The Government of Guyana announced that more than 20 companies have submitted bids to compete for a contract to market the country’s share of oil production.
Among the bidders are Exxon Mobil.
The 12-month contract, which allows the country to export its portion of crude produced offshore by a consortium led by Exxon, had in previous years been awarded to Shell.
Guyana’s National Procurement and Tender Administration Board is expected to shortlist bidders soon.
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