PHOTOS: CGX forging ahead with work on Berbice Deep Water Port

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Work on CGX Energy’s Berbice Deep Water Port is progressing, as the company aims to have it partially operational by the fourth quarter. It is being built on 30 acres of land adjacent to and north of Crab Island on the eastern bank of the Berbice River.

GAICO Construction has started work on a 160-foot access trestle. A wharf will then be built perpendicular to the trestle, parallel to the river’s eastern bank. The cargo terminal aspects of the Port are targeted to commence in mid-2023 and operation of the oil and gas support base in late 2023, subject to construction schedules and supply chains.

The facility intends to serve as an offshore supply base for the oil and gas industry and as a multi-purpose terminal to service agricultural import/export, containerised and specialised cargo including aggregates for construction purposes, serving Guyana and neighbouring Suriname. 

See progress on the access trestle below:


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