Sendje Ceiba FPSO

Summary Information

  • Name: Sendje Ceiba FPSO
  • Field: Ceiba Oil Field
  • Country: Equatorial Guinea
  • Ownership: BW-Offshore
  • Website: http://www.bwoffshore.com/
  • Field Operated By: Hess
  • Capacity: 160,000 bpd
  • Year of Completion: 2001

Brief Description

  • The Sendje Ceiba FPSO is a 275,000 dwt (dead weight tonnes) turbine tanker. The vessel measures approximately 350 meters (1,150 feet) in length and 52 meters (170 feet) in width.
  • Sendje Ceiba has been outfitted with onboard liquids-processing capacity of 160,000 barrels per day (bpd) and water-injection capacity of 135,000 bpd
  • The deck area is equivalent to nearly four football fields. The vessel's crude oil storage capacity is two million barrels
  • The Okume Oil Field has been developed as a tie back to the Sendje Ceiba FPSO

Contractors

  • SembCorp Marine: FPSO conversion
  • Stolt Offshore:
    • Transport and installation of a 550T Utility Deck Module for the Ceiba FPSO, the installation of subsea pumps, rigid spools and umbilicals
  • Bluewater: Design, supply and installation of a turret CALM buoy, a 1 mile subsea pipeline linking the CALM buoy to the FPSO, and the subsea flexible hoses connecting the FPSO and buoy to each end of the pipeline
  • ABB Offshore Systems: Fabrication of the oil and gas processing facilities
  • Inocean: Design
  • ABB: Electrical Systems
  • Kavin Engineering: OKUME & OVENG Field’s – FPSO Topsides – Bid Support

Status

  • In operation

History

  • 2001- The Sendje Ceiba FPSO is completed
  • 2006 - First oil flows from the Okume Oil Field

Other Information

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Links

  1. ABB FPSO References
  2. International Protective Coatings FPSO References
  3. Kavin Engineering FPSO References
  4. Inocean FPSO References
  5. Triton Awards Ceiba Crude Offloading System Contract to Bluewater
  6. Amerada Hess Announces the Upgrading and Renaming of Vessel to Accommodate Increased Ceiba Field Production
  7. Hess Corporation Announces First Oil Production From Okume Complex Offshore Equatorial Guinea

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