Triton FPSO

Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The Triton FPSO produces oil and gas from the Bittern, Guillemot West and North West, Clapham, Pict and Saxon fields.
  • Capacity is 105,000 bopd of oil 105,000 bopd, 140 mmcfd of gas and 125,000 b/d of water injection.
  • The vessel is 244 metres long and has storage capacity is 630,000 barrels
  • The turret is the core of the Triton FPSO. It is a large circular structure at the forward end of the vessel which will be anchored to the seabed by nine anchor chains. All the control umbilicals and flexible risers connected to the subsea pipelines pass through this structure.

Contractors

  • Kvaerner: Overall construction contract
  • Samsung Heavy Industries: Hull Construction
  • Sembawang Shipyard: Modification
  • Bluewater: Internal Turret
  • Emerson: Control systems

Status

  • In operation

History

  • 1997 - Kvaerner Oil & Gas awarded construction contract
  • 2000 - First oil production on the Triton FPSO
  • 2012 - Dana becomes operator of Triton FPSO
  • 2013 - Triton produced its 200 millionth barrel of oil
  • 2013 - Dana Petroleum installed new mooring chains for Triton

Other Information

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Links

  1. International Protective Coatings Fpso References
  2. Emerson FPSO References
  3. Bluewater FPSO References
  4. FPSO Triton sails from Tees Offshore Base
  5. First Oil Through Triton FPSO
  6. Dana becomes operator of Triton FPSO
  7. Dana Petroleum’s Triton production vessel reaches 200 millionth barrel milestone
  8. New mooring chains for Dana Petroleum’s Triton oil production vessel ensure safe operations into next decade
  9. Technip wins subsea contract on Triton FPSO

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