Ngujima Yin FPSO

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Summary Information

  • Name: Ngujima Yin FPSO
  • Field: Vincent Oil Field
  • Country: Australia
  • Ownership: Woodside
  • Website:
  • Field Operated By: Woodside
  • Capacity: 120,000 bpd
  • Year of Completion: 2008

Brief Description

  • The vessel is capable of handling a daily production capacity of 120,000 barrels of oil per day and has a storage capacity of 1.2 million barrels of oil
  • Max liquid handling of 250,000 blpd, Gas compression capacity is 100 MMSCFD, and Water Injection capacity is 230,000 bwpd


  • Keppel: Conversion of the former, 308,000 dead weight tonne VLCC Ellen Maersk into a Floating Production Storage and Offloading facility (FPSO)
  • Vetco Aibel: Design, build and start up of process modules for crude and produced water treatment including water injection system, gas compression and treatment, power generation, utility module, flare system, pipe racks, and some minor process packages
  • Wärtsilä: Propeller design and installation
  • Aker: Pusnes Offloading System
  • ABB: Electrical Systems


  • In operation


  • 2006 - Vetco Aibel awarded topsides contract
  • 2008 - Vincent Project Produces First Oil
  • 2009 - Fire on the Ngujima Yin FPSO
  • 2011 - Woodside and Mitsui acquire the vessel from Maersk
  • 2014 - Wärtsilä finalises propeller design and installation

Other Information

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  1. Aker FPSO Pusnes Offloading Systems
  2. ABB FPSO References
  3. Vetco signs topsides contract for Vincent FPSO
  4. Keppel completes two offshore facilities for Maersk Contractors
  5. Vincent Project Produces First Oil
  6. Investigation Underway Into Vincent Fire
  7. Wärtsilä successfully finalises propeller design and installation for Australian FPSO conversion

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