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Want to learn more about the exciting developments and business opportunities in the Guyana-Suriname Basin?
As Exxon and Tullow announce yet more significant discoveries in Guyana, and Apache continue with their drilling program in Suriname, this is a great time to investigate the opportunities in the region. ‘One Basin Three Nations’ is organising a Trade Mission from 21st – 25th October to coincide with their annual conference which will be held in Paramaribo this year.
This mission will spend two days in Guyana, a day in Suriname, and then two days at the conference and will enable participants to connect with leading organisations and key stakeholders in both Guyana and Suriname through an extensive pre-arranged agenda. Meetings and site visits will include Operators, Service Companies, Government officials, Chambers of Commerce, Trade Associations and, perhaps most importantly, local companies that are looking for International partners.
The mission will culminate with the conference in Paramaribo where one of the key themes will be to look at International collaboration to support the development of local content via capacity building initiatives and partnerships with foreign companies that can both complement and enhance the local supply chain, as well as the planning and development of infrastructure projects to support the rapid growth in offshore activity.
For further information on the mission and conference agenda etc. please contact Neil McIntosh of Aberdeen International Associates Neil@aiascot.co.uk or Harvey Bijnaar of One Basin Three Nations info@email@example.com
Applications for the mission are open until Friday 4th October whilst you can register to attend the conference only until Friday 18th.