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Digicel’s undersea fiber optic cable, Deep Blue One, is now in service

eyesonguyana Digicel Group has commissioned its undersea fiber optic cable, Deep Blue One. This significant investment in international submarine capacity will greatly improve connectivity in the Caribbean and South America, particularly for French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago, Digicel announced in a press release. Digicel’s advanced fiber optic network will provide seamless connectivity…
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Guyana to contract 3D seismic study to support offshore exploration, future bid rounds

Guyana to contract 3D seismic study to support offshore exploration, future bid rounds

eyesonguyana Guyana plans to contract a survey to gather data in support of offshore exploration and future bid rounds.  The Ministry of Natural Resources published a June 5 request for expressions of interest from “reputable and experienced” firms to conduct a 3D multi-client seismic survey offshore Guyana.  The new notice said the objective of the…
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More than 40 million in Latin America and the Caribbean are threatened by climate change.

Adequate Measures expected eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 29 May 2024 – Tens of millions of people living in low-elevation coastal areas in Latin America and the Caribbean are facing the consequences of extreme weather events that threaten their lives and livelihoods and the hospitals they depend on, according to a new study by UNFPA, the UN Population Fund. …
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Exxon CEO: Guyana is the most successful deepwater development in history

Exxon CEO: Guyana is the most successful deepwater development in history

eyesonguyana Amsterdam, 27 april 2024–ExxonMobil’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the Board, Darren Woods, hailed Guyana’s oil story as one that will be well remembered in the history of the oil and gas sector.  “I believe Guyana will go down as one of the most successful deepwater developments in the history of the…
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Guyana and Venezuela: A Tale of Borders and Aspirations

eyesonguyana 1. Historical Ties and Territorial Disputes The intertwined history of Guyana and Venezuela dates back centuries. From indigenous tribes to European colonizers, these lands have witnessed struggles, claims, and aspirations. Let’s delve into their shared past. Colonial Rivalries 2. Modern Challenges and Sovereignty Venezuela’s Bold Moves Diplomacy and Vigilance 3. Lessons from Tragedy and…
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Petrobras Jubilant

Brazil follows Suriname & Guyana

Petrobras Jubilant finding more oil eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 9 april 2024– Brazilian oil giant Petrobras has struck oil in a well located in Brazil’s Potiguar Basin, during a campaign it embarked on in earnest to repeat exploration successes  off the coasts of Guyana and Suriname.  Announcing the find in an April 9 release, Petrobras said its…
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Territorial woes for Guyana

Two regions in dispute eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, April 9 2024–Guyanese authorities have requested the United Nations Security Council to review Venezuela’s territorial claims over the oil-rich Essequibo region, under the jurisdiction of the former British colony since 1899, but which Caracas has annexed to all its official maps following a referendum last year. The Guyanese Government…
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Fueling Progress: Guyana’s Ambitious Gas-to-Shore Project

Unlocking Energy Potential for the Region Guyana Gas-to-Shore eyesonguyana 1. The Vision Takes Shape In the heart of the Caribbean lies a nation with boundless potential: Guyana. Known for its lush rainforests, pristine rivers, and vibrant culture, this South American gem is now poised to redefine its energy landscape. The ambitious Gas-to-Shore project promises to…
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Venezuela annexes part of Guyana

Venezuela annexes oil-rich parts of Guyana

Centuries Old Territorial Dispute Flames Up  eyesonsuriname Amsterdam, 22 March 2024 — Venezuela’s National Assembly Thursday passed a law creating a new region in the oil-rich Essequibo territory under Guyanese control since the late 1800s on which Caracas claims sovereignty. The Venezuelan Parliament unanimously approved the creation of the state of Guayana Esequiba, which is…
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Driving Sustainable Prosperity

How Investments in Guyana’s Natural Resources Are Transforming the Nation Sustainable investments in Guyana have proven to be a catalyst for wealth creation among the population. With its vast natural resources and commitment to environmentally friendly practices, Guyana has attracted significant investment in sectors such as renewable energy, agriculture, and ecotourism. These investments have not…
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