Built in South Korea, the unmissable bright red Goliat undertook a 63-day journey around southern Africa before arriving in the Barents Sea in spring 2015 – when it became the area’s first oilfield in production. This FPSO represents record numbers, advanced technologies and respect for the environment.
In September 2021, a Cooperation Agreement was signed with others Oil & Gas operators in the area to asses the feasibility of the Barents Blu-Ammonia Project. The project provides for the monetization of gas production at the Goliath field by means of the blue ammonia production and commercialization. The CO2 captured in the process will be transported and stored in a depleted offshore field.