New Liquefied Natural Gas power generation project launched in Antigua


History was made in Antigua and Barbuda on Tuesday with the launch of a new Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) power generation project at Crabbes Peninsula, the first such power plant in the Eastern Caribbean.

The project is a joint undertaking of APCL, Eagle and APUA.

In Photo: (Left to Right) Eagle LNG’s VP for Government Affairs, Linda Berndt, APCL Director, Aziz Hadeed, GG Sir Rodney Williams, US Ambassador Linda Taglialatela, Utilities Minister Sir Robin Yearwood, and APCL Chairman, Francis Hadeed, at the ribbon cutting exercise.

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  1. The Moderna family…….This family loves when ALP in Power. More Money, More Money, More Money. Elections really in the air. Wait what happen to the wind turbines that came in? Peter Verde solar plants gorn dead? Poor Antiguans and Barbudans we are so politically blind, that the 1% continues to get richer and the poor continue to stay poor.

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