Trinidadian state expectations include the installation of more than 40 CNG refueling stations (currently, there are six points opened) and a vehicles conversion plan, as well as a training program on natural gas vehicle technology for local technicians.
In a first stage, the national “NGV project” will be focused on vehicles from the public transport, government divisions, fire trucks, patrol cars and SUVs in general. As an example, the state has recently acquired 100 vehicles to compressed natural gas to be used for public transport. At the same time, it is also expected that private yachts will be converted to natural gas system.
Later on, once the plan is designed, Trinidad y Tobago will seek to expand the refueling infrastructure, while a natural gas pipeline network will be built just from production centers located in the southern region of the country.