BPTT Deepens Community Relationships With Mayaro Stakeholders.

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BPTT Deepens Community Relationships With Mayaro Stakeholders.

The focus was on the future and strengthening relationships as BP Trinidad and Tobago’s President, Claire Fitzpatrick, used the virtual domain on Thursday to hold discussions with various stakeholders from Mayaro.

Held in two ninety -minute sessions, the discussions saw participation from eighty representatives of the Mayaro business sector, community-based organisations, government agencies, education institutions and other stakeholders.

Topics ranged from the importance of Trinidad and Tobago in BP’s net zero ambitions, the significance of natural gas in energy transition, future field developments, infrastructure projects, opportunities for community contractors and how community initiatives will evolve to better align to bp’s new sustainability frame.

Ms Fitzpatrick contextualized the highly interactive virtual ‘visit’, “Mayaro has always been and will remain a priority for bpTT and this relationship is being enhanced through our net zero ambition.

Ms Fitzpatrick said the company is committed to engaging with members of the Mayaro community and view them as important stakeholders for our business.