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Keppel Shipyard to deliver twelfth FPSO to BW Offshore
Keppel Offshore & Marine's (Keppel O&M) wholly-owned subsidiary, Keppel Shipyard Ltd (Keppel Shipyard), is on track to deliver a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel to BW Catcher Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BW Offshore.

Mrs Josephine Teo, Singapore's Senior Minister of State, Prime Minister's Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Ministry of Transport, graced the naming ceremony of BW Catcher, at Keppel Shipyard today.

SMS Teo said, "My congratulations to the management and staff of Keppel and BW Offshore for your successful collaboration on the BW Catcher! This project is testament to the capabilities of Singapore's offshore and marine sector. I hope there will be many more collaborations that boost the strength of Maritime Singapore."

Upon its completion, BW Catcher will be on a 7-year fixed term and 18 years of options contract with Premier Oil and will be deployed to the Catcher Field located in Central North Sea, UK. Keppel Shipyard's work scope on the FPSO include the installation and integration of topside modules. BW Catcher is scheduled for sailaway from the shipyard in the next few months and is on track to achieve its first oil in 2017.

Mr Chris Ong, Acting CEO of Keppel O&M, said, "The successful fast-track delivery of BW Catcher is an example of strong team work, project management and experience. I am glad that we were able to meet our customer's needs. Our reliability and expertise in executing FPSO projects allows us to continue to win the trust and confidence of our customers."

Mr Carl Arnet, CEO of BW Offshore added, "Having worked together on eleven other projects previously, Keppel has proven to be a reliable partner. I would like to thank the project teams from BW Offshore and Keppel for the excellent work on this project. We are looking forward to the final completion to our expectations. We are confident that the FPSO will perform well in the Catcher Field and bolster the oil output in the North Sea."

BW Catcher has an oil storage capacity of 650,000 barrels, with a processing capacity of 60,000 barrels per day. It has a design life of 20 years without dry docking and will be moored using a Submerged Turret Production at an average water depth of 90m.

About Keppel Shipyard

Keppel Shipyard is the trusted industry name for the repair, conversion and upgrading of a diverse range of vessels, and a global leader in the conversion of Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels, Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) vessels and Floating Storage and Re-gasification Units (FSRU), as well as the fabrication and installation of turrets and mooring systems, and topside process modules. Keppel Shipyard is currently undertaking the world's first-of-its-type Floating Liquefaction Facility conversion.

About BW Offshore

BW Offshore is a leading global provider of floating production services to the oil and gas industry. BW Offshore is the world's second largest contractor with a fleet of 14 FPSOs represented in all major oil regions world-wide. BW Offshore has a long track record on project execution and operations. In more than 30 years of production, BW Offshore has executed 38 FPSO and FSO projects.


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