Baker Hughes, a GE company, recently received a contract from Norway's Petronas and Aker Solutions to provide turbines for the construction of a floating production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) at the Johan Castberg oil and gas field in the Barents Sea. Equipment. welding overlay flanges
According to the global framework agreement and contract signed by Baker Hughes and Norway's Petronas, Baker Hughes will provide an integrated technical configuration for the specific needs of the project, including a modular scheme designed specifically to help Norwegian national oil to FPSO. Conduct R&D and pre-assembly to reduce the number of interfaces at the installation site.butt weld fittings
Baker Hughes' supply also includes two LM2500+ G4 dry low-emission gas turbine generator sets and a dual-fuel capacity, direct coupled bipolar generator set. Each gas turbine generator set will integrate a waste heat system and a waste heat recovery device, which can recover the waste heat of the steam turbine and maximize its efficiency. The company's supply also includes BOP auxiliary machinery related to the combustion turbine and waste heat plant. pipe fittings
The Baker Hughes company's above-mentioned supply will be tested at its Italian center of excellence, and will be divided into 3 modules for pre-assembly. Then, Norwegian national oil will be transported to Singapore by ship in the 4th quarter of 2019 for the final integration of FPSO construction. .