I've read that FPSO designs are based on the storage, production & export capacities, site environment and crew complement. With reference to the Mustang worldwide survey of FPSO units, I've noticed that though an FPSO may be large in terms of hull dry weight and size (length, width & height), its production and storage capacities may pale miserably to another comparable in size. For example: the Belanak FPSO and Kizomba A.
Any ideas? Thanks.
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