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With more than 270 floating systems in operation to date, the market for FPSOs has proven to be a lucrative space for oil and gas operators. Although the current low oil price has caused many projects to be postponed, FPSOs will continue to be the most cost-effective solution to access frontier offshore regions. As a look back at the...Full Article »
FPSO redeployments are one of the key features that make FPSOs costeffective solutions for field developments, however this strength has been undermined by a growth in inefficiency. Now, the real barriers to successful vessel redeployment lay not so much in the expected technological challenges but instead, in the inflexibility...Full Article »
Royston completes engine overhaul on North Sea FPSO U.K. based diesel power specialist Royston Limited has completed a major engine overhaul on the Bluewater-owned Haewene Brim offshore floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel. SBM revenues dive on downturn in FPSO orders SBM Offshore’s revenues has been almost...Full Article »
BP hit with Skarv FPSO improvement notice Oil major BP has been issued with a notice from Norway’s safety body for violations related to operational risk on its Skarv FPSO (Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel). The PSA (Petroleum Safety Authority) said non-conformities were identified in connection with risk management...Full Article »
It is important that the industry continues to get a good feel of where the FPSO market is heading. As such, the FPSO Network is pleased to present our 2015 Global FPSO Market Survey to get your thoughts on where the industry is headed. The survey below consists of 16 of the most important questions in the FPSO market at the moment, and it will...Full Article »
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Belgium-based EXMAR is to develop and operate the floating liquefaction (FLNG) facility as part of the Douglas Channel LNG project in British Columbia, Canada....Full Article »
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