Lundin Norway recognizes the enormous contributions that our contractors and suppliers provide and the roles they play in ensuring our projects and operations are carried out to the highest quality in accordance with the HSE expectations, timely completion and within budget parameters.
Lundin Norway is devoted to safeguarding openness, showing trust, being honest and ensuring diversity throughout our value chain, from exploration through development and production. We rely on the key competencies of the contracting market through;
- Early engagement of the contractors/vendors
- Access to the required services and materials at the lowest possible Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) without compromising the given quality and HSE standards
- Use of functional requirements and standardized products reducing unnecessary customization
How to become a supplier to Lundin Norway
Lundin Norway has, in cooperation with other Operators on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), Norsk Industri and EPIM (hosting several operator-shared software and system solutions), developed a new Joint Qualification System (JQS) for prequalification of suppliers to perform work on the NCS.
EPIM JQS has a modern and user-friendly interface and functionalities providing a good solution to connect buyers and sellers of products and services related to the NCS.
Lundin Norway has selected EPIM JQS as our system for search for pre-qualified suppliers and recommend all suppliers to register in the new solution and maintain an updated profile in the system.
From 01st January 2019 EPIM JQS will be our only system in the search for relevant suppliers for products and services related to our operations on the NCS.
Further information is available at www.epimjqs.no and provides access to register your company in the new EPIM JQS solution.
The Contractor Declaration is an essential element in Lundin’s selection of contractors, suppliers and other business partners since it establishes Contractors’ commitment to work in accordance with ethical principles adhered to by Lundin Petroleum AB and its affiliated companies.
As a responsible company, Lundin is committed to carry out its operations with the highest ethical business conduct and strives for continuous improvement to ensure safe operations while preserving the environment. Lundin Petroleum’s Code of Conduct, expressing our values and principles, as well as our policies, guidelines and management systems, ensure full integration of responsible practices in all aspects of our business.
Lundin also recognises the importance of Contractors’ performance in matters related to Corporate Responsibility. The aim of the Contractor Declaration is to ensure Contractors abide by the same ethical standards as Lundin, as well as to increase awareness of Corporate Responsibility among its contractors.
Relevant Lundin policies can be found here
Timely payment of invoices from our suppliers is important to ensure a healthy cash flow for our suppliers. It is therefore important that invoices are submitted to Lundin Norway correctly first time to avoid unnecessary delays or rejection to the payment of these invoices.
Link to Supplier Invoicing Instructions
Deliveries to Lundin Supply Base
Lundin receives a large number of packages each day at our bases so it is important these are packaged, labeled and delivered according to the PO and Lundin’s specific requirements for all deliveries.
Practical information regarding helicopter transportation
Our offshore operations are highly dependent upon the safe and timely arrival of personnel and ensuring helicopter transportation operations are run smoothly and on time. Passengers shall be aware of Lundin Norway’s requirements with regard to helicopter transportation and the following information will ensure that this is achieved.