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NGC, TRINGEN sign gas sales contract
Posted: Saturday, December 16, 2023

NGC, TRINGEN sign gas sales contract
TRINGEN, is a leading manufacturer of anhydrous ammonia at two independent production plants - TRINGEN I and TRINGEN II, at Point Lisas. The company also operates a gas turbine power generation plant.

TRINGEN is a limited liability company, of which 51 per cent is owned by National Enterprises Limited (NEL) and 49 per cent by Yara Caribbean (2002) Ltd.

Browne: Less fear among Guyanese

Look into delays, backlogs
DOMA calls on finance, trade ministries:

$11m Malabar pool opened - PM: More $$ coming for social programmes

Role of Industrial Court head 'not specific to one person'
Seale was appointed the new head of the court on Wednesday by President Christine Kangaloo, hours after Thomas-Felix's third four-year contract came to an end at midnight on December 12.

New Children's Authority Board appointed
The Board of Management at the Children's Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is mandated to promote the welfare, care and protection of all children and act as an advocate for the rights of all children.

Praise for former MP's dedication, service - MARLENE TOOK CARE OF HER PEOPLE

McDonald remembered for dedication to public service

Indian classical singer Budram Holass passes away
Indian classical singer Budram Holass has passed away at the age of 69.

Holass, who had been ailing for some time, died at the San Fernando General Hospital on Friday.

Reports: Vessel carrying Venezuelans sinks off Trinidad waters
In a statement, it said unconfirmed reports further suggest that the vessel left Las Cuevas Bay sometime after midnight on the morning of December 15, enroute to Venezuela with a still to be confirmed number of persons onboard.

The Coast Guard said its Maritime Operations Command Center is actively engaged in search and rescue operations in the area to confirm the information received and to locate survivors.

Vessel sinks off First Boca
...No sign of survivors yet

Marching orders
7 St Anthony’s students expelled over attack on schoolmate

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