At the forefront of all petrochemical and downstream energy-based industrial development is the National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (National Energy). National Energy has pioneered several energy related developments in Trinidad and Tobago and as a result of our wealth of experience, we are poised and ready to welcome you to participate in Trinidad and Tobago’s world – renowned energy sector. We are the State organisation responsible for the promotion, development and facilitation of new energy-based and downstream industries in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Port of Galeota is a state of the art multipurpose facility located on the south-east coast of Trinidad. Constructed and managed by National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago, it is strategically located to cater to the offshore needs of the exploration and production operators. It is also expected to be the logistics hub for the energy sector. It is proposed that the Port will assist Trinidad and Tobago in capturing the demand based on new upstream activity in the region such as Suriname and Guyana Basin. It offers limitless possibilities and opportunities to local, regional and international energy companies. The Phase 1 of the construction includes five berths with the following length (LOA);

Berth 1 -
Berth 2 - 148m  
Berth 3
104.8 m  
Berth 4 -
Berth 5 - 65.9m (Dedicated Berth for the Coast Guard)

National Energy has recently completed the construction of a 2700 m2 Warehouse Facility at the Port of Galeota for controlled storage for equipment to be utilized in support of offshore exploration and production activities. National Energy is also in the process of fully operationalizing the Port of Galeota with the installation of electrical, civil and mechanical works which is currently being undertaken.

National Energy has also completed a Preliminary Design for the expansion of the Port of Galeota (Phase 2). Phase 2 envisages a dredge depth of 12.8m to accommodate Rig Supply Vessels, Offshore Construction Support Vessels and Drill Ships, and similar ocean going vessels. Phase 2 also caters for 466m of additional quay wall with five (5) berths, additional backland area of approximately 7.7ha, and berthing and mooring which takes into account 60,000 tonne DWT ships.
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