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Seatrium awarded repeat FPSO integration contract from SBM Offshore

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Seatrium has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Single Buoy Moorings Inc, a SBM Offshore company, for the topsides fabrication and integration of a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel.

Mr Marlin Khiew, Executive Vice President, Oil & Gas (Americas) of Seatrium said, "We are honoured to be able to support SBM Offshore and ExxonMobil Guyana in contributing to the oil and gas industry in Guyana with yet another FPSO for deployment in the Stabroek block. FPSO Jaguar reinforces Seatrium’s standing as the world leader in the conversion and integration of FPSOs, marking our 29th major project for SBM Offshore, a strong affirmation of our client’s confidence in Seatrium as a partner of choice in floating production systems.”

Seatrium’s scope of work includes the fabrication of several topsides modules, riser, mooring and umbilical structures, followed by the installation and integration of these structures and all topside modules for the FPSO Jaguar. The Group will also support SBM Offshore with pre-commissioning and commissioning work.

The FPSO Jaguar is designed to produce 250 000 bpd of oil and an associated gas treatment capacity of 540 million ft3/d, water injection capacity of 300 000 bpd of water, and a storage capacity of 2 million barrels of oil.

Work is expected to commence in the third quarter of this year; upon completion, the FPSO will be deployed to serve in the Whiptail Field, Offshore Stabroek Block, Guyana for ExxonMobil Guyana.

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