When analysing Guyana’s production sharing agreements (PSAs), it is important not to be misled by statements comparing Guyana’s 2% royalty with higher royalties in other countries (set on average at about 10%-15%).
Italian oilfield services firm Saipem has won a subsea contract in Guyana, as well as additional work in regions including the North Sea, worth £684.6million.
Exxon Mobil and Hess Corp. said they are moving up the start date for first oil production in Guyana to December instead of the previous timeline slated for early 2020.
SBM Offshore has completed financing of $1.14billion (£886m) to pay for the vessel which will serve ExxonMobil’s giant Liza field off Guyana.
Total’s investor presentation walked a fine line between commitments to new projects and steps to secure the confidence of investors.
Tullow Oil said today that its Joe-1 exploration well had opened a new "upper tertiary" oil play in the Guyana basin.
Guyana will make mistakes on the road to becoming an oil and gas producing nation – but none will be of the same magnitude as Brexit.
Shares in Tullow Oil soared almost 20% yesterday after the exploration and production firm announced an oil discovery offshore Guyana.
Qatar Petroleum has agreed a deal with Total to buy stakes in two blocks offshore Guyana.
Guyana’s plans to raise oil and gas royalties may “diminish attractiveness” to future investors, according to new analysis.
Deepwater and tight oil are two of the upstream sector’s great growth themes, but are often considered to be at opposite ends of the development spectrum.
Guyana is due to hold a general election later this year that could have a significant bearing on the country’s emergence as a new oil frontier.
Guyana’s anti-corruption agency is investigating how exploration rights were awarded in the world’s biggest new deepwater oil region, including those now controlled by Exxon Mobil Corp. and Tullow Oil Plc.
Exploration costs, lower oil and gas prices and heavy maintenance dented ExxonMobil’s earnings for the start of the year.
ExxonMobil said Thursday it made its 13th oil discovery offshore of Guyana, increasing its rapidly rising tally of finds near the tiny South American nation.
Aberdeen's Lord Provost, Barney Crockett, flew out of Guyana on Friday after a fruitful trip to this soon-to-be oil rich South American nation.
It is in South America yet they speak English. Culturally and in cricket terms they are West Indian. Guyana was the setting for Sir Walter Raleigh's mystical city of gold: El Dorado.
Two nations that were once intertwined were joined together in Georgetown today.
Aberdeen-headquartered Stena Drilling has been booked for an exploration well on the Orinduik block offshore Guyana.
Aberdeen will be officially twinned next month with a country that has one of world's fastest-growing oil and gas industries.
Guyana, a country that currently produces no crude, could pump more than OPEC member Venezuela in five years.
The socialist government of Venezuela and its political opponents at home who have been starkly divided over the past two decades on the best path forward for the country, have suddenly united around a common theme: the century-old dispute with Guyana.
Exxon Mobil and Hess Corp. said Monday they've increased their reserve estimates offshore of Guyana by 25 percent after making a 10th discovery in the region.
Dozens of industry representatives gathered in Aberdeen yesterday to help the North Sea partner with the new “El Dorado” of oil and gas.
Diplomats yesterday praised the “long-lasting relationship” being forged between Aberdeen and the South American nation of Guyana, while on a trade mission to the city.