|Categories:||Offshore Production Facilities|
|Type:||FPSO - Floating Production, Storage and Offloading|
|Updated:||31 Aug 2011|
The Quad 204 Floating Production Storage and Offload (FPSO) Project is to be located west of Shetland Isles in UK waters and will replace the existing Schiehallion FPSO. The FPSO will be designed to meet the strict safety and environmental regulations for harsh weather operations. The new FPSO will be able to produce 130,000 barrrels of oil and 2.2 million cubic meters of gas per day as well as a storage capacity of 1.06 million barrels of oil. The vessel will be 270m long and 52 meters wide.
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Limited were contracted as the main EPC Contractor performing engineering, procurement and construction services as well as optional transportation and commissioning assistance.
KBR provided select and define engineering services for the FPSO and was later contracted by Hyundai Heavy to provide engineering design and procurement support services.
SBM Offshore was contracted for the supply of an internal turret mooring system for the Quad 204 FPSO project. Services included completion of FEED design followed by engineering, procurement and construction services.
BP (operator) 33.35%, Royal Dutch Shell 33.35%, Amerada Hess 15.67%, Statoil 5.88%, Murphy Oil Corp. 4.84%, OMV 4.84%
Amec Foster Wheeler announces today that it has been awarded three contracts by BP to provide services to the Glen Lyon Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel as part of the Quad 204 Project, located 175 km west of the Shetland Isles, UK. The three reimbursable contracts are worth £31.5 million and will create 100 onshore and 50 offshore jobs.
BP announced today that it, and its partners, have now awarded over £1 billion in contracts to UK-based companies to provide services and equipment for the major re-development of the Schiehallion and Loyal oil fields to the west of Shetland.
Technip’s UK entity has been awarded a contract by BP and partners(1) to develop the subsea infrastructure for the Quad 204 project, located West of Shetland. This is Technip’s largest contract to date in the UK North Sea, worth approximately €600 million (around £500 million).
KBR today announced that it has received a letter of award from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Limited to perform engineering design and procurement support services for the BP Quad 204 Floating Production Storage and Offload (FPSO) Project to be located west of Shetland Isles in UK waters.
Hyundai Heavy Industries announced today that it has signed a 1.2 billion USD contract with BP to build a floating, production and offloading unit (FPSO) for the Quad 204 project.