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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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  Ms. Geraldine Slattery

Ms. Geraldine Slattery
Asset President, Conventional,
BHP Billiton.
 

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 Mr Jeff H Simons

Mr. Jeff H Simons
Country Manager and President of
EEPGL Esso Exploration and
Production Guyana Ltd.

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Mr. Vincent Pereira

Mr. Vincent Pereira
President of BHP Billiton,
Trinidad and Tobago.
 

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Mr Derek Hudson

Mr. Derek Hudson
VP Shell.
Trinidad and Tobago.

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Mr. Mark Loquan

Mr. Mark Loquan
President,
NGC Group of Companies.

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Mr Hiroshi Kita

Mr. Hiroshi Kita
Chief Executive Officer of
Caribbean Gas Chemical Company.

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Mr. Fitzroy Harewood

Mr. Fitzroy Harewood
President,
Petrotrin.

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News

First Gas from Iguana
Field by 2018

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TOFCO on final stretch
with Juniper platform

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Liza declared commercial, new
exploration activity ongoing

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Venezuela readies export
of Dragon gas to T&T

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The property tax – big implications
for the energy sector?

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Construction of the CGCL
petrochemical facility underway

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Jeff Simons, President of ExxonMobil affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana will be presenting at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference 2017 during a special regional plenary session. This session also features, Marny Daal-Vogelland, Manager, Petroleum Contracts Staatsolie, Ryan Ramjit, In-Country Exploration Manager, Eastern Caribbean, Repsol Exploration and Nigel Hughes, Director, Guyana Oil and Gas Association

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The T&T National Facilities Integrity Audit and Beyond

January 25, 2017, 9:00am - January 25, 2017, 12:00pm

The Trinidad and Tobago National Facilities Integrity Audit and Beyond. Petrotrin’s oil spill in 2013 put a national spotlight on the issue of ageing and deteriorating infrastructure and the significance of asset integrity to the country. In response to the spill, a national asset integrity audit was conducted by well-respected international consulting firm, DNV GL on behalf of the Ministry of Energy. Join us this year at the 2017 Energy Conference to get insight from DNV GL on the way forward to achieve improvement in asset integrity management and ensure risk reduction in the domestic energy sector. Participants will share in discussions on the results of the audit, the challenges facing the country on asset integrity and will learn from stakeholders who have developed and are managing asset integrity programmes. The workshop will be held on day 3 of the conference, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon on Wednesday 25th January, 2017 at the Regency IV, Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain. To register for the workshop visit www.ttenergyconference.org/ and for more information call 62-ENERGY.

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Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference

January 23, 2017, 9:00am - January 25, 2017, 5:30pm

The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago will host its Annual Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference from January 23rd – 25th, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain. The Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference is the premier Energy Conference in the Caribbean and promotes vigorous debate and discussion among leaders of industry, Government and academia. Approximately 1400 visitors were in attendance over the three days of the 2016 Energy Conference – roughly three to four times more than other annual energy conferences held in the country. Delegates from the US, the United Kingdom, Barbados, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, China and the Falklands Island and the Dominican Republic, were participants. The conference attracts senior decision makers in the industry including the CEOs, supply chain, finance, and operations managers of the major upstream, midstream, and downstream operator companies in Trinidad and Tobago. Next year, the conference is expected to be an even greater success as our 2016 post-conference survey indicates that 95 percent of delegates will return and 100 percent will recommend the conference to others. What is clear is that the energy sector will continue to fuel the country’s growth and prosperity over the next few decades and mapping out a way to ensure sustained development amidst an ever changing global environment is pivotal. The sector is at a crucial juncture where it must evolve in order to continue being competitive. The warning signs are clear. The “shale gale” in the United States, shifting gas markets, the expansion of the Panama Canal, innovations in deepwater technology and new hydrocarbon discoveries in emerging markets, suggest that T&T must remain vigilant. While the country has punched above its weight in developing a world class gas and petrochemical industry, the challenge is to chart the next wave of energy sector development.

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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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