(Energy Advance, 17.Mar.2021) — GBS 2021 is the the meeting place for industry executives, experts, government stakeholders, local business owners delivering networking and valuable insight into the region’s potential; its challenges and the road ahead. GBS will feature a wealth of content, solutions, an abundance of networking opportunities and provide the region with an invaluable platform from which to drive investment, growth and prosperity.
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– Virtual Edition: 17-19 March.
– Physical Edition: 27-29 October in Georgetown, Guyana.
16 successful oil finds in less than 5 years, more than 6 billion barrels of oil reserves, multi-billion barrels of additional exploration potential, 3 FPSOs awarded and production ahead of schedule in December 2019 make a phenomenal case for the Guyana-Suriname Basins. The United States Geological Survey has estimated 13.6 billion barrels of oil and 32 trillion cubic feet of natural gas could lie in the Guyana-Suriname Basins, making it the 2nd most prospective, under-explored offshore oil basins in the world.
Guyana’s petroleum sector is growing quickly in popularity and importance among oil & gas companies and investors, offering a multitude of opportunities locally, regionally and internationally. It is right therefore that Georgetown should be the host for GBS 2021.