OIL POLLUTION LEVY (OPL) IMPLEMENTATION & ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERALL FUNDING MODEL FOR THE NATIONAL MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY.

OIL POLLUTION LEVY (OPL) IMPLEMENTATION & ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERALL FUNDING MODEL FOR THE NATIONAL MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY.

Closing on: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 17:00 PNG - National Capital DistrictPNG - All provincesSouth Pacific Posted on: Tue, 06/23/2020 - 15:54

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NATIONAL MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

 

OIL POLLUTION LEVY (OPL) IMPLEMENTATION & ITS IMPACT ON THE OVERALL FUNDING MODEL FOR THE NATIONAL MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY.

 

The Authority was established by the National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) Act of 2003 by Parliament to oversee all aspects of safety at sea. NMSA, through the office of the CEO is responsible with ensuring that the Vision, Mission and Goals of the Authority are consistent with its mandate, complement the development goals and priorities of the government and meet the expectations of its stake holders.

The Authority is evolving to meet the demands of industry and expectations of stakeholders. These evolutions bring to the authority challenges with ensuring that the regulatory functions and framework which are fundamental for safety at sea and marine environment protection, are enhanced as it moves forward into the next phase of evolution.

The Authority is now calling for expression of interest from reputable consulting firms and qualified professionals to conduct an assessment and provide a report to implement the Oil Pollution Levy (OPL) and its impact on the overall funding model of the Authority. The Marine Pollution Act (2013) provides for the Authority to charge this Levy to the Shipping Industry and the Maritime Sector in Papua New Guinea.

The details of the requirements are specified on The Terms of Reference (TOR) and uploaded on the National Maritime Safety Authority official website.

The Terms of Reference (TOR) can be downloaded from the National Maritime safety Authority (NMSA) Website: www.nmsa.gov.pg; for further information and enquiries, please contact the Project Implementation Unit telephone number: 3054600 or email: ppendat@nmsa.gov.pg or PKorowa@nmsa.gov.pg

 

Submit EOI in a sealed envelope and address to:

 

The General Manager

National Maritime Safety Authority

Level 3, Defens Haus Building

P.O Box 668, Port Moresby, NCD

Port Moresby

 

Attention: CEO/General Manager

Deadline for the submission of the Proposal is on the 30th June 2020 at 5pm.

 

Authorized by:

Paul M. Unas, CEO/General Manager

Application Instructions

"See above"