Monday, 27 August 2018 18:05

Assessments On Energy Infrastructure Continue After 6.9 Magnitude Earthquake

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The Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries says reports from energy sector companies have so far indicated no visible structural damage to offshore and onshore infrastructure following last Tuesday's 6.9 Magnitude earthquake.

Assessments, however, are currently ongoing.

The Ministry says with respect to Trinmar, some offshore installations have been minimally impacted, the most serious being structural damage to the Block Station Bridge on Platform 4 in the Main Soldado Field.

At the Petrotrin Refinery, there've been no reported disruptions, save and except impacts to the loading arm for loading vessels with petroleum products.

The Ministry noted that there have been reported impacts to office buildings in Port of Spain such as Albion Plaza, Shell House, NPMC Sea Lots, and Atlantic.

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