Petrotrin explains that this represents the company’s third meeting with the Marabella residents affected by the slop oil
leak at the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery.
In a statement the state owned company says the first town-hall meeting with Marabella residents was held on August 1st.
What has been described as a cordial meeting on Thursday, provided the forum for airing the issues of Marabella residents to officials of State owned Petrotrin. The meeting reportedly lasted for two hours.
The meeting resulted in the establishment of an agreement that both the community and Petrotrin will work together as the company […]
The meeting will take place at Pointe-a-Pierre.
Via media release on Wednesday, Petrotrin said it welcomes this development, as the company continues to work with the community.
News Power Now has been reliably informed that seven of the nine employees are allegedly members of the Oilfield Workers Trade Union.
We understand that the suspension notices will be served on […]
In a media release the company stated that PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services Limited has been appointed as the independent auditor to investigate the cause of the oil leak at the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery on 2014 July 29.
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