Aug 08, 2020 Letters Comments Off on Week One of the New Administration
The new administration has shown much promise in their energy, attitude and focus. If there is anything to be said at this time, it has to do with a few minor observations.
1. The CCJ has an opportunity to be an aid in the arbitration of the Exxon contract. This offers additional neutrality.
2. The maintenance of the pumps, sluices and kokers should be a top priority over expansion. Let’s fix and maintain the key infrastructural elements then identify what is affordable to do in addition.
3. Bringing Skeldon and Enmore back online is a great step in the correct direction. NICIL and the financial restructuring of the loan needs to be immediately addressed prior to reopening.
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