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OPM: BP to invest US$5 billion in TT over next five years

OPM: BP to invest US$5 billion in TT over next five years | CNC3

  • The Office of the Prime Minister says BP will invest US $5 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years.
  • A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister says this was just one of the talking points at a high-level meeting yesterday between Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley and senior BP executives.
  • At the meeting it was determined that the final agreement between the National Gas Company and BP for Angelin will be executed shortly and that this project will be kept on schedule.
  • The parties discussed the investment by BP of between USD$5-6 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years, with BP committing to further exploration and production.
  • The parties also discussed the future of the hydrocarbon industry in Trinidad and Tobago and the continuation of the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago and BP.

The Office of the Prime Minister says BP will invest US $5 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years. A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister says this was just one of the talking points at a high-level meeting yesterday between Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley and senior BP executives. The Prime Minister and Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young are in Houston, Texas for a series of critical talks with leaders in the energy industry. BP Upstream Chief Executive Bernard Looney, BP Chief Operating Officer Andy Hopwood and bptt Regional President Norman Christie represented the company at the meeting. At the meeting it was determined that the final agreement between the National Gas Company and BP for Angelin will be executed shortly and that this project will be kept on schedule. The parties discussed the investment by BP of between USD$5-6 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years, with BP committing to further exploration and production. There was also discussion with respect to Atlantic LNG. Another matter raised at the meeting was the settlement of long outstanding Royalty Gas positions. It is expected that this will be resolved in the coming weeks. The parties also discussed the future of the hydrocarbon industry in Trinidad and Tobago and the continuation of the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago and BP. In the coming weeks both parties are expected to make further announcements about the successful execution of certain agreements. The Prime Minister and Minister Young will be meeting with Shell today.

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The Office of the Prime Minister says BP will invest US $5 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years.

A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister says this was just one of the talking points at a high-level meeting yesterday between Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley and senior BP executives.

The Prime Minister and Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, Stuart Young are in Houston, Texas for a series of critical talks with leaders in the energy industry.

BP Upstream Chief Executive Bernard Looney, BP Chief Operating Officer Andy Hopwood and bptt Regional President Norman Christie represented the company at the meeting.

At the meeting it was determined that the final agreement between the National Gas Company and BP for Angelin will be executed shortly and that this project will be kept on schedule.

The parties discussed the investment by BP of between USD$5-6 billion in Trinidad and Tobago over the next five years, with BP committing to further exploration and production.

There was also discussion with respect to Atlantic LNG.

Another matter raised at the meeting was the settlement of long outstanding Royalty Gas positions. It is expected that this will be resolved in the coming weeks.

The parties also discussed the future of the hydrocarbon industry in Trinidad and Tobago and the continuation of the relationship between Trinidad and Tobago and BP. 

In the coming weeks both parties are expected to make further announcements about the successful execution of certain agreements.

The Prime Minister and Minister Young will be meeting with Shell today.

OPM: BP to invest US$5 billion in TT over next five years