Cushioned between Venezuela, Brazil and Suriname at the northern end of South America, a chance offshore oil discovery by ExxonMobil in 2015 has transformed Guyana into a lucrative new frontier of crude oil prospecting.

Now among the world’s top 20 oil reserves and the second highest in terms of potential among unexplored basins, the country’s 6.6 million-acre Stabroek Block is the largest crude discovery of recent years.

With rapid exploration underway across the region, Guyana’s domestic companies do not have the ability, skills and infrastructure to provide the broad range of services required. The country therefore offers a wealth of new business opportunities for Scottish energy companies with high quality products and services.
Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, are hosting an online trade mission. With an immediate need for Scottish firms to partner with indigenous companies, we invite Scottish companies to apply for the B2B meetings schedule for September 29 and 30. Please note that if selected for this mission, a booking fee of £100 will be applicable.

Email to request the application form.

Online via Zoom

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