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Alabama firms sign pact to team on projects in South America’s Guyana

MOBILE, Alabama – Leaders of Myer Marine Services and Hargrove Engineers + Constructors, both based in Mobile, have signed a pact with a firm in Guyana that aims to accelerate the growth of oil and gas sector in the South American nation.

The memorandum of understanding between the Alabama companies Georgetown, Guyana-based GAICO Construction was signed in August at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas.

The aim of the agreement is to facilitate a close collaboration between the companies that will spark the development of projects in the small country on South America’s North Atlantic Coast.

The strategic partnership will enable the transfer of skills and technology to bolster workforce development in Guyana’s growing oil and gas sector, according to OilNow, an online news organization that focuses on Guyana’s oil and gas industry.

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