• From drawing board to fabrication yard

    Aibel undertakes quality work at its own facilities


Aibel has delivered a total of seven modules for MODEC in the Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme project (TEN). The modules were fabricated for a FPSO.

TEN front

The contract, which included both procurement and fabrication, was awarded in February 2014. Only two months later, in March 2014, the first steel was cut. 

Delivered in 2015
In May 2015, the first four modules were delivered from the yard in Thailand. The delivery included modules 3P Crude Separation, 5P Produced Water Utilities, 4P Crude Separation B and 6P Sea Water Filtration & Water Injection.

In June that same year, the final part of the delivery left the yard. It consisted of modules 2S Compressor Train B, 3S Compressor Train A and 4S Gas Treatment.

The total weight of all modules was just above 10,000 tonnes.

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2,000 employees
The majority of the fabrication work has been executed from Deeline, which is partly owned by Aibel. The erection and installation work has taken place at Aibel's assembly area in Laem Chabang. In all, about 4.3 million man-hours have been carried out in the project, which engaged more than 2,000 associates at its peak.

Integration in Singapore
All modules have been delivered to MODEC's facility in Singapore, where they will be integrated on the FPSO. Aibel's project offered support to MODEC in order to finalise the remaining work.

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