Armada Claire FPSO

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Brief Description

  • The Armada Claire FPSO has been designed with a disconnectable riser turret mooring system for cyclonic weather in 135m water depth.
  • Bumi Armada owns this technology which allows it to work in cyclone and hurricane-prone areas like South East Asia, Australia, India and Gulf of Mexico.
  • The purpose-built double hull disconnectable FPSO has oil processing capacity of 80,000 barrels (bbls) per day, produced water handling capacity of 30,000 bbls per day, water injection capacity of 60,000 bbls per day, gas re-injection capacity of 53 mmscfd and storage capacity of 750,000 bbls


  • Keppel: Refurbishment and life extension works as well as installation and integration of topside modules
  • Dyna-Mac: Three units of topside modules
  • ABB: Electrical Systems
  • Cathelco: Supply of an impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) system


  • Conversion completed


  • 2011 - Bumi Armada Signs FPSO Contract With Apache
  • 2012 - Keppel awarded refurbishment contract
  • 2012 - ABB awarded electrical system contract
  • 2013 - Cathelco won an order to supply an ICCP system
  • 2014 - The vessel sets sail for Australia

Other Information


  1. Dyna-Mac Topsides Module Business
  2. ABB FPSO References
  3. Bumi Armada Signs RM1.46B FPSO Contract With Apache Energy Ltd
  4. Keppel Shipyard secures FPSO contracts from repeat customers worth S$170 million
  5. Cathelco supply ICCP system for FPSO Armada Claire
  6. Bumi Armada Bids Bon Voyage To FPSO Armada Claire, Sets Sail For Australia

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