Petrojarl I FPSO

Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The vessel is 215 metres long and has deadweight of 31,473 tons
  • It can process 46,000 bpd of oil and ahndle 47,000 bpd of water whilst having 190,000 barrels of storage
  • The process system comprises crude separation and stabilization.
  • Since the delivery in 1986, various oil companies have contracted the ship for oil production. The field locations have been in the British and Norwegian sectors of the North Sea.
  • It will next be used on the Atlanta Oil Field

Contractors

  • NKK: Vessel construction
  • Inocean: Design
  • Kværner: Installation of two specially-built turbines to generate electricity from associated gas
  • ABB: Electrical Systems
  • Emerson: Control systems

Status

  • Undergoing upgrading before the next operation

History

  • 1986 - The "Petrojarl I" was built by NKK in Japan
  • 2000 - PGS signs contract with Statoil for the Glitne field
  • 2001 - Production on Glitne field starts
  • 2003 - Contract for Glitne Field extended
  • 2014 - Vessel contracted for the Atlanta Field

Other Information

Links

  1. ABB FPSO References
  2. Emerson FPSO References
  3. Inocean FPSO References
  4. PGS Announces New FPSO Contract
  5. Petrojarl I on Glitne
  6. PGS FPSO Petrojarl I Starts Production on the Glitne Field
  7. Extended Contract for PGS FPSO Petrojarl I on the Glitne Field
  8. Teekay Offshore Awarded New FPSO Contract for Petrojarl I FPSO and Agrees to Acquire Knarr FPSO
  9. Teekay Petrojarl contracts Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam for the ‘EPC Redeployment Upgrade’ of its FPSO Petrojarl I
  10. FPSO Petrojarl I dry-docked at Damen Shiprepair Rotterdam for EPC Redeployment Upgrade

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