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ExxonMobil prime contractor Saipem in new hunt for services in Guyana

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Italian-based Saipem, one of ExxonMobil Guyana’s prime contractors, is once again in search of services for its operations in the South American country.

Saipem America Guyana Branch is inviting companies to express interest in bidding for the provision of a range of services. These include; fabrication, sandblasting and painting, quality control/NDT services and scaffolding.

The company said it is committed to “long-term sustainability to create social and commercial benefit back to Guyana when possible, and without jeopardizing the HSSE & quality of our crew and facilities.”

In March, Saipem invited companies to express interest in bidding for manpower services and medical services provider.

The Italian-based company has been awarded a contract for the Subsea Umbilicals Risers Flowlines (SURF) package for Liza Phase 1. As per the contract, Saipem will perform engineering, procurement, construction, and installation of the risers, flow lines, and associated structures and jumpers. The company’s contract also includes transportation and installation of umbilicals, manifolds, and associated foundations for the production, and water and gas injection systems. It is expected that the execution of the works will begin in 2019.

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