(Energy Analytics Institute, Aaron Simonsky, 20.Aug.2018) – Payments by major oil and gas companies to the government of the twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago totaled $114.7 billion during 2010-2016.
That’s according to figures posted by Strategic Energy Advisor Kevin Ramnarine, who is also the Former Energy Minster of Trinidad and Tobago.
Ramnarine provided the data in a post on LinkedIn.
The payment amounts by major companies to the Trinidad and Tobago government by company follow:
1) BP, $37.1 bln
2) NGC, $32.3 bln
3) Petrotrin, $20.3 bln
4) EOG Resources, $10.6 bln
5) Shell, $8.9 bln
6) BHP, $5.5 bln
TOTAL $114.7 bln