Seaweld Builds FPSO Parts


Some officials and journalist inspecting parts of the FPSO

Some officials and journalist inspecting parts of the FPSO

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The oil service provider was also asked to complete the stools and ship them to Singapore for the assembling of the FPSO for the TEN deepwater wells.

The company has to date, shipped all the 95 pieces of pipelines requested, and 61 pieces out of the 128 deck stools, to Singapore for the building of the vessel.

It is therefore working hard to meet the mid-June deadline to ship the rest of the components.

On completion, the new FPSO would be brought to Ghana for production to begin on the TEN project.

This came to light when the managements of Seaweld and Tullow Ghana Limited took journalists round some of the components being manufactured at Beahu in the Ahanta West District of the Western Region.

Seaweld Project Engineer, Mr. Dennis Adrah, told the media that the company had made itself indispensable in the offshore oil and gas industry.

He revealed that while manufacturing parts of the FPSO, Modec also had its engineers on site to ensure that Seaweld delivered to specification and standard.

Mr. Alfred Fafali Adagbedu, Chief Executive of the company, noted that Seaweld adhered strictly to safety measures in the building of the pipe racks and deck stools to meet international standards.

He said the company was living up to Nkrumah’s dream of Ghana manufacturing ships in the near future, particularly for the oil industry.

Mr. Charles Darko, General Manager of Tullow Ghana, expressed satisfaction with the quality of work done.

He mentioned that the role of the local contractor gave meaning to the country’s Local Content and Participation in Petroleum Activities Regulation, aimed at courting oil companies in the country to use local resources – human and material – in their activities.

From Emmanuel Opoku, Beahu

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