“The Trinity Story and 35 Years of Building Companies”
with Bruce Dingwall, Executive Chairman of Trinity Exploration and Production

Bruce will distill his 35 years of building companies, including the “Trinity Story”. What went well, and some of what did not and why.

Trinity is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company focused solely on Trinidad and Tobago. Trinity operates producing and development assets both onshore and offshore, in the shallow water West and East Coasts of Trinidad. Trinity’s portfolio includes current production, significant near-term production growth opportunities from low risk developments and multiple exploration prospects with the potential to deliver meaningful reserves/resources growth.

The Company operates all of its nine licences and, across all of the Group’s assets, management’s estimate of 2P reserves as at the end of 2018 was 24.5 mmbbls. Group 2C contingent resources are estimated to be 18.8 mmbbls. The Group’s overall 2P plus 2C volumes are therefore 43.3 mmbbls.

Trinity is quoted on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange under the ticker TRIN.

Speaker Profile

Bruce has over thirty (30) years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. Bruce founded Trinity in 2005 with the acquisition of Venture Production Plc’s Trinidadian assets. Bruce founded Venture Production in 1997 around the central strategy of assisting the major operators in releasing value from assets that were, to them, no longer material. Venture was sold to Centrica for over $2 billion following a hostile takeover. At the time of the takeover Venture was producing 45,000 boepd and had reserves of 225 mmb.

Bruce is a Geologist and studied at Aberdeen University. He began his career with Exxon as a Geophysicist in the North Sea before moving to London and Scottish Marine Oil (“Lasmo”) where he held numerous senior management roles in its South-East Asian operations.