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FPSO PSVM

See also : Bourgogne

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VLCC "Bourgogne" at Jurong Shipyard today 17 January 2009, seen from the semi-sub "PetroRig I".
The VLCC is being converted into an FPSO "FPSO PSVM".
In the background, behind her bow is the VLCC "Ohdoh" ex "Tohdoh", which is also being converted into an FPSO.
Aft of "Ohdoh" is the "PetroRig II" taking shape.
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VLCC "Bourgogne", converted in Singapore to "FPSO PSVM", Singapore 16 Jan. 2009.
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Vessel's Details
Ship Type: Floating storage/production
Year Built: 1996
Length x Breadth: 355 m X 57 m
Gross Tonnage: 168674, DeadWeight: 296230 t
Speed recorded (Max / Average): - / knots
Flag: Bahamas [BS]
Call Sign: C6XH9
IMO: 9077800, MMSI: 311010200

FPSO PSVM :

Unit Name
FPSO PSVM
Contract
EPCI
First Oil
Planned 2012
Client
BP Exploration (Angola) Limited
Status
Under Construction

Field Location
Plutão, Saturno, Vênus and Marte Fields
Country
Angola
Water Depth
1,800 - 2,000 m
New/Conv
Conversion
Mooring Type
SOFEC External Turret

Storage Capacity
2,000,000 bbls
Oil Production
157,000 bopd

Singapore’s Jurong Shipyard delivers FPSO to operate in Angola
April 18th, 2011
Luanda, Angola, 18 April – Singapore’s Jurong Shipyard has delivered the FPSO PSVM, one of the largest floating, production, storage and offloading oil vessels to operate in ultra-deep waters, which is due to operate on the PSVM project in Angola, Angolan news agency Angop reported in Luanda.
The naming ceremony for the FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading) was held at the shipyards in Singapore and the ship will now sail for Angola where it will start operating at the PSVM (Pluto, Saturn, Venus and Mars) field, around 400 kilometres to the northeast of Luanda, where it is expected to stay for the next 20 years.
The FPSO vessel, which was ordered by Modec, a sub-contractor of British Petroleum Angola and its partners, is 355 metres long, weighs 20,000 tons and has a draft of 22.2 metres, as well as carrying 120 people on board and a production capacity of 150,000 barrels per day, as well as storing 1.8 million barrels of oil and processing 245 million cubic metres of gas per day.

Name: Bourgogne
IMO No: 9077800
Built: 1996
Type: Tanker
Status: In Service converted to FPSO, 2012 as FPSO PSVM
SubType: Crude
Flag: Luxembourg
DWT: 296,230
Draft: 22.22
Builder: AESA
GT: 161,287
LOA: 333.00/314,76
Owner: Dr Peters
NT: 93,837
Beam: 57.50
Speed/Cons: 13.00/75.00
Class: BV
Depth: 31.50
Engine Type: Sulzer
Cubic: 335,215

Additional information :
Ship’s name
Bourgogne
Ship yard
Astilleros y Talleres del Noroeste , S.A. (Ferrol) Astano nº 279
Astilleros Españoles, S.A. AESA Puerto Real (Cádiz) C-72
IMO number
9077800
Call Sign
ONCR
Flag
Belgium
Owne
Euronav Luxemburg
Deadweight
296.230
Gross Tonnage
161178
Net Tonnage
93837
LOA
333 m
LBP
314,76
Breadth
57 m
Draught
20,66 m
Depth
31,5
Freeboard
Lauched
28/02/1995 (in Astano)
Delivered
28/02/1995
20/03/1996
Capacity
342057 cubic m
Cargo tanks
20
Propelling Type Diesel Licence
SULZER AESA Manises
Internal Combustion Engine: (1) 2T - 7 cyl - 84.00 x 290.00 at 66 rpm
Total Power (kW)
Total Power (HP)
20608 kW
28000 HP
Service Speed
15 knots
Conversion
2012 as FPSO PSVM