Wärtsilä to supply pumps for Statoil's new storage ship

New contract means Wärtsilä will supply the pumps for a new storage ship, a so-called floating storage unit (FSU). The ship was ordered by Statoil and is being built by Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea, according to a press release.

Photo: Harald Petersen/Statoil

Finnish supplier Wärtsilä has secured a major contract to supply pumps for a new storage ship ordered by Statoil from Samsung Heavy Industries in South Korea.

The order includes 38 deep well cargo pumps, to be built by Wärtsilä Denmark, as well as three fire water pumps and two ballast pumps.

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