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BG, Chevron greenlight new field development
BG Trinidad and Tobago and Chevron Trinidad and Tobago yesterday announced that they were moving forward with the development of the Starfish field project. In a statement, BG said the Starfish field, which was discovered in 1998, straddles Block 5(a) and Block E and forms part of the East Coast Marine Area (ECMA).
ECMA is operated by BG Group subsidiaries on behalf of a joint venture with Chevron, with each partner holding 50 per cent participating interest. The ECMA joint venture has produced natural gas from the Dolphin and Dolphin Deep fields since 1996 and 2006, respectively.
“The Starfish project represents the next planned phase of significant production of new reserves for the ECMA joint venture. First gas from the Starfish field is planned to come on stream in the fourth quarter of 2014,” according to the BG statement.
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