Reports that the freezing order granted by the High Court of Trinidad and Tobago on 23 December, 2015 on the
application of the National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (“NGC”) over the assets of Super
Industrial Services Limited (“SIS”) up to the value of TT$180,000,000.00 had been revoked, are untrue.
Confirmation of this has come from the National Gas Company Chairman, Gerry Brooks. He spoke on the matter a
short while ago, in a News Power Now interview.
Mr. Brooks explained that a report carried in the Trinidad Express Newspaper is completely incorrect.
He said the High Court hearing tomorrow will deal merely with aspects of the matter.
SIS is contending by letter from its attorneys that the matter has come to an end. However the NGC says there
is no merit to this contention and the matter is proceeding before the High Court.
NGC says while the injunction remains in force it has come to the attention of the company that Rain Forest
Resorts Limited has released the mortgages over the SIS properties which are the subject of the injunction. It
gas company says the High Court will be asked to grant relief in respect of this breach of the Order of the