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Petrojarl Knarr

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"Petrojarl Knarr", under construction at Samsung Heavy Industries at Geoje City, Geoje Island, Korea, January 26th, 2013.
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"Petrojarl Knarr", under construction at Samsung Heavy Industries at Geoje City, Geoje Island, Korea, May 22nd, 2013.
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"Petrojarl Knarr", in Haugesund, Norway, October 2nd, 2014.
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"Petrojarl Knarr".
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Teekay Petrojarl is the largest operator of Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels in the North Sea.
Oyvind Jordanger, the division’s Director of Business Development, recently spoke to European Oil and Gas about this segment of Teekay’s business.
Providing insight into Teekay Petrojarl’s technological strengths, project management and partnership practices, and plans for the newly acquired Sevan units, Oyvind is excited about the future – “These are very exciting times for us. We see the market for FPSOs looking good for the longer term.”

Summary Information
Name: Petrojarl Knarr FPSO
Field: Knarr Oil Field
Country: Norway
Ownership: Teekay
Field Operated By: BG Group
Capacity: 63,000 bpd
Year of Completion:

Brief Description
FPSO Petrojarl Knarr is 256.4 meters long and 48 meters wide with a dwt of 135,000 tons
The FPSO will have a maximum design production capacity of 63,000 barrels per day (bbls/d)
The Knarr FPSO design, which makes use of Samsung's previous experience in delivering turnkey FPSO units, incorporates top-side configuration designed for high uptime and the turret mooring system is a proprietary technology

Teekay: Provision of FPSO
Samsung Heavy Industries: FPSO construction
Pusnes Offloading System
Single stage electrostatic coalescer
Kavin Engineering: Detailed Engineering of LP Compressor Package
ABB: Electrical Systems

2011 - Teekay awarded contract for supply of FPSO
2014 - The vessel arrives in Norway