Guyana News Updates, October 26, 2022

American Caribbean Maritime Foundation to host gala in Florida with Guyana President Irfan Ali – November 4, 2022

https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20221026/american-caribbean-maritime-foundation-host-gala-florida

https://www.acmfdn.org/

Caribbean Investment Forum

November 8-11, 2022 – Trinidad

https://www.caribbeaninvestmentforum.com/?utm_source=Caribbean+Export+List&utm_campaign=856bee512b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2022_09_16_main_flyer&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9e96a5189f-856bee512b-52236001

Caribbean Investment Forum launched with focus on building resilience and boosting investment in the region | Caribbean Export

https://carib-export.com/news/caribbean-investment-forum-launched-with-focus-on-building-resilience-and-boosting-investment-in-the-region/?utm_source=Caribbean+Export+List&utm_campaign=8e7ac5b737-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_cedigest_sep_2022&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9e96a5189f-8e7ac5b737-52236001

City Chamber’s business development forum slated for November | OilNOW

Access to finance, opportunities in oil & non-oil sectors to be addressed at upcoming business forum

Georgetown Chamber Business Forum November 11-12, 2022

Exxon strikes oil again in Guyana with two new discoveries | Reuters

https://www.reuters.com/business/energy/exxon-mobil-makes-two-new-discoveries-guyana-2022-10-26/

BREAKING: Exxon makes two more discoveries offshore Guyana: OilNOW

ExxonMobil today announced two discoveries at the Sailfin-1 and Yarrow-1 wells in the Stabroek block offshore Guyana, adding to its extensive portfolio of development opportunities. ExxonMobil has made more than 30 discoveries on the block since 2015, and it has ramped up offshore development and production at a pace that far exceeds the industry average. “Our unrivaled exploration success and accelerated pace of development in Guyana are a testament to our people, decades of experience, technology capabilities and steadfast focus on optimizing all aspects of operations,” said Liam Mallon, president of ExxonMobil Upstream Company.

ExxonMobil announces two more oil discoveries offshore Guyana – Demerara Waves Online News- Guyana

With new discoveries, oil production to exceed 1 million barrels per day by 2030  – News Room Guyana

Six Bourbon vessels to support Stabroek Block operations until end of decade: OilNOW

Offshore marine services company – Bourbon Guyana Inc. – currently has six vessels supporting oil and gas operations offshore in the Stabroek Block and those vessels will remain until the end of the decade. Managing Director of the Company, Edward Cooper, explained to OilNOW that Bourbon has three mooring support vessels in operation tending to the Liza Destiny and Liza Unity floating, production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) platforms.

New offloading facility, heavy haul road to be constructed for gas-to-energy project: OilNOW

A new Materials Offloading Facility (MOF) and heavy haul road are set to be built on the West Bank of Demerara to complement the construction of Guyana’s Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) Facility and Power Plant for the Gas-to-Energy project (GTE). ExxonMobil’s Project Manager for the GTE project, Friedrich Krispin, shared this during the Guyana Basins Summit 2022.

Access to finance, opportunities in oil & non-oil sectors to be addressed at upcoming business forum: Guyana Times  

…to feature 500 delegates

The Business Development Forum will be making its return next month, with the two-day event organised by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) scheduled to be held from November 11 to 12 at the Pegasus Corporate Centre. This was explained at a press conference hosted by GCCI President Timothy Tucker on Tuesday. The forum, first held in 2018, was halted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will therefore be the first time it is being held in two years.

Ramps is colliding with the interests of powerful locals: Stabroek News (Letter to the Editor) GHK Lall

There is so much more below the surface in the swirl of media items on Ramps Logistics, the Trinidadian-originated entity that is running into heavy weather with not one, but two State agencies in Guyana.  On the one hand, I observe the Government of Guyana being adamant that this is how this Local Content business should work, this is where matters have run aground, and because of what and how differences unfolded, there is a problem.  More than one, in fact.

Traditional ways of doing business have to change – GCCI President – News Room Guyana

LGE 2023 could change the political landscape of Guyana forever – Guyana Times

Guyana records significant progress in reducing gender gap in politics, education, health, economics – report – News Room Guyana

U.S, Guyana collaborate on national disaster preparedness – News Room Guyana

Guyana-Venezuela Waiting Game

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