BP Angelin Platform

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Project background

The Angelin development, originally discovered by the El Diablo well in 1995, includes a new platform and four wells. It is located 60km off the south-east coast of Trinidad in a water depth of approximately 65m.

The new platform, BP’s 15th installation offshore Trinidad and Tobago, has a production capacity of 600 million standard cubic feet a day (mmscfd). Gas flows from the platform to the existing Serrette hub via a new 21km pipeline.

Scope of supply

PJ Piping won the contract to supply the bulk pipe, fittings, flanges, bolting and gaskets. We were asked to produce and supply materials quickly and in accordance with the BP specifications. The project is ongoing as we continue to supply specialty piping products to the development of additional flow-lines.

  • ½” – 16” pipe, fittings and flanges
  • Compact flanges delivered within 4 weeks
  • Stock materials tested in accordance to the BP specification


A blend of valves and piping, encompassing multiple individual purchase orders all to BP specifications would have resulted in dozens of individual purchase orders if the client had decided to split the scope. PJ Valves and PJ Piping managed the entire scope from its US and UK offices and factories. Schedule management and witness inspections were managed by local teams ensuring a smooth outcome for the customer in terms of reduced administration and on time delivery of products and documentation. We continued to support the customer in the commissioning phase for this project.

Relevant products

PJ Piping’s comprehensive range of precision engineered pipe, fittings and flanges.

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