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Asset relocation to European Union (EU) regime

A risk map was used to identify modifications/changes needed prior to moving the asset. The operator could then easily estimate the cost of modifying the asset to make it compliant.

FPSO and platform

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Roslyn Williamson, DNV GL
Roslyn Lesley Williamson

Marketing and Communications Manager, DNV GL - Oil & Gas, UK & West Africa

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Challenge

An operator, instead of building a new floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit, was looking to move a vessel from a location outside of the European Union (EU) to a new field within the EU, at a location in the North Sea. This meant that the vessel would need to comply with necessary legislation. 

DNV GL solution

DNV GL created a risk map to identify which systems would need to be modified or changed prior to moving the FPSO, so that it would be compliant to UK legislation and EU directives.

Outcome and benefits

Based on the assessment, the operator could estimate the cost of modifying the asset to make it compliant and evaluate whether the project would be economical at the new field. This solution allowed the operator evaluating a relocation to reduce capex.

Contact us:

Roslyn Williamson, DNV GL
Roslyn Lesley Williamson

Marketing and Communications Manager, DNV GL - Oil & Gas, UK & West Africa

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