Maersk Oil orders FSO from Japanese supplier

Maersk Oil has ordered a new FSO vessel from Japanese supplier MODEC. The FSO will be deployed in the Culzean field in the British part of the North Sea, and is set for delivery in 2018.

Another subcontractor stands to benefit from the projected massive oil and gas output from the Culzean field in the British part of the North Sea - namely Japan's MODEC, which has just received an order from Maersk Oil for a floating storage unit, FSO. Maersk Oil confirms the order to ShippingWatch.

Maersk Oil declines to name the price of the vessel.

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