91m Offshore Work Barge – Quick Response – Oil Gas Recovery

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ID: 5635

REF:
h1hd
Year:
1976
Flag:
US:
Location:
West Coast USA
Price:
$15,000,000
Length:
91m
Beam:
31m
DWT:
4404
Class:
Details:
Special purpose designed FPO/Quick response work barge approved by BSEE and the USCG. Superior Energy Services (US Company based in Houston, Tex., US) built it. Engineering Services, Floating Production and Offloading (FPO) system The barge has onboard a processing units (APCO1/ APCO2, see attachment) that receives the mix of oil, seawater, and gas flowing for an offshore well, separate seawater (and send it back to the sea complying EPA specifications), the gas is incinerated with a Flare Boom onboard, and the oil is transferred to a storage deposit into an oil tanker ship. It's processing capacity in the order of 25,000 barrels per day, depending on API Gravity ( Processing Capabilities). The barge is certified to operate in CHUKCHI and BEAUFORT seas of Alaska, but it can also operate in an oil field with a less demanding environment than that of the North Slope of Alaska. II. Arctic Containment System (ACA), barge originally designed as a quick response to contain an offshore well blowout. The processing units (APCO1/ APCO2) can receive a mix flowing from a well (oil, seawater and gas), process it, separate seawater (send it back to the sea), the gas (which is incinerated with a Flare Boom onboard), and/or the oil that can be transferred to a storage deposit (an oil tanker ship), or to incinerate it. She is currently outfitted with a subsea containment dome, processing facility, HP Choke manifold and the flaring system just as she worked for Shell, and meets all the DOI requirements for subsea containment. The barge is ABS classed, has maintained her US Coastwise endorsement The barge is under new ownership and is available for purchase or charter in various configurations, including a work barge configuration. Additionally: offers support to the start production of new offshore discovery where there is no infrastructure to start operations: 1. Leaving quarters for 72 people, fully certified for Alaska. See Module # 3 (attachment) 2. Power plant 4,395 KW capacity, ABD certify to operate in Alaska. See Module # 4 (attachment) 3. Diesel storage in the barge 4. Processing units APCO1 and APCO2. The mix (oil/gas/seawater) flowing from the inland wells (close to shore) can be processed by the APCO 1/APCO2 Modules. See Modules # 7 and 8 (attachment). 5. Mooring capacity (8 anchors), designed and certify to keep in position the barge. Allows the barge to stay in position close to shore (low draft). See Module # 2 (attachment)

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