New offshore gas discoveries and plans to increase upstream investment should boost confidence in Trinidad and Tobago’s energy sector, which has been impacted in recent years by falling prices and concerns over dwindling reserves.
Articles & Analysis | Upstream energy in Trinidad and Tobago to review and address the slowing output of oil and gas from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
Trinidad and Tobago’s oil and gas fields are found in six main areas. The three offshore fields are in the North Coast Marine Area, the East Coast Marine Area and the South-west Coast Marine Area. The three onshore areas are located in South-east Trinidad (including Guayaguayare and Moruga), South-west Trinidad (Point Fortin, Guapo and Forest...
Interviews & Viewpoints | Mark Loquan, President, The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago (NGC): Interview from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
How is gas supply developing in the country?
Interviews & Viewpoints | Derek Hudson, Vice-President, Shell Trinidad and Tobago: Interview from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
What needs to be done to enhance the viability of renewed oil and gas exploration?
Articles & Analysis | Trinidad and Tobago's state-owned oil company to reorganise from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
Navigating the future of state-owned oil company Petrotrin has become one of the most urgent strategic decisions facing the administration of Prime Minister Keith Rowley. Petrotrin is recording fiscal losses and has become heavily indebted. The company has made some poor managerial decisions, operates alongside a powerful trade union – the...
Articles & Analysis | Trinidad and Tobago energy companies look for expansion opportunities in the region and beyond from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2017
The twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago has been, in its own right, a focal point for oil and gas exploration and production for decades. However, recent discoveries and developments are drawing attention to the surrounding area of the Caribbean and the northern coast of South America. In this wider perspective, T&T should be viewed...