China’s Jiangsu Strongwind Offshore Equipment Fabrication has wrapped up a deal with TimasOceanstar Indonesia (TOI) to build and deliver a floating production unit for the revamped development of a cluster of satellite fields offshore Indonesia.
The workscope covers the EPCIC of the FPU for the Madura satellite fields — known as the M satellite fields — operated by China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC ) and HuskyEnergy Indonesian joint operating company, Husky CNOOC Madura (HCML).
The ABS-classed unit, including hull and topsides, will be built at Strongwind’s facility in Nantong city in eastern China’s Jiangsu province, with delivery currently set for the end of next year.
Eight topsides modules will include those for power generation, electrical house, gas processing and flaring tower, a living quarters able to accommodate 60 people and a mooring system.
The operating company expects the FPU to have a minimum service life of 10 years, although the topsides should have a design life of 15 years.