Category Archives: Business

Guyana President: Region must speak out against world bias

News Sean Douglas Yesterday CORDIAL: Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley shakes hands with Guyana’s President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali at the Energy Chamber’s Energy Conference at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain on Monday. Photo by Sureash Cholai GUYANA’S President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali has urged the region’s oil and gas producers to speak out […]

Trinidad and Tobago gets US approval to explore Venezuela gas field

News Elizabeth Gonzales 3 Minutes Ago File photo: PM Dr Keith Rowley shakes hands with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro after an agreement for the exploration of gas in the Dragon fieldl off Venezuela on August 25, 2018. Trinidad and Tobago got approval from the United States government to resume exploration after the lifting of a […]

The urgency of digital transformation

Business courtneym 2 Days Ago Minister of Digital Transformation Hassel Bacchus. The ministry must achieve a targeted level of national digital legacy within an established timeframe. – FILE PHOTO/ROGER JACOB It is evident that the period of the covid19 pandemic of 2020-2022 has forced our local businesses to play catch up to many first-world trends. […]

Finance Committee approves $800m for Energy Ministry

Business Clint Chan Tack 2 Days Ago Motorists at the Unipet gas station in San Fernando. – Marvin Hamilton THE Standing Finance Committee of the House of Representatives approved a supplementation of $800 million for the Energy Ministry when it met at the Red House, Port of Spain, on Wednesday. During the committee’s deliberations, Energy […]

Puncturing inflated prices – Trinidad and Tobago Newsday

Business Newsday Reporter 2 Days Ago Scarborough market vendor Cecil Noel sells pumpkin to a customer on November 6, 2021.. – File photo/David Reid WHAT GOES up must come down. But that is not always the case when it comes to this country’s food prices. Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon’s entreaty to consumers to […]

Navigate a high-demand job market

Business Newsday Reporter Yesterday – NEIL JOHNSON, ACCA Careers editor While finance professionals are currently in a strong position, potential candidates should do their homework first. Recruiting finance professionals has been a tough proposition for some time now. Even before the Great Resignation muddied the waters further, qualified accountants were hard to come by. Simply […]

‘Territorial rivalry,’ discrimination claims, weather woes plague Region Six agriculture

A protracted ‘territorial’ controversy was still ensuing between rice and cattle farmers in the Kokerite Savannahs in the Black Bush Polder when the Stabroek Business made its second visit there last week, our first visit having been made back in 2015. The article ‘Territorial rivalry,’ discrimination claims, weather woes plague Region Six agriculture appeared first […]

Double oil-seep discovery in Gopaul Lands

Business Newsday Reporter 24 Hrs Ago Images showing the first oil seep(left) and the second oil seep (right). – GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF TT My name is Christie Carr, a 26-year-old geoscientist. I graduated from UWI, St. Augustine in 2021 where I did my BSc in petroleum geoscience. In October 2022, I was elected a director […]

Camden airstrip, a wasted asset

Business Newsday Reporter 18 Hrs Ago – In 1941, during World War II, the US by agreement with the UK established an army and naval base at Wallerfield with two runways. In 1942, Carlsen Field, Chaguanas was opened as an overflow facility for the US Air Transport Command aircraft headed for nearby Wallerfield. It grew […]