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Energy Chamber enters tripartite agreement for capacity building

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The Guyana Oil and Gas Energy Chamber (GOGEC) has entered into a tripartite agreement with the University of Guyana and CBMEX Energy Guyana Inc.

GOGEC said the objective of this Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is to work in close collaboration with the University and CBMEX, in the context of the Energy Chamber’s important role in the entire value chain of the hydrocarbon industry.

“Guyana Oil and Gas Energy Chamber mission is to ensure that there are equal opportunities for all the operators and potential operators within the oil and gas industry and promote trade, investment, and knowledge transfer within the energy sector to all members and stakeholders,” GOGEC said.

The Energy Chamber, University of Guyana and CBMEX have in common the desire to encourage and facilitate the dissemination, and application of new knowledge and expertise especially in the area of oil and gas development and management, and the University desires to collaborate with its two partners in such endeavors.

The University offers over 20 programmes in Energy including oil and gas and petroleum engineering. The Institute of Energy Diplomacy and faculty offers the programmes and collaborates with CBMEX and other reputable international training institutes in so doing.

CBMEX Energy Guyana is a group of companies that offers strategic, economic, and technical assistance and training in the hydrocarbon sector led by professionals with extensive experience in the energy business who have led important companies in the sector and currently advises international public and private oil companies.  CBMEX Energy Guyana specializes in oil and gas training courses, technical assistance and project development capabilities, offering these via their extensive network of international O&G experts.

The MoU was signed by GOGEC President Mr. Manniram Prashad, Prof. Paloma Mohamed Martin, Vice Chancellor, University of Guyana, and Mr. Milton E. Chaves, Member of the Board of Directors of CBMEX.

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