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ExxonMobil was not entitled to CGX-like contract- Jagdeo; “We are not going back on it”- govt

The Guyana government on Thursday said definitively that it would not be revising the Production Sharing Agreement with ExxonMobil, the same day that Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo questioned why government did not negotiate better contracts than those signed by former Presidents Janet Jagan and Donald Ramotar. The 2016 agreement between government and ExxonMobil contains a …

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Efforts made to ensure Ethnic Relations Commission is not politically compromised

Chairman of Parliament’s Appointments Committee, Dr. George Norton on Thursday said the protracted delay in the appointment of new members of the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) was due to efforts to ensure the commission was not unduly influenced by politics. “Both sides of the political divide were feverishly working towards it (Commissioners’ appointment) but yet …

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Teaching Service Commission’s appointment paves way for teachers’ promotions, appointments

The way is now clear for the appointment of senior teachers for 2016 and 2017 as well as the appointment of junior teachers, with the appointment of the Teaching Service Commission, a senior official of the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) said. Field Secretary of the GTU, Lance Baptiste’s comments came shortly after the swearing in …

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Guyana to establish Children’s Court after passage of new bill – Nation News


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Guyana to establish Children's Court after passage of new bill
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In 2017, four magistrates including the Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan, attended a study tour in another jurisdiction to observe the operations of their Children's Court, to learn the best practices and the pitfalls to ensure that when Guyana's system ...

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Tullow/Eco (Atlantic) spot signs of more oil offshore Guyana

OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS MAGAZINE,-TORONTO – Tullow Oil and Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas have identified various leads on their Orinduik block offshore Guyana that could contain more than 1 Bboe. The leads are drawn from studies of several thousand kilometers of 2D data, regional well logs and seismic correlations to ExxonMobil’s nearby Stabroek block wells. Some of the …

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Tullow/Eco (Atlantic) spot signs of more oil offshore Guyana

OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS MAGAZINE,-TORONTO – Tullow Oil and Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas have identified various leads on their Orinduik block offshore Guyana that could contain more than 1 Bboe. The leads are drawn from studies of several thousand kilometers of 2D data, regional well logs and seismic correlations to ExxonMobil’s nearby Stabroek block wells. Some of the …

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