“THERE’S A PROCESS TO AN INVESTIGATION AND WE’RE FOLLOWING IT.”
PETROTRIN has always been committed to transparency in all its operations. There is no cover up. However, Petrotrin is following best practice in its investigative procedure which dictates speed without compromising natural justice principles.
Petrotrin knows the public wants as much information as possible and we continue to do our best to share all the information gathered so that the public can understand the incident and its impacts. We acknowledge the many questions the public is asking. However, answers must await the outcome of the investigation now underway.
We have completed the Operational Investigation into the failure of No. 10 Sealine at Pointe-a-Pierre, and the report is being utilized to finalise the second phase which is the Employee Relations Investigation.
It has been brought to our attention that certain Petrotrin documents are being circulated in the public domain. Petrotrin believes that its management is in a better position to explain and clarify the implications of such documents. At the completion of all investigations, Petrotrin remains committed to share findings as appropriate.
We have committed extraordinary resources to mitigate the economic and environmental impacts. We plan to ensure that we use the lessons learnt from this incident to enhance energy exploration and production and make the process safer and more reliable for everyone.
For more information, please contact:
Head Publications and Productions (Ag.)
Ms. Joy Antoine
Manager Corporate Communications
Ms. Gillian Friday