In T&T: NGC gets new boss

2 April 2012

Former Point Lisas Nitrogen Limited plant manager set to take the helm at NGC.

An energy expert with over 31 years experience in the energy sector is poised to assume the mantle of leadership at the National Gas Company (NGC) from this week.

Indar Maharaj, whose last position was that of plant manager at Point Lisas Nitrogen Limited (PLNL), was recently introduced as the incoming president at NGC’s annual Employee Recognition Ceremony on March 26 at the Hilton Trinidad in St Ann’s.

Speaking at that function, NGC chairman, Larry Howai, in discussing NGC’s future, said in considering the direction the company was to take, careful thought and consideration went into choosing the next president to guide the company towards its goal.

Maharaj, he explained, became the clear choice to lead the company following the departure of Andrew McIntosh, NGC’s president from March 2009 to February. Maharaj is the holder of a Bsc in Chemical Engineering from the University of the West Indies and an MBA in Finance and Business from Lincoln University, United Kingdom.


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