The vendor selection process at Murphy is a collaborative effort with input from operational divisions and supply chain management based on a variety of considerations:
- Technical capabilities
- Past performance
- Geographic location
- Safety record
- Financial stability
- Environmental record
Vendors are qualified as part of our bid processes at the time services are planned and required. As a practice, Murphy does not engage vendors in setting up Master Service Agreements (MSAs) until there is an intent to award work.
Ariba New Vendor Onboarding
Murphy Oil Corporation utilizes the Ariba Network as our invoice portal of choice. Suppliers providing services and materials to Murphy are required to transact with Murphy through the Ariba Network.
By transacting on the Ariba Network, suppliers will have the ability to track the stages of service sheets and invoices during the approval process, receive status updates through the system and/or e-mail notifications. In addition, submitting through the Ariba Network will decrease the overall invoice processing time.
If you have invoices to submit and have not been enabled in Ariba, please visit https://murphyoilcorp.freshdesk.com/support/home and submit a ticket.
Account Payable Process/Contact
ISNetworld HSE Requirements
For North American-based contractors, Murphy Oil Corporation has established a business relationship with ISNetworld. ISNetworld serves as the company’s primary contractor to provide HSE and contract management services.
As a result, contractors and their subcontractors are required to become ISNetworld subscribers in order to perform work for company. You can get more information about the sign-up process for ISNetworld by visiting the following link: https://www.isnetworld.com/en/contractors-suppliers.
Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) Annual Reports
The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) was enacted on December 16, 2014, and brought into force on June 1, 2015. The Act delivers on Canada’s international commitments to contribute to global efforts to increase transparency and deter corruption in the extractive sector by requiring extractive entities active in Canada to publicly disclose, on an annual basis, specific payments made to all governments in Canada and abroad. The oversight of compliance with the Act is the responsibility of Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). The first required reporting year was 2016.