Touchstone focusing on Coho, Cascadura
Posted: Thursday, September 14, 2023
Touchstone focusing on Coho, Cascadura gas supply
"Minister Young discussed the importance of hydrocarbon exploration and production to the government and people of Trinidad and Tobago and indicated that whilst working with the stakeholders in the energy sector to increase oil and gas production the government was also focused on decarbonising the industry and incorporating global goals for tackling climate change," a release from the Energy Ministry stated.
T&T's US$560m bond oversubscribed
The ministry said the proceeds from the issuance and sale of the Notes will be used for refinancing the outstanding 4.375 per cent notes due January 2024.
Hinds: My fate entirely in PM's hands
Amid calls from the public for his removal as the murder toll hit the 400 mark and talk of a Cabinet reshuffle swirling in recent weeks, embattled National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds yesterday admitted that his future was now entirely in the hands of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.
Fresh blood in the Senate
THE ROLE of the independent senator in our political system has shifted and there is no stronger indication of this than President Christine Kangaloo's appointment on Monday of four new faces in the Senate line-up.
Tobago Business Chamber: Claims of food crisis overdramatic
He said while the island's food supply would have been affected by the absence of the Cabo Star over the past three weeks, attempts had been made to accommodate smaller trucks to carry food supplies.
Charran: Inflation plaguing country
Police: Service has options to help cops manage mental health
Archie said the police's Social Work Unit and the Police Health Facility are tasked with the management of mental health and its effects on the physical, emotional, social, and holistic wellbeing of officers.
Meteor lights up the sky
A spectacular sight streaked across the night skies on Tuesday, just after 7.19 pm, as a meteor burnt up in the atmosphere. The meteor was seen as far south as Venezuela, across Trinidad and Tobago, and as far north as Antigua and Barbuda.
Grandeur of the roosting scarlet ibis at Icacos
The roosting of our scarlet ibis Eudocimus ruber in the wetlands of Icacos has returned for all to see. Not only have the birds returned to this habitat after a long absence, but have done so dramatically.
OPM must reconsider access to Darryl Smith sexual harassment report
THE Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) has been ordered to reconsider giving access to a report into the settlement of a sexual harassment claim against former sports minister Darryl Smith.
State must compensate alleged rape victim, offer counselling for court delay
"The criminal justice system is in crisis and the State has failed to put mechanisms in place and allocate sufficient resources to ensure that criminal matters can be concluded expeditiously," the claim said.
La Brea woman stabbed to death with compass
A 41-year-old woman of Queen Street, La Brea who was medically examined at the hospital, has since been detained by the police.
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