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  • Suriname Oil Gas Industry Supply, Demand, Investment Opportunities, Infrastructure Competition Analysis
    ReportsnReports.com offers “Suriname Oil and Gas Markets Outlook to 2025 - Supply, Demand, Investment Opportunities, Infrastructure (Fields, Blocks, Pipelines, LNG, Refinery, Storage Assets) and Competition” research report in its store. Suriname Oil ...

  • National Youth Parliament launched
    We did extensive research across the region and internationally, looking at the Nevis, United Kingdom and Suriname Parliaments while still crafting something Barbadian in nature,” she said. Chairman of the youth Parliament sub-committee, Melissa Savoury ...

  • Newmont Publishes 2013 Sustainability Report
    Commissioning environmental and social impact assessments to support responsible growth in Nevada and Suriname; and Taking steps to improve future reporting through setting clear metrics and indicators based on business needs and stakeholder expectations.

  • Suriname: Government Holds On To One-seat Majority After Coalition Partner Booted Out
    PARAMARIBO (Suriname), April 15 (BERNAMA-NNN-CMC) -- The ruling MegaCombination coalition government has booted out one of its members after accusing it of playing "blackmail politics". Leader of Pertjajah Luhur (PL) party, Paul Somohardjo, confirmed that ...

  • Tyrone Spong undergoes successful surgery, says can be ‘training for a fight as soon as six months from now’
    The Dutch-Suriname fighter underwent successful leg surgery on Monday afternoon, and released a statement afterwards where he informed his fans that the procedure went "perfectly." "I want my family, friends and fans to know that I'm okay." Spong said in a ...

  • Woman arrested for smuggling cocaine in vagina
    PARAMARIBO, Suriname (CMC) — Police Monday confirmed they arrested a 24-year-old woman after a “cocaine ball” had been found in her vagina as she was preparing to board a flight to Amsterdam. Police said the cocaine weighed 2.317 grams and was ...

  • Caricom to present reparations demand letters to Europe in July
    Over in Suriname, demand letters will surely be handed to the Dutch while others like Trinidad and some of the smaller islands will also include Spain and France depending on their historical experiences. The regional commission is to next meet in Guyana ...

  • Suriname’s first female jet captain takes flight
    PARAMARIBO--Pictures of Suriname's first female jet captain conducting her first flight instilled pride over the weekend. Captain Astrid Deira, Surinam Airways' SLM's first female Pilot-in-Command to fly a Boeing 737, captained flight 421 from Paramaribo ...

  • First female Surinamese captain to pilot jet today
    The accomplished pilot has the distinction of being Surinam Airways’ first female jet pilot. Before being promoted to Captain, she previously flew as First Officer of the Airbus A340-311 on the Suriname to Amsterdam route for several years.

  • Suriname refinery expansion advances
    The construction phase is progressing for a major expansion and efficiency project to double crude capacity at the Tout Lui Faut refining complex about 12 miles south of Suriname’s capital city of Paramaribo (OGJ Online, Sept. 9, 2009). Precommissioning ...