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It’s in our interest to turn the page on relations with Suriname

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American Airlines starts flying 5 times a week from Miami to Suriname

MIAMI – American Airlines became the first and only U.S. carrier to offer nonstop service from Miami International Airport to Suriname, a former Dutch colony in South America where offshore oil exploration has been booming. The new nearly 5-hour flights to Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport near Suriname’s capital city of Paramaribo, operate five times a week. The airport, better known as JAP, is about an hour’s drive away from…
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Hess expects 10 active rigs in the Guyana-Suriname basin over next year – Nasdaq

Hess expects 10 active rigs in the Guyana-Suriname basin over next year  Nasdaq…
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After Dutch Literary Prize winner says Suriname ‘needed’ former president Bouterse, organisers cancel her award ceremony

Surinamese author Astrid Heli Roemer in 2016. Photo by Raúl Neijhorst via Wikimedia Commons, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Noted Surinamese writer, Astrid Roemer, who this year became the first writer from her country to receive the prestigious Dutch Literary Prize (Prijs der Nederlandse Letteren), has made some now-infamous comments that seem set to be ingrained in her legacy. The uproar concerns Roemer’s description of…
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Suriname’s Fly All Ways granted permission for US charters

The US Department of Transportation has tentatively granted Suriname’s Fly All Ways Airlines (8W, Paramaribo Int’l) a Foreign Air Carrier Permit and Exemption Authority for passenger and any other charters to the United States for a period of two years, the regulator announced in a filing. Pending the finalisation of the order, any objections may be submitted to the DOT within 21 days from the filing on August 18, 2021.…
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Guyana, Suriname eye further drilling from oil majors after discoveries

Aug 18 (Reuters) – Guyana and Suriname expect continued exploratory drilling over the next two years by oil majors in their joint offshore basin after a string of recent discoveries, government officials and corporate executives said at a conference on Wednesday. The neighboring South American countries, along with Brazil, attracted the most attendees to sessions at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston this week, outshining discussions of the U.S. and…
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Brazil tempted by the success of the Suriname and Guyana oil basin developments

Tuesday, August 17th 2021 – 20:45 UTC Full article The ex Dutch colony of Suriname, following offshore discoveries, has become a most promising oil and gas province Exploration and development of oil and gas resources in the ex Dutch colony of Suriname, now an independent country, was the main point of the agenda addressed by Brazilian foreign minister Carlos Franca and his Surinamese peer Albert Randim, during a meeting held…
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APA ‘very encouraged’ by Suriname offshore appraisal drilling – Seeking Alpha

APA ‘very encouraged’ by Suriname offshore appraisal drilling  Seeking Alpha…
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Suriname, Guyana announce near simultaneous oil finds – Stabroek News

Oil and gas firms TotalEnergies and Apache Corporation have discovered more oil off the coast of Suriname. The duo has hit oil at the Sapakara South-1 offshore well at Block 58, where they’ve previously made the Maka Central, Sapakara West, Kwaskwasi, and Keskesi oil discoveries. The Saparak Sapakara South-1 discovery was made four kilometers southeast of the Sapakara West-1 discovery.…
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Suriname, the Next Offshore Oil Hot Spot?

Offshore drilling in Guyana, mainly by ExxonMobil, has in the past years unearthed more than 9 billion barrels of oil equivalent, making Guyana a place to be when it comes to deepwater exploration, and as of December 2019, production, with multiple FPSOs planned for deployment in the coming years. Explorers in nearby Suriname have been hoping to replicate Exxon’s Guyana successes, and have recently to some degree succeeded, with Apache…
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