C-Port (Port Fourchon)
In 1996, ECO had a vision to create a truly workable solution to minimise port turnaround time. The result is C-Port, a revolutionary multi-service terminal concept located at Port Fourchon. Today, nine facilities serve as the focal point of Chouest’s Port Fourchon Operations, including 24 specialized slips working around the clock to transfer cargo and provide support to deep water offshore vessels.
B-Port is a massive logistics support base and naval repair shipyard at the Port of Acu, located in Sao Joao da Barra in northern Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil. Upon final completion, B -Port will feature nine 25.2 meter wide slips. Located near the growing Campos Basin, the facility comprises 574,200 square meters of total area, including 567 linear meters of straight docks and a 13,700 MT floating drydock. Inside and out, B-Port can fully support 15 vessels simultaneously.
G-Port Incorporated is a joint venture between Guyana-based John Fernandes Ltd and Edison Chouest Offshore. Located at the mouth of the Demerara River, G-Port is Guyana's newest oil and gas facility complete with secure 24-hour operations, a 140m wharf, warehouse space, and a mud and cement facility (currently under construction).
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