BP in Georgia focuses on safe, reliable pipeline operations delivering energy to region and int'l markets
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Nov. 16
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
BP in Georgia is focused on the safe and reliable pipeline operations delivering energy to the region and international markets, BP Azerbaijan told Trend.
"In 2020 The South Caucasus Pipeline Company (SCPC) announced that technical operatorship of the South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP) has been transferred from BP Exploration (Shah Deniz) Limited to SOCAR Midstream Operations Limited, a fully-owned subsidiary of SOCAR," the source noted.
According to BP Azerbaijan, facilities that transfer to SOCAR include pigging station (Area 74), Pressure reducing metering station (Area 80/81), and compressors stations (CSG1 and CSG2) in Georgia.
"As a common operator, BP is working closely with SOCAR to deliver safe and reliable operations and handover of SCP facilities," the company said.
As the company said, BP in Georgia continues safe and reliable pipeline operations of the major oil and gas projects delivering energy to the region and international markets.
"SCPX is getting ready for delivering gas to Europe as planned. TAP is now officially announced ready for the first gas to Europe by the end of this year," the source said.
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