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Cabinet approves deepwater awards
Posted: Friday, September 22, 2023

Cabinet approves deepwater awards to bpTT and Shell
Energy Minister Stuart Young expressed his pleasure at the fact that these blocks will be awarded and what it means for Trinidad and Tobago as the deep water is a new frontier in this country's hydrocarbon development.

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Dragon Gas deal signed
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Hydrogen key in energy transition, says Morris-Julian
She also noted that the focus of this symposium - Hydrogen: Bridging Academia and Industry for a Sustainable Future - underscored the importance of collaboration between the academic and industrial sectors in addressing the challenges and opportunities associated with the global energy transition.

October start for San Fernando waterfront project Phase II

Family massacre in Arima; four siblings killed, 5 relatives injured
The silence at Heights of Guanapo in Arima was broken by the sounds of wailing and cries from neighbours and the families of four siblings who were gunned down as they lay in their beds early yesterday.

Police said Faith Peterkin, 10, Arianna Peterkin, 14, Shane Peterkin, 17, and Tiffany Peterkin, 19, were asleep in their Gravel Road Extension, La Retreat Extension home around 12.25 am when it was stormed by gunmen.

Japan Caribbean Carnival a big hit
The reviews are in, and the inaugural Japan Caribbean Carnival is being hailed by many attendees as a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime experience.

From September 13-17, participants were treated to tours and parties, and on September 18, the annual Soca in Japan events ended in a Trinidad and Tobago-style parade of the bands at the Moraba Twin Circuit race track in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.

Trini jerk chicken vendor shot dead in New York
According to reports coming from New York, he was shot in the chest as he struggled with a gunman who was attempting to take his bookbag during a botched robbery on Wednesday morning.

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