Topaz Energy

Topaz Energy (original name Britoil Energy) is a platform supply vessel that has been customised according to Britoil’s requirements. This includes one extra accommodation deck, allowing for a total complement of 50 persons.

Vessel type

Platform supply

Design

PX121

Built by

P.T. Britoil Offshore Indonesia

Year

2015

Owned by

Britoil Offshore Services

Designed by

Ulstein Design & Solution AS

Ordered by

Britoil Offshore Services

IMO Number

9678771

Principal dimensions

Length:
83.4 m
Beam:
18 m
Dead weight:
4,070 tonnes
Draught (max):
6.7 m
Speed (max):
14.5 kn
Accommodation:
50 POB
Deck area:
850 sqm

Note: Subject to selected variant configuration

Capacities

Fuel oil:
1450 cbm
Fresh water:
1050 cbm
Drillwater/Water ballast:
1620 cbm
Mud:
1300 cbm
Brine:
1300 cbm

Classifications

  • DnV +1A1, Offshore Service Vessel, Supply, SF, E0, DYNPOS-AUTR(DP2), NAUT-OSV(A), CLEAN DESIGN, COMF-V(3), COMF-C(3), LFL*, DK(+), HL(+), OILREC, BIS, SPS, Fire Fighter I

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Ship history

In 2015, the two platform supply vessels ‘Britoil Power’ and ‘Britoil Energy, of the PX121 design, were delivered to Britoil Offshore Services Pte Ltd., Singapore. The vessels have been constructed at Britoil’s own yard, P.T. Britoil Offshore Indonesia, on the island Batam.

To Ulstein, the contract comprised a comprehensive equipment package including basic design, engineering support and main equipment supplied by ULSTEIN (generator sets, DP system, main azimuth propellers, tunnel thruster and retractable thruster, FiFi system, cargo handling system etc.). Additionally, it included a large power and control package (electric propulsion system, integrated bridge solution, consoles, radio/navigation equipment, ULSTEIN IAS® (integrated automation system) and ULSTEIN COM® (internal communication system).

Britoil has long experience in ship services and transport. The two X-BOW® vessels marked Britoil’s entry into the PSV market, as their fleet up to these deliveries mainly included anchor handling tugs and barges.

The vessels are customised according to Britoil’s requirements. This includes one extra accommodation deck, allowing for a total complement of 50 persons.

The ships were built according to IMO’s SPS Code (special purpose ships), and have OILREC class notation (oil spill recovery in emergency situations).

Britoil Power was delivered on 13 August 2015 and Britoil Energy on 22 September 2015.

April 2018: The Britoil Energy changed name to Topaz Energy.

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