SBM Offshore is delighted to announce that the first-steel cut event has officially kicked off work for the construction of the topsides for the Liza floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel project at the Dyna-Mac yard.
This phase, in parallel with engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work for the conversion of the tanker, was marked with a two-day safety-engagement event hosted by SBM Offshore management in collaboration with the two Singapore yards to underline the priority of upholding the highest health, safety, security and environmental (HSSE) standards on this project.
“With the topsides fabrication now running in parallel with the tanker conversion, the construction phase is proceeding as planned. SBM ran a two-day safety-engagement event with the experienced teams at the two yards in Singapore to ensure that all aspects of HSSE and Quality remain focused objectives for the Liza FPSO delivery. SBM is proud of its safety record over the 34 FPSO projects that it has completed to date and we aim for continuous improvement on the Liza project. We will strive to meet and exceed ExxonMobil’s world-class standards and expectations for safety on this project,” says Bernard van Leggelo, SBM Offshore FPSO Managing Director.
Source: Maritime Shipping News