Daily Archives: August 20, 2019

US airline Jet Blue likely for services in Guyana -Patterson

A Jetblue aircraft lands at a airport in the US.

A Jet Blue aircraft lands at a airport in the US.

US airline Jet Blue is likely to start services in Guyana.

“They will be mounting a mission next month… the first or second week of next month. They will start looking at things like facilities, hotels, staffing,” said Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson in an interview with the Department of Public Information (DPI).

The minister was responding to the reports that the American carrier is expected to add Guyana to its international routes early next year.            Continue reading

OIL: Tullow to shift operations from Trinidad after striking oil in Guyana

Following its recent discovery of oil in commercial quantities offshore Guyana, the United Kingdom-headquartered Tullow Oil will shift operations from its Trinidad base to local shores and plans for its first shore base here are in the pipeline.

“We don’t have a local shore base at the moment. [We] were running things from Trinidad but the plan is to use a shore base in Guyana in 2020,” Tullow’s Head of Communications George Cazenove told Stabroek News last week. He added that the location of the local facility “has not yet been decided.”            Continue reading

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Guyana: ExxonMobil relocates local offices in Georgetown

– 19 August 2019

ExxonMobil’s old headquarters

ExxonMobil has relocated its local offices to the seven-storey Duke Street, Kingston building it has rented from businessman Rizwan Khan.

Stabroek News understands that the oil major completed the move earlier this month and will house all its local offices there until the completion of its Ogle headquarters.

SEE NEW OFFICE BUILDING BELOW:      Continue reading

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