Trinidad & Tobago | Caribbean | South America
Blewcoast combines the experience and talents of both organisations to help businesses measure, account, report and reduce GHG emissions in a structured and pragmatic manner. Blewcoast’s innovative, tailored, and commercially viable service integrates all of the services required for Strategic decarbonisation, Measurement, Accounting, and Reporting, using Technology to facilitate the delivery of these services, bespoke to each client.Read more here
Directors Mr. Frank Teelucksingh & Mr. Nazeer Gopaul
We provide a wide variety of services to both land and marine based projects including Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Drilling, Industrial Plants, Marine Seismic Surveys, Port Development, Onshore Oil and Gas Activities, Shoreline Monitoring and Management, Climate Vulnerability Assessments and environmental research.
We are ideally placed to conduct environmental monitoring services to ensure regulatory compliance in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean.
Our specialty is conducting Environmental Impact Assessments for Certificate of Environmental Clearance (CEC) approvals from the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) in Trinidad and Tobago.
We also conduct data collection surveys, including regulatory monitoring, to manage the environmental impact of our client’s activities.
We provide several modelling services including oceanographic modelling and air emissions modelling.
We will take you through the entire process from project design, data collection and analysis through reporting.
Coastal Dynamics Limited has at its disposal a variety of equipment to take in situ measurements in marine and terrestrial environments, as well as collect samples for later laboratory testing and analysis.
Coastal Dynamics Limited is capable of conducting rapid ecological assessments in a wide variety of ecosystems, whether marine or terrestrial.
DHI in collaboration with CDL has developed a 3D hydrodynamic forecast system for the region around Trinidad and Tobago. The operational system utilizes real-time meteorological forcing together with measured currents, and tidal forcings to develop boundary conditions as input to the model. The model then produces a 5 day forecast of the current speed and direction for the area of interest. This forecast model can then be applied to a variety of operational uses including the migration pathways and extent of potential spills. The operational system workflow is shown below
The oceanographic forecasting system produces two daily current forecasts covering the period up to 5 days ahead in time and is continuously being evaluated and improved based on historical performance metrics. In addition, the forecasting data has also proven to be useful for running sediment transport models to evaluate drill cuttings/mud dispersion and well capping activities in the region.
"With the current boom in offshore oil exploration activities in the Caribbean, the timing of this development could not have been better, and we are proud to continue delivering industry leading realtime forecasting and decision support system around the world." says Jesper Kjelds, Global Director of Business Development for DHI.
DHI MIKE3, CORMIX, AERMOD-BREEZE