Trinidad onshore compression project starts up

BP and the government of Trinidad & Tobago have announced the startup of the Trinidad Onshore Compression Project.
By Staff reporter 18 April 2017 0 25518

BP and the government of Trinidad & Tobago have announced the startup of the Trinidad Onshore Compression Project (TROC), one of seven projects the UK major plans to bring online this year.

The startup process will take place over the next few months.

TROC has an output capacity of 5.7 million cubic metres of gas per day, which will boost Trinidad’s production capacity.

"Delivered on-time and on-budget, this major infrastructure project is part of BP’s plan to bring 500,000 barrels per day of new production capacity online by...

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