Daily Archives: 07/29/2021

Global Passport Ranking – How Powerful is Your Passport in a Post-Pandemic World?

Global Passport Ranking – Henley Passport Index 2021

Ranking the the world’s most powerful passports based on access to visa-free destinations. Where does your country fall on the list?

With historical data spanning 16 years, the Henley Passport Index is the only one of its kind based on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Authority (IATA). The index includes 199 different passports and 227 different travel destinations.

Updated quarterly, the Henley Passport Index is considered the standard reference tool for global citizens and sovereign states when assessing where a passport ranks on the global mobility spectrum.

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GUYANA: OIL: Multi-billion-dollar ‘Port of Vreed-en-hoop’ facility in the works

OilNOW –  28 July 2021

Guyanese company NRG Holdings Inc. plans to establish a multi-billion-dollar multi-purpose port facility dubbed the ‘Port of Vreed-en-hoop’ that will feature a major shore base at Foreshore, Plantation Best on the West Bank of Demerara.

The intended development will fill the gap for oil and gas support services to meet the rapidly expanding offshore operations while providing a range of services geared towards economic development onshore.    These will be carried out with the local economy benefitting from employment, duties and taxes, ancillary goods and services and capacity-building.

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GUYANA: OIL: Exxon makes another major oil discovery offshore

ExxonMobil finds more oil at Whiptail

(ExxonMobil image)
(ExxonMobil image)

[Stabroek News -28 July 2021] – ExxonMobil today said it has made an oil discovery at Whiptail in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana, its 21st major find here and adding to its nine billion barrels of recoverable resources.

In a statement, Exxon said that the Whiptail-1 well encountered 246 feet (75 meters) of net pay in high quality oil bearing sandstone reservoirs. Drilling, it said, is also ongoing at the Whiptail-2 well, which has encountered 167 feet (51 meters) of net pay in high quality oil bearing sandstone reservoirs. Drilling continues at both wells to test deeper targets, and results will be assessed for future development, Exxon said.

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