TechnipFMC seeks Guyanese firms for subsea project facilities

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TechnipFMC has invited Guyanese companies to submit Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for the construction of facilities it needs to support its subsea projects related to ExxonMobil’s production activities offshore Guyana.

The date for the submission of EOIs is September 13, 2020. ExxonMobil affiliate Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Ltd. awarded contracts to TechnipFMC for the engineering of the subsea systems for the Liza Phase 1 and 2 Development projects.

TechnipFMC said for its ongoing projects in Guyana, it will be providing Enhanced Vertical Deepwater Trees (EVDT), Tooling, Manifolds, Controls and Tie-in Equipment. As such, it would need to build the necessary facilities to support such activities.

“As a result of our commitment to the development of the people and utilization of the resources in the countries where we operate and to support our current and future  operations in-country, we are inviting companies to submit Expressions of Interest for the upcoming opportunities in the areas as listed,” the company said, “The supply services would be performed in Guyana to support our in-country operations.”

Interested companies are required to register with the Centre for Local Business Development (CLBD) in Guyana with proof of CLBD registration being supplied with the submission of the EOI; submit a company profile inclusive of full contact details, physical address, Tax Identification Number (TIN), VAT, details on any joint ventures, partnerships etc. that are part of the organisation’s structure; submit relevant experience providing products and services listed including clients and references.

In addition, companies must submit their in-country resources for Guyana, their key personnel, key equipment per category indicated, existing inventory and key facilities.

TechnipFMC said that due to COVID-19 and low commodity prices they had to rethink their strategy to ensure the most cost effective solution was utilized as they moved forward with the development of their services in Guyana as part of their long term commitment and development plans for the South American country and their client, ExxonMobil.

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