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Energy Chamber coaches over 1,000 Guyanese students on role they can play in helping develop oil sector

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The Guyana Oil and Gas Energy Chamber (GOGEC) said it has successfully completed coaching over 1,000 students on the role they can play in the future development of the nation’s oil resources.

The last leg of training was hosted on Friday in Leonora for secondary students from Leguan Secondary, L’Aventure Secondary, Leonora Secondary, Parika Salem Secondary, Patentia Secondary, Stewartville Secondary, Uitvlugt Secondary, Vergenoegen, Vreed-en-Hoop Secondary, West Demerara Secondary, Westminster Secondary, Zeeburg Secondary, and the Leonora Technical and Vocational Training Centre.

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Previous sessions were held for secondary school students in Berbice, East Coast, Georgetown, West Demerara, Essequibo, and Linden.

The Energy Chamber said the training plan was developed to introduce high school students to the fundamentals of Guyana’s oil and gas sector with the hope that they would one day contribute to its development.

This massive year-long training programme was expected to educate over 50 schools and 1,000 students. The chamber said it successfully met its target by completing training for a total of 65 schools and 1,095 students.

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According to the Chamber’s President, Mr. Manniram Prashad, the training plan covered an introduction to the sector, players in the sector, job opportunities in the sector, exploration activities, the production sharing agreement, the landmark Gas-to-Energy project, and an overall understanding of Guyana’s economic, political and social history.

He was keen to note that this training programme would not have been possible without the generous sponsorship by the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT), and its members in the oil and gas sector who participated in sensitising the students about Guyana’s emerging oil and gas industry.

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