Nkossa II is moored in the N’Kossa Field 50 kilometres southwest of Djeno, Congo. The unit is 261 metres long and operates at a water depth of 138 metres. The Nkossa II receives and cools segregated Propane (880 tons/day) and Butane (530 tons/day) and is capable of storing 78,000 cubic metres of liquefied petroleum gas.
The conversion of gas carrier Inger Maersk into an FGSO vessel began in 1996 at the Odense Steel Shipyard in Denmark and was completed in November 1996. Production began in August 1997.
Nkossa II has an outstanding safety record which was commended during the annual TEPC Safety Conference in Pointe Noire in 2011. The Nkossa II was awarded a Safety trophy and Certificate of Recognition to mark it reaching 7.5 years LTI-free.
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Joint venture with SBM
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