The Oveng TLP was installed in approximately 280 meters (900 feet) of water and the Okume/Ebano TLP was installed in approximately 500 meters (1,650 feet) of water. Both platforms are designed to support up to eighteen (18) top tensioned production and/or water injection direct vertical access risers and a tender-assist drilling unit. The platforms provide initial processing of up to 25,000 BOPD, 30 MMSCFD, water treatment, and utility systems to support a ten person operations group.
"AHEGI recognized from the onset that MODEC's contract to design, fabricate and integrate the two Okume Complex TLPs within 16 months of contract award would be a significant challenge, and we are pleased to report that both TLPs were delivered in time to be successfully installed in Equatorial Guinea in conjunction with our spring 2006 installation campaign." said John Simon, Vice President - Hess Corporation.
MODEC has once again proven their capabilities by setting another industry first by completing the design, construction and commissioning of two TLPs at the same time under a very aggressive 16 month schedule. The design and fabrication of the Okume Complex TLPs again established industry milestones by MODEC. The delivery of two TLPs at one time has never been achieved in the industry. In addition the new enhanced SSIP design provides the industry a design that does not require crane assist or temporary buoyancy modules for a safe and stable installation. The on time and on budget record breaking project continues MODEC's long line of successful TLP projects for the industry.
MODEC International LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of MODEC, Inc. publicly traded on the Tokyo stock exchange (TSE: 6269). MODEC is a turnkey supplier of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels, Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) vessels, Tension Leg Platforms (TLPs) and Production Semisubmersibles (CPSs) for the offshore oil and gas industry. MODEC currently operates 7 FPSOs and 1 FSO and has four additional units currently under construction which will commence operations in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
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