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FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro

See also : Tokyo Maru

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"FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro". At Campos 21.12.2006.
( Photo Copyright Torleif Klokset )
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"FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro".
Guanabara Bay, in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), 06/12/2006.
( Photo Copyright Edson Lucas )
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"FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro".
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"FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro".
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Jurong Shipyard has successfully delivered the FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro MV 14 on October 8, 2006 to MODEC International LLC, a Houstonbased oil and energy company wholly owned by MODEC Inc of Japan.
The shipyard was contracted by MODEC International to convert the 264,148 dwt Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) Bright Jewel into a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel for Brazil's national oil and energy
company Petrobras S.A., which owns the FPSO.
The yard’s twelfth conversion for the MODEC Group, the project involved the marine hull conversion, life extension, as well as installation and integration of topside process facilities, including oil, gas and water processing modules.
The yard also installed a flare tower, helideck, piping system, and two sets of offloading hose-reel at the vessel’s
bow and stern.
Working in close partnership with its project partners, Jurong Shipyard achieved an impressive 2.8 million manhours
without lost-time injuries over a period of 14 months – a clear testimony of the yard’s unwavering commitment to high safety and quality standards.
FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro MV 14 has a production capacity of 100,000 barrels of oil per day, a storage capacity of 1.6 million barrels of oil, a gas compression capacity of 87 mmscfd, and water injection capabilities of 113,200 barrels of water per day, with accommodation for a maximum capacity of 100 persons.
Following its delivery, it will be leased and operated by MODEC for deployment on the 1-RJS-409/4-RJS-415 areas of Espadarte Sul field in the Campos Basin, offshore Brazil. Equipped with 34 risers and umbilicals, the FPSO is planned for installation in 1,350 meters water depth via a spread mooring system that is supported by 18 anchor piles into the seabed.

Name: Tokyo Maru
IMO No: 8506684
Built: 10/1986
Type: Tanker
Status: In Service; 2004-Bright Jewel; 2006 Converted to FPSO Cidade do Rio de Janeiro
SubType: Crude
Flag: Japan
DWT: 258,372
Draft: 19.53
Builder: Mitsubishi Heavy Ind., Ltd., Nagasaki, Japan (N1976)
GT: 145,575
LOA: 321.48/310.02
Owner: Tokyo Tanker
NT: 76.665
Beam: 58.01
Speed/Cons: 15.00/56.40
Class: NK
Depth: 29.49
Engine Type: Sulzer 2 SA 7 cil., 16475 kW, 22400 BHP at 67 RPM
Cubic: 318,196

The Miramar Ship Index for "TOKYO MARU"
IDNo:
8506684
Year:
1986
Name:
TOKYO MARU
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
11.06.1986
Flag:
JPN
Date of completion:
10.1986

Tons:
145575
Link:
-
DWT:
258374
Yard No:
1976
Length overall:
321.5
Ship Design:
LPP:
310.0
Country of build:
JPN
Beam:
58.0
Builder:
Mitsubishi
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Nagasaki
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
1D-14

Subsequent History:
[ 2006 converted to FPSO, oil ] -
2004 BRIGHT JEWEL - 2006 FPSO CIDADE DO RIO DE JANEIRO MV 14

Disposal Data:
-

History:
ON
LR/IMO
ID
Year
Name
Tons
Change
Registered Owner
8506684
8506684
1986
TOKYO MARU
145575
Tokyo Tanker Co. Ltd.
8506684
8506684
1986
BRIGHT JEWEL
145575
2004
???
8506684
8506684
1986
FPSO CIDADE DO RIO DE JANEIRO MV 14
146575
2006
MODEC Intern. LLC.