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Tullow Oil, Eco Oil & Gas enter Phase Two of Initial Period for Orinduik Block, offshore Guyana

TORONTO -- Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Ltd., the oil and gas exploration company with licenses in highly prospective regions in South America and Africa, announces that at the Company and Tullow Oil (together “the Partners”) on the Orinduik Block, have elected to enter Phase Two of the Initial Period u

WORLDOIL.COM - 2018-01-18 15:27:50

Actress Letitia Wright on Transforming Into a Superhero for Black Panther

To hear Letitia Wright tell it, playing a superhero isn't all about invincibility. "We have a lot of vulnerabilities, too," says the actress of her Black Panther character, Shuri, a princess blessed with impressive scientific and technological skills. "A lot of young people relate to her-she's passi

VOGUE - 2018-01-18 13:00:00

Trump's offshore oil plan will struggle to lure rigs from Guyana | Miami Herald

WASHINGTON -- The world's hottest offshore prospect for oil companies is off the coast of Guyana, where a series of major discoveries has drawn hundreds of millions of dollars. The Trump administration is hoping to lure some of that investment to the U.S. with a proposal to sell leases in almost eve

MIAMI HERALD - 2018-01-18 08:00:00

Days for Girls moves to Camano library

A few pieces of fabric stitched together are changing lives around the world. And a small group of area residents are helping. The members of the Days for Girls, Stanwood-Camano Chapter, meet once a month to sew sanitary products for girls and women who live in poor countries such as Guyana in South


Caribbean Airlines begins Guyana/Cuba flights but airfares remain exorbitant

PORT OF SPAIN - Caribbean Airlines (CAL) now flies twice weekly to Cuba from its Port of Spain (POS) hub on Tuesdays and Saturdays and these flights are linked to CAL's network including Georgetown (GEO), Guyana, but a survey of the airfares that CAL is offering reveals that prices from GEO to Havan


ExxonMobil Looks to Increase its Oil Drilling in Guyana

ExxonMobil is pushing ahead with efforts to develop oil fields off the South American nation of Guyana. Company spokeswoman Kimberly Brasington says it's asked Guyanese environmental authorities for permission to drill to up to 40 new wells as it develops the Liza Phase 2 offshore oil field. It alre


Champs Jaguars well on top against Pride *

GUYANA JAGUARS were 154 for four in their second innings at stumps on day three of their match against Barbados Pride in the Regional 4-Day Championship in Bridgetown yesterday, leading overall by 252 runs. In Kingston, the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, set 262 for victory by Jamaica Scorpions, were 1


The First-Ever Caribbean Rum Awards

The first-ever Caribbean Rum Awards was held in Saint Lucia this weekend, and the winners have been selected. The awards, curated by Caribbean Journal and a team of nine judges, covered six categories, including white rum, white rhum agricole, best rum, best rhum agricole, spiced rum and gold rum, a


Caribbean bloc condemns Trump's 'repulsive' language

Georgetown (Guyana) (AFP) - The 15-nation Caribbean Community on Saturday condemned US President Donald Trump's use of "repulsive language" to reportedly describe Haiti and African nations. CARICOM "is deeply disturbed by reports about the use of derogatory and repulsive language by the President of


Hess Corporation - Top Convinction Oil Pick

Hess Corporation has had a difficult time since the start of the oil crash. However, the company has a top-tier asset portfolio that will lead to strong cash flow. The company's Guyana and Bakken assets will lead to double digit production and cash flow growth going forward. That growth will noticea


Laila Ali Teases Ring Return

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 4: Lalia Ali of USA poses after defeating Gwendolyn O'Neil of Guyana during the WBC/WIBA Super Middleweight World Title bout between Lalia Ali and Gwendolyn O'Neil at Emperors Palace on February 4, 2007 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gal


Trump's Vulgar Language On Minds Of Newly Sworn In US Citizens

MIAMI (CBSMiami) - President Donald Trump's vulgar language in a closed-door meeting is fresh on the mind of many of the 150 people becoming US citizens Friday in Hialeah. Some telling CBS4, they are hoping for more compassion from the Commander-in-Chief. "I believe young people should just be given


Guyana's oil boom: who will benefit?*

Just a week ago, ExxonMobil announced a huge new oil find at its Ranger-1 well, around 200 km offshore from Guyana. That makes six big hits, starting with Liza-1 in May 2015. The first five totalled around 3.2 billion barrels. Ranger-1 looks even bigger than its predecessors. So it's a fair bet we'r


Celsion (CLSN) Reaches $2.78 After 8.00% Down Move; Last Week Guyana Goldfields Inc. (TSE:GUY) Coverage

The stock of Celsion Corporation (NASDAQ:CLSN) is a huge mover today! The stock decreased 0.99% or $0.03 during the last trading session, reaching $2.78. About 191,392 shares traded. Celsion Corporation (NASDAQ:CLSN) has declined 82.71% since January 11, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperform


Santos to Venezuela's Maduro: "Don't Use Colombia to Disguise the Shortcomings of Your Failed Revolution"

Once again President Juan Manuel Santos had strong words for his Venezuelan counterpart Nicols Maduro, demanding that he stop using Colombia as an "excuse to disguise the shortcomings of your failed revolution." Santos rejected Maduro's suggestion that the health system of Colombia was a failure and


Schenectady welcomes diverse class of police recruits

Chief: It's a step toward making force 'more reflective of the community' A police recruit class from February 2016; this year will include two men of Guyanese descent, two women and one Hispanic man. Photographer: Peter R. Barber SCHENECTADY - The city will swear in 14 new police recruits during


Exxon makes sixth oil discovery off Guyana

Exxon Mobil (XOM-0.1%) says it has made a sixth oil discovery on Guyana's deepwater Stabroek block, expanding recoverable resources from the acreage to more than 3.2B boe. The latest find was made in the Ranger-1 well that was spudded in November and "encountered around 230 ft. of high-quality, oil-


Paraguay's giant lily pads are back for the first time in a decade, revealing a forgotten country in bloom

It is very rare that a travel news story involving Paraguay pops up on the radar. Here, after all, is a country which few tourists ever see. There it sits, tucked between its neighbours Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia - its location on the map overshadowed by all of them. It is, without criticism, one


CDC, UNESCO kick off Youth engagement for Community Disaster Risk Management Programme

Georgetown, Guyana - (January 10, 2017) The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) through funding to the tune of US$15,000 from the United Nations Education, Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) has commenced the implementation of the pilot Youth Engagement for Community Based Disaster Risk Management


Anti-LGBT U.S. pastor does not expect Jamaica to ban him

Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Ariz., is scheduled to be in Jamaica from Jan. 29-Feb. 3 for a "Missions Trip." Jay John, a Jamaican LGBT rights advocate, has petitioned the Jamaican government to ban Anderson for the country. John in his petition he posted to Change.o