Alvheim FPSO

Summary Information

  • Name: Alvheim FPSO
  • Field: Alvheim Oil And Gas Field
  • Country: Norway
  • Ownership:
  • Website:
  • Field Operated By: Marathon
  • Capacity: 120,000 barrels per day of oil and 125 million cubic feet per day of natural gas
  • Year of Completion:

Brief Description

  • The Alvheim FPSO has a nameplate capacity of 120,000 barrels per day of oil and 125 million cubic feet per day of natural gas with total storage capacity of 560,000 barrels of oil
  • The Odin multipurpose shuttle tanker was modified to an FPSO
  • Alvheim processes oil from a number of different oil fields including Boyla Oil Field, Vilje Oil Field and Volund Oil Field

Contractors

  • Aker Kvaerner: Topsides and hull definition engineering (FEED)
  • Keppel: FPSO Hull Conversion
  • Vetco Aibel: All topsides equipment and facilities
  • Aker: Pusnes Offloading System
  • ABB: Electrical Systems
  • Jotun: Painting

Status

  • In operation

History

  • 2004 - Aker Kvaerner awarded contract to perform topsides and hull definition engineering (FEED)
  • 2005 - Keppel awarded FPSO conversion contract
  • 2008 - The vessel starts processing crude form Vilje Oil Field
  • 2008 - The vessel starts processing crude form Volund Oil Field
  • 2013 - Fabricom awarded contract to provide maintenance and modification services

Other Information

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Links

  1. Jotun FPSO References
  2. Aker FPSO Pusnes Offloading Systems
  3. International Protective Coatings FPSO References
  4. ABB FPSO References
  5. Aker Solutions Oil And Gas Processing References
  6. Keppel Shipyard clinches S$84m FPSO conversion from Marathon
  7. Contract for Topsides and Hull Definition Engineering on Alvheim
  8. Marathon and Partners Announce First Oil From Vilje Field Offshore Norway
  9. Marathon and Partners Announce First Oil from Volund Field Offshore Norway
  10. Fabricom (GDF SUEZ) to provide maintenance and modification services for the Alvheim FPSO operations

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