FPSO Armada Perdana to set sail for Oyo field

Keppel Shipyard is close to completing the conversion of FPSO Armada Perdana for Bumi Armada.

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SINGAPORE -- Keppel Shipyard is close to completing the conversion of FPSO Armada Perdana for Bumi Armada.

The vessel will be deployed in the Oyo field, 70 km off the coast of Nigeria. It is expected to deliver first oil in the fourth quarter.

Keppel Shipyard’ scope of work included fabrication, installation, and integration of a 12-point spread mooring system, riser balcony, topside facilities; and upgrade of accommodation and auxiliary support systems.

The FPSO now has a storage capacity of 1 MMbbl of oil with water and gas injection capabilities included in its topside. It is also capable of processing 45,000 b/d of oil.

07/20/2009

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