GUYANA: Speech Reports: International Energy Conference and Expo – 2022 – 5 articles

Guyana welcomes investors but Guyanese must benefit -President Ali tells investors

An olive branch has been extended to companies looking to invest in the oil and gas producing nation of Guyana. However, while they are welcomed to invest, companies are being reminded that Guyanese must be able to benefit from those investments. President Dr. Mohamed Irfaan Ali extended the invitation at the opening of the International […]
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Countries like Guyana, Ghana must use oil and gas resources for development

In order to stimulate growth and development for their citizens, Guyana and Ghana must find ways to substantially develop its oil and gas resources. Highlighting this key point was President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, when he gave his opening address to the International Energy Conference and Expo, on Tuesday morning at the […]
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Caribbean climate talks a complex conversation which must not waiver – Barbados PM

Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley said countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have embarked on a journey to begin a sustainable energy future, noting that it is a conversation they must never allow to waver. “Of the challenges facing our nations, the climate crisis and the energy transition present both threats and opportunities for […]
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Guyana/Suriname key to mitigating global energy poverty – Suriname’s President

Guyana and Suriname have the potential to address the global energy needs, President of Suriname, Chandrikapersad Santokhi said on Tuesday. He was at the time delivering remarks during the opening of the International Energy Conference and Expo currently underway at the Marriot hotel, Kingston, Georgetown. He said the countries’ oil and gas industry could help […]
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Continued progress means achieving local content goals – ExxonMobil CEO

Achieving the goals of local content will see continued progress for Guyanese and local companies, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ExxonMobil, Darren Woods has stated. He said Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited-the local ExxonMobil affiliate, has made progress in advancing local opportunities for the people of Guyana. To date, there are now […]
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