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FPSO Kakap Natuna

The FPSO Kakap Natuna is installed at Kakap KH field, approximately 175 miles west of Great Natuna Island in the Nation Sea, offshore Indonesia.

The FPSO initially started out producing 8,000 barrels of oil per day from 3 wells. Production wells were later expanded to ten for a total of approximately 25,000 barrels of oil per day.

The FPSO Kakap Natuna consists of a pipeline end manifold (PLEM) connected by a flexible riser to a catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) system, attached to the stern by rigid delta frame yoke.

Scope of Work

  • Engineering
  • Procurement
  • Construction
  • Installation

Unit Name FPSO Kakap Natuna
Contract EPCI + Bare Boat Charter (Ownership was transferred to the client)
First Oil April 1986
Client Marathon Petroleum Indonesia Ltd.
Status Sold
Field Name Kakap KH Field
Country Indonesia
Water Depth 88 m (288 ft)
New/Conv Conversion
Mooring Type CALM Rigid Yoke
Storage Capacity 760,000 bbls
Oil Production 25,000 bopd
Gas Production 25 mmscfd
Water Production 60,000 bwpd