Guiding the energy sector of Trinidad & Tobago and the wider Caribbean from extraction to sustainable development.
The Energy Chamber promotes the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean, with particular emphasis on accountability and transparency, volunteerism and waste disposal. Learn more.
The Energy Chamber promotes the growth and development of the Trinidad & Tobago and wider Caribbean energy services sector in both domestic and export markets. Trinidad & Tobago companies and individuals working in the energy sector have developed a well-deserved international reputation for excellence, high skill levels and ability.
The Energy Chamber provides its membership on up to date information on developments in the energy sector. Check our commodity index and energy activity charts.
Safe To Work in Trinidad and Tobago (STOW-TT) improves the safety performance and increases business opportunities for smaller energy service contractors.
The Energy Chamber is working with contractors, operators, training providers and other stakeholders to develop an industry-wide system for assessing and certifying technical competencies in the energy sector.
The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago elected its new board at its Annual General Meeting held on October 1, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency. The following list of industry leaders make up our new board... Read More
The Energy Chamber would like to congratulate Kennicon Engineering Limited for achieving a major milestone and the distinction of being the first company under the Safe TO Work (STOW) programme to get a perfect score of 100 percent... Read More
For the first half of 2014, Trinidad and Tobago’s energy sector experienced continued growth in drilling and rig activity while minor gas supply interruptions impacted on LNG and petrochemical production... Read More
On the back of its shale gas and tight oil revolution, America’s domestic energy production has hit all-time highs, changing the dynamics of supply, demand and price movements for gas... Read More
Trinidad and Tobago’s status as a global energy leader should never cloud the fact that we are a small island state susceptible to the most negative effects of climate change... Read More
As a world energy leader in LNG, methanol and ammonia production and export and, as a small island state, Trinidad and Tobago has to place climate change adaptation and mitigation on the front burner... Read More
Trinidad & Tobago is now ranked 53rd out of 157 countries in the Global Petroleum Survey, a global benchmarking survey to assess how attractive various jurisdictions are for oil and gas investment.... Read More
The Energy Chamber of Trinidad & Tobago is extremely concerned about the social and environmental impacts of the five separate oiil spills in the Gulf of Paria and in the south west peninsular. Four of these five spills have... Read More
View: The Green Fund Presentation (pdf) at The Energy Chamber's Green Economy General Meeting, October 31, 2013.
Green Fund Annual Report for financial year ended September 30, 2012. View Report (pdf)
For the T&T energy sector, Q3 was an eventful period. Firstly, the results of the Ryder Scott Audit which were released in this period suggests that while there was a reserves replacement rate of 99.9%, there is need to boost our...