No decision yet from Environmental Assessment Board on GOES waste treatment facility

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A review is still being undertaken regarding the establishment of an oil and gas waste treatment facility at a location on the East Bank of Demerara in Guyana.

A public hearing was held on Monday, May 10, at the Soesdyke/Huist’ Coverden Neighbourhood Democratic Council into appeals submitted against the development of the facility.

OilNOW had reported on Thursday that the Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) had made a pronouncement on the project following the public hearing. However, the EAB has since pointed out that this is still ongoing, and that no decision has yet been made on the project.

Global Oil Environmental Services Guyana (GOES), a Joint Venture between JaParts Guyana and Global Oil Management Group, has been looking to move forward with the development of the facility in Land of Canaan on the East Bank of Demerara that will focus on the recycle and reuse of oil and gas wastes.


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