The Deep Sea No.1 energy station independently developed and built by China has been delivered and set sail in East China’s Shandong province.
It is the world’s first 100,000-ton deep-water semi-submersible production and storage platform. #ChinaInfrastructure
The energy station will go south from the Yellow Sea, and arrive at the Lingshui area in the southeast of Hainan Island in February to implement the on-site installation of oil and gas production facilities for the development of China’s first 1,500-meter deep-water self-operated large gas field—Lingshui 17-2 gas field.
The energy station weighs more than 50,000 tons and 120 meters high, and its maximum displacement is 110,000 tons. The project achieved 3 world-class innovations and used 13 domestic pioneering technologies during its construction.
It will take more than four months for the station to be installed and commission oil and gas production facilities in the Lingshui Sea area, which are expected to be ready for production in June this year.
After the Lingshui 17-2 gas field is put into operation, it can meet a fourth of the residential gas requirements in the Greater Bay Area.