Wednesday, 29 August 2018 17:25

Energy Economist: Refinery Shutdown Does Not Mean Increase In Fuel Prices

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The decision by Petrotrin to shut down its refinery has tongues wagging - not only in the energy sector, but all over social media there is major concern for what happens next for some 1,700 employees to be terminated, and how will it impact fuel prices and our everyday lives.

Stacy-Ann Providence sat down with Energy Economist and Strategy Consultant, Gregory McGuire, who helped break down the decision for us.

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