‘Significant progress’ on gas to shore project in the coming year
Dated: September 16th, 2020
The newly elected Guyana government has affirmed its position on a gas to shore project, committing to developing a natural gas power generation facility in order to cut the country’s energy cost by some 60 percent; and ExxonMobil Guyana says that it expects significant progress to be made on this project in the coming year.
“I also expect that there will be significant progress on a gas to shore project. There is already a significant foundation in place,” said Alistair Routledge, ExxonMobil Guyana’s President. “We have completed studies and offshore surveys on the pipeline, and we are ready to work with the government on the plans.”
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