ExxonMobil initiates search for telecom cabling services in Guyana 

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ExxonMobil Guyana Limited (EMGL) has revealed plans to acquire telecom structured cabling system supply and installation services in Georgetown. The objective is to fortify its infrastructure in both existing and forthcoming facilities. EMGL has issued a Request for Information (RFI), outlining the various services it seeks from potential suppliers.

The RFI encompasses a broad scope of services, starting with site surveys and data interpretation. Suppliers are expected to conduct these surveys and effectively interpret the data to facilitate the installation of structural cabling. 

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EMGL requires suppliers to develop a detailed basis of design adhering to specific standards before proceeding with the design stage. Furthermore, the RFI mandates the planning, procurement, installation, and certification of Panduit CAT 6A Ethernet cabling (with potential standard changes) and Corning fiber optic cabling (SM/MM) along with associated peripherals.

Additionally, EMGL emphasizes the importance of maintaining strong vendor relationships with key companies like Panduit, Corning, Leviton, and others involved in structural cabling. 

The services requested extend beyond wired connections. EMGL also seeks expertise in the installation of Cisco Wireless Access Points in ceilings, including any necessary structural backing. 

ExxonMobil is the operator of Guyana’s Stabroek Block. The company currently has three developments – the latest being Payara – in operation with a fourth and fifth on the way. 

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