Trinidad and Tobago gas sector booming

Warren R. True Pipeline/Gas Processing Editor More industrial expansion will drive natural gas demand on Trinidad and Tobago in the near term. That was the message offered in presentations at the Offshore Technology Conference last week by Minister of Energy and Energy Industries for Trinidad and Tobago Finbar K. Gangar and Clarence Harnanan, technical operations vice-president for National Gas Co. of Trinidad & Tobago Ltd. (NGC). Investment in upstream and downstream sectors by NGC during 1996-99 was $5 billion; that figure could double by 2001. Negotiations are under way, said Gangar, for a steel manufacturing plant and a $1.6 billion venture with Norsk Hydro to ...

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