The TTEITI has just released its Fifth T&T EITI Report for fiscal 2016.
1st Place Winner of the TTEITI National Secondary Schools Tour 2018 receive their prizes.
Victor Hart, TTEITI Chairman and Campus Principal Prof. Brian Copeland renew TTEITI/UWI MOU.
His Excellency Tim Stew (British High Commissioner), Energy Minister Franklin Khan, Victor Hart (TTEITI Chairman), Senator the Hon. Regilio Dodson (Minister of Natural Resources, Suriname) and Senator the Hon. Darcy Boyce (Minister of Energy, Barbados) at the TTEITI Regional Symposium 2018
 

Welcome

The Trinidad and Tobago Extractive industries Transparency Initiative (TTEITI) is part of an international coalition of governments, extractive companies and civil society working together to improve openness and accountable management of revenues from oil, gas and minerals.

We Provide

  • Independent assurance on the money T&T earns from our natural resources.
  • Easy to read, relevant data on the energy sector for all citizens.
  • Recommendations on how Government can improve its revenue collection and audit systems.

Key Figures

  • SUMMARY
OIL & GAS REVENUE (FY'17)
9 billion
TT$
OIL PRODUCTION (Feb'18)
69610
barrels per day
GAS PRODUCTION (Feb'18)
3631
mmscfd
Data to be added
Data to be added
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