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Analyst estimates Snoek oil discovery; predicts increased daily production

(OFFSHORE/ www.offshore-mag.com ) EDINBURGH, UK – Wood Mackenzie has detailed its thoughts on Snoek, ExxonMobil’s third oil discovery on Guyana’s deepwater Stabroek block. The Snoek-1 well was drilled to a depth of 5,175 m (16,978 ft) in 1,563 m (5,128 ft) of water. It encountered 25 m (82 ft) of oil-bearing sandstones of Maastrichtian-Aptian age, similar to the Liza-1 discovery ...

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West Indies focused on World Cup qualification- Holder…believes positive cricket will help team win ODI series

Last Updated on Monday, 3 April 2017, 20:47 by Denis Chabrol by Clifton Ross West Indies Captain Jason Holder said making the final cut for the ICC 2019 World Cup is his team’s main focus heading into the upcoming One Day International (ODI) home series against Pakistan which bowls off this Friday at the Providence National Stadium, Guyana. Holder and ...

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Nagamootoo won’t step aside to facilitate constitutional reform talks with PPP

Last Updated on Monday, 3 April 2017, 12:00 by Denis Chabrol Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo on Monday said he would not be ceding responsibility for constitutional reform to anyone else if the opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) refuses to meet with him to discuss the process. The PPP had in the past expressed reluctance to take Nagamootoo’s offer of a ...

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Fire damage Ansa Mc Al’s bond

Last Updated on Monday, 3 April 2017, 9:10 by Denis Chabrol Fire fighters early Monday morning averted what could have been a major fire at the bond of Ansa McAl, located at Beterverwagting, East Coast Demerara. Fire Chief, Marlon Gentle said fire fighters received the call at about 6:40 AM from MMC Security Service and were able to contain the ...

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Attorney General reluctant to apologise to High Court Judge

Last Updated on Monday, 3 April 2017, 7:39 by Denis Chabrol Attorney General, Basil Williams is very reluctant to apologise to Justice Franklin Holder, according to well-placed sources. But former House Speaker, Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran says the Court can still take action against the government’s principal legal adviser. Sources close to the Attorney General say he believes if Justice ...

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