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 is planning a trade mission to Guyana from September 16th to September 19th, 2015. We are partnering with the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA) to plan this event...Read More...
The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago is pleased to announce the launch of its Annual Awards 2016. Winners will be announced at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference at the...Read More...
On Saturday September 19th 2015 the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago, for the 5th year, will be participating in the International Coastal Clean-up on two beaches Quinam Beach, Siparia and Carli Bay, Couva...Read More...
Members are asked to note that we are now accepting nominations for Board membership in the Energy Chamber. Nominations are open to all financial members from the specified sectors who meet the established criteria. Nominations must be made on the attached form and must be submitted by 4.00 pm on Friday 4th September 2015. Where there are more nominations than vacancies, Board members will be elected by an on-line vote prior to the Annual General Meeting. Properly submitted nominations (see checklist attached) must be submitted by 4.00 pm on Friday 4th September 2015 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered to the Energy Chamber's office. Click here for further information, guidelines and the nomination forms.
A good way to gauge the business climate of the energy services sector is to examine the level of confidence that energy service contractors have in the activity of the sector. The Energy Chamber's Energy Services Sectors Survey (ESSS) is...Read More
Energynow is the new 24-page trade newspaper of the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago. Launching in May 2015 Energynow replaces the award-winning Energy Blueprint magazine as the leading energy publication. We will circulate 10,000 free copies of each issue to more than 400 member-companies and stakeholder agencies locally and abroad including upstream, midstream and downstream energy players, financial and asset management companies, embassies, tertiary education institutions and government agencies.
We are excited to offer you this unique opportunity to advertise in Energynow to a targeted group of business executives. With news and commentary about Trinidad and Tobago's energy sector, it will be published 10 times a year. Through a mix of news, features and opinion, Energynow will connect you with hundreds of senior executives in the industry.
For a media kit with rates, ad sizes and other relevant details click here. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions and we look forward to your participation.
Given the scenario of limited growth in the volumes of gas production in Trinidad & Tobago over...Read More...
Last week, the Energy Chamber participated in the Bloomberg New Energy Finance conference: Future of Energy Summit in... Read More
At the Energy Chamber's luncheon on Wednesday April 15 2015, Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley made a number of statements related to matters of energy policy. For the benefit of...Read More...
Some eight (8) months ago I had the opportunity to address the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago and I used that opportunity to... Read More...