Foreign Delegations Visit NGC
Over the last two months, NGC has welcomed to its Head Offices at the Point Lisas Industrial Estate five official delegations from the Industrial College of the US Armed Forces, the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the People's Republic of China, the Gabon French National Assembly. These visits had a common strand in that the visitors were keen to learn more about Trinidad and Tobago's natural gas industry, the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and plans for the future gas-based landscape
Students from the Industrial College of Armed Forces- National Defense University outside of NGC's Phoenix Park Valve Station.
Delegation from The Standing Committee of the Political Bureau/ Central Committee, People's Republic of China. The Honourable Tina Gronlund-Nunez, T&T Minister of State  is at centre.
Officials from Gabon meet with NGC/NEC Officials in NGC's Board Room, Point Lisas

Judging  from the interest shown by the visitors during upbeat question and answer periods, the in-depth presentations by Maria Thorne, VP Legal and Company Secretary, and Vernon Paltoo, Team Leader, Business Development, did the NGC/NEC group proud. The presentations elaborated what is known as the Trinidad Gas Model of Development, the current energy landscape, T&T's success as a world-class centre for natural gas-based processing and plans for furthering downstream objectives.