Moody’s Investments has noted a narrowing fiscal deficit credited to Government of Trinidad and Tobago’s restraint and an increase in energy and non-energy tax revenue following the mid-year review.
It also projects an Energy Sector-led rebound in growth to support the fiscal trajectory.
The National Gas Company (NGC) has signed a Technical Services Agreement (TSA) with Empresa Nacional de HidroCarbonetos, (ENH), the state-owned petroleum company of the Republic of Mozambique.
ENH is responsible for the research, prospection, production and commercialization of petroleum products and represents Mozambique in oil and gas operations.
The TSA was executed on the first day of ENH’s three-day study-tour of Trinidad and Tobago’s energy sector from 13th to 17th May, 2018.
Grappling with millions of dollars in debts, local rice farmers say they have experienced their lowest yields ever and are blaming the government and the National Flour Mills.
Figures from NFM show that farmers produced only 126 tonnes of rice for 2018, compared to 2,800 tonnes in 2014. At present there are 30 rice farmers in T&T compared to more than 10,000 in the 1970’s and 80’s.