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ExxonMobil forecasts 400,000 barrels per day from Liza 1, 2

ExxonMobil, the operator in the Stabroek Block, has increased production by 40,000 barrels per day (bpd) from Liza 1 and Liza 2 and is targeting 400,000 bpd in the coming months, ExxonMobil’s Vice President (Upstream) Liam Mallon  said on Tuesday. Giving a production update at the Guyana Energy Conference being held from February 14 to 17 at the Marriott Hotel, ...

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Global sustainable development leader backs out of Guyana Energy Conference

Internationally renowned Professor of Economics, Jeffrey Sachs has decided to back out of the Guyana Energy Conference, shortly after he was billed as a keynote speaker at the four-day event that opens on Tuesday. “Jeffrey has decided to no longer attend,” Conference spokesman, Alex Graham told a news briefing. “As far as we know, he had committed and later on ...

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Lawyers for Cane View/Mocha residents request pre-litigation mediation with government

The deadline for government to signal its intention to pursue an out of court resolution with Cane View/Mocha residents will expire in a few days. The residents, whose homes were demolished, and all their personal belongings destroyed by the government in  January, have retained lawyers. On February 8, 2023, International Lawyer Dr. Vivian Williams, and Guyana-based Attorney Lyndon Amsterdam served ...

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Continuous Professional Development Programme to be used for teacher promotions, other benefits

Teachers in Guyana, who successfully complete Online courses for their continuous professional development, will eventually be considered for promotions and increased salaries, Chief Education Officer (CEO) Saddam Hussain said. “We hope we can connect it somehow to the promotion system; the senior promotion system in the country for senior teachers,” he told the virtual launch of the programme at the ...

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Pastor’s father killed in West Coast Demerara fire

A man was burnt to death and the building that housed three entities at Windsor Forest, West Coast Demerara was destroyed by fire, authorities said. Police identified the dead man as 60-year old Rajendra Mohabir. The building, at Lot 194 7th Street, housed the dwelling, a supermarket and “Touching Your World Ministry” church. The late Mohabir occupied the building with ...

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Guyanese cultural icon Alan Fenty dies

Well-known Guyanese cultural icon and folklorist, Allan Fenty, died early Saturday morning at his residence, a family associate confirmed. He was 78 years old. Sources said Fenty was unwell, but he was in the yard up to Friday afternoon. Fenty was host of the popular weekly television programme, Cook-up Show, and he was a decades-long Stabroek newspaper columnist under the ...

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APNU+AFC gov’t, ExxonMobil had no agreement for Guyana to pay for new headquarters -Mahipaul

Opposition A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) parliamentarian Ganesh Mahipaul on Friday said his then governing coalition and ExxonMobil never agreed that the US$160 million that would be spent on building a new headquarters building at Ogle, East Coast Demerara would be recovered from oil revenues. “I’m guided that there were discussions and there was no agreement with ...

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Guyana risked significant investment fallout if oil agreement was scrapped, renegotiated

President Irfaan Ali on Friday sought to justify the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC)-led administration’s decision not to scrap or renegotiate the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) between government and the ExxonMobil-owned Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL). While in opposition, the PPPC had criticised the PSA that had been inked by the A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change ...

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BREAKING: Parika Market on fire

Fire was Friday afternoon destroying stalls at Parika Market near the stelling, according to eyewitnesses. The many wooden stalls were being engulfed by flames. The cause of the fire was not immediately known. Stallholders usually sell fruits, vegetables, electronic items, clothing and other items. The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph and the Guyana Post Office Corporation are located nearby the market.

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June 2023