BP projects will turn tide in Trinidad in 2019 – expert

By Chris Noon 14 July 2017
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The Dolphin platform off the Trinidadian coast. (BG Group) 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.

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