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Guyana to resume national mangrove restoration project in low carbon push | OilNOW  

Exciting prospects offshore but should Guyana seek more oil on land?  – News Room Guyana  

Depending on the amount of wells explored Guyana’s 14.5% take will increase at some point in the future – Stabroek News  

Guyana earned US$1.7B in exports to the US last year – News Room Guyana  

Guyana, Suriname added over 1.2 billion barrels of discovered resources so far this year | OilNOW  

New oil bounties in CARICOM warrant revised trade agreement – Economist | OilNOW  

Nothing in the world is more exciting than to work on than Guyana’s projects – Exxon Upstream President | OilNOW  

Strohm to provide TCP underwater alternative gas (WAG) jumpers for Exxon’s Guyana project – Worldakkam  

‘Good for Guyana’ – PPP/C will not abandon Amaila Falls Hydropower Project – Pres. Ali – News Room Guyana  

Gas-to-Energy Project: Billions in annual savings for Govt, citizens – Head of State – Guyana Times  

Gas to energy project will benefit all Guyanese, says President Ali | Loop Caribbean News  

With every question answered, Gas-to-Energy must now move forward – President Ali | OilNOW  

Gas project will cut Guyana’s emissions for power generation in half | OilNOW  

Excel Guyana enters exclusive partnership with ICO Group – Guyana Times  

Exxon searching for companies to construct Guyana’s first-ever oil and gas training institute | OilNOW  

US$100M to be invested in international oil and gas institute – Guyana President | OilNOW  

Guyana’s Local Content Requirements: Bitter Pill Coated with the Sweetness of Jingoism? – Demerara Waves Online News- Guyana  

Suriname eyes local content provisions seeks to learn from Guyana – News Room Guyana  

Gap analysis needed to assess competencies of Suriname’s oil sector – T&T local content expert | OilNOW  

Public accountability, transparency important to Guyana’s development path – President – Guyana Times  

Systems overlooking public spending must be strong -President tells new PPC members – News Room Guyana  

Trinidad’s First Citizens interested in Guyana banking licence – CEO – Stabroek News  

Tackling transnational crime requires Guyana-US collaboration – Ali | INews Guyana  

U.S pushes Guyana on inclusion, transparency – Kaieteur News  

Saudi investment team to visit Guyana this week – News Room Guyana  

Agri sector’s global attention warrants developing of value-added goods – Minister – Guyana Times  

Energy, agriculture high on Caricom agenda in Suriname  

T&T: CARICOM standing firm on the proper use of hydrocarbon, says Rowley | Loop Caribbean News  

CARICOM to counter fuel, fertilizer woes through Guyana, Suriname & Trinidad – News Room Guyana  

Sir Alister McIntyre: New book hails former UWI head for a role in Caribbean trade | Business | Jamaica Gleaner  

Caribbean and US intensify cooperation – Docblot Suriname On June 14, Vice President Harris’ Office sent a letter to CARICOM instructing them to establish three committees. CARICOM and the Dominican Republic were also asked to appoint three members to the committees. CARICOM appointed its representatives to the committees within two days. Three groups:

1) Energy Commission

2) Food Safety Authority

3) Commission for Finance. 

CARICOM has appointed the following persons as Co-Chairs: Prime Minister Keith Rowley (Trinidad & Tobago) for Energy, President Irfan Ali (Guyana) for Food Security, and Prime Minister Mia Motley (Barbados) for Finance. Each of them was assigned a replacement. The Dominican Republic has also appointed its representatives.  

Leaders of divided CARICOM meet in Suriname for annual summit | News | Jamaica Gleaner  

Divided Caricom Meet For Annual Summit – New York Carib News  

CARICOM needs brand-new approaches to old regional problems – St. Lucia News From The Voice  

Caribbean Private Sector body expands presence in Guyana – News Room Guyana  

GCCI joins the CARICOM Private Sector Organization (CPSO) – Georgetown Chamber of Commerce & Industry  

More Guyanese advocacy promised as G/town Chamber joins Caribbean private sector body – News Room Guyana  

Suriname,T&T manufacturers associations sign cooperation agreement | Loop Caribbean News  

PSOJ to strengthen regional advocacy – Jamaica Observer  

Caribbean and U.S. set to cooperate on ‘zero hunger plan’ – NationNews Barbados — nationnews.com  

Rowley, Ali discuss food security, energy – Trinidad Guardian  

‘We are in charge’ – Santokhi says regional trade should be easier – News Room Guyana 

 Biden releases five-year offshore leasing plan Friday – The Washington Post  

Biden administration punts on whether to open up more offshore drilling | The Hill  

End of ‘Angola model’ sees a number of Chinese in oil-rich African country plummet | South China Morning Post,3183946,3183960,3183794,3183947,3183886,3183963,3183950&tc=7&CMCampaignID=782133083d1922bb5f24838e284aa7a2

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