BP in Trinidad and Tobago
BP has been operating in Trinidad and Tobago since 1961. We are the largest energy company in Trinidad and Tobago and the largest single foreign investor in the country
Trinidad and Tobago enjoys an advantaged infrastructure position, a proven track record of exploration and delivery and prime access to the Atlantic Basin LNG market.
BP has significant presence along the value chain, holding an average working interest of 39% in Atlantic LNG, which operates four LNG trains. Atlantic Train 1, designed to produce 3 million tonnes per annum (mtpa), started up in 1999, followed by Trains 2 and 3 in 2002 and 2003 respectively, both designed to produce 3.3mtpa. Train 4, which delivered its first cargo in 2006, is designed to produce 5.2mtpa. The LNG produced is sold to world markets.
BP aims to continue building on its integrated position, bringing our existing gas reserves on to production through the sequential development of new fields and providing a continued supply of gas to domestic and LNG markets.
BP Exploration and Production in Trinidad and Tobago
BPTT Working Interest: 100% (Note: BP has a 70% working interest in BPTT)
Juniper develops BPTT’s Corallita and Lantana (CL) fields. CL is located ca. 50 miles SE of Galeota Point in ca. 360’ water depth. BPTT has selected a subsea concept for Juniper
The project will target five subsea wells: three at Corallita and two at Lantana drilled from a moored semi-submersible rig. The production will be tied into the existing Mahogany B processing facilities. To enable this tie-in the project is carrying out concept definition engineering for:
- Subsea architecture (subsea well heads, trees, manifolds, flow lines, risers, controls, umbilicals)
- A new Mahogany C subsea support platform