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23 March 2022 – President of NGC CNG Company Limited, Curtis Mohammed, departs NGC CNG on 21st April ahead of his pending leave and retirement in October 2022. Mohammed is credited for spearheading the company’s CNG Division between 2013 and 2022, delivering some TTD$1.17 billion of business and benefits to consumers and other stakeholders.

At the time of Mohammed assuming the leadership of the company, NGC CNG had a mandate to establish 22 service stations and convert approximately 17,500 vehicles. Mohammed who has had a sterling track record for delivering on plan, met all the targets, and continued to grow usership, especially among long haul drivers, through expansion and upgrade of stations.

Commenting on Mohammed’s departure, NGC Group Chairman Conrad Enill said, “Curtis Mohammed has been instrumental in NGC CNG meeting the aggressive targets it set itself just a few years ago. Focused marketing and creative engagement of the driving public have been at the centre of his thrust to reduce carbon emissions and the reliance on gas volumes. Under his leadership we now have 17 refuelling stations – some in various stages of upgrade to new state-of-the art systems.” Today CNG remains the only technology that can be used with Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles to reduce both costs and carbon emissions. CNG converted vehicles burn 30% less carbon, and costs 80% less to run.

Prior to his role as President of NGC CNG, Mr. Mohammed served as Vice President, Gas Transmission and Distribution at The National Gas Company where he developed and headed the national CNG initiative.

Mr. Mohammed holds a B. Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering at UWI and an M.Sc. in Engineering Management. Before joining NGC, Mr. Mohammed worked across the Oil and Gas sector in process and project engineering, implemented manufacturing initiatives in the Spirits Industry and the Renewable Industry. He is a member of the Association of 2 Professional Engineers of Trinidad and Tobago and of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

The Board and Executive Management team at the NGC extends congratulations to Mohammed on his retirement and thanks him for his sterling service to the organization.