Conrad Enill has resigned as chairman of the National Gas Company (NGC).
In an internal memo sent to the board of directors, presidents and general managers on Monday, Enill confirmed he will be stepping down from June 30, 2022, to take up the position of Trinidad and Tobago's High Commissioner to Guyana.
Enill said,"Further to my appointment as High Commissioner for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, with residence in Georgetown, with accreditation to the Republic of Suriname and the Caribbean Community, I have advised the Minister of Finance as Corporation Sole and the Minister of Energy and Energy Industries of my resignation as Director and Chairman of the National Gas Company and all its subsidiaries and affiliated companies with effect from 30th June 2022."
In the notice, Enill heaped praise on the NGC staff who worked with him during his three-year tenure, which had been littered with challenges.
He said, "I believe that at this time of extreme challenges the leadership of this group must continue to be focused and available to the men and women who do an excellent job every day on behalf of our country. I have every confidence that the group will continue to exceed expectations as it continues in the service of the people of Trinidad and Tobago. I therefore wish to place on record my thanks for the extraordinary support during my term of office (July 2019-June 2022) and wish the NGC Group continued success."