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EI Caribbean branch

The EI Caribbean branch works closely with government, companies, academia and other institutions to offer a vibrant programme of activities for energy students and professionals.

Branch events are organised for your benefit by volunteer members.  Engaging with your local branch supports your continuing professional development by keeping up to date on the latest developments, as well as helping to expand your network of contacts.  Get more active with your local branch of the Energy Institute today.

Committee contact

If you are interested in becoming involved or hearing more about EI Caribbean’s developing branch activities, please contact Kevin Durham, Chairman, at:
t: +1 868 340 2952

Latest news

Dominican Republic announces first licensing round

The Ministry of Energy and Mines of the Dominican Republic has announced its first licensing round, which will close in December 2019.  The Ministry is offering 14 blocks, a combination of on- and offshore.Six onshore blocks are being offered in the  Cibao Basin, three in the onshore ...

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Prostar to acquire NuStar’s Saint Eustatius terminal

Prostar Capital, a private investment firm focused on midstream energy infrastructure assets, is to acquire 100% of an oil storage terminal facility on Saint Eustatius from NuStar Energy, at a price of $250mn.The Saint Eustatius terminal consists of 60 commercial tanks and associated ...

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Regional integration key to unlocking Latin American potential

A new energy scenarios report from the World Energy Council has identified a critical need for large-scale investment and regional integration to unlock greater economic potential and mitigate risks for the energy sector in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). The report suggests that if the LAC r...

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BP boosts Trinidad portfolio

BP Trinidad & Tobago (bpTT) has made what it claims are ‘two significant gas discoveries’ offshore Trinidad. The Savannah and Macadamia exploration wells, in which the company has a 100% working interest, discovered some 2tn cf of gas in place. The discoveries are set to underpin new development...

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Panama launches infrastructure hat-trick

The government of Panama recently announced three major new transportation and energy megaprojects with international investments and partnerships worth over $4bn. The projects include the construction of what will be Central America’s first natural gas based energy plant, Line 3 of Panama’s metro, ...

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