Total Celebrates Anniversary of its CLOV FPSO, Offshore Angola
French oil major Total celebrated Friday the first anniversary of its CLOV floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, offshore Angola by uploading two video profiles of employees who work aboard the ship.
One year on from producing its first oil, the 1000-foot long CLOV FPSO has a crew of 190 producing 160,000 barrels per day.
The workers on board CLOV follow a rotating schedule, working three or four weeks at a time, seven days per week, followed by a similar amount of time onshore.
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