Energean Oil and Gas plc (LSE: ENOG, TASE: אנאג), the independent gas and oil exploration and production company focused on the Mediterranean, announced yesterday that the Energean Power FPSO hull has undocked and floated out from the COSCO Shipyards’ dock at Zhoushan, China, approximately 10 months after first steel cut. 

Energean Power FPSO hull floated out of the COSCO Shipyards’ dock (Video)
Caption: Energean Power FPSO hull, COSCO Zhoushan Shipyards, China 

This development also marks a significant HSE milestone for the Company, as the build was completed ahead of schedule and with no LTI’s in approximately 3 million working man hours under TechnipFMCs management of the project.  

The Energean Power FPSO hull will remain at the Shipyards’ berth for additional construction works, and its sailaway to Sembcorp Marine’s Admiralty Yard in Singapore for the integration of the topsides is planned later in 4Q. The Karish Development project remains on track and on budget to deliver first gas in 1Q 2021. 

Caption: Energean Power FPSO topsides, Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard, Singapore

Source: Energean