Dr Keith Rowley

Delivered tongue lashing: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley moves a motion to approve the notification of the nomination of Roger Kawalsingh as a member of the Police Service Commission.

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has asked the nation for patience but yesterday promised significant returns to come, as Government has finalised a “new pricing formula” for natural gas with several multi-national companies.

Rowley, who returned Wednesday night from an energy tour in Europe and the United States, said more revenue is on its way after a high-level Government team was able to negotiate better arrangements than had been left in place by the previous government.

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