PORTS AND PIERS
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.