EnQuest's focus is on developing and maintaining supplier relationships based on respect and collaboration. We aim to build long-term relationships with suppliers who exceed our expectations in delivering the best quality at competitive pricing, maintain the highest level of HSE leadership and are committed to our corporate code of business conduct.
We work with suppliers to deliver Safe Results. Our supplier performance program is an integral part of EnQuest’s supplier management process and includes a combination of Monthly operation reviews, Quarterly Performance Reviews, Annual Self-Assessment Audits and regular Contract Compliance Audits. The performance reviews have clear emphasise on HSE and compliance to human rights (including human trafficking and modern slavery) in addition to performance delivery.
In the UK:
If you are already registered with First Point Assessment Limited (FPAL), you do not need to separately register with EnQuest. If you are not registered with FPAL, please contact your local EnQuest Supply Chain.
In some cases, and at our discretion, we carry out an additional pre-qualification exercise before we add new supplier to our approved supplier list. We do this to satisfy EnQuest of your quality and service standards as well as your compliance to our HSE and human rights (including human trafficking and modern slavery) policies and procedures.
All suppliers shall be required to have a valid PETRONAS license. Details on obtaining a PETRONAS license are available here: License registration
In some cases, we may be able to assist suppliers that do not have a PETRONAS license by applying a temporary Special License, subject to certain conditions. Please contact your local Supply Chain.
EnQuest has high expectations of its suppliers, requiring they:
- Pursue the highest standard of HSE performance;
- Maintain the highest standards of business ethics;
- Commit and deliver quality products and services;
- Comply with EnQuest Supply Chain process and procedures; and
- Discuss and sign a contract and acknowledge/accept the purchase order before supplying products or delivering services.