Subject shall have right of recourse at any time to the European Data Protection Supervisor.