Guyana has received bids from Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, the United States, and China for the pre-qualification for its US$900 million gas-to-energy project.
Twelve bids from local, regional and international firms were submitted.
A government statement said the rationale for the combination of the power plant and the Natural Gas Liquids facilities is guided by findings by Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited, the local subsidiary of US oil giant, ExxonMobil, that there will be substantial savings from combining the two facilities.
Edited by Jesus Chan
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