Guyana just discovered it owns enough oil to solve all its problems — and cause even bigger ones.
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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Amid the narrow streets and rusty docks of Georgetown, the quiet capital of Guyana, the first signs of an oil boom are visible.
Steel pipe destined for deep-water projects can be seen stacked on wharves near the city center.
Over at the Marriott, the country’s only five-star hotel, the bar fills up throughout the day with Brazilian oil workers and American contractors.
Boats embark from a new depot on the Demerara River, ferrying supplies to oil projects hundreds of miles from the…