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UK-based firm to supply titanium pumps for Guyana’s largest capacity FPSO

Amarinth, a world-leading, net-zero designer and manufacturer of low lifecycle cost centrifugal pumps and associated equipment, has won a further order from VWS Westgarth for two titanium API 610 OH2 pumps for use aboard the FPSO One Guyana which...

Guyana is most significant new entrant to global oil industry – WoodMac

Global research group, Wood Mackenzie, said last week that Guyana is the most significant new entrant to the global oil industry. It noted that the country will be producing one million barrels of oil equivalent per day (boe/d) within the...

Canadian firms want to help Guyana deliver major hydropower project

Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana, Mark Berman, has confirmed that companies from his homeland are interested in sharing their expertise for Guyana to realise its landmark Amaila Falls Hydropower Project (AFHP). Berman said these interests have been channelled through the Canadian Commercial...

Chevron preparing to make first shipment of Venezuela crude to United States

Chevron Corp. has been given the green light by the Biden-led United States (US) administration to restart oil production in Venezuela, after an almost three-year ban on all drilling operations there. Chevron got a six-month license, permitting it to produce...

Dredging activities for new port facility in Guyana ramping up with addition of massive vessel

A new vessel – the largest to date – arrived in Guyana this week to undertake dredging activities for a landmark port facility being set up to service the growing oil production operations offshore the South American country. NRG Holdings...

Canada could be next country to waive visa requirements for new oil producer Guyana

Partnerships between Guyanese businesses and their Canadian counterparts are on the increase. So, discussions have commenced for these trade relations to deepen with direct flights and visa-free travel for Guyanese. This was confirmed by Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana, Mark Berman. During an event to...

ExxonMobil Guyana pursuing local insurers for Yellowtail, Gas-to-Energy Projects

ExxonMobil Guyana is now seeking technical and commercial information from local companies that can provide several insurance policies for the Yellowtail and Gas-to-Energy (GTE) projects. This was noted in a Request for Information (RFI) published on Monday, November 28, 2022. Exxon...

CGX starts in-river construction for Berbice Deep Water Port

As works progress on the Berbice Deepwater Port, CGX Energy Inc. has commenced in-river construction activity on a 50 x 12-metre access trestle from the quayside yard westward into the Berbice river, together with the necessary dredging of the...

Sri Lankan company wins contract to build Guyana’s Kumu, Moco Moco hydropower plants

Guyana’s National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) revealed that an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the 1.5MW Kumu and 0.7MW Moco Moco hydropower plants, was awarded to Vidullanka PLC (Sri Lanka). The company said it will execute these works for US$12,850,000. Incorporated in 1997, Vidullanka...

TotalEnergies comes up dry again at Suriname’s most promising block

APA Corporation, a 50% stakeholder in the offshore Block 58, provided updates on operations, Monday. The most recent exploration well drilled by operator, TotalEnergies, is non-commercial. Titled Awari, the well is situated in the previously untested northwest portion of Block...

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UK-based firm to supply titanium pumps for Guyana’s largest capacity FPSO

Amarinth, a world-leading, net-zero designer and manufacturer of low lifecycle cost centrifugal pumps and associated equipment, has won a...