Aseng FPSO

Aseng field (previously known as Benita) is an oil and gas field lying offshore Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. At a depth of 3,100ft (945m), the Aseng development consists of five subsea wells connected to a floating production, storage, and offloading vessel (FPSO). Chartered by Noble Energy, the Aseng FPSO is able to store 1.5 million barrels of cargo, and has a daily production capacity of 80,000 barrels of oil along with 174 million cubic feet of gas. The FPSO also has a daily water injection capacity of 150,000 barrels.

Chemical injection at Aseng FPSO

Project Info

End user

Noble Energy Inc., USA

Contractor

SBM Inc. Monaco

Location

Offshore, Equatorial Guinea

Year of Supply

2010

Asseng FPSO scope of supply

  • Chemical Injection Package, consisting of 5 skids, total deck area 11 x 20 meter
  • 41 off Turret, ESD and HIPPS Actuated Valves including remote installed controls
  • 1 off gas lift distribution panel package
  • Methanol Injection Package
  • 104 off pneumatic On/Off Valves with controls
  • 1 off Chemical Distribution Unit