Day 1 of AAPG ICE Highlights: Staatsolie Executive Angéle Ramsaransing – Karg

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(Energy Analytics Institute, 19.Apr.2022) — Highlights from Staatsolie Executive Angéle Ramsaransing – Karg during her presentation in Cartagena, Colombia on day 1 of the AAPG International Conference & Exhibition (ICE) taking place between 19-22 April 2022.

Comments from Staatsolie Executive Angéle Ramsaransing – Karg

— Staatsolie looks to maintain production from its onshore fields even though the future of the portfolio will be dominated by offshore activities: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Staatsolie’s refinery can process 15,000 b/d and production is currently around 16,000 b/d: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Staatsolie’s power generated was 85% of the energy needed by Suriname: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Suriname has had a carbon negative economy since 2014: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Suriname is 1 of 3 countries to sign the Carbon Negative Declaration at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), alongside Bhutan and Panama: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Gas to take on more importance in the future: Ramsaransing – Karg

— Carbon credits and CO2 emissions to be considered in next bid round as a minimum bidding criteria: Ramsaransing – Karg


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