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Venezuela Seeks To Block Guyana's Oil Recovery

 
Runs 2017-03-16 09:03:30 

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SnoopDog 2017-03-16 10:27:41 

In reply to Runs

Venezuela has blocked your link as well. lol

 
positiveg 2017-03-16 10:47:53 

In reply to SnoopDog

lol lol seeems so

 
Runs 2017-03-16 10:49:12 

In reply to SnoopDog

WHO IS PAYING ATTENTION TO THIS.

Approved agreement to reject oil operations in the Essequibo
El Nacional
15th March, 2017
The Energy and Petroleum Commission of the National Assembly approved an agreement rejecting the oil operations in the claim area of ​​the Essequibo, by the Government of Guyana, which violates the Geneva agreement of 1966 and Article 10 of The Bolivarian Constitution of Venezuela, which clearly establishes the Venezuelan territory.
The draft agreement was tabled by the vice-president of the parliamentary body, deputy for Zulia, Elías Matta, who explained that as stipulated in Article 5 of the Geneva Agreement, no resource can be exploited if there is no agreement between both nations.
Deputy Matta said the Guyana Government carried out the expansion of oil prospecting operations in May 2015, in which Exxon-Mobil reported a discovery at the Liza-1 well on the Stabroek Block. Likewise, on November 17, 2016, the commercialization of the same was announced, estimating its recoverable resources between 800 million and 1.4 billion barrels of high quality crude oil belonging to the coastal waters of the Essequibo, whose sovereignty belongs to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
"On January 12, 2017, ExxonMobil, through a press release, announced an oil discovery at the Payara-1 exploration well within the Stabroek Block, which is owned and operated by a subsidiary of ExxonMobil (45%), whose other partners in this project are subsidiaries of companies Hess (30%) and Nexen (25%), respectively. The Stabroek Block occupies an area of ​​26,800 square kilometers, which extends from territorial waters of Guyana to territorial waters of Venezuela. The maps and existing data consulted about the Payara-1 well indicate that it is located within the territorial waters of the Zone in Venezuelan Essequibo,” he argued.
He said that there are intentions of continuing to exploit other blocs, because it is known that there is high quality oil there, and therefore considers it urgent to approve this agreement that urges the national Government to implement the relevant diplomatic measures before the Republic of Guyana in defense of Territorial Sovereignty. As well as request, the exact location of the drilled wells and respective discoveries to determine, which of these are in Venezuelan territorial waters and in waters of the area in claim.
“We also urge the national government to send this agreement to Dag Halvor Nylander, who was appointed Personal Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Border Controversy between the Cooperative Republic of Guyana and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on February 27, 2017, to order immediately to suspend all operations carried out within the maritime area corresponding to the territory in claim until the dispute is resolved.”
He stressed that the agreement establishes a strong protest by the National Assembly to the Parliament of the Republic of Guyana to learn about the unilateral decision of its government to authorize such oil operations, breaching the Geneva Agreement and violating the Bolivarian Constitution of Venezuela. And to send the agreement to the diplomatic bodies located in the country to inform their governments about this violation of national sovereignty and violation of agreements and ignorance of treaties between sovereign nations by the government of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

 
bravos 2017-03-16 11:30:24 

In reply to Runs

Doh worry T&T would mediate and come to a mutually beneficial arrangement where all 3 of us can benefit.. a couple parang tune and a couple container of toilet paper and ketchup and dem big mout hawk and spit spanish will simmer down.. smile


we got your back..cool

oil haffi refine and distribute yinno!

 
Runs 2017-03-16 11:34:25 

In reply to bravos

lol

 
bravos 2017-03-16 11:37:44 

In reply to Runs

And after all with our 'terrorism' prowess we have the direct support and partnership with some the most powerful Western countries in the world as we forge ahead in a common cause against oppression in any form,Vene will listen to T&T..

 
tops 2017-03-16 12:38:15 

In reply to bravos
"we got your back.."
U a baje now? big grin lol

 
bravos 2017-03-16 13:53:29 

In reply to tops

Just looking after our interests,a healthy Guyana can repay T&T and open up new opportunities,as a I type I'm working on a Guyana quote right now..and there are many Gov't to Gov't agreements in the pipeline..

Guyana bring forth thy oil and gas sayeth T&T !! cool

 
sgtdjones 2017-03-16 15:34:01 

In reply to bravos

some mudlander will pull a swindle pon ya rass n ya gona be cumming
back home with ya tail between ya rass
Be careful

big grin big grin big grin big grin

 
bravos 2017-03-16 15:40:26 

In reply to sgtdjones

Doh worry I will walk with puncture proof rubbers and I will wear two when going to work!! Some ah dem muddy ladies always have a pin on standby..If dey like yuh is juk juk juk and before you even get to eat a good chicken curry yuh a new baby daddy and is at least 18 years ah pain!!lol


Doh worry I'll be vigilant!! All hail Trini! cool lol

 
bravos 2017-03-16 20:09:18 

Goooo T&T!!

Never letting an opportunity go by,always on the ball

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley this afternoon announced news he said would warm the hearts of citizens, saying that future of the local gas business was now assured.


Speaking during Thursday's post cabinet briefing in Port of Spain, Rowley said by the end of the month, he will make a trip to Houston with Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young to meet with officials from oil and gas giants Royal Dutch Shell, BP Global and Exxon Mobil.


Shell is expected to build a 17 kilometre (10.6 mile) pipeline from Venezuela's shallow-water Dragon gas field to its Hibiscus platform off the north coast of Trinidad.


He said the decision was made to go to Venezuela to obtain its gas source as that country does not have the infrastructure as Trinidad does for utilisation. “The project is now under the way and the anticipation is that we can have a gas sale agreement by July of this year,” he said.


We've got this Muddies!! We right in between! Literally!

He said that the Government is also keeping a close eye on Exxon and its investments in Guyana.


How cool is little T&T!!! That's bonus security for the next 30 years with other people resources,simply because we have the infrastructure,experience and markets in place and have proven ourselves to be at the forefront of the business,we will be heard..cool

 
sgtdjones 2017-03-16 20:26:04 

In reply to bravos

bravos

is Rawley paying Methanol the 350 million dem suing for after dem close dong two plants.
Since NGC car give em enough gas?

how bout dem US 2 billion in taxes lost, the gas shortage since 2010?

ah just asking ? ah doh belong to no political party .

big grin big grin big grin

 
bravos 2017-03-16 20:30:39 

In reply to sgtdjones

Bonus money coming...boom # 3,it coming..great work by Rowley,he inherited the gas issues...PNM has always been on top of the petro machinations...this is their forte..leave them to do their magic.. Kamla dropped the oil can.

 
sgtdjones 2017-03-16 20:37:18 

In reply to bravos

dont take em poor muddies money okkkk

big grin big grin big grin big grin

 
Runs 2017-03-16 20:57:02 

In reply to sgtdjones

Poor Muddies is an oxymoron dude cool

 
bravos 2017-03-16 21:06:25 

In reply to sgtdjones

You gonna be seeing plenty Trini companies and Trinis setting up in Guyana,Readymix and many otherss already setting up!! Pal please don't get banned I want you to be here if all goes well for my feedback from the ground in GT!! It should be fun. smile

 
sgtdjones 2017-03-16 21:28:25 

In reply to Runs

Exxon gonna rape the Guyanese people when dem finish if you gats 10% of the money
they make ur are lucky.

Exxon will deduct every penny they spend first if any is left over Guyana will get 10% .

The first money could be 5 years after they start pumping oil out de grung.

It how dem operate.

 
Norm 2017-03-17 04:45:03 

Venezuela is one of the world's most backward countries politically. They have border problems with all their neighbors, and even with Grenada in the Caribbean Sea.

They still cling to colonial politics, where everything claimed by Spain is theirs "by right" - the same Spain that they supposedly liberated themselves from.

This time, however, they may have bitten off much more than they can chew. Already the pariahs in the western world, they now choose to show the world how backward and bullying they are, by coveting what is, obvious to everyone but them, clearly outside their territorial waters. In this they join the likes of China, who claim the entire South China Sea, stretching to the shores of Indonesia and the Philipines - hundreds of miles away.

The oilfield in question lies off Georgetown and stretches eastward to the Corentyne. Venezuela is effectively claiming all the waters outside Guyana and some outside Suriname. Thus, ships sailing from Miami or London, for example, cannot get to Georgetown without crossing Venezuelan waters, per Venezuela.

All they need to do to "legitimize" this, of course, is to pass it through the Venezuelan congress.

What a bunch of sick and pathetic dreamers!

 
Larr Pullo 2017-03-17 05:08:58 

In reply to Norm

Don't you find it strange that oil was only found in Guyana after the Chavez govt ran foul of the Americans? I'm willing to lay coin that if Venezuela installs a govt that is friendly towards US interests, the oil will go away.

 
Runs 2017-03-17 06:22:40 

In reply to Larr Pullo

cool

 
ProWI 2017-03-17 10:14:29 

A chronology of the Venezuela-Guyana border dispute over the Essequibo

 
ProWI 2017-03-17 10:15:33 

In reply to Larr Pullo

Just remember who is the new US Sec. of State.

 
Norm 2017-03-18 00:37:38 

In reply to Larr Pullo

Don't you find it strange that oil was only found in Guyana after the Chavez govt ran foul of the Americans?

Plentiful oil in Guyana would suit the US, regardless of Veno politics. Competition for oil markets will tend to lower oil prices and help the US conserve on its strategic reserves.

It would be important to the US only that a US company controlled Guyana oil. By the same token, the US would want the Guyana oil industry to be efficient - again to help lower international oil prices.

 
Curtis 2017-03-18 10:13:40 

Time to put Venezuela out of their misery

 
problemjay 2017-03-18 22:31:25 

In reply to Curtis

Time to put Venezuela out of their misery


What you suggesting? You think dem Guyanese soldiers ready for any war with dem Venezuelans. Dem Vens who used to fighting through civil wars and riots, dem does eat and sleep combat. When GT soldiers see what is war dey will pee themselves evil

 
Curtis 2017-03-19 11:46:43 

In reply to problemjay

EXXON has the right connections to make it happen

 
bravos 2017-03-19 12:36:11 

In reply to problemjay

You sound like a fan of those people,is it because they fair skin and you can get 2 for the price of 1? You are a fan of a people who like to juk out yuh eye..and stab you in the back and spit on the house floor..and Vene dare not attack Guyana,what the hell you think it is?and you think they can afford a war now? You think sensible citizens would support that? What are they gonna feed the soldiers,oil?

You think Guyana won't be defended by our allies? Steups let dem lowlife Spanish get their house in order first,relax ok fan boy/girl..

 
RoyalDad 2017-03-19 14:45:10 

In reply to Norm

So what's your point?

 
problemjay 2017-03-19 15:18:44 

Someone in here obviously have sin color inferior complex, and to add also delusional talking about defended by allies twisted which ally? Trinidad? easy to bribe with a red solo and two doubles evil No Caricom ally going to any military war, Guyana will have to depend on America if in that predicament

 
Norm 2017-03-19 15:18:49 

In reply to RoyalDad

"This time they may have bitten off more than they can chew".

 
bravos 2017-03-19 15:54:38 

In reply to problemjay

No you always rating up Vene people in front of Trini/Caribbean..always kissing their culo..

 
sgtdjones 2017-03-19 21:43:29 

In reply to bravos

bravos

PJ is from Spain. He immigrated to T&T to work fer Manning .

take it easy pon he naw , the bwoy not to bright .

big grin big grin big grin big grin

He has no idea that Guyana have defence pact with England and merica.