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Yinson orders turret mooring for Layang FPSO


Thursday 3rd of May 2018


The FPSO will be owned and operated by Yinson and operate on the Layang Field Offshore Sarawak, Malaysia.

To remind, Yinson has received an approval to take over the Layang FPSO project from Malaysia’s THHE, following THHE’s struggle to deliver the FPSO on time.

Yinson will pay around $95 million to THHE for the Layang FPSO contract novation.
Following months of uncertainty with the Layang FPSO project, the light at the end of the tunnel seems near.

Source: offshoreenergytoday.com


Technip US wins feed for TORTUE FPSO


Monday 16th of April 2018


TechnipFMC has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract by BP for the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit for the Tortue/Ahmeyim field development, a major LNG project located offshore on the maritime border of Mauritania and Senegal.

The Tortue/Ahmeyim field development is located in the C-8 block off the shore of Mauritania and the Saint-Louis Profond block offshore Senegal.

The initial subsea infrastructure connects the first four wells consolidated through production pipelines leading to a FPSO vessel. From here liquids are removed and the export gas is transported via a pipeline to the floating liquid natural gas (FLNG) hub terminal.

Source: Subsea world news


Wind farm project in Taiwan


Thursday 5th of April 2018


Semco Maritime has been selected by a joint venture between Canadian power producer Northland Power Inc. (NPI) and Taiwan-based Yushan Energy for an engineering study for the Hai Long offshore wind farm in the Changhua area in Taiwan.

The 1.2GW Hai Long development incorporates two offshore wind farms buildings, one with a capacity of 700MW and another one of 500MW, with both offshore wind farms expected to use 6-8MW offshore wind turbines.

The projects will result in over 1000MW of Offshore Windpower being made available to the Taiwan electrical power grid.

Source: Subsea world news


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