"To deliver a total integration of power plant, power distribution, automation and propulsion systems for one of the first vessels that combines drilling and FPSO capabilities, our systems will ensure maximum performance, environmental friendliness and optimal lifecycle benefits both for the owner and the operator", says Magnus Miemois, Vice President of Wartsila Ship Power Solutions business.
"Wartsila has over time been committed to MPF Corp. during various project stages with an influential and convincing understanding of our needs, and we are happy to conclude with Wartsila as one of the main sub-contractors for our Multi-Purpose Floater" says Tore Nedregaard, President and COO of MPF Corp.
Total power system from Wartsila
Wartsila will deliver eight 16-cylinder Wartsila 32 diesel engines with a combined power output of 58,880 kW, generators, medium voltage switchgear, low voltage distribution boards, frequency converters, safety and automation systems (including emergency shut down, fire and gas, power management, vessel automation), a DP3 dynamic positioning system, thruster control and information management systems. Wartsila's own frequency converter technology became part of Wartsila's product portfolio in conjunction with the acquisition of Wartsila Automation Norway. The systems will mainly be delivered as complete, fully-equipped factory-tested modules.
MPF 1000 combines floating production and drilling
The MPF 1000 is the largest and most versatile offshore drilling unit ever built. The vessel gives the oil companies a new tool in the exploration and development phases of offshore oil and gas fields. The MPF 1000 can combine floating production, storage and offloading with drilling. It is designed for simultaneous drilling and production in deep waters and harsh environments including ultra deep water. The vessel is 290 meters long and has storage capability of one million barrels of oil.
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