What is Bonga FPSO?

The vessel BONGA FPSO (IMO: 9222962, MMSI 657126200) is a Offshore Support Vessel built in 2005 (17 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Nigeria.

Where is Bonga FPSO?

The giant Bonga floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel is in use at Shell’s Bonga oilfield (discovered in 1993 and with a life of 20 years), which lies 120km off the coast of the Niger Delta, covering an area of 60km².

Where is Bonga located in Nigeria?

The Bonga field, which began producing oil and gas in 2005, was Nigeria’s first deep-water development in depths of more than 1,000 metres. The Bonga North West development began producing oil in August 2014. The field is located around 120km off the coast of Nigeria in the Gulf of Guinea.

How many oil fields are in Nigeria?

159 oil fields
Nigeria has a total of 159 oil fields and 1481 wells in operation according to the Department of Petroleum Resources. The most productive region of the nation is the coastal Niger Delta Basin in the Niger Delta or “South-south” region which encompasses 78 of the 159 oil fields.

Is delta an Igbo state?

Information. Delta State is a state in Nigeria, comprising mainly Igbo (Anioma people), Urhobo, Isoko, Ijaw and Itsekiri. The whole ethnic-groups that comprise the Delta are administratively grouped into three senatorial districts namely Delta North, Delta South and Delta Central for easy administrative purposes.

Which state has the most oil in Nigeria?

1. Akwa Ibom State. Akwa Ibom is the largest oil producing state in Nigeria accounting for 31.4% of the total oil produced daily.

How long will Nigeria oil last?

Nigeria has proven reserves equivalent to 237.3 times its annual consumption. This means that, without Net Exports, there would be about 237 years of oil left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves).