CNOOC awards Liuhua FPSO construction contract to Beihai Shipbuilding

CNOOC awards Liuhua FPSO construction contract to Beihai Shipbuilding

Chinese state-run energy giant China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) has awarded a contract to CSIC-affiliated Beihai Shipbuilding Industry for the construction an FPSO hull.

The FPSO, which has a designed life of 30 years, will be deployed to support the production of CNOOC’s Liuhua oil field located in the Pearl River Mouth Basin of the South China Sea.

The total value of the contract is RMB620.66m ($97.5m).

CNOOC’s subsidiary China Offshore Oil Engineering Company (COOEC) is the major EPC contractor of the FPSO, and it will choose a subcontractor to fabricate the topside modules for the FPSO.

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