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152. Prime Minister in Tobago this weekend
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar (right), Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Minister Fazal Karim aand Minister of Justice Herbert Volney will all be in Tobago this weekend for a number of events planned with Tobago Development Minister Vernella Alleyne-Toppin. The opening a new Ministry of Justice Tobago District Office located at ...
154. Trinidad & Tobago beat to FLNG by Colombia
Rendering of the Caribbean FLNG at its jetty in Colombia by Exmar
155. Trinidad and Tobago fortunate to have cheap energy ...
As Trinidad and Tobago celebrates its 50th anniversary of independence from the United Kingdom, it is fitting to recall the words of Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs Kevin Ramnarine while he was speaking on renewable energy in Gasparillo on August 10. He said his "main intention and indeed my ...
156. Petrotrin supplies Caribbean with 20% of its output
The following is the Address by Senator the Honourable Kevin Ramnarine, Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs on the occasion of the Official Opening Ceremony of the 41st COTED Caricom meeting on energy on Friday, March 1, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency.
157. Trinidad & Tobago oil output at record low, ...
Trinidad & Tobago Oil Production 2006-2014
158. Spending while poor people suffering
It's one of the most common questions the political communicator will have to answer: "How could you be spending millions while poor people are suffering?" It's a favorite and has been around since the time someone complained about perfume being poured on Jesus' feet when there are so many poor ...
160. Bahamas eyes money from dormant accounts
Photo by Bryce Edwards, Flickr
161. BHP Billiton's T&T production falls 29%
(L-R) BHP Billiton President of Exploration Dr David Rainey, BHP Billiton area manager T&T Vincent Pereira. Production out of BHP Billiton's T&T operations continue to slide, according to the Australian company's Production Report released on July 17 to the stock exchanges where it trades. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: ...
163. Business school expands to Guyana, Suriname, Haiti
The University of the West Indies Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, headquartered in Mt Hope is planning to construct a campus in San Fernando and has already begun "to expand operations to other territories including Guyana, Suriname and Haiti," said businessman Arthur Lok Jack. "Our efforts to connect ...
164. Fossil fuels under assault: Planning Minister
Fossil fuels are under assault, Planning Minister Bhoendradatt Tewarie said in response to e-mailed Guardian queries about PetroCaribe October 29. Tewarie said "it is very difficult to see how PetroCaribe can survive" the likely chance of a sustained low oil price. "However, Venezuela is an important member of the Organisation ...
165. Trinity refutes oil spills
CAPTION: Rancho Quemado after the same-day cleanup.
166. Digicel revenues grow 3.5% to US$723 million
SOURCE: Company Reports, Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.
167. Muslims usher in new Islamic year 1433
168. 400,000 visit Tobago in 2013
Photo by Nancy Waldman Tobago received 400,000 visitors in 2013, a senior Tobago House of Assembly (THA) official said in a release issued from New York yesterday. According to the latest available statistics from the Central Statistical Office (CSO) via the Tourism Development Company (TDC) website, stopover tourist arrivals to ...
169. Centrica expects around £1 billion for asset sales
British energy company Centrica expects proceeds of around £1 billion for assets it intends to sell, including some in T&T, Nick Luff, the company's chief financial officer told investors on its second quarter (Q2) 2014 results earnings conference call on July 31. Luff was speaking about mergers and acquisitions (M&A) ...
172. Trinidad and Tobago Federation of Women's Institutes urged ...
Community Development Minister Nizam Baksh presents a token of appreciation to honoured member and past president of the Trinidad and Tobago Federation of Women's Institutes during the organisation's Awards and Luncheon ceremony on July 16, 2011 at the Thick Village Community Centre, Siparia Road, Fyzabad.
173. Tobago sculpture museum founder dies
The Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association on Monday called on the Tobago House of Assembly to preserve the legacy of a German sculptor who founded the island's first and still only sculpture museum near Mount Irvine. The association paid tribute to German artist Luise Kimme, who made Tobago her home ...
175. Trinidad & Tobago has third most inflexible expenditures ...
T&T has the third highest and most inflexible expenditures in the Caribbean, according to the latest available Inter-American Development Bank Quarterly Bulletin (May 2014). Barbados has the highest, and Jamaica has the second highest.
177. Caribbean Development Bank optimistic about 2014
SOURCE: Caribbean Development Bank, RBC Caribbean Economic Report February 2014
178. Digicel's cloud apps now more collaborative
(L-R) Digicel Business Solutions Sales Manager Shazad Jahoor; Head of Digicel Business Solutions Garrett Quinn; NetAppís Channels Development Manager Jhoanna Machado; Ministry of Public Administrationís Representative Anthony McCollin and Adistec Corporationís†Channel Manager for the Caribbean Nigel Pollard.
179. Trinidad and Tobago small businesses invited to share ...
Trinidad and Tobago's small and medium-sized businesses are invited to bid for contracts in the Water and Sewerage Authority's 2012-2016 $5.5 billion work programme, WASA officials said at the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce building in Westmoorings on Friday. "Our SMEs have often been told that they are the ...
180. New methanol to DME plant in T&T to ...
Two Mitsubishi companies, quoted separately on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, yesterday signed a project development agreement to build a methanol to dimethyl ether (DME) plant with the government of T&T at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad in Port of Spain. The project aims to commercially produce, by the year 2016, 1 ...
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