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Khan: T&T Energy at Mercy of Global Market

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE energy industry, Trinidad and Tobago’s main income earner, remains at the mercy of the global market especially the downstream sector. Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Franklin Khan at the virtual launch of the Energy Conference 2021 on Tuesday said  it has become impossible to manage some of the older […]Read More

Price of Cooking Gas will Not Go Up in T&T

By Sue-Ann Wayow THERE will be no increase in the price of cooking gas. In a press release on Saturday, the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries stated that the retail price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanks used for cooking gas will remain at the current price of $21 for 20lb tank. Also, the […]Read More

Energy Minister: T&T on ‘Firm Ground’ with Natural Gas Reserves

  WHEN it comes to the natural gas reserves of Trinidad and Tobago, the country is on fairly frim ground. This was the claim of Energy Minister Franklin Khan at the presentation of the gas audit results for the year end 2019 at the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries in Port-of-Spain on Thursday. Khan […]Read More

Government: Patriotic Couldn’t Fund Refinery

  FUNDING was the reason why the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union (OWTU)-owned Patriotic Energies and Technologies Company Limited did not acquire the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery. This was revealed during a virtual presser hosted by Finance Minister Colm Imbert and Minister of Energy Franklin Khan on Tuesday. Khan said, “All that Patriotic was able to produce… was […]Read More

Video- Franklin Khan to OWTU: We Will Not be Bullied

  By Sue-Ann Wayow IT would be irresponsible of the Government to sign off on the agreement with Patriotic Energies and Technologies, the company that is expected to take over the refinery at Pointe-a-Pierre before election day. This is a paid political advertisement   Energy Minister Franklin Khan said there were still some issues to […]Read More