A six part series examining the history and evolution of the petroleum industry in Trinidad and Tobago.
Part 3 - The Roller Coaster Ride of the Oil Industry Oil was transforming the business landscape of T&T in the early 20th century. The oil industry thrived beyond the imaginations of visionaries, but lean years were to follow the decade of plenty that lasted from 1910 to 1920.
Part 5 - Natural Gas: A Problem-solving Challenge Due to the nature of petroleum reservoirs in Trinidad, nutural gas has always been present in abundance, released at the surface when oil was produced, but the commercial and industrial uses for this gas were not fully explored until late in the 1970s.
Part 6 - Our valued LNG connection It hardly seems that the historic New England city of Boston on the east coast of the United States would have any important ties with Trinidad and Tobago beyond that city's summer carnival celebrations imported by Caribbean migrants from this country. But there is another vital Trinidad and Tobago link that brings the warmth of our carnival into the homes of Boston even during the bitter cold winter months.
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