Thursday, November 27, 2014

DARK XMAS?

THE CHRISTMAS lights being draped on houses around the country could go out as they go up, following the discovery yesterday of a leak in the pipeline that supplies natural gas to an independent electricity producer. An announcement from the National Gas Company (NGC) late yesterday followed an earlier advisory from the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC), warning of a gas shortage to one of its independent power producers. The commission, in a brief advisory, pleaded with customers to “conserve electricity”, while NGC warned that its too early to predict the length of repair time to the underground pipeline. Read more »

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  • DARK XMAS?

    THE CHRISTMAS lights being draped on houses around the country could go out as they go up, following the discovery yesterday of a leak in the pipeline that supplies natural gas to an independent electricity producer. An announcement from the National Gas Company (NGC) late yesterday followed an earlier advisory from the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (T&TEC), warning of a gas shortage to one of its independent power producers. The commission, in a brief advisory, pleaded with customers to “conserve electricity”, while NGC warned that its too early to predict the length of repair time to the underground pipeline. Read More »

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