Aker Floating Production

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Aker Floating Production ASA
Type Public
Industry Petroleum
Founded 2006
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Key people Arne Hygen Tørnkvist (CEO)
Martinus Brandal (Chair)
Products FPSO
Website www.akerfloatingproduction.com/

Aker Floating Production (OSE: AKFP) is a Norwegian Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel operator. The company is part of the Aker Group with Aker ASA owning 44.27% of the company. It is also listed on Oslo Stock Exchange.

The company was founded 14 March 2006, and listed on 26 June 2006. It has purchased three oil tankers for conversion to FPSO vessels, and the first vessel was delivered in the third quarter of 2007. The company plans to have four FPSOs in operation by 2009. First commercial contract for operation was on the Indian oil field Dhirubhai 1.[1]

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  1. ^ Aker Floating Production. "History". Retrieved 2008-11-06. 

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