Bristow U.S. LLC today announced that it has secured a multi-year contract to provide helicopter offshore crew change and search and rescue (SAR) services to support ExxonMobil in Guyana. The five-year deal, which is a renewal of an existing contract, commenced on January 1, 2018.
“We are honored to continue to serve ExxonMobil in this region and appreciate their continued confidence in Bristow,” said Kade Monlezun, senior manager, business development. “This contract is the result of our team’s proven dedication to delivering exceptional aviation solutions.”
Based out of the Eugene F. Correia International Airport, located near the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, Bristow will operate three existing Leonardo AW139 helicopters.
“The contract is strategically important for Bristow as the company continues to pursue additional growth opportunities in the region,” said Monlezun. “Our greatest strength is our ability to be flexible and offer tailored cost effective solutions. We are more competitive and more responsive than ever before and our clients are rewarding us for it.”
About Bristow Group Inc.
Bristow Group Inc. is the leading global industrial aviation services provider offering helicopter transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and aircraft support services to government and civil organizations worldwide. Bristow has major operations in the North Sea, Nigeria, the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, and in most of the other major offshore oil and gas producing regions of the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia and Trinidad. Bristow provides SAR services to the private sector worldwide and to the public sector for all of the UK on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
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