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  • Sep 11 2020
ExxonMobil among big players set to participate in virtual O&G conference

(OilNow) A high-powered lineup including oil and gas industry leaders, and officials from the Guyana and Barbados Governments will participate in the inaugural Caribbean Virtual Oil and Gas Summ

Minister of Public Works, the Hon. Bishop Juan Edghill, presenting the 2020 Budget
  • Sep 11 2020
Oil revenues will be spent on improving the livelihoods of Guyanese

“The oil resource belongs to the people of Guyana.

  • Sep 08 2020
Different terms for other blocks – Guyana Vice President reaffirms

Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Guyana’s Vice President, Bharrat Jagdeo, reaffirmed the  government’s position on the Stabroek Block Production Sharing Agreement (PSA), noting tha

The hull for the Liza Unity FPSO, Guyana's second oil production complex.
  • Sep 07 2020
Caribbean Council panel discussion to focus on Guyana’s oil future

(OilNow) As Guyana continues to come to terms with its new economic prospects, two young Guyanese professionals will be part of a virtual oil and gas panel discussion hosted by The Caribbean Cou

Vickram Bharrat, Guyana’s Minister of Natural Resources. (OilNow Photo)
  • Sep 03 2020
Draft agreement for Payara development under discussion – Vickram Bharrat

(OilNow) A draft agreement for the Payara development has been formulated and will be discussed today by a high-level team comprising individuals from ExxonMobil and the Department of Energy.…

Newly elected Speaker of Guyana’s National Assembly, Manzoor Nadir
  • Sep 02 2020
Effective Parliament important for Guyana’s oil economy – says new Speaker

(OilNow) Newly elected Speaker of Guyana’s National Assembly, Manzoor Nadir, has underscored the importance of an effective Parliament to Guyana’s oil and gas sector.

Natural Resources Minister Vickram Bharrat
  • Aug 27 2020
New tender for marketing of oil launched

The PPP/C government has scrapped the shortlist of 19 companies that had submitted proposals to sell Guyana’s portion of oil from the Liza-1 well and yesterday launched a new Request For Proposa