GEORGETOWN/NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India, the world's third-largest crude consumer and importer, has approached Guyana's government about a possible long-term deal to buy the South American country's oil, a Guyanese official said.
GEORGETOWN/NEW DELHI India, the world's third-largest crude consumer and importer, has approached Guyana's government about a possible long-term deal to buy the South American country's oil, a Guyanese official said.
GEORGETOWN/NEW YORK Exxon Mobil Corp is pressing Guyana's newly-installed government for approval of its third offshore oil project, which has been under a months-long review that coincided with political turmoil in the South American country.
GEORGETOWN Preliminary data published by Guyana's elections commission shows that opposition candidate Irfaan Ali has won a recount of votes in March's presidential election following accusations the tally was manipulated.
GEORGETOWN, April 2 The recent plunge in crude
oil prices has had no impact on production at Guyana's flagship
Liza project, operated by Exxon Mobil Corp, but the
company plans to make adjustments as necessary, a spokeswoman
GEORGETOWN Guyana's top court on Sunday upheld an injunction blocking the elections commission from proclaiming a winner in this month's presidential election, delaying the results of a vote that has been marred by accusations of fraud.
GEORGETOWN A protester was shot dead as demonstrators took to the streets in Guyana on Saturday after opposition leaders and international observers accused the government of David Granger of rigging this week's presidential election.
GEORGETOWN Guyanese police on Friday surrounded an elections council office amid accusations that the results of this week's presidential election were altered to favor incumbent President David Granger, according to a Reuters witness.
GEORGETOWN Diplomats and foreign observers on Thursday questioned preliminary results of Guyana's presidential election as incumbent David Granger claimed victory and the opposition denounced fraud, setting up a showdown in the oil-rich South American nation.
GEORGETOWN Voters in Guyana were heading to the polls on Monday for an election that will decide who oversees an oil boom set to transform the poor South American country, which faces a test of whether it can sustainably manage a sudden influx of natural resource wealth.