Does anyone know if the contract signed with Exxonmobil is available for public viewing?

I am coming to the conclusion that this deal is far too big to be left to any one party. It requires a team of people from all sections of society to overlook this. We don't want any Nigerian etc scam where a few people end up taking all the money and leaving the country in poverty.

GTAngler posted:
Django posted:
Mr.T posted:

I am interested in reading the contract signed with Exxon. Anybody got a copy or a link to a copy?

http://oilnow.gy/discoveries/b...exxonmobil-contract/

Click on link,contract at bottom of article.

Was there any other contract signed before this one?

Yes there is one signed by the PPP gov't in 1999,which expired.

http://dpi.gov.gy/contracts/

Found the link above for other contracts

Django posted:
GTAngler posted:
Django posted:
Mr.T posted:

I am interested in reading the contract signed with Exxon. Anybody got a copy or a link to a copy?

http://oilnow.gy/discoveries/b...exxonmobil-contract/

Click on link,contract at bottom of article.

Was there any other contract signed before this one?

Yes there is one signed by the PPP gov't in 1999,which expired.

Thank you Fact Guru.

GTAngler posted:
Django posted:
GTAngler posted:
Django posted:
Mr.T posted:

I am interested in reading the contract signed with Exxon. Anybody got a copy or a link to a copy?

http://oilnow.gy/discoveries/b...exxonmobil-contract/

Click on link,contract at bottom of article.

Was there any other contract signed before this one?

Yes there is one signed by the PPP gov't in 1999,which expired.

Thank you Fact Guru.

Check prior post found link for other contracts.

I may have a copy of the old contract signed by the PPP.

From the 2016 contract I picked out that the government appears to be giving away the gas that is found with the oil. I hope that I have misread it since that gas is very valuable and a huge revenue stream in places like Europe and Russia.

Mr.T posted:

From the 2016 contract I picked out that the government appears to be giving away the gas that is found with the oil. I hope that I have misread it since that gas is very valuable and a huge revenue stream in places like Europe and Russia.

I spoke to one of my relatives in GT working with the Govt and Exxon.  They intend to capture the NG and store in ships for export and some will be consumed domestically!  The full details are still to be worked out.

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

When so many of us who know better and are also better qualified to do the job, but decide to emigrate instead of going back to make Guyana great again, it should come as no surprise that those who were left behind are so incompetent.

Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

Coming from Billy Rum Goat, the word s/b goatish. 

Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

You and yuh bass lilmohan don't like people calling out your beloved PNC for their mistakes.   BRB has a right to his opinion, and you should respect that instead of feeling the urge to defend PNC incompetency.

Drugb posted:
Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

You and yuh bass lilmohan don't like people calling out your beloved PNC for their mistakes.   BRB has a right to his opinion, and you should respect that instead of feeling the urge to defend PNC incompetency.

Do you know that you are one of your kind to be the first to be domesticated? 

Mitwah posted:
Drugb posted:
Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

You and yuh bass lilmohan don't like people calling out your beloved PNC for their mistakes.   BRB has a right to his opinion, and you should respect that instead of feeling the urge to defend PNC incompetency.

Do you know that you are one of your kind to be the first to be domesticated? 

I see you couldn't let djangy handle this one by himself. De supervisor had to step in. 

Drugb posted:
Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

You and yuh bass lilmohan don't like people calling out your beloved PNC for their mistakes.   BRB has a right to his opinion, and you should respect that instead of feeling the urge to defend PNC incompetency.

I am aware you don't comprehend why i said the sentence highlighted is dotish.

Billy didn't respond,you jumped in making a fool of yourself.

Django posted:
Drugb posted:
Django posted:
Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

If this new contract with the oil companies is as bad as reported by independent sources then I would say this is the PNC's way of selling out to the former masters to suppress the Indos of Guyana. Who benefits best in the long-term? I think the people who got the lion's share will since they possess an immense knowledge of investment and financial management. All groups will be short-changed and the journey to the North will continue as is the case with Trinidad and Venezuela. 

The most dotish sentence i have read in a long while.

Some good points are made,until your twisted logic was stitched in.

You and yuh bass lilmohan don't like people calling out your beloved PNC for their mistakes.   BRB has a right to his opinion, and you should respect that instead of feeling the urge to defend PNC incompetency.

I am aware you don't comprehend why i said the sentence highlighted is dotish.

Billy didn't respond,you jumped in making a fool of yourself.

djangy bai yuh falling down pun de jab. Lilmohan yuh bass already step in to answer the post. No promotion fuh next review period, Lilly think yuh can't handle the position. 

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