The Mango project is the first phase in the development of the Mango field hydrocarbon resources, discovered in 2000 off the South East Coast of Trinidad. The Mango facilities are based on the standardised Cannonball design, and developed consistent with the business “hub and spoke” concept. The Mango field has been developed using a single unmanned platform with a capacity to produce from nine wells. Gas is exported through a four-mile 26-inch diameter subsea pipeline tied into the current Cannonball pipeline and then to the Cassia B gas processing hub. The Mango development is designed to add an incremental 1 bcf/d of gas deliverability and some associated condensate. Production from Mango began in November 2007.
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