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ENERGY Caribbean

Energy Caribbean Yearbook 2014-15Launched on June 1, 2002, and published bimonthly, ENERGY Caribbean was the first publication of its type ever devoted exclusively to the energy industry in the Caribbean. It was accompanied by the annual ENERGY Caribbean Yearbook (free to subscribers), a survey of developments in the year in energy gone by and outlook for the year ahead. It was distributed at regional energy conferences and trade events, but it is primarily available through print and electronic subscriptions.

Given the challenges being faced by the energy industry in the region, ENERGY Caribbean and the ENERGY Yearbook are on hiatus for the foreseeable future. The last edition of ENERGY was in 2014.

Orders

  Back issue (newsletter): $10
  Yearbook back issue: $25

Coverage

  News and analysis on oil, gas and downstream activity across the Caribbean region
  Issues and developments in Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Guyana, Jamaica, Barbados, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, plus a Caribbean view of energy matters in Venezuela and other Caribbean Basin countries
  Regional industry data, industry news, contracts, international and regional economic context, company news and profiles, personal profiles, comment

Readership

  Leading companies, governments and organisations involved in the Caribbean energy industry
  Global players in the international industry
  Industry service companies, contractors and suppliers, regional and international
  Institutions of academic research
  Global and regional executives and managers
  Regional and international investors
  Industry observers.

 

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