Guyanese are proud people....

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link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/15/19, 11:16:59 AM 
In reply to jala

Good,I'm rooting for Guyana,great business prospects... wink

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/15/19, 11:38:07 AM 
Just one more recent example..

Ramps Logistics Operations Director (Guyana), Richard DeNobrega, told OilNOW that securing the contract with Tullow Oil means a lot for the Guyana component of the company since it demonstrates confidence in the country. “Ramps Guyana, through its subsidiary El Dorado Offshore, has been contributing significantly to local content development in Guyana. We have increased our Guyanese staff complement to 250. I know, and I am very confident that we will not disappoint, and we will make Guyana very proud.”



Since 2015, Ramps has provided the full complement of cross-border logistics services to ExxonMobil, in support of their exploration and development drilling in Guyana. Ramps has also managed similar cross-border projects for Tullow Oil and Kosmos Energy in Suriname during 2017 and 2018.


T&T would not be denied and it's share will always be it's share no matter what and long before everyone else have to divide the rest lol,coupled with all the other opportunities where Guyana simply isn't equipped to satisfy in many sectors as the country develops.


Guyana's success is T&T's and we have much to offer,and our heads would be held high in Guyana,this is our petro business legacy at work,this strategic advantage didn't occur overnight.....

Go Guyana ,allyuh start de pumpin quick nah,!!

link steveo Joined: Apr 30, 2007
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5/15/19, 3:45:32 PM 
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you are incorrect...bro, be a Guyanese for once... smh.... you are so negative and pessimistic ..well, since 2015..soooo...yeh...


I am negative because Guyana is a failed state and has no future, watch and see the shit that comes with this oil.

Look at the integrity of a govt where the attorney general believe his personality can bend the laws to suit him, where the criminals are the police when off duty.

All the best Guyanese have migrated, only the skunts have remained to fleece and mismanage the country.

Guyana is doomed, doomed I say!!! lol lol

link jala Joined: Apr 24, 2004
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5/15/19, 3:53:01 PM 
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we are already trending upwards, away from the dark days pre 2015, and nothing your unpatriotic rants will change ....

link steveo Joined: Apr 30, 2007
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5/15/19, 3:56:55 PM 
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we are already trending upwards, away from the dark days pre 2015, and nothing your unpatriotic rants will change ....


Yes the crime, overstayed visas, government salaries are all going up up !!!

link nick2020 Joined: Jul 1, 2012
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5/15/19, 4:45:19 PM 
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And Trinis winking at the prospects of taking money out the coffers.

link steveo Joined: Apr 30, 2007
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5/15/19, 5:23:29 PM 
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And Trinis winking at the prospects of taking money out the coffers.


A trumpian disciple

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/15/19, 5:34:33 PM 
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You have to be well equipped and a viable option to do that..

T&T has earned that right with our equipment and expertise...we have a ridiculous amount of that..

link Kay Joined: Jan 31, 2015
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5/15/19, 8:11:22 PM 
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Because of hard times, we have had to migrate to places, where we were not always warmly welcomed. Despite the hard times, we have never lost the love for our Country.

Waaaaahaaaaah!!! You now sucking up to the place you abandoned decades ago ……. alyuh like saran wrap smile smile

Corrected and apologies to camos. The quote belongs to black

link jala Joined: Apr 24, 2004
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5/16/19, 12:49:09 PM 
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ahmmmmm
crime has never been lower in Guyana when we compare stats and safety ober the last 20 years,,,,,,....

and you talking about overstaying?.... the numbers under the previous dispensation were huge and far more that what was published yesterday! i'm sure u overstayed too hahahaaaaaaaaaaa

link nick2020 Joined: Jul 1, 2012
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5/16/19, 1:27:51 PM 
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we have a ridiculous amount of that..


And trickiness too. Let us not forget that!

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/16/19, 1:52:38 PM 
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I realizing more and more that's a Caribbean thing..

link problemjay Joined: Aug 3, 2014
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5/16/19, 1:58:16 PM 
One guy creating a thread with HOPES and DREAMS that Guyana is now land of milk and honey and now the land of opportunities, speaking in the future without waiting to actually see what happens. Going so far as to say the tables have now turned, what tables? Guyana is the same way today as it was last thirty years. Best you WAIT and see what happens. We all want regional nations to prosper but just making wild predictions and assumptions instead of looking at reality does not change the facts

Another clown in this thread saying "Trinis flocking to Guyana". In what alternative Universe do you live? Why in th hell would Trinis be flocking to Guyana today or in the past? There is NO widespread job opportunities in Guyana. Such statement should be supported by statistics and not just a wild imagination.

Old men in here again grasping for straws evil

link steveo Joined: Apr 30, 2007
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5/16/19, 2:12:26 PM 
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ahmmmmm
crime has never been lower in Guyana when we compare stats and safety ober the last 20 years,,,,,,....

and you talking about overstaying?.... the numbers under the previous dispensation were huge and far more that what was published yesterday! i'm sure u overstayed too hahahaaaaaaaaaaa


Please stick to reality and not the straight up BS of the granger administration

There have been major robberies at places of business, almost 2 a week for this month.

There was one less than a mile away from me where men discharged high powered weapons against the police. In that incident, the police station which is about 300 yards away, no police did not respond to the gunshots. On calling them, they did not respond, saying they did not know the location (300 yards away). People had to run on foot to fetch the police, before they were present on the scene.

Another robbery yesterday. The 911 system was down, and no response for the victims at time of incident.

Is there a trend here? Which right thinking individual would want to invest and operate in this country? People will only come to reap the riches and take them back to a safe and positive environment.

The overstay stats was on the news, trending upwards, do you understand what upwards mean?

As for my status with the US, a vapid, vacuous individual like urself would envy it lol lol

link black Joined: Feb 27, 2004
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5/16/19, 2:32:57 PM 
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So you are telling me that if Guyana use its money to build up its infrastructure, invest in its people and attract more foreign investors, it's not going to make a difference?

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/16/19, 2:33:51 PM 
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yeah, engineers, technicians.........well anywhere you have an oil and gas business, you have trinis.


Simple as that,let them do some research lol..

link bravos Joined: Oct 13, 2009
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5/16/19, 2:38:54 PM 
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You know PJ can be a bit rough round the edges,but I think he just means it would take plenty time and $$$ to just come up to acceptable standard etc,..it's not just $ /population sum so be cautious on that perception..

If the Guyanese architects of this deal aren't proactive,focused and open minded and simply view it as oil out $$'s in arrangement you not gonna see the kinda fortunes and long-term growth you're anticipating..

They need to align any wind-fall with other well thought out activities to really set the tone for the next 50 years.

T&T didn't do too badly in that regard,and because of that we are able to ride out the bad times like we have,we're in positive growth again without any increased production or new discoveries..

Trinis have been returning to T&T at a very high rate since the mid 90's and currently has the lowest US visa overstay rate in the region and second lowest in the world and even lower than or on par with some countries that don't require visas,when a country can achieve that it is winning,no matter the amount of barrels/day...

It's everything else and not oil alone,but oil empowered us to that standard over time,it even gave us the steel-pan,and from our industrial experiences we approach all tasks in a very professional way observing international best practices/standards etc,the evidence is everywhere,from our food industry to our diverse manufacturing sector,it's not magic why people don't get sick en masse here with all our spicy street food etc,we take standards very seriously believe it or not..

T&T is still growing and even experiencing growing pains but it's gonna take decades for Guyana to become such a machine,and it can only happen with good 'tooling' by those in charge,if the Guyanese gold and mineral industry can be used as a guide you should be very concerned and very interested in what sorta plans they have to fully leverage this black golden opportunity .

link Curtis Joined: Dec 3, 2002
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5/17/19, 3:30:09 PM 
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What you smoking bro? Crime lowest since 2015?

You gotta be a joker.

link Curtis Joined: Dec 3, 2002
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5/17/19, 3:30:15 PM 
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What you smoking bro? Crime lowest since 2015?

You gotta be a joker.

link steveo Joined: Apr 30, 2007
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5/17/19, 5:01:39 PM 
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Conveniently blind, how can a country with people like this ever improve...

thats why I say: failed state

best the brits come back

link BeatDball Joined: Jul 19, 2014
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5/17/19, 6:13:27 PM 
In reply to steveo It's very simple Steveo, but nuff people are vexed when I say, Socishitists are weak on law enforcement. Their term in office is always marred by high crime, littered streets, bribery & corruption, etc. They talk the good talk, just to get in power, then dont do shoite. Always want to be judged on their intentions & not accomplishments! They are hypocrites. Want to see order? Look at Rwanda! Why are the Chinese, Europeans, Americans, Indians, Paks, etc. running to invest there??? Very simple...clean capital city, low crime rate, zero corruption, etc.

cool

link Curtis Joined: Dec 3, 2002
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5/17/19, 6:51:31 PM 

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