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Maritime energy exploration licences from Guyana
Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2023

Venezuela: Maritime energy exploration licences from Guyana 'null, void'
THE Venezuelan government is now telling energy companies which got permission from Guyana to explore its oil-rich maritime area that such permission is "absolutely null and void." This follows rapidly increasing tensions over a territorial dispute which goes as far back as the 1800s.

Mixed views from energy experts on Atlantic LNG restructuring
Sources at that time said the objective of the HoA was to restructure ALNG so its shareholders would own certain percentages in the new entity as opposed to having ownership in its four trains.

On Thursday, Rowley reminded the media that, previously, Government only had shares of ten per cent and 11 per cent in trains one and four respectively.

Thanks to the vision of the Government, Rowley continued, TT now has a ten per cent share holding in trains two and three, through NGC. The Government's current shareholding arrangements for trains one and four remain in place.

West: Funds available, Government working to deliver back pay by Christmas
PUBLIC Administration Minister Allyson West gave the assurance that the necessary funds were available and everything would be done to ensure that public servants received back pay when Finance Minister Colm Imbert promised they would.

A snapshot of Tobago's J'Ouvert, Rhythm, Steel & Powder
Thousands of people turned out to celebrate J'Ouvert in Tobago on Saturday, as they revelled in oil, mud, paint and powder.

The Rhythm, Steel & Powder parade on Friday also saw a huge turnout of people bedecked in full costumes masquerading as traditional sailors, devils and moko jumbies, to name a few.

Nicholas Paul seizes Pan Am keirin silver
TT ace cyclist Nicholas Paul copped his second medal at the 2023 Pan Am Games in Santiago, Chile on Friday as he rode his way to silver in the final of the men's keirin event.

3 GUNNED DOWN AT CARAPICHAIMA WAKE
The police suspect the intended target was Keston "Big Shane" Lawrence, 30, of Lamont Street in Longdenville. The police said the "labourer" was a "known offender" of crimes involving guns and illegal drugs.

Lawrence, as well as labourer Dwayne Charles, 34, of Enterprise, died at the scene.

Early Bird: Crime concerns come nearer home after close encounter of the scary kind

Police: Prisoner's death not yet classified as murder
POLICE have not yet classified prisoner Emmanuel Joseph's death as murder, despite state pathologist Dr Parthasarathi Pramanik discovering shock and haemorrhage, polytrauma and multiple blunt force injuries all over Joseph's body.



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