EGINA SAIL AWAY
A Nigerian Adventure
Nicolas Terraz - Managing Director, Total E&P Nigeria
The FPSO behind us is going to leave this construction site in Lagos. It’s a step that concludes a construction phase in Nigeria which is a real first.
If the weather is not favorable we can not take the risk.
Jean-Michel Guy - Egina Project Director
What makes us proud is to have being able to execute in Nigeria a work of this magnitude but also of great quality.
TOTAL’S LARGEST FPSO
It’s a human adventure a project like this; the stakes are huge, there are multiple technological challenges.
Length: 330m / Width: 61m
I think today the Egina’s Sail Away is the result of a real team effort, of an extremely determined group.
OVER 70% of hours worked in Nigeria
The next step is the arrival of the FPSO on the Egina site, making all the connections between what we preinstalled off-shore and the completion of the final goal which is to produce the Egina oil in a few months.
2.3 MILLION barrels capacity storage
Depth of the Egina field 1,500m
200,000 barrels per day
Saviour Ufot - FPSO Package HSE Manager
The Egina Project has contributed so much in the development of the local content manpower and I believe that subsequent project will look at Egina as setting the standard to follow.
10% of Nigeria’s oil production
Obinna Okonkwo - Hook up Leader
I am very excited going offshore with the FPSO. I’ll take away a lot from here in terms of experience and in terms of opportunities. I am very very fortunate to be part of it.
Everything that has a beginning must have an end! It’s been for me an adventure, an adventure with a lot of memories. It is very very special, it’s a masterpiece.