Peterson Awarded Repsol Contract

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Energy logistics company Peterson said it is growing its Caribbean presence after being awarded a major contract with Repsol Exploracion Guyana, S.A.

Having been selected as the main logistics contractor for the Carapa 1 exploration and drilling project offshore Guyana, Peterson will provide Repsol with integrated supply base operations management, logistics and pipe yard operations.

Peterson said it will service the project from Trinidad and Guyana.

The firm has been active in Trinidad since 2012, setting up a formal operation in 2014 to support local operators and service companies and has already supported several large projects in the region.  

Categories: Contracts Industry News Activity South America

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