Ramps Logistics secures full integrated cross-border logistics with UK giant, Tullow
(Press Statement from Ramps Logistics)- UK based Tullow Oil will drill their first exploration well, Jethro-1, in Guyana during the second quarter of2019, followed by a second well named Joe.
Tullow operates the Orinduik Block with partners Total and Eco Atlantic.
In January 2019, Ramps Logistics secured the fully integrated cross-border logistics contract inclusive of shore base provision and management, marine agency, personnel logistics, freight forwarding and customs brokerage. Further to this is a host of 3rd party services such as waste disposal, tank cleaning and CCU provision.
Since 2015, Ramps has provided the full complement of cross-border logistics services to ExxonMobil, in support of their exploration and development drilling in Guyana. Ramps has also managed similar cross-border projects for Tullow Oil and Kosmos Energy in Suriname during 2017 and 2018.
Founded in 1985, Ramps has offices in Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname, Miami and Houston with total staff count exceeding 500 persons operating in the region and the US.
Tullow Oil has over 85 E&P licences across 17 countries, divided into three Business Delivery Teams: West Africa, East Africa and New Ventures. Tullow’s most famous interest is as an operator of the Jubilee Field in Ghana, a massive deep-water oil field discovered in 2007. The 600 Mbbl field was one of the largest finds of the decade in West Africa.