Aoka Mizu FPSO Needs Extra Repairs

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

November 13, 2018

Aoka Mizu FPSO (Photo: Bluewater)

Aoka Mizu FPSO (Photo: Bluewater)

The floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) unit Aoka Mizu's planned stop in Algeciras, Spain will be extended for additional repair work, said U.K. based Hurricane Energy.

The FPSO, which will be used at Hurricane's Early Production System development of the Lancaster field west of Shetland, is in Algeciras for planned personnel changes, bunkering and other commissioning activities. The stopover will be extended to repair an auxiliary system associated with power generation, Hurricane said on Tuesday.

The Bluewater owned and operated FPSO left Dubai in October following a program of repair, upgrade and life extension works at the Drydocks World Dubai shipyard.

The vessel will next sail to Rotterdam for a final scope of completion work before proceeding to the Lancaster field.

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