(Trinidad Express, David Renwick, 3.Jul.2018) – You don’t have to look very far to determine the issues facing the Trinidad and Tobago energy industry at the moment. Top of the list would be restoring crude oil production, which languishes at around 72,000 barrels a day (b/d) at the moment.
That can be accomplished by the upstream producers doing more development drilling, as well as bringing new entrants into the industry. It also means tackling new sources of oil, such as the tar (or oil) sands in southern Trinidad.
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