Jotun A FPSO

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Summary Information

  • Name: Jotun A FPSO
  • Field: Jotun Oil Field
  • Country: Norway
  • Ownership: Exxon
  • Website:
  • Field Operated By: Exxon
  • Capacity: 70,000 bpd
  • Year of Completion:

Brief Description

  • The FPSO Jotun A has a storage capacity of 584,400 bbl (AFRAMAX size tanker) and was built by Kvaerner Masa (now Aker Finnyards).
  • it is 92,000 DWT
  • It has capacity of 70,000 bopd & 68 MMscfd of gas


  • Kvaerner Masa: Vessel construction
  • BiFab: Living quarters
  • HSM Offshore: Compression Modules
  • Bluewater: Internal Turret
  • Aker: Pusnes Offloading System
  • ABB: Electrical Systems


  • In operation


  • 1999 - The FPSO, began producing on the Jotun Oil Field
  • 2005 - Bluewater & Exxon acquire the vessel
  • 2010 - Bluewater sells its share to Exxon

Other Information

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  1. ABB FPSO References
  2. Aker FPSO Pusnes Offloading Systems
  3. Jotun FPSO References
  4. HSM Offshore Platform References
  5. Bluewater FPSO References
  6. Bluewater forms Joint Venture to purchase the FPSO Jotun A with ExxonMobil in Norway
  7. Bluewater sells its interest in the FPSO Jotun

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