Turritella FPSO—Design and Fabrication of the World’s Deepest Producing Unit
The Turritella FPSO (Fig. 1 above) is the deepest floating production system in the world and presented many challenges to successful execution of the surface host facilities.
Shell’s Penguins Redevelopment a Step Forward in North Sea Revival
The long-term decommissioning of the historic Brent field has necessitated redevelopment of the younger Penguins field in the North Sea, where the UK hopes to see more revival projects in the coming years.
First Oil From Kraken: Offshore Project To Increase UK Production by 15%
30 years after being discovered in the North Sea, this heavy-oilfield is now flowing.
Twenty-Year Effort Brings Only Two FPSO Vessels to US GOM
Despite major advancements in deepwater projects in the Gulf of Mexico, FPSO usage has yet to increase.
CLOV Project: Overview
This paper describes the CLOV deepwater megaproject in Block 17 offshore Angola, which cost USD 8.4 billion to first oil.
Moorings Replacement and Hookup for a Damaged North Sea FPSO
This paper describes the measures put in place so that the mooring system of the Gryphon Alpha FPSO could be replaced and reconnected on an efficient schedule.
Three Semisubmersible Floating Production System Options With Steel Catenary Risers
Semisubmersible floating production systems (SFPSs) with steel catenary risers (SCRs) are attractive field-development solutions, especially in deeper water of Western Australia. However, SCR design is challenging in the offshore Western Australia environment because of severe cyclonic environments.
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