Keith Rowley

TRAVEL PLANS: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley addresses the media at a post-Cabinet media briefing at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann’s, yesterday. Looking on is National Security Minister Stuart Young.

—Photo: ISHMAEL SALANDY

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has announced a ten-day energy trip abroad starting early next week, during which he will met with executives of Shell, BHP and EOG Resources, among others.

The PM disclosed the plans at yesterday’s post-Cabinet media briefing at the Diplomatic Centre in St Ann’s. Rowley is set to leave this Sunday and will lead a team that will include local technocrats, representatives of the National Gas Company (NGC), ministers and personnel from ministries including Finance and Energy.

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