Call for tenders' details

Title:
Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for JRC sites in Geel (Belgium) & Is...
Contracting authority:
European Commission, Joint Research Centre - Geel (JRC-GEE)
TED publication date:
10/05/2021
Time limit for receipt of tenders:
N/A
Status:
Open
Information
JRC/GEE/2021/CPN/0499
Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for JRC sites in Geel (Belgium) & Ispra (Italy)
The call for tenders concerns the provision of a nuclear third party liability cover as foreseen in the Protocol of 12 February 2004 to the Paris Convention on the liability in the nuclear energy field (the 2004 Protocol), which increased the nuclear third party liability for the nuclear operators. There are two lots: - Lot 1: Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for the JRC-Geel (Belgium) - Lot 2: Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for the JRC-Ispra (Italy)
Services
Competitive procedure with negotiation
Open
Checked
3800000.00 EUR
66000000
Milestones
10/05/2021 00:00
N/A
10/06/2021 23:59
Lots
Lot number Title Description
Lot 1
Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for the JRC-Geel
The 2004 Protocol was implemented by the Belgian parliament through the law of 29 June 2014, amending amongst others, article 23 of the Belgian law of 22 July 1985 on third party liability in the field of nuclear energy. At the moment of launching this call for tenders the changes following the law of 29 June 2014 have not yet entered into force, but will probably enter into force on 1 January 2022.International protocols can only enter into force after the conclusion of the procedures provided for by the Paris Convention. Consequently, the contract that will be signed based upon this call for tenders will only enter into force at midnight from the date of effective entry into force of the new requirements under Belgian law.
Lot 2
Nuclear Third Party Liability Insurance for the JRC-Geel
The 2004 Protocol was implemented by the Italian parliament through the law of 23 July 2020. At the moment of launching this call for tenders the changes following the law of 23 July 2020 have not yet entered into force, but will probably enter into force on 1 January 2022.International protocols can only enter into force after the conclusion of the procedures provided for by the Paris Convention. Consequently, the contract that will be signed based upon this call for tenders will only enter into force at midnight from the date of effective entry into force of the new requirements under Italian law.
Notices
Reference Notice type Publication date
2021/S 093-240159
Corrigendum
14/05/2021 00:00
2021/S 090-231915
Contract notice
10/05/2021 00:00