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Guyana oil production in for the long haul

Guyana’s oil production looks set to grow quickly over the next few years even if the total volume can only play a small role in raising global supply. That said, substantial reserves and low break-even costs should mean that it can continue to produce well after global oil demand begins to fall.

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