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Port of Galeota

  The Port of Galeota is being developed in two (2) phases. Phase 1, commissioned in 2013, offers 5 berths with a total length of 529m of quay side and approximately 6.7 Ha of backlands linked with a 1.2 km long access road. Phase 1 provides facilities which are available on commercial terms to all users. Designed as a modern, centralized port meeting international standards for the upstream energy sector, the facility has been engineered with a 7.9m draft. Phase 2 will accommodate vessels requiring a draft up to 12.8m.

The Port of Galeota is not only attractive for positioning domestic exploration and production for deep water, but also for staging operations for neighbouring Guyana, French Guiana and Suriname. When Phase 2 is commissioned, shipment of materials can be delivered directly to the Port of Galeota, reducing inland transport and traffic congestion.

Phase 2 will support of the expansion of oil and gas exploration and production in the south-eastern peninsula while boosting employment

The Port of Galeota will comply with ISPS for shipping and will meet all operational requirements for safety.

Savonetta Piers

National Energy owns and operates 6 multi-user petrochemical and steel terminals (Savonetta Piers 1 to 4 and ISCOTT Dock) at the Point Lisas Harbour. These petrochemical facilities serve the heavy gas-based industries at the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and are classified as hazardous cargo terminals due to materials handled at the facilities, such as ammonia, methanol and iron ore.

The terminals have been in operation for over 35 years without major incident and are available to users on a 24-hours basis.


National Energy has built a solid reputation as a reliable tug service provider owning a fleet of 8 tugs, 1 launch boat and 1 fast crew supply vessel. These are operated on a commercial basis, providing services to all ports in Trinidad and Tobago and to the offshore oil & gas industry. The Company is extending its towage service to regional markets through the provision of chartered services such as the long-term hiring of the National Energy Explorer, a fast crew supply vessel, to support exploration & production in Suriname. The reliability of towage services is being further strengthened through National Energy’s regional partnership with KTK Tugs of Curacao for the provision of tugs to supplement its services when required, maintaining the high standard of customer service for which National Energy is known.

The power of the marine vessel fleet ranges from 12 tonnes to 55 tonnes bollard pull and gives the Company flexibility in the provision of services that include mooring/unmooring, harbour towage, rig moves, anchor handling services, deck cargo and personnel transport. The launch vessel has the capacity to transport 21 persons whilst the Offshore Service Vessel has a carrying capacity of over 80 persons.

Point Lisas Harbour

As the designated authority for the maintenance of the Point Lisas Harbour, National Energy ensures that all navigational aids are fully operational, and the dredged depth is maintained for the safe berthing and unberthing of vessels.

Contact Us

Cor. Rivulet and Factory Roads, Brechin Castle, Couva Trinidad & Tobago,
P.O. Box 1127, Port of Spain
(t) 1 868 636 8471 (f) 1 868 636 2905 

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