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National Energy is advancing and sustaining Trinidad and Tobago's energy industry through diversification of its product portfolio and expansion into new markets in the Caribbean.


Recognising the requirements of the rapidly changing global busines environment, National Energy has advanced several initiatives geared towards transforming the energy sector to become more diverse and sustainable.
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  National Energy takes study tours online.

From 03-17 August 2020, National Energy hosted a virtual internship for six Guyanese students currently enrolled in The UWI’s MSc Petroleum Engineering programme. This initiative, driven by National Energy Guyana Incorporated, demonstrated The NGC Group’s commitment to shaping the regional energy sector through knowledge transfer and the contribution of technical expertise.

Taking online what were originally planned to be in-person study tours, these virtual sessions were conducted by subject-matter experts across a wide range of natural gas-related topics, including pipeline engineering; design and measurement; natural gas contracts; information technology and commercial arrangements, employing the expertise resident within the Group. This is one of several initiatives being developed by the NGC Group to partner with universities in several areas along the gas value chain, including investments in research and development, energy efficiency and renewables, green reporting and climate action.
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  NEC finds new energy in renewables

The global energy landscape is changing and the National Energy Corporation – or National Energy – is evolving its business model to adapt.

“Our vision of being a global leader in the development of sustainable energy-based industries,” Dr Vernon Paltoo, National Energy’s president told Business Day recently.

But what exactly does that mean? Well, Paltoo assured, it doesn’t mean a total 180-degree turn away from hydrocarbons – at least just yet. But rather, it’s coming up with ways to better leverage these existing, finite resources and augmenting them with renewable sources of energy, creating new opportunities within a sector for which the country is already well-known.

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