First Oil on Massongo

abarrelfullabarrelfull wrote on 06 Nov 2012 06:53
Tags: africa cameroon perenco upstream

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On 28th of October 11.42 PM, the Lokele crude of North Cameroon fields was received on Massongo.

This is a major achievement of the Cameroon Oil Terminal project. This project was launched 19 months ago by the purchase of the VLCC Tanker Pacific Jasper.

After eight month of conversion in Singapore the Massongo transited to Cameroon and was ready for installation on Moudi location.

The previous terminal, which, since its installation in Cameroon in 1983, had stored nearly 400 Million barrels of crude, was disconnected from its mooring and risers after its 650th lifting, and replaced by the Massongo.

The operation was completed without production shut down.

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