Daily Archives: 10/24/2021

Guyana: By 2026: 4 FPSOs will deliver 50 million barrels of oil; US$4 billion annually to Guyana – Bharrat

OILNOW – October 23, 2021

Guyana’s Natural Resources Minister, Vickram Bharrat, says in the next four to five years Guyana would be well on its way to becoming the “mini-Dubai” of the Caribbean as it will have four oil ships providing considerable production volumes and revenue take.

During an exclusive interview with OilNOW, Mr. Bharrat recalled that currently, Guyana has US$436M in its Natural Resource Fund.  In the coming weeks, he posited that the country will receive payment for the most recent lift of one million barrels of Liza crude to Aramco Trading Limited. With another lift due next month, he predicts Guyana can get US$150M between the two if oil prices remain around US$85 per barrel. With this in mind, he said Guyana could comfortably close the year with close to US$600M in the Natural Resource Fund.

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Guyana: History: Introducing a Multiracial Appeal of 1938: The ‘Negro-Indian Combine’ – By Nigel Westmaas

By October 24, 2021.-– By Nigel Westmaas

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Ruhoman was widely known for his interventions in the press. Politically conservative (he was an open critic of communism), he was a major contributor and respondent to social and political issues. His brother, Peter Ruhoman, was the author of the influential book, The Centenary History of the East Indians of British Guiana.        Continue reading

Cricket: T20 World Cup: West Indies are blown away by England in first match

Adil Rashid took four late Windies wickets as England’s bowlers impressed in Dubai
Photo: Adil Rashid took four late Windies wickets as England’s bowlers impressed. Photograph: Satish Kumar/Reuters
at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium – Sat 23 Oct 2021 –  The Guardian
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