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Guyana oil revenue climbs to almost US$150 million – 4th lift...

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Over US$46 million was deposited into Guyana’s Natural Resources Fund account this week representing proceeds from the sale of the country’s 3rd...

Tender reopens to market light sweet Liza Crude

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The Guyana government has moved forward with reopening the tender for marketing the country’s share of the Liza Crude being produced 120...

Traders have another opportunity to bid for lifting Liza Crude

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The new PPP/C administration in Guyana has taken a decision to reopen the tender for the provision of marketing services for the country’s share...

Brent outlook for 2020 stands at $42.35 as Guyana expected to...

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New oil producer Guyana is expected to lift 2 million barrels more of Liza crude this year, representing the country’s share of 5 million...

Liza Crude fixed for China delivery in July – S&P Global...

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The medium sweet Liza Crude being produced offshore Guyana was fixed for China delivery this month during which more rare grades were expected to...

Shell’s final lift of Liza crude could push Guyana’s revenue well...

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Shell Western Supply and Trading Limited will lift its third and final 1 million barrels of Liza Crude next week under the existing contract...

Liza Crude could be ‘oil of choice’ as refiners seek lighter,...

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The relaxing of COVID-19 lockdown measures is resulting in more vehicles taking to the roads and this is driving up the demand for lighter,...

UPDATED: Exxon, Shell and BP among 19 firms shortlisted to market...

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Oil majors ExxonMobil, Shell and BP are among 19 companies which have been shortlisted by a five-member Evaluation Committee formed by the Department of...

19 companies shortlisted for lifting Guyana’s Liza Crude

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South America’s newest oil producer, Guyana, is one step closer to hiring a firm to market its share of Liza Crude. The Department of Energy...

China’s June crude stocks to soar to new high as cheap...

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China's crude oil stockpiles will likely extend the uptrend to hit a new record high in June as refinery feedstock imports outpace the rise...