Arthur Deakin, Energy Director at Americas Market Intelligence (AMI) was interviewed for Oil Now about the Guyana licensing round. “Arthur Deakin believes that oil majors looking to grab up prime blocks in Guyana’s first-ever licensing round may need to include a few attractive incentives to increase their chances of being selected.”

According to Oil Now’s article, “Deakin pointed out that one option is to provide guarantees of socially or environmentally impactful investments in local communities with a percentage of the profit oil. This would be especially beneficial since while Guyana is pursuing its rapid oil agenda, it still adheres to set climate goals.”

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In leading AMI’s energy practice, Arthur oversees dozens of studies in the sector, focusing on market feasibility, ESG due diligence, market entry, opportunity benchmarking, partnering studies and other strategic areas for energy companies operating in Latin America.