AmCham Guyana ‘Energy Mixer’ engages industry leaders in networking, collaboration
The Energy Sub-Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce of Guyana hosted “Energy Exchange: An AmCham Guyana Energy Mixer” on Monday evening at the Guyana Marriott Hotel, with Amcham acting as a catalyst for networking and collaboration in the energy sector.
The event brought together AmCham Guyana’s membership, industry leaders and key stakeholders within Guyana’s energy sector, providing a platform for discussions, information exchange and networking.
Attendees enjoyed the opportunity to participate in insightful conversations, make valuable connections, and share their experiences and knowledge in a relaxed and collaborative environment.
The presence and active participation of AmCham Guyana’s esteemed membership at the event were of paramount importance.
As key stakeholders in the energy industry, AmCham’s members possess valuable insights, experiences and perspectives that contribute to the overall success and impact of such gatherings.
Representatives from member companies, including ExxonMobil Guyana, Baker Hughes, MACORP, Halliburton, Mid Atlantic Oil and Gas, Guyana Logistics and Support Services, Expro Guyana, Scotiabank, Excel Guyana, N&S Algoo, PS Shipping and Customs Brokerage, BM Enterprise, Kojac, IRP Fire and Safety Guyana, Praetorian Executive Protection Services, TechnipFMC Guyana, ActionINVEST Caribbean, Arrow Oilfield Services, M. Sookhai & Co., Bechtel Limited, V-Net Communications, MBW Energy Support Services, Republic Bank Guyana Limited and Guyana Oil and Gas Support Services were in attendance.
Also in attendance were Prime Minister Brigadier (Ret’d) Mark Anthony Phillips, Minister within the Ministry of Public Works, Deodat Indar; Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Adrienne Galanek; Member of the U.S. Embassy’s commercial arm; Chief Executive Officer of the Guyana Energy Agency, Dr. Mahender Sharma; Investment Officer at the Guyana Office for Investment, Kegan Howard, and representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Both Prime Minister Phillips and Minister Indar complimented AmCham for hosting the event, and noted the mixer provided an important platform to accelerate the diversification of Guyana’s energy sector.
Shyam Nokta, Chair of AmCham’s Energy sub-committee, and Devindra Kissoon, President of AmCham, noted that the first of its kind event provided an invaluable platform for energy leaders to exchange ideas and to allow persons to meet in a non-business setting.
AmCham Guyana is committed to providing its members and the wider business community with opportunities to connect, network and build relationships, enabling them to stay at the forefront of developments in the energy sector and drive sustainable growth in Guyana’s business landscape.
The participation of industry leaders and government representatives reaffirmed the importance of collaboration and cooperation in driving Guyana’s energy sector forward. (AmCham Guyana)
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