Exxon facilitates oil spill management training

 

 

DPI, GUYANA, Thursday, October 26, 2017

More than fifty persons benefited from oil spill management training over the last three days which was facilitated by ExxonMobil.

Today, the course concluded with a demonstration of how the various tools are used in an oil spill at the Splashmin’s Resort on the Linden Soesdyke Highway. The training, called University of Spill Management, provided information on dispersants, tools used and structure of response strategies among other exercises.

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Guyana Government’s “Consultative Meeting” With Guyanese-Canadians On It’s Diaspora Engagement Strategy Elicited More Questions Than Answers

Guyana Government’s “Consultative Meeting” With Guyanese-Canadians On It’s Diaspora Engagement Strategy Elicited More Questions Than Answers

Standing, from left to right, are: Acting Consul General for Guyana in Toronto, Candida Daniels; Robert Natiello, IOM Regional Coordination and Chief of Mission in Guyana; Gillian Williams; Arnon Mantver, IOM Consultant on the Draft Strategy; Guyana High Commissioner to Canada, Clarissa Riehl; and Michael Brotherson, Head of the Diaspora Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Photo by Sharmon Carrington.

The Guyana Consulate General in Toronto recently solicited the participation of Guyanese nationals, at a “consultative meeting” — held on September 27 — on Guyana’s Draft Diaspora Engagement Strategy.
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Gov’t committed to working with Guyanese diaspora -Min. Harmon tells workshop

Members of the Head-table,from Left:Entrepreneur Diaspora Representative, United States of America, Clifton Mc Donald; CEO for GO- Invest, Owen Verwey;Minister of State and Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Joseph Harmon;Regional Coordination Officer for the Caribbean and Chief of Mission in Guyana, Robert Natiello and Head, Diaspora Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Michael Brotherson,along with the participants who will be participating in the ‘Go See Visit Project 2017’

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Gov’t committed to working with Guyanese diaspora -Min. Harmon tells workshop

Members of the Head-table,from Left:Entrepreneur Diaspora Representative, United States of America, Clifton Mc Donald; CEO for GO- Invest, Owen Verwey;Minister of State and Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Joseph Harmon;Regional Coordination Officer for the Caribbean and Chief of Mission in Guyana, Robert Natiello and Head, Diaspora Unit, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Michael Brotherson,along with the participants who will be participating in the ‘Go See Visit Project 2017’

Efforts by the Government to intensify discussions with the diaspora on entrepreneurial opportunities have advanced one step further with the hosting of the Go See Visit 2017 project.

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