22 C
Georgetown
Monday, January 25, 2021

Guyana looking to collaborate with Kuwait for O&G

Must Read

Twelve oil companies among those submitting information for Guyana’s 2nd EITI report

Twelve oil companies operating in Guyana are among those submitting information to the Guyana Extractive industries Transparency Initiative (GYEITI)...

Guyana deepwater drilling pushes Schlumberger fourth quarter 2020 results

Oilfield Services Company Schlumberger recorded $969 million in revenue for the Latin America region in the fourth quarter (Q4)...

Staatsolie: From a ‘voice in the wilderness’ to hitting deepwater jackpot

Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname is the state oil company of Suriname established to execute the country’s oil policy which includes...
OilNOW
OilNow is an online-based Information and Resource Centre which serves to complement the work of all stakeholders in the oil and gas sector in Guyana.

Guyana’s President David Granger on September 11 accepted letters of credence from the plenipotentiary representative from Kuwait, His Excellency Nasser Riden Al-Mptairi, with the hopes of continuing cooperation and initiates in new areas of collaboration, especially in the oil and gas sector, energy, sustainable development, agriculture and education.

Guyana, a newcomer to the world of oil and gas, had established formal diplomatic relations with twenty-four years ago, on August 17, 1995, with the oil rich middle eastern country.

Speaking at a ceremony at the Ministry of the Presidency, President Granger reminded that, “relations between our countries have been enhanced over the years with the exchanges of high-level visits.”

He said, “Guyana was pleased to receive the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait in 2010 during his tour of Latin America and the Caribbean Region. Exchanges of this nature have fostered economic, cultural, social and technical cooperation between Guyana and Kuwait.”

It is with this in mind Granger posits, “I am confident that the bilateral cooperation between our countries will be enhanced in the years ahead and that your tenure will contribute to continuing cooperation and initiate new areas of collaboration, especially in the oil and gas sector.”

Latest News

Twelve oil companies among those submitting information for Guyana’s 2nd EITI report

Twelve oil companies operating in Guyana are among those submitting information to the Guyana Extractive industries Transparency Initiative (GYEITI)...

Guyana deepwater drilling pushes Schlumberger fourth quarter 2020 results

Oilfield Services Company Schlumberger recorded $969 million in revenue for the Latin America region in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2020. The company said...

Staatsolie: From a ‘voice in the wilderness’ to hitting deepwater jackpot

Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname is the state oil company of Suriname established to execute the country’s oil policy which includes exploration, drilling and the processing...

Guyana issues statement on detention of fishing vessels by Venezuelan Navy

Statement by Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana has confirmed reports that two Guyanese registered fishing...

Guyanese aviation firm says training from Exxon opened door to oil and gas opportunities

Guyanese aviation company, Trans Guyana Airways, has been working with several local firms to provide services and key support to the oil and gas...

More Articles Like This