BP Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago

BP Cassia Compression Platform FEED

Fluor was selected by BP Trinidad and Tobago to perform the front-end engineering and design (FEED) for the Cassia Compression Platform Project off the east coast of Trinidad and Tobago.

The scope includes design of a new offshore gas compression platform bridge connected to the existing Cassia hub as well as related brownfield modifications.

Client's Challenge

BP operates 13 offshore platforms and two onshore processing facilities in Trinidad and Tobago. The project's new platform will compress gas produced from the existing Cassia platforms and is BP's first compression project in Trinidad. The gas compression capability will help maintain the production rates from the Cassia hub to the Atlantic LNG onshore terminal.

Fluor's Solution

Fluor has previously developed several BP facilities in Trinidad and Tobago.

Stork, a Fluor company, also currently provides maintenance, modification and asset integrity services for BP's offshore assets in Trinidad and Tobago. This combined approach provides an integrated solution to BP and a high level of local content for the project.

Fluor's experience working with previous vendors and subcontractors provides a more collaborative delivery model for the project. During FEED, Fluor developed an inherently safer design; optimized the platform layout; supported the procurement of long-lead items; and developed schedule and cost estimates for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation phase.


Fluor performed FEED for a new offshore gas compression platform for BP off the coast of Trinidad and Tobago. FEED activities completed in 2017.