natural gas

Trinidad Receives $40 Million CDB Loan for Energy Policy Changes

 Above: Clint Ramcharan, Director for Trinidad and Tobago (left) with CDB President, Dr Warren Smith By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad and Tobago has received a $40 million policy-based loan from the Caribbean Development Bank to help reinforce “policy changes” …

Trinidad Energy Minister Urges Greater Natural Gas Collaboration With Venezuela

 Above: Minister Kevin Ramnarine By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad and Tobago Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine is calling for “greater collaboration and partnership” between Trinidad and Venezuela in the area of natural gas development. Ramnarine made the call this week …

Trinidad Launching Project to Convert Vehicles to Compressed Natural Gas

 Above: Port of Spain (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad’s state-owned Natural Gas Company will be investing TT$500 million ($78 million US) to develop the first phase of a compressed natural gas plan for all vehicles in the …

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 Above: Port-au-Prince (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Inter-American Development bank has approved a grant for a $3 million cooperation project with the government of Haiti to test green energy projects. The projects will test models based on …

 Above: Barbados (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Construction on a pipeline that will bring natural gas from Trinidad and Tobago to islands of the Eastern Caribbean will begin next year, according to the Eastern Caribbean Gas Pipeline company. …

 Above: Port of Spain By the Caribbean Journal staff A new pipeline to be laid on 188 miles of seabed will bring natural gas from Trinidad and Tobago to the Eastern Caribbean, the country’s Ministry of Energy announced today in …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados and Trinidad are currently negotiating a deal that would import natural gas into Barbados, according to Sir Harcourt Lewis, chairman of the country’s National Petroleum Corporation. Lewis was speaking at the 30th anniversary luncheon …

 Above: Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissesar shaking hands with Minister of Energy of Panama, Juan Manuel Urriola Tam. Others in photo are Larry Howai, CEO of First Citizens Bank Group; Lindsay Gillette, Chairman of Petrotrin; Ambassador Arline Gonzales Costa, Kevin Ramnarine, …

 Ghana’s Energy Minister Dr. Joe Oteng-Adjei and Trinidad’s Minister of Energy Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan By the Caribbean Journal staff Following an agreement that would see Trinidad supply energy for power plants in Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Energy and Energy …