However, she acknowledged that a number of other companies are involved in the process. Technip [BU’s emphasis] is an international engineering firm that has done extensive work on the project over the span of the past two years and the company has already done a site visit at Vaucluse – cahill energy website
Cahill Energy Limited leaked documents (see below) give insight into a contract signed between Cahill Energy Limited and Technip in April 2013. Technip is a global Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) service provider to the energy industries. – see profile. Here is our read of what the memorandum between Cahill Energy and Technip conveys:
The contract netted MECC €650,000.00 or CAN950,000.00 in cash payments in April of 2013.
Although Technip is a large multinational EPC contracting company, it appears to have been clutched by Cahill Energy and Cowan as they [Technip] try very hard to secure the EPC linked to the building of the gasification plant at Vaucluse. The lukewarm response given by the Barbados government in recent weeks to the project begs the question – what financial obligation binds Barbados to agreements signed by four rogue ministers. Concerned Barbadians continue to be optimistic the Prime Minister will address the people on recent Cahill developments before…
Here is a question for CEO of Cahill Energy Clare Cowan – tell us more about the two projects mentioned in the leaked document located in Glasgow and Stara Zagira?
The moral of this the Cahill Scam is that if a large global company can by duped by MECC, so too a few ministers in Barracuda!