ExxonMobil Guyana seeks suppliers for offshore personnel travel vessel services

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ExxonMobil Guyana has announced plans to establish an agreement for personnel travel vessel services. In a recent public Request for Information (RFI), the company has invited qualified firms to step forward and potentially secure this vital role in their offshore operations.

The primary objective outlined in the RFI is to identify suppliers capable of providing an offshore vessel equipped with a gangway specially designed to facilitate the boarding of crude-lifting tankers.

This crucial aspect of their operations ensures the safe and efficient transfer of personnel to and from these vessels, which are instrumental in the transportation of crude oil from offshore platforms to global markets.

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ExxonMobil’s proactive approach to seeking out capable suppliers reflects the company’s commitment to safety. The need for specialised personnel travel vessel services in the offshore oil and gas sector is paramount, considering the unique challenges and safety requirements associated with these operations. 

Exxon currently has two oil developments online in Guyana’s offshore Stabroek Block. 

Based on current production levels, lifts are done every six to seven days at the Liza Phase 1 development and four to five days at the Liza Phase 2 development. 

A third development – Payara is being prepped for start-up. 


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