BPTT adds to reserves at Angelin offshore Trinidad and Tobago

03/24/2014
BP Trinidad & Tobago's (BPTT) Ocean Bottom Cable Seismic (OBCS) has already added significant proved reserves to its Angelin gas discovery in 80 m of water offshore the east coast of Trinidad and Tobago, the company said. Angelin's original estimates were just shy of 1.5 tcf of natural gas and, according to BPTT, the use of OBCS along with technology it has never used outside of a test environment have led to adjustments to the field's proved reserves. BPTT said, "The OBCS used Independent Simultaneous Source (ISS) technology. This represented the first time that BP used ISS technology outside of a test environment. ISS uses multiple vessels to collect data, making the process mo...
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