Latest News for: Guyana shipping

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Rishi Sunak was given a

The Daily Mail 16 Jun 2024
Kazan was picked up by an RAF Poseidon P8 anti-submarine aircraft on June 5, expected to head on to Venezuela and Guyana where British ships had recently been conducting patrols.
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IMO Piracy Report: Seven ships attacked during April 2024

SAFETY4SEA 29 May 2024
Five robbers armed with pistols boarded the ship ... During berthing maneuvers at Georgetown Port, Guyana, three unauthorized persons armed with knives boarded the ship ... SOUTH AMERICA (A), Georgetown Port, Guyana.
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Namibian oil exports could underpin new tanker trades by 2030

Seatrade Maritime News 07 May 2024
The West African country, like Guyana, is not a member of OPEC. But energy production in Guyana is climbing quickly. Current output in Guyana is about 600,000 barrels a day, according to Poten estimates, mostly shipped to markets in Europe and Asia.
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Britain can position itself in dangerous era thanks to defence spending commitment

AOL 23 Apr 2024
Last year, we evacuated British citizens from Sudan, deployed the Army on peacekeeping duties in Kosovo, and sent a ship to reassure Guyana in the wake of Venezuela’s expansionist rhetoric ... ships.
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IMO highlights two fraudulent shipping registries

Splash24/7 22 Apr 2024
Having struggled with Guyana, India’s Aryavart Corporation then created the Eswatini Maritime Affairs and International Ship Registry as a private company in Singapore late last year, registering ...
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US suspected of building ‘secret military bases’ in oil-rich Latin American region

Russia Today 04 Apr 2024
The Latin American leader was speaking at a ceremony commemorating a recent law defending Guyana Essequibo ... The British Royal Navy deployed patrol ship HMS Trent to Guyana in January to show its backing for the country.
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Tate and Lyle faces Caribbean demands for reparations over indentured labour

AOL 12 Mar 2024
British refiner Tate and Lyle sourced sugar from the colony of British Guiana, now Guyana, where plantations were worked by indentured labourers shipped from India to replace newly freed slaves.
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Boris Johnson briefed Foreign Office after Maduro visit

The Times/The Sunday Times 11 Mar 2024
Johnson was holidaying in the Dominican Republic, when he flew by private jet to Caracas last month ... and ... Venezuela goes ahead with vote to grab a slice of oil-rich Guyana ... Royal Navy ship to support Guyana in Venezuela border dispute ... .
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UK Export Finance deal lands £4.5m Guyana contract for structural steel firm

The Business Desk 08 Mar 2024
The company has now shipped 1,900 tonnes of structural steel to Guyana where it will be used by VAMED Engineering GmbH as it builds the new hospital in the capital, Georgetown ... Jane Miller, British High Commissioner to Guyana, said.
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Venezuela calls in oil debt it once traded away for literal beans

Stars and Stripes 24 Feb 2024
Guyana sent rice; Nicaragua shipped cattle; Jamaica contributed cement materials; for Cuba it was doctors ... Even as global prices for crude fell, Maduro kept shipping oil to the Caribbean under generous terms.
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The Pepper-Pot President: King of the Jungle, Episode 3

The American Spectator 24 Feb 2024
April 30, 2024, Georgetown, Guyana ... “The things we’re going to talk about, everybody in Guyana will need to be engaged in them,” he said ... “Which is why we’re going to need to get Guyana caught up,” said Pierce ... May 3, 2024, Liberty Point, Guyana.
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Oil spill crisis in Caribbean Sea: satellite images reveal escalation

Madhyamam 18 Feb 2024
Grenada's Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo indicated that Trinidad has sought information from Guyana about the ship's destination, expressing willingness to collaborate if capacity allows.
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Tourism crisis in Trinidad and Tobago: Oil spill forces closure of beach resorts at Caribbean coastlines

Hindustan Times 17 Feb 2024
The nearby Scarborough cruise ship port is being protected from the spill by containment booms ... The twin-island nation's government said the ship's origin was Panama and it was bound for Guyana.
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