PETROTRIN LTD/ Petroleum Company Of Trinidad & Tobago Ltd

Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (“Petrotrin”), is an integrated Oil and Gas Company. It is a limited liability company that is wholly owned by the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Its principal activities are the exploration for, development of and production of hydrocarbons and the manufacturing and marketing of petroleum products.

The company was incorporated on January 21, 1993 to consolidate and operate the petroleum producing, refining and marketing assets of State-owned enterprises: Trinidad and Tobago Oil Company Limited (Trintoc) and Trinidad and Tobago Petroleum Company Limited (Trintopec). In 2000, Petrotrin acquired the assets of Texaco Inc. in the joint venture Trinmar Limited, making that entity a part of its Exploration and Production operations.

Petrotrin operates in land and marine acreage across the southern half of Trinidad with offshore operations at Galeota in the southeast and in the Gulf of Paria. The registered office of the Company is located at Petrotrin Administration Building, Southern Main Road, Pointe-a-Pierre, Trinidad, West Indies.

Member type

Ordinary

Address

Administration Building
Southern Main Road,

City

Pointe-A-Pierre

Country

Trinidad

Phone number

1-868-658-4200/10/20/30

Fax Number

1-868-658-3775

Email address

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Website

http://www.petrotrin.com/

Products/Services

Petroleum - Exploration & Production
Petroleum Products

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