Husky Energy, a part of the Cenovus group of companies (NL)


 

Project Summary

The power generation system for the SeaRose FPSO (floating, production storage and offloading vessel) comprises three dual fuel turbine driven generators, which provide power to the process and utility equipment. The SeaRose currently runs three of the main power generators with a partial load. This study will identify the necessary modifications to increase the energy efficiency of the SeaRose power generation system with a target of reliably operating with two main power generators. This could result in a significant reduction in associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by removing the requirement to run the third main power generator. The study will determine the technical and commercial feasibility of the options and provide a recommendation on the path forward to achieve a GHG reduction. www.cenovus.com

Scope:

Operational Optimization

 

Emission Source:

Power Generation

 

Project Type:

Related Science Activity

 

Operational Area:

Production

 

Funding Amount:

$470,954