Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley met with BP’s newly-appointed chief executive officer, Bernard Looney today (Tuesday 03 March, 2020) at the company’s headquarters in London. Looney was appointed as CEO last month and was previously responsible for BP’s Upstream business.
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries the Hon. Franklin Khan and Minister of National Security and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister the Hon Stuart Young accompanied the Prime Minister to the meeting.
William Lin, BP’s Executive Vice President, Regions, Cities and Solutions and Dev Sanyal, BP’s Executive Vice President, Gas and Low Carbon Energy were also at the meeting.
The Prime Minister and Mr Looney reaffirmed their commitment to the strengthening of the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago and BP. Trinidad and Tobago remains an important part of BP’s global portfolio.
Today’s discussions included talks on the future of renewable energy and the possible partnership in this area, the on-going negotiations between the parties, including, but not limited to NGC and domestic gas pricing and the restructuring of Atlantic LNG.
Prime Minister Rowley will depart London for Ghana tomorrow (Wednesday 04 March, 2020).