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Stabroek:

see GeorgetownGeorgetown,
city (1985 est. pop. 75,000), capital and largest city of Guyana, on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Demerara River. It was known as Stabroek when the Dutch controlled the region and was renamed Georgetown in 1812, after the British had occupied the colony
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, Guyana.
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Additional exploration drilling is planned on the Stabroek Block for 2018, including potential appraisal drilling at the Ranger discovery.
Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited is operator and holds 45% interest in the Stabroek Block.
Iman Khan, staff writer for the Stabroek News, in reviewing the Guyana 2015 incident asks an important question in this regard: "Was this a war on trafficking or was this a way to criminalize and punish the women for their sex work?
For support of the interviewee's statement on the likelihood of more lawsuits at this point please see NAMILCO May Move to Caribbean Court over 'Dumping' of Trinidad Flour on Local Market, STABROEK NEWS (Guyana) (Apr.
According to the Stabroek News (15 September 2000), the interior regions of Guyana, particularly the rivers, have been exposed to varying degrees of mercury.
Stabroek News (2002) Report says Remittances from US at least US$90M per Annum.
Stabroek News (Georgetown, Guyana), March 17, 2004.
Stabroek Market's clock is by far the nation's most familiar, its four twelve-foot dials giving time, or some slight variation thereof, to the heart of Georgetown and to boats crossing the Demerara River.
39] Interview with Emelda Jones (17 October 1993): Stabroek News (21 October 1993).
Desiree Kissoon Jodah is a freelance reporter for the Guyana daily, The Stabroek News.
The Liza prospect with water depths of 1,500 to 1,900 meters is sited nearly 120 miles offshore Guyana in the Stabroek block which is run by ExxonMobil.