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GERRY Brooks’ reasons for leaving the National Gas Company are well articulated in his resignation letter. And one of his greatest accomplishments at NGC was to rectify the negligence bequeathed to the organisation by the former People’s Partnership government.

So said Energy Minister Franklin Khan as he responded to a question from Oropouche MP Dr Roodal Moonilal in the House of Representatives yesterday on why Brooks resigned from the NGC as chairman at a time of heightened top-level international negotiations on energy pricing and contractual and commercial arrangements.

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