• 30 JAN 2020

Prime Minister Meets with Energy Executives to Discuss Atlantic

Today three of the shareholders of Atlantic LNG met with Prime Minister Dr the Hon. Keith Rowley and informed him of their decision to begin discussions surrounding the commercial restructuring of Atlantic.

Executives from Shell, BP and the National Gas Company were in attendance.

The shareholders used the opportunity to inform the Prime Minister of the latest developments regarding Train 1.

They also advised that they are proceeding with their plans related to the continued operation of Train 1.

The discussions also encompassed BP’s and Shell’s plans for exploration and production of gas in Trinidad and Tobago.

Those in attendance included: (from left) Mark Loquan President NGC, William Lin Chief Operating Officer, Upstream Regions, BP, De La Rey Venter, Executive Vice President, Integrated Gas Ventures, Shell, Claire Fitzpatrick, Regional President, BP, the Hon. Franklin Khan, Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, the Hon. Stuart Young, Minister of National Security and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, the Hon. Alyson West Minister of Public Administration and Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Eugene Okpere Vice President & Country Chair Shell Trinidad and Tobago, Anders Ekval, Business Opportunity Manager, Shell, Richard Eaton, Head of Planning and Commercial, BPTT and Verlier Quan-Vie, Vice President, Commercial NGC.