Haewene Brim FPSO

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Summary Information

  • Name: Haewene Brim FPSO
  • Field: Pierce Oil Field
  • Country: UK
  • Ownership: Bluewater
  • Website: http://www.bluewater.com/
  • Field Operated By: Shell
  • Capacity: 45,000 bpd of oil, 110 mmscfd of gas
  • Year of Completion: 1998

Brief Description

  • The vessel can process 45,000 bpd of oil, 110 mmscfd of gas and has oil storage of 600,000 bbls
  • Following addition of water injection capabilities in 2004, it can inject up to 95,000 barrels per day of seawater into the field reservoir to increase pressure and enhance production levels
  • The vessel has 103,000 DWT, a Disconnectable Turret, and is located in 85 Metres, water depth


  • Samsung Heavy Industries: Vessel Constructions
  • Aker McNulty: Topside facilities
  • McNulty Offshore: Management integration, Procurement, Construction Engineering, Fabrication, Installation and Commissioning
  • Bluewater: addition of water injection capability


  • In operation


  • 1999 - The Vessel began operating on the Pierce Oil Field
  • 2001 - Bluewater signs Heads of Agreement to Buy FPSO Berge Hugin (Later to be renamed)
  • 2003 - Bluewater awarded contract to add water injection capability
  • 2004 - Addition of water injection capabilities completed

Other Information

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  1. Bluewater FPSO References
  2. Information on specific UK and North Sea FPSO and FSU Installations
  3. Bluewater signs Heads of Agreement to Buy FPSO Berge Hugin
  4. Berge Hugin to be sold
  5. Bluewater to Provide Water Injection Facilities for Shell operated Pierce field in the North Sea
  6. Hæwene Brim Achieves Second Oil and Full Water Injection after Major Upgrade
  7. McNulty Offshore: Berge Hugin

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