Atlantic LNG’s supermajor shareholders are working “feverishly” to replenish Trinidad & Tobago’s depleting gas reserves as the liquefied natural gas plant nears completion of a four-year restructuring process, the country’s energy minister said on Wednesday.

Minister of Energy & Energy Industries Stuart Young said BP and Shell, majority stakeholders in the Atlantic LNG plant, have been “working feverishly” to ensure the longevity of “a very important piece of infrastructure in Trinidad and Tobago”.