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We qualify, evaluate and monitor suppliers’ information on behalf of Oil companies
Sector: Oil & Gas
Size: 41 Buyers | 8,213 Suppliers
NJQS is an initiative designed to help provide visibility and transparency in the contracts and procurement processes within the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum industry.
NJQS database service is used by buyers who are signatories to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between NNPC and the Joint Venture (JV), Production Sharing Contract (PSC) Operators and Service Contract (SC) Operators as the key tool to identify current and potential suppliers when awarding contracts or purchase orders.
- Verified supplier data for tender opportunities.
- Administrative cost reduction.
- Categorised suppliers based on technical capacity and competencies.
- Promotes consistency & transparency through a uniform industry standard.
- Continual improvement against the latest industry best practice.
A buyer is eligible to use the NJQS database by being are a procurer of goods and/or services in the oil and gas industry sector and a signatory to the Memorandum of Understanding between NNPC and buyer organisations regarding the operations of the Nigerian Petroleum Exchange (NipeX).
- Minimise processing costs.
- Simplified process via a single system.
- Gain competitive advantage.
- Access to business opportunities.
- Improved business performance.
Join as a supplier
You must have basic statutory documents such as DPR Permit and CAC Registration.
- Visit www.nipexng.com and on the home page, select 'NJQS Application Form'under the message board and download the form.
- Fill out all requested information in the form.
- Pay the registration fee stipulated in the form, and deliver the pay-in slip, along with the completed application form (in person, by courier or post) to:
Attn: F&S Office
Nigerian Petroleum Exchange
30 Lady Oyinkan Abayomi Drive
Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
- Once your payment is confirmed, you will receive an email from us, containing your User Logon ID and Password.
- You will subsequently be able log on to start your online questionnaire process.
- Categorisation is a high-level stratification of suppliers. Nevertheless, in-depth evaluations shall be conducted for specific tenders at the technical evaluation phase.
- It focuses on the technical capabilities and competencies and not on ownership structure.
- Two main parameters: Financial strength and organisational capability were adopted in categorisation of suppliers.
- There will be a gradation in competencies.
In other words, companies will little or no capacities will start from category “D” and migrate upwards as they improve their competencies and acquire greater capabilities.
- A collaborative tool for assessing two-way performance between contractors or suppliers, and their clients (buyers).
- Performance feedback assesses up to 17 business elements, not all elements may apply to a specific business contract.
- The process provides an objective assessment of the levels of performance achieved across the range of elements and the ability to set a standard for the supplier's performance against other companies (benchmarking).
- Buyers and suppliers have equal responsibilities to initiate feedback. Feedback should be completed by those people best positioned to make judgments on the performance.
- NJQS benchmarking provides a buyer company with the opportunity to make a company a “point of reference” against other suppliers of similar goods and services, thus highlighting a company’s strengths and helping to improve weak areas of performance.
- A performance feedback benchmark, showing a company’s position in relation to other suppliers registered for a similar product code, is available and can be accessed at any time.