Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, April 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- As the world focuses on the rising costs of energy, wind power as an alternative to fuel oil and diesel is explored in the new issue of ENERGY Caribbean. In the Renewable Energy section, they look at efforts around the Caribbean to incorporate wind power as a viable energy alternative, and the pros and cons of such an initiative.
Read also about the five new blocks that will be available for exploration in Trinidad and Tobago by the third quarter of 2008, as well as exploration efforts in Barbados, which experts think will yield oil and gas.
Regionally, ENERGY Caribbean continues to look at activities in Suriname, where the new bid rounds have been postponed for three months; in Jamaica, where the new JLP government plans to stick with LNG; and in Latin America, where BG is reaping the rewards of a partnership with Petrobras in Brazil.
A publication of Media and Editorial Projects (MEP), ENERGY Caribbean is the primary source for all energy and energy-related information in the region.
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