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Yinson: Abigail-Joseph FPSO Sets Sail for Nigeria. First Oil in May

Feb 28, 2020

Malaysian FPSO leasing company Yinson has informed that its FPSO Abigail-Joseph has set sail from Singapore to Nigeria, where it will be deployed at First E&P offshore oil fields.The FPSO, previously named Allan, has recently been upgraded by Keppel in Singapore…

Operators Could Soon Pay More for FPSOs

Feb 27, 2020

Amid a raft of February orders and near-orders for floating production storage and offloading vessels, or FPSOs, comes a new report suggesting those shipyards and engineers able to piece them together may soon be feeling the strain.'The strong pace of recent orders has a downside…

Bumi Armada to Appeal Ruling in FPSO Case with Woodside

Feb 27, 2020

Malaysian FPSO leasing company Bumi Armada will appeal a recent court decision in which it lost a case against Woodside concerning an FPSO contract termination from 2016.Woodside terminated the contract in 2016 for the FPSO, which was at the time operating at the Balnaves Field…

Guyana Seeking Partner to Market Its Oil

Feb 26, 2020

Guyana's government on Wednesday launched a search for a company to market its share of crude produced at the offshore Liza well, where an Exxon Mobil Corp-led consortium began producing oil in December.The government is entitled to a share of the oil produced…

Keppel Breaks FPSO Conversion Record

Feb 26, 2020

Singapore's offshore facilities builder Keppel has said it has delivered 'the world’s fastest brownfield Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) modification and upgrading project.'Named FPSO Abigail-Joseph, the vessel was delivered to Malaysia's Yinson Holdings…

Premium for Van Gogh Crude Falls as VLSFO Market Weakens

Feb 26, 2020

Australia's Santos Ltd has sold a 175,000-barrel cargo of Van Gogh crude loading March 29-April 2 to trading house Vitol at a premium of $15-$16 a barrel to dated Brent, well below the last traded level, three sources familiar with the deal said on Thursday…

Dyna-Mac Bags FPSO Topside Work

Feb 25, 2020

Singapore-based oil and gas fabrication company Dyna-Mac has secured an in-principle from undisclosed clients to build FPSO topside modules.Dyna-Mac said Tuesday the fabrication contracts (in-principle) were awarded from both its repeat customer…

Ghana Expects Aker Energy's FID on Pecan 'Within 1-2 Months'

Feb 25, 2020

Ghana expects Norway's Aker Energy to make a final investment decision in the near future regarding the West African country's planned Pecan oilfield development, Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo said on Monday.The government has been frustrated…

Aker BP Gets Skogul Start-Up Nod

Feb 24, 2020

Norwegian oil company Aker BP has received regulatory consent for the start-up of the Skogul field in the North Sea, offshore Norway.The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate granted its consent for the of the field in production license 460 on Monday…

Aker Energy, Yinson Sign Pecan FPSO LoI

Feb 21, 2020

Norwegian oil and gas company Aker Energy has signed a letter of intent with Malaysian FPSO provider for the delivery of an FPSO for Aker Energy's Pecan oil field offshore Ghana.Subject to a firm contract signing, Yinson will get the deal for…

Floatech Must Pay $6,25M to Drydocks World, Court Rules

Feb 19, 2020

A Dubai court has ruled that Floatech, a subsidiary of Malaysia's TH Heavy Engineering, must pay $6,25 million to Dubai's Drydocks World.Drydocks World in April 2019 presented Floatech with a writ of summons demanding Floatech to pay the $6…

Floating Production: The Next Chapter

Feb 19, 2020

The market for floating production, storage and offloading units (FPSO) is heating up. Séverine Baudic, SBM Offshore’s Managing Director for Floating Production Solutions, weighs in on the strategic initiatives and technological innovations…

UPS Wins Northern Endeavour Contract

Feb 17, 2020

Upstream Production Solutions (UPS), Perth, a wholly owned subsidiary of GR Engineering Services Ltd, has agreed with the Australian Government to provide operations and maintenance services to the Northern Endeavour floating production, storage and off-take (FPSO) vessel…

Rubicon Demands Payment from KrisEnergy

Feb 17, 2020

KrisEnergy, an oil company focused on Southeast Asia, has been served a claim by Rubicon demanding a $2.84 payment in relation to a 2014-charter of the Rubicon Vantage FPSO, deployed at KrisEnergy's Wassana field as an FSO. Rubicon has, according to KrisEnergy…

Woodside Pushes Back Browse FID Again

Feb 14, 2020

Australian oil and gas giant Woodside has delayed the long-expected Final Investment Decision for the massive Browse gas development off W. Australia again. The offshore area comprising the Brecknock, Calliance, and Torosa fields - the Browse resource - sits in the offshore Browse Basin…

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