Lindsayca/CH4 (LNDCH4), a renowned United States (US) consortium awarded a contract by the Guyanese government to construct an integrated natural gas facility at Wales, West Bank Demerara, has issued an open call for Guyanese vendors and suppliers.
The company, which is responsible for the design, procurement, and construction of the plant under the US$759 million Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract it signed with the government last December, is eager to kickstart the vendor and supplier identification phase in Guyana.
As such, LNDCH4 in a press release noted that it is inviting local businesses to join their mission of transforming the energy sector. It said, with its strong commitment to environmentally conscious practices and the use of cutting-edge technology, it aims to establish a new standard for energy production in Guyana while utilizing local resources.
Further, the company highlighted that the gas-to-energy project not only aims to enhance Guyana’s energy capacity but also seeks to create employment opportunities and foster economic growth in the region. As such, it is welcoming businesses specializing in manufacturing/production, dealers/distributors, maintenance/repair, rental/lease, construction contractors, professional services, and logistics providers to participate in this exciting venture, noting that the expertise of these businesses will be instrumental in achieving LNDCH4’s transformative goals.
Mr. Humberto Lopez, the General Manager of LNDCH4 Guyana, expressed enthusiasm for the involvement of Guyanese businesses in this groundbreaking project. He stated, “We welcome the contribution of Guyanese to participate in this groundbreaking project. Together, we can forge a path towards a cleaner and more sustainable future – empowering people and communities.”
Interested parties are invited to participate in the vendor identification process by registering their interest through an online form available at [http://www.bit.ly/LNDCH4GY](http://www.bit.ly/LNDCH4GY “”) . This form it said, allows potential suppliers and service providers to provide essential information about their organization, products, or services, enabling LNDCH4 to assess their suitability for partnership opportunities.
By engaging with local vendors and suppliers, LNDCH4 emphasised that it wants to foster collaboration that will contribute to a sustainable and prosperous future within Guyana’s energy industry and the project presents a unique opportunity for businesses to be part of the country’s energy transformation while benefiting from a growing sector.