The Netherlands: SBM Offshore Wins Contract for FPSO Oil Offloading System Supply
The scope of work for SBM Offshore consists of:
- *the engineering, procurement and supply of Oil Offloading Lines (OOL) and Fiber Optic Cables to be suspended between a FPSO and its Deep Water Export Buoy; the OOL will be based on the TrellineTM, a large diameter reinforced bonded rubber hose concept jointly developed between SBM Offshore and Trelleborg and previously supplied as part of various existing offshore developments;
- *the offshore installation of the complete Oil Loading System (including the Deep Water Buoy) in the second half of 2013, using the Company’s installation vessel ‘Normand Installer’.
SBM Offshore N.V. is a pioneer in the offshore oil and gas industry. Worldwide, SBM Offshore has over 5,000 employees representing 47 nationalities, and ix present in 15 countries. SBM’s activities include the engineering, supply, and offshore installation of most types of offshore terminals or related equipment. In addition, SBM Offshore owns and operates its own fleet of Floating (Production) Storage and Offloading units. SBM Offshore has a track record of developing innovative, cost-effective solutions for the ever-changing needs of its Clients.
Posted on April 29, 2011, in FPSO, Netherlands, West Africa and tagged AS, business, contract, europe, Floating production storage and offloading, FPSO, Netherlands, News, Offloading, Offshore, oil, Oilg, Petroleum industry, SBM, SBM Offshore, supply, System, Trelleborg, West Africa, wins. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on The Netherlands: SBM Offshore Wins Contract for FPSO Oil Offloading System Supply.