Opposition Senator, Gerald Ramdeen says he is sticking with his side of the story as it relates to the catering service bill for two meetings Petrotrin held last October.
Mr. Ramdeen said he liaised with someone from the catering firm in question and was informed that the bill of $23,000 was accurate.
However, he added that the cost was not for two days but for several days spanning from the 11th to the 18th October.
Mr. Ramdeen said he obtained the information from Petrotrin’s Finance Department.
On another matter Mr Ramdeen also highlighted concerns with respect to legal fees for professional services for the incorporation of Heritage Petroleum, Paria Fuel Trading, Guaracara Refining Company and Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Limited.