BP projects will turn tide in Trinidad in 2019 – expert

Projects controlled by BP’s Trinidadian unit are the Caribbean country’s best hope of boosting its gas production, which has slumped in recent years
By Chris Noon 14 July 2017
The Dolphin platform off the Trinidadian coast. (BG Group)

Output from a raft of BP-controlled projects will halt Trinidad and Tobago’s declining gas production by 2019, an energy consultant has told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

"We feel confident that Trinidadian gas production will increase [from today’s level] in 2018-2019, and it is the ramp-up of [the] Juniper [project] and the sanctioning of [the] Angelin [field] that is driving this – but there could be more to come," said Kjetil Solbrække, senior vice president for South America at Rystad Energy.

"We are seeing gas production...

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