Pipeline installation underway for Guyana’s Gas-to-Energy project

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Pipelaying activities are ongoing near the West Bank of Guyana’s Demerara River to facilitate the Gas-to-Energy project. 

A notice from Guyana’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) noted that the DB Rewa vessel has joined operations and is scheduled to conclude activities on Nov 1, 2023. Rewa joins the Stingray shallow water pipelaying barge.

The pipe-laying area stretches from the coast to approximately 39 nautical miles (72.2 kilometres) offshore of Guyana and covers an area of 65 square nautical miles (225 square kilometres). 

Exxon hired Van Oord and Subsea 7 to lay the offshore pipeline, and SICIM and GAICO for the onshore pipeline.

The project development is expected to cost about US$1.8 billion altogether and is on schedule to be completed at the end of 2024.


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