Home Letters Spare us the opinions of foreign ‘experts’ with agendas
The latest Chatham House Fellow, Dr. Valerie Marcel, has said: “In an energy transition, it is important to think about how the mandate of the NOC (National Oil Company) can adapt to a world of the declining value of petroleum assets”, on July 19, 2022 in a section of the media.
I can only ask if this ‘industry expert’ has seen today’s price of oil, currently at US$101.20 per barrel (Brent Crude). Declining indeed! I would ask that Chatham House spare us the opinions of foreign ‘experts’ with agendas, and allow Guyanese to utilise their innate common sense and logical abilities.