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  1. Strong floating production vessel orders seen

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    Thu, 12 May 2005

  2. Use of floating production systems up 38%

    Floating Production Systems in Operation Worldwide [82,548 bytes] Floating Production Systems Planned or Under Study [94,500 bytes] There are now 88 floating production systems (FPSs) in use worldwide-an increase of 38% from the number operating only 18 months ago. This is the conclusion of a ...

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    Mon, 13 Apr 1998

  3. Big floating production unit en route to Congo

    Nkossa Setting [38517 bytes] Nkossa Field Facilities Layout [162516 bytes] A large floating production unit (FPU) was last reported under tow to Nkossa oil and gas field, being developed off Congo by Elf Aquitaine and partners. The 220 m long by 45 m wide prestressed concrete barge, billed as the ...

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    Mon, 15 Apr 1996

  4. SHETLAND ISLANDS FRONTIER MAY SEE USE OF FLOATING PRODUCTION SYSTEM

    A floating production system is one of the options that could be employed for development of the Clair oil discovery in Block 206 west of Scotland's Shetland Islands. BP Exploration Operating Co. Ltd. said it intends to decide whether Clair, in a frontier area, is viable for development and what ...

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    Mon, 28 Dec 1992

  5. FLOATING PRODUCTION UNIT TO WORK OFF BRAZIL

    Petroleo Brasileiro SA expects by early November to deploy its Petrobras XXIV floating production unit (FPU) in about 900 ft of water in Albacora field off Brazil. The FPU was scheduled to depart Galveston, Tex., this month, following completion of modifications and upgrades under a turnkey ...

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    Mon, 19 Oct 1992

  6. Aker develops new floating production concept for small fields

    Oslo-based contractor Aker Maritime AS has developed a new floating production concept, known as Buoyform, intended for serial exploitation of small fields. Construction costs will depend on the type of fields to be developed, but Aker claims a Buoyform platform could be built in 23 months, for 500 ...

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    Mon, 25 Aug 1997

  7. Douglas-Westwood: Floating production installation values to rise

    Some $91 billion is expected to be spent on 121 floating production systems during 2013-17, Douglas-Westwood said in its most recent study.

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    Mon, 8 Oct 2012

  8. SPECIAL REPORT: Growth of floating production systems accelerates

    Floating production systems continue to grow in number as the oil and gas industry finds fields that without these systems would not be technically or commercially feasible to develop.

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    Mon, 5 May 2008

  9. Floating production , storage orders set record pace

    A record pace in the number of floating production and storage orders was noted in a recent study by International Maritime Associates Inc., Washington DC.

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    Wed, 3 Aug 2011

  10. Floating production system orders spike in late 2006

    >Orders for production floaters spiked in second-half 2006, according to International Maritime Associates Inc.’s 4-month update of worldwide floating production systems.

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    Mon, 22 Jan 2007

  11. Use of floating production systems escalates

    There are 107 floating production systems (FPSs) in operation worldwide-an increase of 67% over the number operating 3 years ago. And this increased growth is expected to continue into the next decade.

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    Mon, 4 Oct 1999

  12. IMA reports fewer orders for floating production units

    Worldwide orders for new floating production units have tapered off, according to the latest quarterly outlook for these systems by International Maritime Associates Inc. (IMA), Washington, DC.

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    Thu, 26 Jun 2003

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