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Driller with most rigs offshore Guyana looking for caterers

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Noble Drilling (Guyana) is on the hunt for suitable applicants to submit technical information for the provision of offshore catering, housekeeping, laundry, janitorial and pest control services.

In a Request For Information (RFI), Noble said the scope of supply includes but is not limited to qualified personnel; personnel training; onshore and offshore management; supply of all provisions to complete the work; Health and Safety Executive (HSE) management and sub-contracted pest control services.

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All interested vendors are expected to also submit their Certificate of Incorporation; Value Added Tax (VAT) Registration Certificate; Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) Registration Certificate; Health and Safety Policy Statement and Company Profile.

Interested vendors must also submit a detailed work history of providing similar services at remote sites and proof of registration with the Local Content Secretariat.

Noble said that a detailed work history of an international partner may be supplied for new companies with little to no work history.

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Vendors have until July 13, 2022, to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) to [email protected].

The Noble Bob Douglas, Tom Madden, Don Taylor and Sam Croft currently form part of the ExxonMobil fleet conducting exploration, appraisal and development drilling operations offshore. This represents four of the six drill ships operating offshore Guyana on contract with ExxonMobil.

It was announced in February that Noble Corporation and Exxon had entered a unique commercial enabling agreement for drilling services in the Guyana-Suriname Basin. The agreement defines contract terms for the continuation of drilling services using certain drilling units in Noble’s fleet.

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