ExxonMobil Guyana plans to put in place an agreement for the dewatering of an offshore pipeline and the drying and nitrogen packing of an onshore/offshore pipeline system near Georgetown and offshore Guyana.
As such, the company is on the hunt for suitable firms to execute the services, a public Request For Information (RFI) noted.
The services relate to Guyana’s flagship Gas-to-Energy project.
The combined natural gas power plant and natural gas liquids (NGL) plant facility are expected to be constructed by US-based partnership CH4/Lindsayca.
An international firm will be competitively selected to operate the project.
ExxonMobil is expected to deliver the completed pipeline to the power plant by the fourth quarter of 2024, to achieve commissioning and testing of the power plant by the end of 2024.
The Project is expected to deliver electricity to Guyanese consumers at less than half the current costs.