Trinidad and Tobago signal BP, BG for larger stake in ALNG train

07/14/2014
The Trinidad and Tobago government has signaled to BP PLC and BG Group that it wants a bigger share of the ownership of Atlantic LNG's Train 1 when the companies negotiate a new gas supply contract for ALNG. The Caribbean twin-island nation's Energy Minister Kevin Ramnarine said the government wanted to have a greater role in the marketing and sale of the LNG. "Historically, because of the way the LNG industry is set up, by and large, exports of LNG from Trinidad are controlled by global energy giants BP, BG, and now Shell. We as a government have articulated the view publicly and to the companies that we would like to have a bigger stake in the marketing of LNG." Ramnarine expl...
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