New Information Regarding Transportation Of Geothermal Drill Rig

This announcement supersedes that made on April 4, 2019.

The St. Vincent Geothermal Company Limited (SVGCL) announces the expected arrival of the drill rig named Odinn along with other drilling components on April 11, 2019.

Odinn and all drilling components will be transported from Port Kingstown to the project site at Bamboo Range via the Windward Highway.

Odinn itself is part of and mounted on a trailer truck that is 60 ft long and weighing 60 tonnes.

Drilling components will be transported in an escorted convoy of 8 to 9 trucks at the following times.

Thursday 11th: Friday 12th: Saturday 13th: Sunday 14th: Monday 15th: Tuesday 16th: Wednesday 17th: Thursday 18th: Friday 19th:

Saturday 20th: Sunday 21st: Monday 22nd:

Thursday 11th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 1:00 PM

Friday 12th: No trucking

Saturday 13th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 1:00 PM

Sunday 14th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM

Monday 15th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM

Tuesday 16th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM

Wednesday 17th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM

Thursday 18th: No trucking

Friday 19th: Odinn leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM

                     Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 1:00 PM

Saturday 20th: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 1:00 PM

Sunday 21st: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM
Monday 22nd: Convoy leaves Port Kingstown at 5.00 AM and 1:00 PM

SVGCL is committed to keeping all stakeholders informed about the progress of the project. Safety of personnel, pedestrians, motorists and all other users of the road is of utmost importance.

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