PORTS AND PIERS

Service..Safety..Security

Companies operating in the energy sector require dedicated ports for the import and export of materials and product. In Trinidad and Tobago, industrial ports have been developed to facilitate the shipment of oil, plant components, Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and petrochemicals. The Point Lisas Industrial Estate, Union Industrial Estate and La Brea Industrial Estate have been established close to deep-water harbours around which commercial ports have been developed.

National Energy offers an integrated platform of marine services from multiple locations which includes the management and operation of three strategically located industrial ports:

  • Port of Galeota - located on the South-East coast
  • Port of Brighton - located on the South-Western peninsular
  • ISCOTT Dock - located on the South-Eastern end of the Pt. Lisas harbour

Our ports operate on a 24-hour basis and are International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code certified. These facilities are conveniently located within close proximity to outlets providing essential services such as fabrication, Non-destructive testing (NDT), catering, brokerage, waste treatment, electric motor rewinding, calibration, and certification.

National Energy also operates the Savonetta Piers at Point Lisas.

 

PORT OF GALEOTA

Supporting The Maritime Needs Of The Upstream Sector

Port of Galeota is located on the south-eastern peninsula of Trinidad and Tobago in the oil–rich community of Mayaro/Guayaguayare. This Port is a multi-purpose facility that caters specifically to the offshore needs of exploration and production companies. As the logistics hub for the energy sector, Port of Galeota supports new upstream project activity in the region. This facility comprises:

  • Five berths ranging from 104 – 171 m in length with a dredged depth of 7.6m
  • 200m diameter turning basin
  • Warehousing with cold room and overhead crane
  • Water Supply
  • Bunkering
  • Laydown area
  • Office Space

 

Contact:
Nigel Woodsley
Manager, New Business
(868) 310-0949
portandmarineservices@nationalenergy.tt


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PORT OF BRIGHTON

Make Us Your Next Port Of Call

The Port of Brighton is jointly owned by National Energy and sister company La Brea Industrial Development Company Limited (LABIDCO). Located on the La Brea Industrial Estate, the Port services tenants on both the Union Industrial Estate and the La Brea Industrial Estate. The facility consists of:

  • Three berths
  • A 500-meter turning basin
  • Several warehouses
  • A laydown area

In 2017, National Energy completed the reconstruction of Berth 2 at the Port of Brighton to facilitate the loadout of the 5000-ton topside of bpTT’s Juniper Platform - the largest platform to be built on the nearby fabrication yard and by extension, in Trinidad and Tobago.

Berth 2 now supports the export of methanol from the petrochemicals complex located on the Union Industrial Estate.

Contact us at:
(868) 346-6447
brightonmarine@ngc.co.tt


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SAVONETTA PIERS

More Than Four Decades Of Zero Accidents

National Energy owns and operates six multi-user petrochemical and steel terminals - Savonetta Piers 1 to 4 - 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, urea, methanol and iron ore.

The terminals have been in operation for over 40 years without major incident and are available to users on a 24-hours basis. Commodity throughput at the Savonetta Piers has averaged over 11 million metric tonnes annually over the past 10 years.

 

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ISCOTT DOCK

Available For Spot Use

The ISCOTT Dock was built by National Energy to support the loading and unloading of bulk and general cargo, primarily from the iron and steel plant on the Point Lisas Industrial Estate. Following the plant’s closure in 2016, the Dock is now available for spot use. ISCOTT Dock operates on a 24-hour basis, facilitating:

  • Berthing and unberthing of vessels
  • Bulk and general cargo handling with direct delivery
  • Oil and gas logistics support services
Companies interested in using ISCOTT Dock can contact National Energy.

Contact:
Michelle Scipio-Hosang
Manager, Operating Assets
(868) 389-5164
m.scipio-hosang@nationalenergy.tt
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CONTACT

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

Email: info@nationalenergytt.com