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Amarinth secures pump order for FPSO Agogo off Angola

A Norwegian company specialising in energy recovery and water treatment solutions for the offshore oil and gas sector has placed a pump order with Amarinth for the FPSO Agogo, currently under construction by Yinson Production in Malaysia and destined for offshore Angola.

An Amarinth pump nearing the end of assembly.
An Amarinth pump nearing the end of assembly.

The is the company’s second order with Amarinth following the successful delivery of previous pumps.

The FPSO Agogo is scheduled to commence operations in the fourth quarter of 2025 as part of the Agogo integrated west hub development project off Angola. With a field development plan encompassing 36 wells, including both production and injection wells, the project demands high-quality solutions to ensure reliable operations.

Amarinth’s bespoke pump design is tailored for low NPSH duties to accommodate the confined headroom aboard FPSO vessels. The pumps are compliant with the rigorous standards of NORSOK M-630, which dictate material specifications for petrochemical applications, particularly in offshore environments.

Recognising the unique environmental conditions of the African continent, Amarinth designed bespoke sunshades to go over the motors, safeguarding them against the relentless sun.

Oliver Brigginshaw, managing director of Amarinth, said: “Securing a second order with this important Norwegian customer, this time for the FPSO Agogo, represents another significant milestone for Amarinth in our commitment to delivering high-performance solutions in the most demanding of environments, particularly within the burgeoning FPSO market. With a bespoke pump design tailored to meet stringent requirements, we have once again demonstrated our agility and expertise in addressing complex project needs, supporting our customer and Yinson Production in their endeavours.”