PUBLICATION

Global Business Reports

AUTHORS

Caroline Stern, Chloe Dusser, Ramzy Bamieh, Maher Tariq Ali

Trindad & Tobago Hydrocarbons 2013

January 15, 2013

Trinidad and Tobago is the industrial engine of the Caribbean, fueled by its oil and gas resources and sustaining a chemical hub that ranks among the world’s finest. Yet the island nation faces challenges: an increased dependence on unconventional petroleum reserves; increased competition from US shale gas; and a need to evolve its chemical output towards more value-added products. Trinidad and Tobago is in a time of transformation, as it seeks to redefine its role in a changing global chemical market.

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