Guyanese firms needed to support Gas-to-Energy project

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LNDCH4 has commenced the initial phase of its vendor and supplier identification in Guyana, with a view of developing a register of Guyanese firms to provide goods and services. 

The joint venture of Lindsayca and CH4 has a tremendous task of installing an integrated gas processing facility at Wales. The Guyana government awarded it a US$759 million contract in November 2022

Nelson Drake, LNDCH4’s Chairman, said the contractor plans to use as much local content as possible, including hiring 1,500-2,000 people Guyana.

LNDCH4 is looking for businesses specialising in various sectors, particularly in the fields of manufacturing / production, dealers / distributors, maintenance / repair, rental / lease, construction contractors, professional services, and logistics providers. 

Humberto Lopez, General Manager of LNDCH4 Guyana, said “We welcome the contribution of Guyanese to participate in this groundbreaking project. Together, we can forge a path towards a cleaner and more sustainable future – empowering people and communities.” 

Guyana Vice President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo said the government has disbursed US$100 million from the treasury as a downpayment for the project. Exxon is also rolling out plans to lay a pipeline to transport gas from the Liza field offshore Guyana, to Wales. 

The Gas-to-Energy project will utilise natural gas from the Liza field to generate electricity and natural gas liquids for commercialisation, contributing to energy security and reducing Guyana’s carbon footprint.

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