In spite of current global energy volatility, Atlantic LNG's projections in the short term look positive and the company hopes the expansion of the Panama Canal will bring new markets.
However, dealing with the country's gas shortage is something of a concern.
The Point Lisas based company's Chief Operating Officer Arlene Chow spoke about the company’s projections on Good Morning Trinidad and Tobago.
They came, they saw and they conquered. Now, France-based table tennis duo Rheann Chung and Dexter St. Louis are respective Ladies And Men's National Singles Champions once again.
Horse racing fans will flock to Santa Rosa Park on Monday as the Arima Race Club hosts Emancipation Day Racing.
For 16 crucial years, Scotia Bank has sponsored the Regional Kiddy Cricket Programme which has unearthed more than just a few gems.
The Environmental Management Authority is maintaining that the fish kill in south Trinidad is in no way related to any form of poisoning.
Today the EMA conducted an aerial survey of 'a sheen' along the Otaheite to Vessigny area, their findings indicate that there is no visible shoreline impact along the coastline and no dead fish in the BRIGHTON MARINE SUB AREA, "B" BLOCK operated by Trinity Exploration and Production Limited (TEPL).
After several months of deliberation Cabinet has decided to pay Cane Farmers close to 5.8 million dollars.
Frustrated postal workers staged a sick out on Thursday expressing their frustration as government imposed yet another delay in the issuance of their backpay.
The TTPost workers say they were promised their money for 2011 to 2013 since last June but that had been twice postponed.
The latest date set for the end of August does not sit well with the union president.
Republic Bank has stepped in to help finance the government's budget by issuing a two billion dollar fixed rate bond.