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Tenders & Opportunities

We regularly have tender and business opportunities which will be listed here, along with the necessary supporting documentation. Please note that we do not accept prospective tenders or proposals for work.

We also use this page to provide a platform for tender documentation to be shared by our members. If you have a project you would like us to share with the supply chain, please contact Philippa Warren our Business Development and Special Projects Manager. Direct Dial 01493 412192, switchboard: 01493 412199, email philippa.warren@eeegr.com.


  • DIT Export Opportunities – browse export sales leads and tenders, sign up to email alerts for opportunities matching your criteria CLICK HERE to access.


  • Great Yarmouth Council – Small Grants available for Employability Training CoursesCLICK HERE to view details
  • Office Space Available in Central Lowestoft through Citizens Advice – Located in the heart of the town within easy reach of the local business community, the main shopping street and newer industries associated with the harbour area, these offices are ideal for short or long term leasing to a number of small start-ups or established organisations looking for a secure town centre based in an attractive building. In addition, a large conference room is available for hire. It is ideally placed for a number of different types of meetings or events. More information can be found here. To enquire about availability or to view please email admin@nescab.cabnet.org.uk.
  • Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme – Businesses can claim up to £3,000 against the cost of connection, either individually or as part of a group project. CLICK HERE for more details about how to apply.



  • Marine research and funding opportunities highlighted – The MMO’s list of marine-based evidence requirements may provide a useful starting point for those seeking to take advantage of research funding opportunities.
  • EMODNET call for high resolution seabed mapping – EASME is launching an invitation to tender with a view to concluding a service contract on bathymetric high resolution seabed mapping. The objective of the contract is to create and maintain an operational service providing free and open access to digital maps of the seabed topography and coastline of European seas at the highest resolution possible and to the survey data underlying them.



  • Opportunities with Sinopec – Join the EIC as they put the supply chain in touch with one of the world’s largest integrated companies in energy and chemicals. EIC are holding a UK Roadshow – Opportunities with Sinopec, in London on Tuesday 16 and Aberdeen on Wednesday 17 October. The agenda can be found here.
  • Schooner and Ketch Gas Fields Decommissioning – The Schooner SNS gas field is due to be decommissioned along with its sister field, Ketch starting in September 2018. The project will take approximately 4 years to complete. The fields each have a normally unmanned platform on them, and an export pipeline taking produced gas to the nearby Murdoch platform, which is operated by ConocoPhillips. The Schooner platform has 11 wells drilled from it, and the Ketch has 9 wells. Ketch is in slightly shallower water at 54 metres, but the platforms are of identical design.
  • Ethiopian Electric Power – Procurement of 2 drilling Rigs and its accessories, Rig Operation and Maintenance for Drilling Geothermal Wells and drilling Service for 8 wells after delivering and using all the procured or supplied items in Phase I. The purchaser may continue its contract for drilling service of 12 additional wells upon satisfactory performance of the contract, productivity of the drilled wells and availability of the budget.
  • CENAGAS, Mexico – The DIT team in Mexico has been approached by a Mexican Contractor who is very interested in identifying a UK pipeline operator with proven experience, with a view to potential partnering on a CENAGAS tender. More information can be found here. Please contact Chris Wall for more information (chris.wall@mobile.trade.gov.uk).
  • Unlocking the big prize in UK ‘small pools’ – Following a successful ‘Call for Ideas’, the Oil & Gas Technology Centre is backing four subsea ‘plug and play’ projects to help unlock the 3.4 billion barrels of oil and gas in marginal fields, or ‘small pools’ on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). Plug and play is a concept from the computing and space industries, where equipment is designed to be connected, operated and reused more simply and efficiently. Adopting this concept in oil and gas could significantly reduce the cost of developing small pools.


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  • Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C) – There is a requirement for diesel generator sets in Kuwait. For more information, please click here. Please direct enquiries to Huda Ashkanani at HuAshkanani@kockw.com.
  • Kuwait Environment Public Authority & CefasKuwait eMISK Opportunities – Building on the success of our previous work in Kuwait, the Kuwait Environment Public Authority (EPA) and Cefas will work jointly to develop an extensive understanding of Kuwait’s marine environment, which will improve and energise both national and regional ocean governance to protect the Gulfs’ marine ecosystems. This will help sustain regional food and water security and support sustainable economic growth and diversification.
  • Department of International Trade Abu DhabiTDU Equipment Request – We know of an opportunity to provide services to ADNOC Onshore, referred to as OBM Cuttings Treatment.  What is being sought is a Thermal Desorption Unit (TDU) that can recover the hydrocarbons in Oil Based Mud (OBM) cuttings that comes from crude oil drilling operations.  The TDU should be able to recover the hydrocarbons, as opposed to burning them, and to ensure the separated solids have less than 0.1% Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in them.  The TDUs need to process 200 tonnes per day.  Our local contact would prefer to source from the UK.
    For more information, please contact imad.arafat@fco.gov.uk
  • Department for International Trade Argentina Oil & Gas Opportunities – Argentina is the world’s 21st largest economy and the second largest in South America. Business opportunities are increasing as market conditions are liberalised. Argentina’s vast unconventional oil and gas reserves, and a new offshore licencing round, offer significant opportunities for UK business: the Argentine government and major operators are keen to welcome new UK suppliers to the market. Please click to view information from the DIT and Wood Mackenzie presentation, which will provide further details.  



  • Shell Springboard – Funding for Low Carbon SMEs – The UK needs as many innovative low-carbon businesses ideas as possible to prosper and thrive. So every year Shell run a competition to reward UK enterprises with low-carbon solutions and help take them to the next level. What’s in it for you?Shell Springboard winners receive:
    • No-strings attached’ funding of £40,000 for each of the six regional winners plus additional £110,000 for one national winner
    • the opportunity to tell your story in national and local media and generate positive publicity
    • a respected ‘quality assurance’ stamp from experts in the low-carbon sector to help open doors and attract investor interest.
    • DEADLINE 29/10/2018 1000 hours
    • Find out more here.
  • Carbon Trust – The Carbon Trust Green Business Fund – This fund supports SMEs wishing to make energy savings in their business, through: energy opportunity assessments; equipment procurement support; workshops; and capital contributions for supply and installation of energy saving equipment.
    • Size: Up to £10,000
    • Length:
    • Funding level: Up to 15%
    • Deadline: First come, first served.
    • Find out more here.
  • Orbis Energy – Supply Chain Innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE) – This is a £6million grant fund supporting small and medium sized companies in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk that are developing innovative technologies in offshore renewable energy – from patenting a product to exploring concepts that offer new ways of solving problems and driving efficiency.
    • Size: minimum grant of £2,500
    • Funding level: 40% or £50,000, whichever is the lower
    • Deadline: None. Apply Here.
  • New Anglia LEP – New Anglia LEP Growing Business Fund – The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has grants available for businesses across Norfolk and Suffolk that are looking to expand. The grants can typically cover up to 20% of the total cost of an expansion project and can be used to leverage funding from other sources such as banks and other financial organisations.
    • Size: up to £500,000
    • Funding level: 20-30%
    • Deadline: None. Apply Here.
  • Signpost 2 Grants – The Signpost 2 Grants programme can make grants of between £2,000 and £20,000 to cover up to 20% of the cost of a capital investment in a business. To qualify for the grant you must be:
    • Located within the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough area
    • Be a micro or SME that employs less than 250 people
    • Seeking to make a capital investment in your business, for example by purchasing new equipment or investing in your premises
    • Planning to grow and employ more staff in the future
    •  Size: £2000 – £20,000
    • Length: N/A
    • Funding level: 20%
    • Deadline: None. Apply Here.
  • Climate-KIC – Climate KIC UK Accelerator – Created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, with the aim of creating sustainable growth by addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation, Climate KIC offers support as well as funding to entrepreneurs. The Pathfinder ideator programme can provide grants of up to €50,000 and the Accelerator grants of up to €95,000.
  • Horizon 2020 – The European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020, covers a broad range of topics in thematically focused calls, including energy and environmental technologies and includes specific schemes aimed at SMEs. Funding levels for small businesses can occasionally be as high as 100% for small initial feasibility studies but will typically be in the form of a grant of 70% of direct costs. The dedicated SME strand can in principle fund early deployment and market replication, not just R&D, and funding can be provided to single applicants without the requirement for European collaboration. However, a European dimension to the project and its outcomes is still likely to be an important consideration.
  • ELENA – Supporting investments in energy efficiency and sustainable transport – ELENA is a joint initiative by the European Investment Bank and the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme. ELENA provides grants for technical assistance focused on the implementation of energy efficiency, distributed renewable energy and urban transport projects and programmes.
    • Size: total annual grant budget currently around EUR 20 million
    • Length: 2-4 years
    • Funding level: up to 90%
    • Deadline: First-come-first-served.
    • Find out more here.
  • Eurostars – EUREKA Eurostars – The EUREKA Eurostars Programme supports market-oriented, international collaborative research and innovation projects led by “research-performing SMEs”, by easing access to support and funding. Projects can address any civilian technological area and must have the objective to development a new product, process or service.
    • Funding level: up to 60%
    • Deadline: rolling; two assessments/year; next cut-off 1st Nov 2018.
    • Find out more here.





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