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10 – 12 October 2016
Hilton Port of Spain,
Trinidad & Tobago

Looking at sustainable energy sources for the Caribbean in new oil and gas frontiers, offshore deep-water plays and renewable energy

What will Energy Caribbean 2016 focus on?

  • Reversing declining crude oil production – trends and best practices 
  • Trinidad and Tobago’s future scope in LNG market from US and other exporters in a lower gas price market 
  • Project update on Caribbean LNG project and Eastern Caribbean Gas Pipeline 
  • Guyana as a new oil producer in the Caribbean and updates on Suriname and the Dominican Republic energy plans 
  • Update on Jamaica’s search for indigenous energy resources 
  • Current deep water exploration programme in TT and Barbados 
  • Local content in the TT energy industry: Ongoing land exploration initiatives and likelihood of success Renewable energy update for the Caribbean

Energy Caribbean Summit 2016: Key Facts & Figures

Key Stakeholders in attendance from countries such as Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, USA, Jamaica, Suriname, Dominican Republic and Haiti
of delegates are top level decision makers and C-level executives specifically from the region
speakers discussing gas and LNG, NGLs, energy sustainability, renewables, and offshore projects

Networking Opportunities for 2016

Network Development Lunch

Coloured dots on name badges correspond with lunch tables so delegates are able to have lunch with people they may not otherwise have met

Energy Caribbean Gala Drinks Reception

Wind down in a relaxed and informal environment during our fabulous gala drinks reception

CEO Forum

Join CEOs from leading oil and gas and upstream companies to share views on offshore activities, fiscal regimes and key energy developments for the region