Assets & Operations

BPC is a full-cycle E&P company with a portfolio of assets in multiple jurisdictions across the Caribbean and South America, targeting significant production growth and cash flow generation by increasing production from its existing fields in Trinidad and Tobago and developing its appraisal and development prospects in Trinidad and Tobago, and Suriname. BPC  also provides access to high impact exploration in Uruguay, Trinidad and Tobago and The Bahamas.


Assets & Operations

The Bahamas
  • 5 licences (100%) plus 3 licence applications (100%), all offshore
  • Unrisked prospective resources of 1.6 -3.3 bnbbls
  • Near-term high-impact exploration drilling: Perseverance #1 well on B North structure segment end 2020/early 2021, targeting P50 0.7 bnbbls (Upside 1.4 bnbbls)
Trinidad and Tobago
  • 6 licences (100%), 1 licence (83.8%) -all onshore, close to sales infrastructure
  • c. 400 -450 bopd production base from multiple fields and considerable well stock
  • Production enhancement opportunities from workovers, reactivations & new pumps accessing shallow reservoirs
  • Enhanced sweep efficiency and increased recovery factor via EOR techniques and in-fill wells
  • Discovery at Saffron -appraisal and early-stage development
  • Low-cost development options across portfolio
  • 1 onshore licence -Weg Naar Zee PSC (100%)
  • Planning for Extended Well Test (EWT) with realised production able to be sold -success leads to early, low-cost development and reserves adds (24 mmbbl STOIIP)
  • 1 offshore licence -OFF-1 (100%)
  • 1 bnbbl estimated resource potential
  • Low cost initial 4 year exploration period

Reserves and Resources:


Currently, there is no consistent estimation of reserves and resources across the Company’s expanded portfolio.

For this reason, BPC has initiated a programme of work to commission an independent third-party Competent Person’s Report (CPR) for the Company’s various assets and licences in The Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, and Uruguay.

BPC is, however, expecting that at the conclusion of this exercise the Company will be able to report a current portfolio-wide 2P reserve of 1 mmbbl (net).

Thereafter, ongoing maturation of resource and reserves across the portfolio is a core business objective, and based on information currently available, the Company is targeting a 2P reserve as at end of 2021 of 10 mmbbl (net), and longer-term of 50 mmbbl (net) at end of 2025 (which could be considerably greater depending on the level of success assumed in The Bahamas).

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