Serving the Guyana Oil & Gas Industry
Jaguar Oilfield Services Guyana, Inc. was formed in 2017 by three companies who recognized that their experience in providing quality industrial products, with strong after sales service in country, was exactly what the emerging oilfield needed.
This new Guyanese company builds on a foundation of serving local industries with a combined experience of almost 100 years. Many of the products and services now offered by Jaguar come directly from other Guyanese industries to oil and gas, for example slinging and rigging. Others come from quality international suppliers who also offer products used by the oilfield, for example instrumentation, not yet imported into Guyana.
Jaguar provides its products and services from a shop and warehouse facility in Georgetown, near the offshore supply base serving Exxon and its offshore operations.
Jaguar parent company histories of providing exceptional products and services to customers’ industries is a strong foundation as Guyana develops its own oilfield service industry. A quality, local supplier network and strong ties to the community are additional Jaguar strengths.
Jim Stephen, General Manager
Following a four-year apprenticeship as a mechanical engineer, Jim began his career in 1978 with a leading UK company specializing in all aspects of industrial cranes. For the next eleven years, he gained experience in crane erection, modification, maintenance, and inspection.
During this period, he also worked as an inspection engineer, with responsibilities for all types of lifting equipment on customer sites, including offshore oil industry installations. He became a supervisor of these activities, with primary scope the oil and gas industry.
Since 1997 Jim has worked as a general manager in the lifting equipment inspection industry, including in Asia, Africa, and Middle East.