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Global and Chinese FPSO Industry Report, 2011 (Chinese Version)

  • Published: December 2011
  • Region: Global, China
  • 152 Pages
  • Research In China

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  • Bumi Armada
  • COSCO Shipyard
  • Engevix/GVA
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Offshore engineering equipment consists of exploration equipment, drilling facility, production equipment and auxiliary equipment. Production platforms include fixed platforms and floating platforms, and the latter are the mainstream in the current market, mainly including tension-leg platform (TLP), spar platform (SPAR), semi-submersible platform (SEMI) and floating production, storage and offloading equipment (FPSO).

With respect to the number of floating production platforms, FPSO accounts for approximately 60%, ranking first, followed by SEMI, TLP and SPAR. SEMI is mainly applied in the North Sea and South American waters, while TLP and SPAR are mostly located in Gulf of Mexico (GOM). FPSO is likely to be the most promising one in the future.

As of December 1, 2011, there are 187 FPSOs in operation around the world, of which 108 FPSOs are run by operators and the rest 79 FPSOs are operated by petroleum companies. The number of FPSOs in West African waters hits 44, ranking No. 1, and that in South American waters, British and Chinese waters reaches 39, 17 and 17, respectively. Moreover, 16 FPSOs are situated in Australian waters, 9 FPSOs in Vietnamese waters and 8 READ MORE >

1. Overview of Marine (Offshore) Engineering
1.1 Oil Rig Platform
1.2 Production Platform
1.3 Offshore Support Vessel
1.4 Deep-water Oil Exploration
1.5 Global Offshore Oil & Gas Industry Investment

2. Floating Production Platform
2.1 Overview of FPSO
2.2 Operation Mode of FPSO
2.3 Structure of FPSO
2.4 FDPSO or DRFPSO
2.5 LPG-FPSO
2.6 FPSO Converted from Tanker

3. FPS Operation
3.1 FPSO Operation
3.2 MODEC
3.3 SBM Offshore
3.4 BW Offshore
3.5 Teekay
3.6 Bluewater Energy Services
3.7 Fred. Olsen Production
3.8 Maersk FPSOs
3.9 Bumi Armada
3.10 Petrobras
3.11 Engevix/GVA
3.12 Royal Dutch Shell
3.13 CNOOC
3.14 Total

4. FPS Industry and Market
4.1 Industry Investment by Region
4.2 Industry Scale by Region
4.3 LNG-FPSO
4.3.1 Overview
4.3.2 Market
4.4 FPS Contractors
4.5 FPSO Projects in 2008-Nov. 2011
(Including Operator, Storage Capacity, Hull Fabricator, Topsides Fabricator)
4.6 FPS-SEMI
4.7 TLP and SPAR

5. FPS Contractors Analysis
5.1 Samsung Heavy Industries
5.2 Hyundai Heavy Industries
5.3 STX
5.3.1 STX (Dalian) Shipbuilding
5.3.2 STX Marine Engineering
5.3.3 STX OSV
5.4 Keppel
5.5 COSCO Shipyard
5.5.1 Nantong COSCO Shipyard Engineering
5.5.2 COSCO Shipyard (Qidong) Marine Engineering
5.6 Sembcorp
5.7 DSME
5.8 Drydocks World

- BW Offshore
- Bumi Armada
- CNOOC
- COSCO Shipyard
- COSCO Shipyard (Qidong) Marine Engineering
- DSME
- Drydocks World
- Engevix/GVA
- Fred. Olsen Production
- Hyundai Heavy Industries
- Keppel
- MODEC
- Maersk FPSOs
- Nantong COSCO Shipyard Engineering
- Petrobras
- Royal Dutch Shell
- SBM Offshore
- STX
- STX (Dalian) Shipbuilding
- STX Marine Engineering
- STX OSV
- Samsung Heavy Industries
- Sembcorp
- Teekay
- Total

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    • 152 Pages
    • Published: December 2011
    • Region: China, Global
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