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At present PGH is involved in three (3) major projects

1. PGH is engaged in the exploration of oil and natural gas; and will exploit and extract oil and natural gas in Haiti in conjunction with the government of Haiti. On this venture, PGH also affiliates with and entered into a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) with Caribbean Well Service Company Limited (CWS), a company registered and operated in Trinidad & Tobago to operate the oil and natural gas projects in Haiti along with other projects in accordance with their mutual partnership agreement. And based on the data obtained, the possibility of existence of oil and natural gas in Haiti is very promising.

2. Infrastructure is essential to sustain an appropriately safe method to transport the related petroleum products and, therefore, PGH increased its efforts to contact other foreign companies to form a Joint Venture (JV) to design, build and operate a seaport in Haiti by providing an intelligent concept of PPP or P3 (Public Private Partnership). These efforts eventually bore fruit and the expected results were obtained. A number of foreign companies decided to form a Consortium/Joint Venture (JV) with PGH, for the execution of a much larger seaport project with an expected area between 250 and 300 hectors of land, the first of its kind in the Caribbean, which includes the oil port. PGH has sought the Haitian government’s approval and partnership on this project.

As such, the second initiative is derived chiefly from the first. Infrastructure is essential to sustain an appropriately safe method to transport the related petroleum products and, therefore, PGH increased its efforts to contact other foreign companies to form a Joint Venture (JV) to design, build and operate a seaport in Haiti by providing an intelligent concept of PPP or P3 (Public Private Partnership). These efforts eventually bore fruit and the expected results were obtained. A number of foreign companies decided to form a Consortium/Joint Venture (JV) with PGH, for the execution of a much larger seaport project with an expected area between 250 and 300 hectors of land, the first of its kind in the Caribbean, which includes the oil port. PGH has sought the Haitian government’s approval and partnership on this project.

The seaport is expected to accommodate several cruise ships and even the boats of the second generation PANAMEXships in excess of 450m in length. The seaport will also have all modern equipment and materials, the cutting edge of technology. Equipped with dry dock, marina and towing ship, the port will offer a variety of services including ship repair and bunkering. The proposed seaport development will provide an advantageous alternative to the saturation of the Panama Canal.

3. Finally, for the development and construction of the abovementioned large scale projects there is always a need for high quality specification construction materials. As such, PGH has partnered with Geominex Resources Limited, a company registered and operating in Trinidad and Tobago, which specializes in geological, mining and exploitation of energy and minerals (metallic and non-metallic) resources, to develop a mammoth quarry for the production of aggregates and other construction, concrete and roadstone related materials to meet the expected demand for the materials during the construction phase of the port. These are the chief initiatives that govern the present operation of PGH and guide it towards a bright and illustrious future.Geominex Resourceswill also be assisting PGH in its development of Crude oil once refined to make “white” products such as liquefied petroleum gas(cooking gas), gasoline, kerosene, and dieselandresidual fuel oil.



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