Exxon awards huge contract in Guyana

The US supermajor selects Technip FMC for another job in the Caribbean, this time handing the subsupplier a contract worth USD 500m-1bn.

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Several prospects in one of the world's latest oil countries, Guyana, requires a lot of public aid as well as weighty contracts with subsuppliers – a fact well illustrated by ExxonMobil's most recent agreement.

The oil company has awarded a contract concerning subsea hardware for the Yellowtail project to Technip FMC, a company Exxon has worked with several times in the South American country.

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