Opportunity for Guyanese to fabricate well jumpers for ExxonMobil

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Guyanese fabricators have a new opportunity to provide well fabrication and assembly services in support of ExxonMobil’s offshore operations.

A June 7 request for information (RFI) indicates that the company plans to put in place a multi-year enabling agreement for the fabrication and assembly of carbon steel and thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) well jumpers within the Georgetown area. 

The scope of the RFI is to identify engineering and construction suppliers who can provide pipe fabrication and assembly, engineering, drafting and installation procedure development services.

The RFI, published by the Centre for Local Business Development (CLBD), requires bidders to submit a preliminary local content strategy outlining how they would meet the expectations of Guyana’s Local Content Act. 

Responses are expected by June 24, 2024. 

Guyanese companies have built their capacity to provide fabrication services over the years. They have executed fabrication works in support of subsea infrastructure and the construction of floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels. Qualified companies include Industrial Fabrications Incorporated (InFab), Guyana Oil and Gas Support Services Inc. (GOGSSI), and ZECO. 


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