VIDEO: Petrojarl Knarr Heads to the North Sea

Petrojarl Knarr, Teekay’s floating production, storage and offloading ship, left the Aibel Shipyard in Haugesund early-November and headed to the Knarr field in the Norwegian part of the North Sea.

With a production capacity of 63,000 barrels of oil per day, Petrojarl Knarr is one of Teekay’s largest FPSO projects to date.

Its internal turret allows the vessel to freely rotate 360 degrees and it is perfectly equipped to deal with rough weather of the North Sea.

The video above shows the sailaway of the ship.

World Maritime News Staff; Video: Teekay Corporation

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