ExxonMobil, Guyana officials bid farewell to local “trail blazers” off to work on Stena drill ship

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In what is being described as a “historic moment” in Guyana’s emerging oil and gas industry, officials from both the country’s government and US super-major, ExxonMobil, bid farewell on Thursday morning to the first batch of Guyanese that will be working on the Stena Carron Drillship, offshore the South American country.

Guyana’s Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, and ExxonMobil’s Public and Government Affairs Manager in Guyana, Kimberly Brasington, visited the office of El Dorado Offshore to say goodbye to the four Guyanese who departed. They spoke exclusively with OilNow and had this to say…


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