FPSO Production

Powering Deepwater Production on FPSOs

The rapidly growing FPSO market

Optimizing the lifecycle performance of floating, production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) vessels is highly contingent on the incorporation of topsides packages that can efficiently and reliably deliver the power to exploit resources in a range of water depths and operating conditions. At the same time, offshore operators must be cognizant of reducing emissions and minimizing the weight and footprint of topsides modules, the latter of which can substantially impact facility development costs.

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FPSO Vessel Projects

In recent years, advances in the design and engineering of critical equipment, such as gas turbines, electric motors, and compressors have helped the industry meet these demands. When coupled with digital solutions like Topsides 4.0 designed to leverage the power of data amassed from compression and other critical topsides assets, operators have been able to unlock hidden value and optimize production in a way that has previously not been possible. In addition to reducing capital expenditures, digital solutions enable remote operation with integrated automation and safety systems and can lower operating costs with reduced staffing, predictive analytics, and integrated asset level optimization.

Maximizing up-time with high reliability and efficiency

The SGT-750 delivers lowest total cost of ownership by reducing fuel costs, maintenance operations and outages. With best-in-class performance, a compact, lightweight design, and the lowest carbon footprint and emissions in the market, with single digit NOx over a wide load range.

Offshore Industry poised for dramatic transformation 

Siemens Energy is continuously improving its digital capabilities to enhance topside and vessel efficiencies. Learn about the dramatic transformation the industry is poised for when it comes to decarbonization and why oil and gas will remain vital to the future energy mix in Siemens Energy, Brazil CEO- Christian Schöck's interview. 

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