The new Eni floating unit will be in Ghana in April

By April 2017, the new John Agyekum Kufuor FPSO floating production and storage and Offloading unit of Eni, will be in Ghana. Christened on Friday, February 3 in Singapore, the floating production, storage and offloading unit is named after the former President Kufuor of Ghana, at an event held in the city-state of south-east Asia.

Eni said the platform, will operate in Sankofa-Gye Nyame in the Tano Basin, in the Offshore Cape Three Points project (OCTP) of Ghana. The FPSO has a processing capacity of 58,000 barrels of oil per day (bbls / d) and a gas processing capacity of 5.93 million standard cubic meters per day (mmsm3 / d).

A total of 18 subsea wells, noted by the Italian energy company, will be connected to the FPSO, while a pipeline 63 kilometers long will connect to the coast; from where it will be able to supply gas to the energy power plants of Ghana for the next 15 years creating a significant contribution to the energy needs and economic development of the country.