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Second cargo ferry coming
Posted: Monday, September 25, 2023

Second cargo ferry coming
Within '14 to 18 months', says Sinanan

Heartbreak for TKR at Providence
Pretorius, Ayub steer Warriors to first CPL title

Dragon gas lifeline
With exploration evidently only of interest to companies with existing investments in TT's petrosector, attention must turn to the potential offered by a successful conclusion to the five-year negotiations with Venezuela over the Dragon field. The Prime Minister first shook hands on the project with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro in August 2018 as a hopeful TT looked to a mutually beneficial partnership with its closest South-American neighbour in exploiting a rich and proven natural gas field capable of producing between 150-300 million standard cubic feet of gas per day (mmscf/d). If that sounds small compared to TT's September output of 2.5 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day (bscf/d), Dragon is one of four fields in PDVSA's Mariscal Sucre project which together are projected to deliver 1.2 bscf/d from a field a store of 4.2 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. TT had 11.5 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of proven natural gas reserves in 2016, a resource in steady decline since 2005.

Weeping dad collects Natl award for hero daughter – STANDING OVATION FOR RACHEL

President to visit Tobago Wednesday
The President will meet with members of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) at the Assembly Legislature Chamber, uptown Scarborough, Guardian Media was reliably informed. She will for the first time, formally address members of THA and the Tobago public.

Republic Bank slashing US$ credit card limit –Imbert knew only after decision made

How extreme heat affects the body
FAMILY practitioner Dr Geeta Boodansingh is concerned that the severity of heat related illnesses is being taken for granted.

Bogus cops kill two
Police said two men wearing what appeared to be police operational wear walked up to the vehicle, where they shot one man as he sat in the driver's seat while the other man was shot as he stood outside.

Double murder in St Helena
A Venezuelan migrant was one of two men killed in a drive-by shooting in St Helena yesterday afternoon.

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