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Biden administration faces hurdles with any potential Venezuela oil deal

By John Kimelman In 2019, the U.S. imposed a ban on the importation of Venezuela oil shortly after President Nicholas Maduro won reelection in a vote widely seen as fraudulent. But the Biden administration is reconsidering that decision in the wake...

Opportunities for women through the oil and gas sector

By A. Bacchus A pertinent conversation today, globally, is on the opportunity for women to have a seat at the table—in all things. With the oil and gas industry in Guyana, that conversation is now closely embedded in that of...

Agriculture more than food on the table: A conceptual approach within Guyana’s oil and gas riches

Dr. H Arlington D Chesney Guyana has recently become a major oil and gas country. The estimated recovery resource base is 9 to 15 billion boe. Consequently, GDP is projected to grow by 49.7% in 2022. The Governor of the Central...

Women in O&G: Latoya Jack shares her journey to success in Guyana’s newest industry

By A. Bacchus Women’s History Month is observed in March, and it celebrates the contributions of women to events in history and society, I recently learned. International Women’s Day was also recently celebrated under the theme ‘Break the bias’, and...

Why oil “does spoil” – Guyana’s role in global energy security

By Arthur Deakin – OilNOW AMI analysis shows that over 50% of the oil produced in the world takes place within authoritarian regimes. Russia and Saudi Arabia alone account for over 20% of global oil production. They are joined by...

Guyanese women on the rise in oil and gas

By A. Bacchus - OilNOW  CAMSOL: Bringing business solutions to you with a personal touch On March 8, the world will observe International Women’s Day. It is a day that we acknowledge the gender inequalities and challenges facing women and...

Why companies will succeed in Guyana – while others fail

By Arthur Deakin - OilNOW For those that follow Guyana, the success rate and speed in which its oil resource has been developed is unprecedented. 11% of all conventional oil found in the world since 2015 has been off the...

A sustainable energy system for Guyana

By Dr. Lorraine Sobers – OilNOW Guyana hosted its International Energy Conference and Expo 15-18th, February, 2022 under the theme “Charting a Sustainable Future”. On the first day, the esteemed presence of Ghana, Barbados and Suriname dignitaries bearing jovial salutations,...

The Oil and Gas Sector in Guyana: A catalyst for Growth in its Agriculture and Food Sectors

By Dr H. Arlington Chesney - OilNOW Guyana lifted its first commercial shipment of oil in December 2019. This is projected to be the start of a very dominant national oil and gas industry with the estimated reserves of ten...

Puran Brothers – From domestic waste disposals to servicing the oil and gas sector

When the first oil discovery was announced in 2015, Guyanese and local businesses were keen to find out how the industry would benefit them. For Puran Brother’s Incorporated, while their services were not directly aligned with the industry, they...

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Guyana receives GY$1.7B in payments for flaring from ExxonMobil

To date, ExxonMobil’s affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL) has flared 17.7B cubic feet of gas via...