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January 23rd to 25th 2017
January 23rd to 25th 2017
January 25th 2017
Feature Speakers

Mr Bernard Looney

Mr Bernard Looney
Chief Executive,
Upstream, BP.

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Mr. Norman Christie

Mr. Norman Christie
Regional President,
BP Trinidad and Tobago.

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Mr Jean Andre Celestain

Mr Jean Andre Celestain
Vice President Operations
BP Trinidad and Tobago.

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News

Trinidad & Tobago gas reserves and
resources: making sense of the numbers

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TTEITI Report: NGC overtakes BP as
largest revenue contributor 2014-2015

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Guyana oil production
to begin in 5 years

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Jamaica keeps busy with
natural gas development

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Increase in corporation
tax rates

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60th Anniversary Gala Dinner &
Awards Ceremony

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SPONSORS
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BP has sanction the massive "Mad Dog Phase II" project in the Gulf of Mexico - with a projected cost of US$9 billion. In 2013 the project was estimated to cost US$ 20 billion. Trinidad is in a very competitive global market for capital - the capital we desperately need for investment in upstream gas delivery, if we are to solve our gas delivery problems. ... See MoreSee Less

#BP approves Mad Dog Phase 2 project in the deepwater #Gulf of Mexico: on.bp.com/2gYPPg4

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Policy on concessionary and free delegate spaces

The only free delegate spaces at the Energy Conference are for speakers and accredited journalists from recognised and respected media houses. Members of the Board of the Energy Chamber, Government Ministers, Permanent Secretaries, Special Advisors, Diplomats, Representatives of International Agencies, workshop presenters or other V.I.P.s all have to register as paying delegates for the Energy Conference.

We do issue a very limited series of invitations for specially invited guests for the opening ceremony and the cocktail reception only.

The registration fees at the Energy Conference are significantly lower than for other similar conferences and we are only able to maintain these low registration fees through the very kind and generous support of our sponsors and the strict application of our policy on delegate spaces. The Energy Conference is primarily organised by the Energy Chamber for the benefit of our member companies and we believe it is inequitable to expect our member companies, some of whom are small businesses, to pay for registration while non-members are given free or concessionary delegate spaces. We enforce this policy strictly with no exceptions.

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