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Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 01:15 PM AST

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Venezuela will use Dragon gas domestically while waiting for T&T connection

Venezuela will use the natural gas from its Dragon field domestically, while it awaits construction of the estimated 17-kilometre sub-sea pipeline connecting it to Trinidad and Tobago infrastructure, state-owned Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA) said in a statement late Friday (May 19).

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Repsol, McDermott celebrate BP news too


Graphic representation by McDermott

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Tropical Storm Bret soaks Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago suffered mostly boat- landslide- and flood-related damages from Tropical Storm Bret which made its presence most felt from about 1:10 am today and counting.

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Jamaica sends trade mission to Trinidad & Tobago


Participants in the Caribbean Market Mission and the JAMPRO Market Development team pose for a photo at a display of products to be promoted in Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago and the Bahamas. The delegation started its mission on June 18 to promote Brand Jamaica across the region.
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Trinidad & Tobago braces for storm: No school tomorrow

Heavy rains expected to start tonight around 8 pm in Tobago and 11 pm in Trinidad. However, the time keeps changing so keep checking the links below.

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Caribbean Airlines cancels flights 31 flights

CAL passengers urged to monitor the situation.

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Cayman Islands to start giving decisions on long-awaited permanent residency applications next week

From the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce:

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The Bahamas goes for gold... black gold

The Bahamas is going to drill for hydrocarbons (oil and/or gas) and has raised US$3.25 million to so do.

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Turks & Caicos Customs to auction uncollected items

Items ranging from a sofa to cases of cigarettes will be auctioned in about seven days.

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Cayman Islands whistleblower hotline manned in South Africa

From the Cayman Islands Government today: