FPSO John Agyekum Kufuor Achieves First Oil in May 2017

 

In the last 10 years, Ghana has become a growing producer of the world’s oil and gas, from the time crude oil was first discovered in its Jubilee Oilfield. Since then, thousands of new jobs and economic opportunities have been created for Ghanaians.

We are proud to play a role in this journey through operating the FPSO John Agyekum Kufuor, chartered by ENI Ghana Exploration & Production Ltd. and customized and delivered by Keppel Offshore and Marine Ltd. .

The vessel will process oil and gas from the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) block located offshore Ghana, and is expected to supply power to Ghana for the next 15 years, contributing significantly to the country’s energy needs and economic growth.

 

At a Glance

  • Length: 333 meters
  • Width: 60 meters
  • Arrival Date in Ghana: April 2017
  • Storage Capacity: 1.4 million Barrels of Oil
  • 18.5 million Manhours Spent During Construction
  • Oil Processing Capacity: 58,000 Barrels of Oil per Day
  • Gas Injection: 165 mmscfd
  • Gas Export: 210 mmscfd
  • Design Life: 20 Years Without Dry Docking
  • Moored in Average Water Depth of: 1,000m
  • TotaL Topside Weight: 15,000 tonnes
  • Number of Subsea Wells That Will Be Connected: 18
  • Length of Pipeline to Shore: 63km
  • Estimated to Provide Gas to Ghana for: 15 - 20 years

“We are confident that FPSO John Agyekum Kufuor will be a valuable addition to ENI Ghana’s exploration and production activities, strengthening their presence in Africa.”  – Lim Chern Yuan, Group Chief Executive Officer of Yinson

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