Offshore engineering and providers supplier McDermott International has made the second cargo of topside modules for an FPSO unit for MODEC simply weeks after the primary cargo of modules sailed away from its facility in Mexico.
As beforehand reported, the primary cargo from McDermott’s Altamira fabrication facility was made in early October.
The FPSO shall be positioned within the Eni-operated Area 1 block, roughly six miles (10 kilometres) off the coast of Mexico within the shallow waters of the Campeche Bay at a water depth of roughly 105 ft (32 meters).
MODEC acquired a letter of intent for provide, constitution, and operations of an FPSO vessel from Eni again in October 2018.
The MODEC venture scope of labor consists of 5 FPSO topside modules, which shall be delivered to the shopper in two shipments.
“Our MODEC venture fabrication workforce at McDermott’s Altamira Fabrication Yard continues to ship for our buyer with this newest cargo of modules”, stated Mark Coscio, Senior Vice President, North, Central and South America.
According to McDermott, this second cargo contains modules that may present inlet separators, oil separation, a flare KO Drum and sand cleanup supplies for the FPSO.
The modules will journey from McDermott’s Altamira fabrication facility to Singapore the place integration shall be carried out on the Dyna-Mac Fabrication Yard.
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