GUYANA Aker Solutions contract for Uaru : Uaru FPSO – EPCI phase : Saipem to proceed with oilfield offshore : ExxonMobil orders TechnipFMC subsea system : sanctions $12.7 billion oil development : SBM orders eighth `replica’ FPSO hull : Exxon earns US$11.4B in first quarter : Uaru project to boost oil output to 1.1M bpd : GOG approves Uaru Plan, issues License : CGX Oil strike to change dynamics : Guyana opens embassy in Qatar : Vital role in climate talks : IDB : US$150 million MOU signed with Saudi Fund : EPA appeals High Court decision : U.S. Assistant Secretary productive visit : New Envoy of Australia : EU Electoral Experts arrive : Partnership with EU growing stronger : ‘One Guyana’ banner on Indian Arrival Day : Use oil wealth for cultural history : Oil boom transforming Guyana : ExxonMobil set to cede part block to government : Trendsetter Engineering to provide ExxonMobil Guyana with “innovative” subsea connection system :
TRINIDAD HERITAGE WELCOMES ERIK KESKULA AS NEW CEO : Former ConocoPhillips executive to be Heritage CEO : Company profit over $1 billion : Oil leak : NGC : AIMs high with asset integrity : EOG Resources Trinidad : Trinity Spuds Jacobin : TOUCHSTONE ANNOUNCES FIRST QUARTER 2023 RESULTS : Touchstone discovery : ANNOUNCES US$7 MILLION LOAN FACILITY : Proman Stena Bulk new methanol tanker, Stena Promise. : Clico sale of MHIL shares : …but share register not updated, : bpTT lifts gas output from Mango field
CARICOM Guyana’s Exxon ruling can stymie risky exploration : Trinidad’s NGC : IDB ‘Caribbean needs more innovation and productivity’ : WASHINGTON “Buyers shun Russian Crude” : Suriname- Two offshore blocks for QatarEnergy : QatarEnergy enters offshore exploration : Jamaica : Jamaican exam commission- “CXC leak unscrupulous” : Jamaica wins aid from Britain : Trinidad & Tobago Energy talks with US officials : Howard silent on degree controversy : Massy Holdings profits rise in first half : UWI : University of Johannesburg honours UWI Vice-Chancellor : CARIRI :
ISABELANA UK Stands as Latin America’s Oldest Friend : Foreign Secretary’s speech : UK pledges further financial aid to Colombia : New management at PDVSA : U.S. Department of the Treasury (OFAC) : License changes : Colombia – Petrobras steps on the gas with discovery : Panama – Kanfer & CB Fenton new partner for LNG bunkering project : Colombia: Canacol Energy well results :
Headlines April 2023 And links to earlier months
19-22 June 2023, Paramaribo, Suriname
The Suriname Energy, Oil & Gas Summit has firmly established itself as the leading industry event for Suriname’s emerging energy sector. SEOGS 2022 was a resounding success and welcomed x2 presidents, x10 ministers, 112 speakers, 120 exhibiting companies, 600 delegates and 5000 trade visitors to Paramaribo in June 2022.
The 3rd edition of the Suriname Energy, Oil & Gas Summit & Exhibition will be hosted on the19-22 June 2023, Paramaribo, Suriname. SEOGS 2023 will see the introduction of a much larger exhibition hall 2, an expanded strategic summit programme, technical and commercial conference tracks as well as an expanded roundtables and workshops programme and a youth empowerment programme.
Please visit: https://suriname-energy.com/delegate-registration.
With our best regards,
Sally Radford PhD,
Fellow of The Caribbean Academy of Sciences
Tom Radford MA(Cantab), C.Eng, FEI, FIGEM, PESGB, SPE, IOP
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