The US oil company ExxonMobil is in the process of further deepening its footprint in Guyana by seeking to move a greater volume of its services from Trinidad and Tobago to Guyana, according to an Oil Now report.
UK oil company Tullow Oil last week disclosed that while it will be focussing its exploration expertise on unlocking additional value from the company’s asset base, it is also limiting its capital exposure in Guyana and Argentina.
Guyana will get a total of five lifts of one million barrels of oil this year and not the anticipated six after production was scaled back earlier this year due to the flash gas compressor problems aboard the Liza Destiny FPSO, according to Minister of Natural Resources Vickram Bharrat.
Introduction Today’s column concludes the mini-series discussion of the three texts, which I have indicated has had an immense influence in shaping my understanding of, and providing insights into, the rapidly evolving global energy dynamic.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. Democratic lawmakers today asked the chiefs of four major fossil fuel companies and two lobbying groups to testify next month on whether the industry led an effort to mislead the public and prevent action to fight climate change.
Already coming out with the best responsive bid during evaluation for the one-year contract to market Guyana’s oil, Saudi Arabian company, Aramco Trading Limited, was also awarded the single-lift slated for this month to avoid this country having to forfeit its one million barrels of crude, Minister of Natural Resources Vickram Bharrat says.
ExxonMobil’s local affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL) has been given approval to flare for a third time but will have to pay US$45 per tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent.
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The Liza Unity Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO), which has begun its voyage to Guyana from Singapore, has been awarded a SUSTAIN-1 notation by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).
HOUSTON, (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp today said it will begin measuring methane emissions from production of natural gas at a New Mexico facility, joining a number of shale gas producers seeking to provide the data to buyers.
Transparency Institute Guyana Inc (TIGI) has flayed government’s unilateral decision and the undisclosed terms of the deal with Saudi Arabian company, Aramco Trading Limited to market this country’s next 1 million barrels of oil.
With almost a month having passed since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that an impact assessment will not be needed for ExxonMobil’s 12-Well Exploration and Appraisal Drilling Programme on the offshore Canje Block and no information on the project publicised, environmental lawyer Melinda Janki has written to the body’s Executive Director seeking to have the issue clarified.
Dear Editor, “Former Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, on Wednesday released information he received in 2017 from ExxonMobil’s local subsidiary, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL), on the composition of the gas from the Liza operation.”
Introduction Today’s column addresses the third and final of the three texts, which I have advised have had the greatest impact on shaping my understanding of the rapidly evolving global energy dynamic.
Dear Editor, I read with astonishment and disbelief that Conservation International (CI) Guyana had returned a US$10 million grant to ExxonMobil.
Even as speculation had become rife that India’s oil supply challenges arising primarily out of an idiosyncratic production posture on the part of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) might have been eased somewhat by the prospect of a long-term oil supply deal with Guyana, a media report published on Monday by the media group Caribbean News Global (CNG) says that Guyana has walked aside from such a deal.
The government has extended the deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest for Gas Related Investments here by two weeks to facilitate additional inquiries garnered from the recent Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas.
ExxonMobil Guyana yesterday said that it and its contractors spend $19b here for the first half of 2021 making it a total of $96.4b since 2015.
Introduction This week’s column wraps-up my assessment of Terry Etam’s book, which I began last week.
ExxonMobil Corporation has delayed a drilling decision for a second well in the Kaieteur Block, offshore Guyana, in order to do additional data analysis.