Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO) unit

The Abigail-Joseph FPSO is a self-propelled, converted Suezmax trading tanker with 11 cargo storage tanks, 2 slop tanks and 6 dedicated water ballast tanks including fore and aft peak tanks.
To meet the Field Development Plan targets for the Anyala-Madu field, the FPSO processing and storage capacities were upgraded at Keppel shipyard, Singapore to:
60,000 bopd
Oil Processing
25,000 bwpd
Produced water Treatment
Gas Handling
Cargo storage capacity

Abigail-Joseph sailed from Keppel Shipyard, Singapore on February 26th, 2020 after successfully completing a fast-track modifications and upgrades programme, including life extension activities.

The FPSO arrived in Nigeria on July 23rd, 2020 and was successfully moored on location in the Anyala field (within OMLs 83), offshore Nigeria on August 18th, 2020. Following a successful hook-up, integration and commissioning activities that were safely completed, Abigail-Joseph FPSO achieved First Oil on October 21st, 2020.

The FPSO arrived in Nigeria on July 23rd, 2020 and was successfully moored on location in the Anyala field (within OMLs 83), offshore Nigeria on August 18th, 2020.

Abigail-Joseph FPSO commenced and completed her first export operations on January 10th, 2021 respectively, following just under 3 months of production.

The Abigail-Joseph FPSO is operated and maintained by Yinson.

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