Offshore + Deepwater


bridge landing fabrication


Trinidad, West Indies

TOFCO completed work for the BPTT Cassia Compression (Cassia C) offshore platform at its facility in La Brea, Trinidad.

With an overall tonnage of 5,507 tons, this was an historical project as it is the HEAVIEST JACKET and the HEAVIEST and LONGEST PILES to be fabricated and built in Trinidad.

The Cassia Compression project will enable BPTT to access and produce low-pressure gas resources from currently-producing fields in the Greater Cassia area, maximizing recovery from these existing resources.  Located 57 km (35 mi) offshore south-east of Trinidad, the Cassia C platform will have a throughput capacity of 1.2 bcf/d.

Link to progress videos by BPTT:

  • Prime Minister Dr the Hon Keith Rowley visits the TOFCO yard where the jacket for BPTT’s Cassia C platform is being fabricated.  Watch Video.
  • Take a look at the great work being done at the TOFCO yard with the Cassia C jacket!  Watch Video.

Established in 2004 as a joint venture of Chet Morrison Contractors, LLC, a Houma, LA-based company, and Weldfab Ltd. of Trinidad, TOFCO has become a highly valued supplier of comprehensive construction and maintenance services. The company is recognized for its outstanding safety standards and superior work, and is known as a one-stop solution for the highest quality fabrication and support needs for the oil and gas industry.

We've had a long partnership with TOFCO. One that I'm proud of and one that I think everyone should be proud of. We have already built 6 of our 15 offshore facilities here in TOFCO. Cassia compression represents the 7th of those.

Claire Fitzpatrick, Regional President, BPTT