GUYSONS, T&T company join forces for oil and gas logistics

From left to right are Kenrick Hoyte, Vice-President of the joint venture; GUYSON’s Chief Executive Officer, Faizal Khan and Chief Executive Officer of Go-Invest, Owen Verwey. (GIPEX photo)

The GUYSONS Group of Companies has formed a joint venture with a Trinidadian company for the provision of oil and gas logistics services.

According to a release yesterday from  the Guyana International Petroleum Business Summit and Exhibition (GIPEX), the announcement was made by GUYSON’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Faizal Khan, during a media briefing on the sidelines of the inaugural GIPEX conference at the Marriott Hotel.

Khan, in making the announcement, told reporters that the GUYSONS Group of Companies, which has been in existence for more than two decades, “carefully looked at the market place to see how we, as a group of companies, can build capacity and support the oil and gas industry in Guyana.”

The joint venture, he said, is ….


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