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Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited (CGCL) will construct and operate a Methanol,
Di-Methyl-Ether and ancillary process plants, at the Union Industrial Estate (UIE), La Brea.
CGCL wishes to inform the public that construction is scheduled to commence on August 1st
2016 and be completed by December 30th 2018.
CGCL has engaged an Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) Contractor,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) who will be responsible for all
construction activities including piling, excavation, foundations, road paving, tank
construction, administrative buildings, transport of plant modules, piping installation,
mechanical, civil and electrical installations.
Authority on December 16th, 2014 (CEC3859-2013) and in keeping with the requirements to
engage the Public;
The Public is hereby asked to take note of the following:
• Hours of work may extend from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on Monday to Saturday
• Observe the temporary signage provided around the site.
• All Precautions will be taken by MHI and its sub-contractors to ensure proper health,
safety and environmental standards are maintained on site, as such, access to the site
will be limited to authorized personnel.
• Commuters are advised of heavy construction equipment in and around the construction
crossing from the LABIDCO Industrial Estate to the Union Industrial Estate. Commuters
are asked to follow the instructions of personnel using the STOP/GO Signs in order to
ensure safety for all.
• Haulage vehicles will access the site from the Southern Main Road and will continue to
site via the Vessigny Roundabout onto the Union Industrial Estate Main Access Road.
• Personnel from MHI will be conducting conditional surveys within the vicinity of the site
throughout the construction period.
For further information, complaints and queries, please contact:
Corporate Affairs Manager (Ag)
Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited
7B Street, New Jersey, La Brea
Monday to Friday from 8:00 am -- 4:30 pm
Britney Cooper ... top-scored for T&T with 51.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana---Jamaica and Barbados
both posted their second wins on the trot while
Trinidad and Tobago rebounded from an opening
round defeat, to also find the winning touch in the
second round of the Twenty20 phase of the Region-
al Women s Championship on Friday.
In matches played at the Guyana National Stadium,
Jamaica brushed aside Leeward Islands by eight
wickets, Barbados easily knocked over hosts Guyana
by 49 runs while T&T clobbered Windward Islands
by 73 runs.
Barbados now top Zone A with six points with
T&T and Guyana each on three points. Jamaica,
meanwhile, are out front in Zone B on six points
with the Windwards and the Leewards yet to register
West Indies captain Stafanie Taylor was once
again among the runs, blasting an 18-ball, unbeaten
35 as Jamaica easily overhauled their target of 62 in
the sixth over.
The right-hander struck seven fours and put on
51 for the first wicket with Jodian Morgan (19), a
partnership which laid the foundation for the uncom-
Earlier, Leewards had been restricted to 61 for
nine thanks to a brilliant spell from left-armer Shanel
Daley who finished with five for 11.
Barbados, meanwhile, were fired by an unbeaten
56 from captain Shaquana Quintyne as they reached
140 for six off their 20 overs, after they opted to
Quintyne struck two fours and two sixes in a 43-
ball knock, adding 35 with Aaliyah Alleyne (12) for
the sixth wicket and a further 45 in an unbroken
seventh wicket stand with Shamilia Connell who
finished 19 not out.
Pacer Erva Giddings picked up two for 34.
In repy, Guyana were limited to 91 for five off
their 20 overs, despite the in-form West Indies bats-
man Shemaine Campbelle s 43 not out off 40 deliv-
She stroked four fours and six but was without
support, as none of her colleagues managed to reach
15.T&T, who lost to Barbados on Thursday, came
good this time around through half-centuries from
West Indies players Britney Cooper who scored 51
and Merissa Aguilleira who stroked 50 not out.
Cooper struck six fours off 49 balls and Aguilleira,
Cooper paces T&T over Windwards
three fours and a six off 36 deliveries, as they lifted
T&T out of trouble at 24 for three and steered them
to 139 for four off their 20 overs.
Left-armer Akeira Peters was excellent, capturing
three for 26 off her four overs.
In reply, the Windwards were never up for the
fight and slumped to 66 all out with nine balls
remaining, with pacer Shenelle Lord (2-2) and slow
medium Karishma Ramharack (2-16) taking two
wickets apiece. (CMC)
....Jamaica, Barbados remain unbeaten FRIDAY'S RESULTS
LEEWARD ISLANDS 61 for nine off 20 overs (Amanda Edwards 16 not out;
Shanel Daley 5-11) lost to JAMAICA 63 for two off 5.2 overs (Stafanie Taylor 35
not out) by eight wickets.
BARBADOS 140 for six off 20 overs (Shaquana Quintyne 56 not out, Kycia
Knight 29; Erva Giddings 2-34) beat GUYANA 91 for five off 20 overs (Shemaine
Campbelle 43 not out; Deandra Dottin 2-20) by 49 runs.
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 139 for four off 20 overs (Britney Cooper 51, Merissa
Aguilleira 50 not out; Akeira Peters 3-26) beat WINDWARD ISLANDS 66 all out
off 18.3 overs (Shenelle Lord 2-2, Karishma Ramharack 2-16) by 73 runs. (CMC)
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