Changing Oil And Gas Relationships Require Wider Debate

Since then it has become apparent that Trinidad and Guyana are close to signing a memorandum that will provide for help and advice on Guyana’s emerging oil and gas sector. This long discussed and locally controversial idea will, according to Dr. Rowley, open the way for Trinidadian “companies to participate in that prosperity that is coming to the Guyanese even if Guyanese oil does not come to our refinery.” Trinidad’s Prime Minister also reportedly told the same political meeting in Marabella that new opportunities may emerge in Jamaica because of its growing use of LNG and disinterest in Venezuelan oil.

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Changing oil and gas relationships require wider debate
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