Guyana to set up Local Content Compliance Unit to validate information submitted by oil companies – Dr Bynoe
The Guyana Government has announced plans for the imminent establishment of a Local Content Compliance Unit to validate information submitted by oil companies operating...
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), on Wednesday, hosted a Roundtable Discussion on Guyana’s third draft of the Local Content Policy. The...
Members of the business community, the public and key stakeholders turned out in large numbers to the first open forum on Guyana’s 3rd draft...
As the number of confirmed new COVID-19 cases surges to new global highs of beyond 200,000 per day, a second wave of the pandemic...
(Bloomberg) - OPEC slashed oil production to the lowest level since the Gulf War in 1991, as it escalated efforts to revive global markets...
The relaxing of COVID-19 lockdown measures is resulting in more vehicles taking to the roads and this is driving up the demand for lighter,...
Guyana must address the need for the investing parties to agree on the allocation of risk in relation to tanker loading, whether at an offshore platform, Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) facility or any future onshore jetty. In reality, even if the joint venture controls the relevant berth infrastructure, they will need to establish and publish terminal operating rules for tanker masters to follow. These rules will establish the terms on which the terminal...
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