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Voices of reason, hope need to speak up on O&G

Is the public discourse on Guyana’s emerging Oil and Gas (O&G) sector becoming more informed and objective? It’s a question all involved stakeholders  (government,...

Oil agreements: regulatory tools vs. sweet deals

There is the misplaced belief, in some quarters of our society, that ALL licenses and agreements, which have been issued for exploration and production...

Of Disclosures and Confidentiality

The public enjoys the right, not a privilege, to know about the decisions of its elected representatives and the government, which is acting on...

Effective leadership with responsible followership

While not seeking to insert one’s view on the Budget 2018 debate, which kicks off today (December 4, 2017), there are some important fundamental...

Oil-Food Production Bridge

Long recognized is the fact that sustainable food production is critical to the economic and social wellbeing of any country. Further, it would be...

If oil triggers loss of agriculture Guyana could face social, economic...

As Guyana gears up to be a significant oil producer in the Caribbean and Latin American region, warnings about the potential neglect of other...

O&G food production synergy

“To be interested in food but not in food production is clearly absurd,” sums up the eternal obligation of any responsible population and their...

Oil companies should farm into Guyanese diaspora before exploring skills elsewhere

If the skill-set required in Guyana’s oil and gas industry is not available in-country, oil companies should be encouraged to tap into the vast...

Oil & the Guyanese Diaspora wealth

In response to last week’s column, I was asked how can we mitigate against non-nationals grabbing up most of the potential opportunities of oil...

Guyana urged to guard against Trinidadian takeover of oil & gas...

The Government of Guyana, private sector and citizens at large are being urged to guard against what is being described as a clear attempt...