Operating Companies in the NGC Group of Companies

In the world of natural gas, the NGC Group is an extraordinary force.

For over four decades, the members of the NGC Group have been co-creators and implementors of a globally-admired, proprietary blueprint for sustainable natural gas-based development; a model that ensures Trinidad and Tobago derives maximum value from its natural gas resources.

This proven ability and capacity equip us to share this uncommon knowledge with potential, emerging international gas-based jurisdictions, while continuing to secure our business at home, developing our people and securing Trinidad and Tobago’s future.

NGC Group Operations

  • Natural gas-based development and merchandising
  • Pipeline construction
  • LNG production
  • Development and management of industrial sites
  • Port and marine infrastructure
  • Processing, fractionation, and marketing of Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs)
  • Marketing of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

National Energy

National Energy

National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (National Energy) —is a 100% owned subsidiary responsible for industrial site, port and marine infrastructure development; associated services to support the energy industry; the development and facilitation of new downstream energy-based industries in Trinidad and Tobago. National Energy has established an office outside of Trinidad and Tobago, with the incorporation of National Energy (Guyana) Inc. in 2019. National Energy GI was established to conduct business activities in the South American emerging energy economies, namely Guyana and Suriname, through the development of strategic relationships and partnerships towards realizing the company’s vision to be a recognized global leader in the development of sustainable energy-related businesses.



Labidco Sky ViewLa Brea Industrial Development Company Limited (LABIDCO) — owns, operates and manages the La Brea Industrial Estate, inclusive of the Port of Brighton in La Brea, Trinidad and Tobago. NGC holds 91.55% of shares in LABIDCO and Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Limited (TPHL) holds the remaining 8.45%. LABIDCO’s location and deep-water harbour are ideally suited to provide port, logistics and dock services for northeast South America, including the energy sectors of Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana.



NGC Green Company Limited

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NGC Green Company Limited (NGC Green) — NGC Green Company Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NGC, helping to institute a cleaner energy future through investment in low-carbon fuels, energy efficiency, sustainable transportation and associated research and development. NGC Green key focus areas are:

  • Strategic investments in vital decarbonization projects and technologies
  • Transportation (CNG, Electric Vehicles, alternative fuels such as hydrogen and methanol)
  • Renewable and low-carbon energy (solar, wind, LNG, biogas)
  • Energy efficiency (SuperESCOs, education programmes)
  • Research and Development


Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL)

National Energy

Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL) — is an indirect subsidiary of NGC, owned by NGC NGL Company Limited (51%) (a majority-owned subsidiary of NGC), Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited (39%) (in which NGC has a minority interest) and Pan West Engineers & Constructors LLC (10%). It is engaged in natural gas processing and the aggregation, fractionation and marketing of natural gas liquids (NGLs), operating as an NGL hub. PPGPL also owns an NGL marketing business in Houston, acquired in February 2020 from Twin Eagle Liquids Marketing LLC. Operating under the Phoenix Park brand, Phoenix Park Energy Marketing LLC (PPEM) is currently engaged in the business of marketing, trading and transportation of natural gas liquids in Canada, USA and Mexico. These NGLs are transported via rail car to customers and averages approximately five hundred (500) rail cars per month. In 2022, PPGPL also acquired a terminal in Hull, Texas which has a maximum capacity of 16 rail cars per day (14,000 bpd) and a storage capacity of 11,200 barrels per day for NGLs and LPG.


Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited (TTNGL)


Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited (TTNGL) — is a 25% owned subsidiary, which serves as an investment vehicle to enable the public to participate in equity ownership of PPGPL. TTNGL owns 39% of PPGPL and is currently a Publicly Listed Company/Investment Holding Company. TTNGL is 25% owned by NGC and 75% by the public.


Other subsidiary activities include:

  • Upstream gas and oil exploration and production
  • The production and marketing of commodities such as methanol
  • Marketing of technical expertise
  • Management of a new and rapidly expanding portfolio of clean energy investments

Summary of Services and Products Provided

NGC’s business activities span the entire natural gas value chain. The main products and services provided are:

1. Natural Gas Aggregation and Marketing

NGC is the sole purchaser, transporter and seller of natural gas in Trinidad and Tobago’s natural gas-based energy sector.

Through its aggregation business, NGC pools supply from all upstream producers to service downstream demand.

2. Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution

NGC engineers, procures, constructs, maintains and operates Trinidad and Tobago’s natural gas transmission and distribution pipeline network and connections to commercial and industrial customers. The network, which has a capacity of 4.4 Bcf/d comprises 1,000km of onshore and marine pipelines. NGC also provides gas to a diverse group of companies in the light industrial and commercial sector.

3. Supply for Power Generation

NGC’s key customer is Trinidad and Tobago’s electric utility, the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission(T&TEC). NGC provides a reliable natural gas supply to several independent power producers in Trinidad and Tobago.

4. NGL/LPG Production

Phoenix Park Gas Processors Limited (PPGPL) is engaged in natural gas processing and the aggregation, fractionation, and marketing of natural gas liquids (NGLs). It operates as Trinidad and Tobago’s NGL hub on the Point Lisas Industrial Estate, where it operates a state-of-the-art cryogenic gas processing facility.

PPGPL owns and operates three (3) natural gas processing facilities capable of processing up to 1.95 billion standard cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas, together with associated facilities. The natural gas processing facility also includes a booster compressor station with a capacity of 42 million standard cubic feet per day (mmcf/d) for receipt of associated gas. The associated facilities include three fractionators (Fractionators 1, 2 and 3) that separate NGLs into propane and butane (LPGs) and natural gasoline. The fractionators can fractionate up to 70,000 barrels per day (bpd) of NGLs produced from the three (3) natural gas processing facilities as well as additional NGLs purchased from the Atlantic LNG facility at Point Fortin. Fractionator 3 also includes a butane splitter with the capacity of 7,000 barrels per day (bpd) for splitting mixed butane into normal butane and isobutane.

5. Natural Gas-Based Development

National Energy engages in the conceptualisation, promotion, development, and facilitation of new energy-based and downstream industries in Trinidad and Tobago. It is also responsible for the identification, development and management of new industrial estates and deep-water ports, with associated towage and harbour operations, and the ownership and operation of marine and other infrastructure assets to facilitate gas-based petrochemical and heavy industry plants.

National Energy is involved in developing, managing, and operating industrial and marine infrastructure. The company has also been involved in the construction and operation of petrochemical plants, and marine infrastructure that continues to service the Point Lisas Industrial Estate. The company continues to execute the development of energy projects and infrastructure and is willing to leverage its expertise to drive the development of energy infrastructure in other energy jurisdictions.

6. Port and Estate Management

La Brea Industrial Development Company Limited (LABIDCO) promotes, develops, operates and manages the La Brea Industrial Estate and maritime infrastructure facilities at the Port of Brighton, both located in La Brea, Trinidad and Tobago. LABIDCO offers developed industrial sites for lease, bioremediation services for the treatment of oily waste, port facilities for the import/export of goods and materials, logistics, open and covered storage, and a dock/yard for
the fabrication of offshore platforms.

7. Investments and Shareholdings – E&P and LNG

Through its investments, subsidiaries and associated companies, NGC is also involved in other activities in the energy sector – from the production and marketing of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) to upstream gas and oil exploration and production. These investments and shareholdings have enabled NGC to develop its LNG marketing and trading business. The company is now well-positioned to provide an end-to-end solution to Guyana for the supply, regasification, and
distribution to end customers.