Request for Proposals (RFP) Nova Scotia Offshore Energy & Technology Sector Supply Chain Assessment

Proposal Deadline: Wednesday, December 12, 2018; 4:00 pm AST

For questions related to proposal submissions, please contact Gregory Decker.


The Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines (NSDEM) has identified significant economic growth opportunities for Nova Scotia’s offshore energy and technology sectors by improving the ability of domestic energy supply chains to compete in global markets.  The OERA, in partnership with the NSDEM, Marine Renewables Canada (MRC), Maritimes Energy Association (MEA), and the Ocean Technology Council of Canada (OTCNS) will explore the province’s offshore energy and technology supply chain companies to evaluate their competitiveness in order to strategically assess and exploit broader market opportunities.

Through this RFP, the OERA will engage the services of an industry expert to deliver a supply chain assessment within the offshore energy and technology sectors.  OERA wishes to identify and critically assess the competitiveness of local energy and technology supply chain companies in the context of global markets and identify how the Province can promote competitive growth strategies in both the individual companies that make up these supply chains, as well as the supply chains themselves.  This meets the NSDEM’s mandate to support the development of the energy sector supply chain and capacity building.

How to Apply

If you would like to submit a proposal, please review the full Request for Statements of Qualification & Expressions of Interest HERE. [PDF]