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.