To avoid pitfalls, Canada/Guyana Chamber secures partnership with Energy NL
Focused on deriving the best success and avoiding the pitfalls, the Canada/Guyana Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Energy NL, opening vast connections for locals to Canada’s energy industry.
The formalisation of the partnership, which has been in the making, also provides a range of business opportunities with Energy NL committing to share its market intelligence and information on business and marketing opportunities.
The MoU was signed at the sidelines of the ongoing 2023 International Energy conference at the Guyana Marriott Hotel, Kingston, Georgetown.
According to Charlene Johnson, Energy NL’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the company is excited about coming to Guyana and sharing its expertise while at the same time exchanging knowledge derived from similar experiences.
“We intend to take advantage of shared experiences and the know-how,” she said.
Chamber Chairman, Anand Beharry, explained that the agreement provides the platform to better engage business interest among Energy NL membership and the wider Guyanese business community.
“We they were 20 years ago is where we are today, so their experiences will benefit us in an incredible way.
“They have a level of knowledge of where we should go and how to avoid the pitfalls. Energy NL is really excited to ensure we succeed,” Beharry said.
He noted too that with engagements ongoing, the new agreement stands to accelerate those engagements.
The Chamber is a non-partisan, bilateral institution promoting trade between Canada, Guyana and others.