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PM: T&T to remain an energy province
Posted: Tuesday, January 23, 2024

PM: T&T to remain an energy province
"The bottom line is, 27 years from today, I would think that T&T will still be a gas-exporting country even if we would have used up most of the gas on our border. There is serious European interest in what is happening in T&T as it attempts to bring to market resources from South America. So, given what the world's geopolitics has turned out to be, a lot of interest exists now in having security for fuel out of an area that is traditionally stable," he said.

Young: Oil, gas will continue to drive Trinidad and Tobago
Minister of Energy Stuart Young has said despite growth in renewables in 2023, fossil fuels continue to be the driver of economic growth in developing countries. He spoke at the annual Energy Conference, which began at the Hyatt Regency on Monday.

PM: Trinidad and Tobago has bright future as gas hub

Cut energy approval times
Energy CEOs respond to Dr Rowley:

Traffic woes cost T&T $2.26b a year

Govt spent $38,375 on Caricom-Saudi Arabia Summit trip
While the Saudi Arabian government facilitated the air travel and accommodation for all attendees at last November's Caricom-Saudi Arabia Summit, the T&T Government incurred expenditure associated with return flights to Barbados - and the expenditure associated with Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley involved a total cost of $38,375.40.

$5 million for each family
Attorney wants ex-gratia payments from Paria:

OSHA sends Paria diving tragedy matter to Industrial Court
OSHA executive director Carolyn Sancho yesterday confirmed that the matter was filed on December 13, two weeks after President Christine Kangaloo received the report into the Paria/LMCS tragedy from Commission of Enquiry chairman Jerome KC.

Virtual briefing on regional ferry on January 23
Last year, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) announced it would finance the consultancy services for a study on the options available to establish a new shipping service across Barbados, Grenada, Guyana, and TT.

Duke: Tobago's autonomy is not enough
Tobagonians are not seeking autonomy; they are seeking self-determination.

Tributes flow for former PP minister - Fazal Karim dies at 70
Karim, 70, was a minister from 2010-2015 in the UNC-led People's Partnership (PP) coalition government, as well as a former MP for Chaguanas East (2015-2020).

Family of Fazal Karim remembers "epitome of a servant"

Naomi Sinnette is NWAC Calypso Queen
At 20, Naomi Sinnette is Trinidad and Tobago's new Calypso Queen. She won the title after performing Them Advisers at the National Women's Action Committee (NWAC) National Calypso Queen Competition at Queen's Hall, St Ann's on January 21.

Last October, when the AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum was held in Guyana, Ali said the African Export-Import (Afrexim) Bank is keen on supporting a Caribbean private-sector proposal for an intra-regional system that could allow the cheaper transportation of goods and people by sea.

Failing our boys
Our supposition that education is an avenue of empowerment and social satisfaction is being increasingly challenged, even rejected by growing numbers of young men who see little or no value in schooling opportunity.

More Focus Given To Youth Camp Development

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