Government’s decision to start up another state enterprise to find and produce natural gas from small and fields has been applauded by one economist, Gregory McGuire.
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PM meets with EOG officials
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley met with a high-level delegation from EOG Resources at the Office of the Prime Minister, St Clair yesterday.
The meeting was a follow-up to Dr Rowley’s visit to Houston last March, where he met with Chairman and CEO of EOG Resources William Thomas and other executives at the energy company’s headquarters.
Thomas told the Prime Minister EOG is moving apace to ramp up production and they remains focussed on T&T.
EOG Resources, the third largest gas producer in the country, has been operating in T&T for more than 25 years and is actively expanding operations and increasing their investment here.
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