bp Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT) has announced the successful completion of its Trinidad Offshore Pipeline Replacement (TOPR) project, as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to enhance its infrastructure.
The TOPR project involved the installation of a 96-kilometre, 12-inch pipeline, which replaces an aging pipeline that had reached the end of its design life.
This new infrastructure will transport liquids from offshore facilities to be processed onshore at bp’s Terminal at Galeota point.
David Campbell, President of bpTT, emphasized the company’s commitment to Trinidad and Tobago’s energy future, particularly the role of natural gas in the country’s energy landscape. He stated, “We are focused on helping to unlock Trinidad and Tobago’s energy future and are investing in projects that enable the development of the country’s natural gas resources. We will continue to upgrade our infrastructure to be able to continue to supply the energy the world needs today.”
The completion of this critical infrastructure upgrade is part of a series of investments made by bpTT over the last five years to improve the integrity of its pipeline and liquids handling systems.
These investments are aimed at supporting the long-term development of gas resources in the region.