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Energy Map of Trinidad and Tobago 2023

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The Energy Map of Trinidad and Tobago is a comprehensive map of the country's energy infrastructure, including oil and gas fields, pipelines, refineries, petrochemical plants, the LNG facilities and ownership of onshore and offshore license blocks. The map is produced by the Petroleum Economist with Global Energy Infrastructure and sponsored by the National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago (NGC).

The energy map is an important tool for understanding the country's energy sector and its role in the global energy market. It is used by a variety of stakeholders, including government agencies, energy companies, investors, and researchers.

Table of Contents

Mapping content:

  • Gas, oil and condensate pipelines, including those under construction, planned, and proposed
  • Gas, oil and condensate fields
  • Major gas processing plants
  • LNG export plant
  • Oil refineries
  • Tanker terminals
  • Offshore platforms

Inset maps:

  • LNG export destinations 2022
  • Onshore & Nearshore and Shallow Water 2023 Competitive Bid Rounds
  • Deepwater area for development

Tables and graphics:

  • Business and investment legislation
  • Major plants in Point Lisas Industrial Estate
  • Atlantic LNG liquefaction trains
  • Crude oil and condensate production history
  • LNG exports 2022
  • Gas production history
  • Oil and gas reserves
  • Natural gas utilisation by sector
  • Natural gas production by company
  • Methanol & ammonia gas usage trends


The 2023 edition of Energy Map of Trinidad and Tobago has been approved by the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries. 

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