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Petrolis awarded for Catcher project

Monday 15th of January 2018

BW Offshore has awarded his subcontractor Petrolis to provided rope access technicians to perform offshore activities on Catcher FPSO.

Offshore scope of work in North sea : Installation of winch mooring line & monitoring system; Removal of red clamp & Removal of flare tip transportation clamps.

Petrolis will also performed punch killing activities and other carry over work for preservation and cleaning.

Liza FPSO under way in Singapore

Monday 1st of January 2018

In mid-November, the Bahamas-flagged VLCC Tina arrived at Keppel Shipyard in Singapore, where it will undergo conversion for ExxonMobil’s Liza Phase 1 development in the Stabroek block offshore Guyana.

The conversion will include upgrade work on the hull and integration of the topsides. When completed, the FPSO will be able to produce up to 120,000 b/d of oil, with associated gas treatment capacity of around 170 MMcf/d and water injection capacity of roughly 200,000 b/d.

The FPSO will be spread moored in a water depth of 1,525 m (5,000 ft) and will be able to store 1.6 MMbbl of crude oil.

Source: Offshore mag

Egina’s departure: the world’s largest FPSO

Tuesday 7th of November 2017

The world’s largest Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel left the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea under tow for its voyage to Nigeria.

The Egina FPSO was ordered by Total in 2013 for a total investment $3 billion covering the entire engineering, procurement, construction, transport, and commissioning phases of the project.

Once on stream, the field will have a production capacity of 200,000 barrels per day, with the Egina boasting 2.3 million barrels of storage capacity.
Tuesday’s departure of the gigantic floater marks the latest of three offshore mega-projects.

Source: Energy industry online

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