Guiding the energy sector of Trinidad & Tobago and the wider Caribbean from extraction to sustainable development.
The Energy Chamber promotes the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean, with particular emphasis on accountability and transparency, volunteerism and waste disposal. Learn more.
The Energy Chamber promotes the growth and development of the Trinidad & Tobago and wider Caribbean energy services sector in both domestic and export markets. Trinidad & Tobago companies and individuals working in the energy sector have developed a well-deserved international reputation for excellence, high skill levels and ability.
The Energy Chamber provides its membership on up to date information on developments in the energy sector. Check our commodity index and energy activity charts.
Safe To Work in Trinidad and Tobago (STOW-TT) improves the safety performance and increases business opportunities for smaller energy service contractors.
The Energy Chamber is working with contractors, operators, training providers and other stakeholders to develop an industry-wide system for assessing and certifying technical competencies in the energy sector.
The Energy Chamber will be hosting Dr. Keith Rowley, Leader of the Opposition and Member of Parliament for Diego Martin West on Wednesday, April 15th 2015 at Cara Suites Hotel, Claxton Bay for an Energy luncheon. Dr. Rowley is a Geologist and former Head of the Seismic Research Unit at the University of the West Indies. At this luncheon Dr. Rowley will expand on the PNM's energy policy.
DATE: Wednesday 15th April, 2015
TIME: 12:00 noon to 2.00 pm
(Registration begins from 11:30am)
VENUE: Cara Suites Hotel, Claxton Bay
COST: Member $500 plus VAT, Future-member $600 plus VAT
Please download your registration form by clicking on this link.
Completed forms should then be emailed to email@example.com
For further information please call our office at 679 4782.
On Tuesday 24th March, Energy Chamber held its first General Meeting for 2015 at Cara Suites Hotel and Conference Centre. The main purpose of the meeting was to renew...Read More
The brand new and well-appointed Atlantic Hotel in Sekondi-Takoradi is testimony to Ghana's economic growth of the last decade; but the frequent power outages that plagued the first Ghana Extractive Industries Safety Conference that took...
Members are cordially invited to the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago's General Meeting on March 24th, 2015. The purpose of this meeting is to renew discussions centered around renewable technology and to provide recommendations that will inform the work plan of the Energy Chamber's Energy Efficiency and Alternative Energy Committee. This meeting will take place on Tuesday March 24th, 2015, from 9:00am - 11:00am at Cara Suites Hotel and Conference Center. Registration begins at 8:30am and there is no cost attached.
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Managing the integrity of assets and infrastructure is a crucial issue for the oil, gas and petrochemical sector. It is critical for optimizing the commercial viability of assets while at the same time enhancing safety and improving... Read More
The Energy Chamber has long been an advocate for the revision of the fuel subsidy. Even though it reduces the cost of fuel to the consumer, it encourages consumption and in the long run increases the use of fuel and increases...Read More...
Since 2014, energy prices and in particular crude oil prices have fallen by over 40% and it is understandable that this development will make the sector nervous about the resulting implications. One of the questions raised is how... Read More