NGC's $250M debacle
Posted: Saturday, July 17, 2021
NGC's $250M debacle
The NGC which essentially buys gas from the upstream producers and then sells it to companies in the petrochemical sector has very little supply of its own and still, it decided to risk an estimated quarter-billion dollars in doing a turn-around of the plant and on keeping Train 1 in a state of readiness to operate with no guarantee that it could find the gas to support its eventual return to operation.
BPTT's Cassia C platform arrives from Mexico
"The Cassia compression project is important to our business in Trinidad and plays a key part in our gas supply contract commitments," the official said. Cassia C is the 16th bpTT offshore installation and first offshore compression facility. The project enables us to access low pressure gas resources from over 30 wells across seven fields in the Cassia hub and is forecast to start up in 2022.
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