Trinidad & Tobago proposes a Caribbean energy alliance with Guyana and Suriname
PORT OF SPAIN, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Trinidad & Tobago Energy Minister Stuart Young on Monday proposed a Caribbean energy alliance with neighboring countries Guyana and Suriname that could reshape the region's energy security.
Speaking at a Trinidad and Tobago energy conference that included Guyana President Irfaan Ali, Young said the alliance could bring oil and gas resources from Guyana, Venezuela, and Suriname to Trinidad for processing and export. (Reporting by Curtis Williams in Port of Spain; editing by Gary McWilliams)
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