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February 6th to 8th 2017
February 6th to 8th 2017
February 7th 2017
February 7th 2017
News

60th Anniversary Gala Dinner &
Awards Ceremony

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Speech
The Hon. Nicole Olivierre

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Trinidad & Tobago deep-water a “Tier one”
prospect for BHP Billiton

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Welcome Remarks
Mr. Vincent Pereira

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Opening Ceremony Sponsor’s Remarks
Mr. Norman Christie

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Feature Address
Dr. The Hon. Keith C. Rowley

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SPONSORS
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President Maduro's response to Prime Minister Rowley's statement, Port of Spain, 23rd May 2016. ... See MoreSee Less

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is hoping for a Caribbean of peace, prosperity and brotherhood.

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Prime Minister Keith Rowley's statement after the meeting with President Maduro in Port of Spain, 23rd May 2016. ... See MoreSee Less

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says meeting with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his delegation has allowed for the conclusion of some far reaching discussions which will bear positive consequences for both nations. PM Dr. Rowley also stated that a Joint Security Council is to meet in Caracas on May 30th.

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MOU SIGNED!

The National Energy Skills Centre (NESC) & The Energy Chamber signs a Memorandum of Understanding to promote the development of local content within Trinidad and Tobago. This will be done via the registration of candidates, assessing of their skills and certifying of these skills. This process is essential to the worker who is highly competent in their area of expertise but never attained formal certification for their Occupational Area. Workers will be assessed against a customized standard in the Occupational areas of Welding, Fabricating, Plant Fitting, Pipe Fitting, Auto Mechanics, Riggers (additional areas to be added). Any candidate require assessment in any of these Occupational areas must now first register for that assessment with the Energy Chamber who will also be responsible for scheduling these assessments with NESC.
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Tune into CNC3 tonight for Business Watch with Judy Kanhai for an interview with the Energy Chamber CEO - Dr Dax Driver ... See MoreSee Less

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Sheldon Daniell and Donna Ramsammy lead a discussion around Crisis Communications for the Energy Sector ... See MoreSee Less

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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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All Energy Chamber materials in relation to the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference are exclusively reserved and any unauthorized duplication, publication or distribution is strictly prohibited. Copying, distribution, any form of publishing or other uses of text or visual materials related to the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference is subject to prior written consent of the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago. If the Energy Chamber gives consent to use such material, any reference, in text, photos or otherwise, to the Conference must be explicitly stated as ‘The Energy Chamber’s Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference 2016’.