Daily Archives: 12/18/2018

Caribbean and Guyana Oldies – Music video

Caribbean and Guyana Oldies – Music video

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Guyana: PPP/C presidential candidate to be picked before year end – Jagdeo

PPP/C presidential candidate to be picked before year end Jagdeo

Bharrat Jagdeo

Stabroek News – 18 December 2018

Assuring that the PPP/C’s presidential candidate for the 2020 general elections will be named before year end, the party’s leader Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday  (17 Dec 2018) said that criminal charges will have no impact on the selection process.

Earlier in the year, Jagdeo had said that the candidate would have been named before the November 12 local government elections. It was later said that this had been pushed back until after the budget debates and consideration of the estimates. The budget was passed last Friday and since then there has been no word coming from the opposition’s camp as to who will be the presidential candidate. Earlier this year, a possible third term as president for Jagdeo was ruled out by the Caribbean Court of Justice.             Continue reading

Guyana’s Oil: Projected cost for Exxon’s Liza Phase-1 slashed by US$700M

 Exxon’s Liza Phase-1 slashed by US$700M

Stabroek News – 16 December 2018 – 

John Rielly

The development cost for ExxonMobil’s offshore Liza Phase-1 project has been significantly revised from the projected US$4.4 billion to US$3.7 billion.

The US$700 million reduction was made public by one of the company’s two partners in the offshore Stabroek Block operations, Hess.

“The original Exxon estimate for Phase 1 was US$4.4 billion; it is now US$ 3.7 billion. Exxon is doing a terrific job, the drilling campaign is going well, we will keep learning as we progress…and that includes the acquisition of the ship,” Senior Vice Presidentand Chief Financial Officer at Hess, John Rielly, told an investor forum in Houston Texas, which was held on December 12th, 2018.              Continue reading

Business: The World’s 100 Most Valuable Brands in 2018 – Infographic


Visualizing the world’s 100 most valuable brands by both value and industry.

According to Forbes, the world’s 100 most valuable brands are worth a staggering $2.15 trillion.

While that singular number is impressive, the publication’s 2018 rankings of global brands can be further broken down in other ways that are also quite intriguing. Let’s take a look at brands by individual brand value, as well as sorted by relevant industry.

Today’s infographic comes to us from HowMuch.net and it showcases the 100 most valuable brands in the world, according to recent Forbes rankings.

Click: Business: The World’s 100 Most Valuable Brands in 2018 – Infographic

When Jihadis Kill Jihadis: The Implications of Militant Infighting – by Tore Hamming | WPR

When Jihadis Kill Jihadis: The Implications of Militant Infighting

Tore Hamming | WPR – World Politics Review

Last week’s attack against a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, by a radicalized French Muslim illustrates that jihadis, or militant Islamists, still pose a serious threat to national security in the U.S.A. and Europe.

Since late 2013, jihadis have also become a threat to other jihadis, regularly killing each other on battlefields across the Middle East in numbers that have observers talking about a jihadi civil war.

In Syria, armed rebels affiliated with al-Qaida and the so-called Islamic State continue to fight each other, while the most potent force battling the Islamic State’s affiliate in Afghanistan is the Taliban.      Continue reading

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