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Enquest's Kraken FPSO vessel has left the shipyard for deepwater anchorage

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EnQuest PLC has announced that the FPSO vessel for the Kraken development has completed its shore-based commissioning activities at the quayside in Singapore and has also completed the vessel’s inclination testing programme.

It has left the yard and is now sailing to deepwater anchorage, to undertake commissioning work on the water injection pumps, HSP power fluid pumps, sulfate reduction packages, lifeboats and fire, water and deluge systems.

The FPSO is on schedule to sailaway to the North Sea during this quarter as planned. The journey should take approximately 50 days, bringing the vessel to the Kraken field on course for first oil in H1 2017.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/31102016/enquests-kraken-fpso-vessel-has-left-the-shipyard-for-deepwater-anchorage/

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