Halliburton Guyana seeks real estate services for expansion of operations

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In a recent Expression of Interest (EOI), Halliburton Guyana Inc., a key contractor for ExxonMobil Guyana, has announced its quest for suitable firms to provide real estate services. 

The scope of this endeavour is for the construction of new office spaces, a move intended to bolster its support for the burgeoning oil field services sector in Guyana.

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Halliburton, established in 1919, stands as one of the world’s foremost providers of products and services to the energy industry. With a global workforce of approximately 40,000 employees, representing 130 nationalities, and operating in over 70 countries, the company specialises in helping its clients maximise the value of energy resources across the entire reservoir lifecycle. This includes activities such as locating hydrocarbons, managing geological data, drilling and formation evaluation, well construction, completion, and optimising production throughout the asset’s lifespan.

Halliburton’s presence in Guyana has undergone substantial growth since its inception in 2015. Initially offering cementing solutions to ExxonMobil, the company has since diversified its services. Its current operations in the region encompass a wide range of services, and it boasts one of the largest mud plants in the hemisphere.

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