In recent years Trinidad and Tobago’s maritime industry has witnessed changes that are sending ripples around the globe. New regulations, new technologies and changing trade volumes are altering the game, and several indicators show the country stands to benefit.
Articles & Analysis | Trinidad and Tobago positions itself as regional centre for liquefied natural gas bunkering from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2020
Articles & Analysis | Infrastructure investment and vehicle-sharing platforms boost urban mobility from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2020
Across the globe the urban transportation sector is experiencing rapid expansion, driven by economic growth and a global demographic shift towards urbanisation. Politicians, urban planners and private sector actors are working together to find new solutions for reducing congestion and increasing the speed and efficiency of urban transport. However, unless proactive steps are...
Articles & Analysis | Infrastructure projects tackle congestion, position Trinidad and Tobago as a transport hub from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2020
Despite its relatively small size, Trinidad and Tobago is well placed to become a regional maritime and air transport hub. However, the country has faced challenges in improving its connections to both surrounding nations and wider global markets. On the domestic level, an increasingly diversified economy will require an upgrade of the country’s road infrastructure and...
Trinidad and Tobago is the largest producer of oil and gas in the Caribbean. While there is a need to diversify the economy away from its dependence on hydrocarbons, a number of new discoveries in late 2019 appear set to support a short-term recovery in the energy sector and lend financing to the wider economy.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Mohamed Samara, CEO, Meridian Port Services: Interview from The Report: Ghana 2020
How far have harbour operations in Ghana begun to leverage digitalisation?