Specialist Industry - FPSO (Floating production storage & offloading vessels)

Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessels (FPSO), are offshore production facilities that house both processing equipment and storage for produced hydrocarbons. Typical FPSO vessel designs consist of processing equipment on the vessel’s deck, and hydrocarbon storage in the hull. After the onboard processing has finished, the oil or gas is stored before offloading to tankers, or transmitting the processed petroleum via pipelines to shore.

Operators and contractors need the utmost confidence in their pump suppliers to deliver products that will meet the strict FPSO supply and installation standards and any additional end-user specifications. Bespoke pumps are frequently required on short lead times for complex space and height restrictions, low shear, and broad operational capabilities.

Amarinth supplies pumping solutions to the global FPSO industry and remains a supplier of choice to support the complex and challenging applications associated with the industry. In addition, it has a wealth of experience in designing process water treatment packages, separation and re-injection pumps, MEG/TEG reclamation, and marine hull pump supply.


We have successfully supplied products in the FPSO market to the following international projects in the table below:

Related Products

The following products are typically supplied by us into the FPSO Market.

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Technical Library

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Technical information: Specifying, measuring and reducing noise levels of pumps to meet health and safety regulations

There are various health and safety regulations around the world that set the maximum continuous noise levels workers can be subject to, but all are broadly in agreement.

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Technical information: Decontamination certificate

This form must be printed & completed before any pump is returned to our factory for repair or refurbishment. It should be faxed or e-mailed to Amarinth before the pump is sent. Pumps delivered to our factory without a decontamination certificate will be rejected and returned

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Technical information: Amarinth spares for Girdlestone 910 and 920 pumps

Amarinth explains reverse engineering pitfalls and re-engineering benefits for Girdlestone 910 and 920 pumps

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Technical information: Self-priming pump options

Amarinth explores the traditions of self-priming pumps and compares Amarinth products to traditional self-priming methods

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Technical information: Tropicalistion of pumps

Interpreting pump 'Tropicalisation' definition and the challenges faced by pump manufacturers to design equipment that can operate reliably in high temperature and humidity environments

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