OUR former energy minister Kevin Christian Ramnarine has no intention of lying down and expiring, although he has been out of office for two years now.
And why should he? By virtue of his ministerial experience and his extensive involvement in the energy sector which spans many years, he is almost uniquely qualified to expatiate on matters relating to our most important economic activity.
That’s as good a reason as any why my 16 or 17 readers should probably not miss his talk, which goes by the rather longish and intriguing title: “Slips, Trips And Falls Of Trinidad’s Petroleum Industry: How Do We Recover? How Do We Compete? How Do We Continue To Be Relevant In The Region.”