Galeota Point Oil Terminal
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Summary Information

  • Ownership: BP
  • Website:
  • Location: Galeota Point in Guayaguayare
  • Capacity:
  • Crude Type:

Brief Description

  • The Terminal facility is located at Galeota Point in Guayaguayare, off the south east point of Trinidad.
  • The Galeota Point Terminal is designed to handle condensate delivered from the Beachfield Gas Receiving Facility and the condensate and crude oil mixture from the offshore platforms.
  • Crude oil is stored in five crude storage tanks. Saleable oil is periodically loaded from the storage tanks to tankers for export.
  • There are two processing plants at the Galeota Point Terminal, the crude oil plant (COP) and the stabilization plant (Stab).
  • The crude oil plant (COP) which was commissioned in 1976 processes liquids coming from TSP (Teak, Samaan, Poui fields) and CIFK (Cassia, Immortelle, Flamboyant, Kapok fields).
  • The stabilization plant was commissioned in 1987 and is designed to process the lighter condensate associated with the gas production.
  • There are three lines entering the Terminal facility from offshore - 16", 18" and a 12".


  • Bluewater: Calm Buoy Mooring System

Ongoing Projects

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Other Information

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  • 1976 - The crude oil plant (COP) which was commissioned
  • 1987 - The stabilization plant was commissioned

Relevant Links

  1. BP, The Galeota Terminal
  2. Bluewater Calm Buoy Mooring References

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