Aseng FPSO

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Equatorial Guinea FPSOs

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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The FPSO, to be located in approximately 3,100 feet of water, will be designed with capacity to handle 120,000 barrels of liquids per day, including 80,000 barrels of oil per day. In addition, the vessel will be capable of reinjecting 170 million cubic feet per day of natural gas. Storage on the vessel will be approximately 1.5 million barrels of oil and condensate.
  • The Alen Gas And Condensate Field is also tied back to the vessel


  • SBM Offshore: Provision of the FPSO
  • Keppel: Refurbishment and life extension works, upgrading the accommodation facilities, installing and integrating the topsides as well as fabricating and integrating the internal turret
  • Dyna-Mac: Eight units of topside modules
  • Dresser-Rand: Supply of gas compression and power generation packages
  • InterMoor: Design, engineering, procurement and installation services for preset moorings
  • ABB: Electrical Systems


  • In operation


  • 2009 - SBM Offshore awarded FPSO contract
  • 2011 - Oil production commenced
  • 2013 First production from Alen

Other Information

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  1. ABB FPSO References
  2. International Protective Coatings FPSO References
  3. Aseng FPSO Contract Award and Joint Venture Agreement with GEPetrol
  4. Dresser-Rand Selected to Supply Equipment for an FPSO for the Aseng Field
  5. InterMoor Awarded Mooring Project for Noble Energy Offshore Equatorial Guinea
  6. Keppel Shipyard on track to deliver FPSO Aseng for Equatorial Guinea
  7. The Alen field in Equatorial Guinea commences production

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