The current new product of FES is a Jack Up Production Platform designed for mild environment. It has two design configurations. Configuration #1 features oil production of 30,000 bopd with GOR of 1000, and the Configuration #2 features gas production of 150 mm cfpd with 6000 bpd gas condensate.
The Kulluk was the first and only floating drilling rig designed and deployed for Beaufort sea operation in 1.3 m thick level ice.
The Express was a DP reel lay vessel designed to achieve high pipe laying operation efficiency and equipped with an effective roll motion suppression device (US patent 7900570B2) for achieving superior motion characteristics.
The Moliqpak was the first steel caisson designed for exploratory drilling in arctic environment.
The Caesar was a DP J lay vessel designed for worldwide operation.
The H534 was re-built from the famous drill ship 534 to become a well intervention vessel.
The Well Enhancer is a DP ship shape light well intervention vessel features riser or riserless operation, as well as diving and ROV functions.
The Q7000 is a second generation DP well intervention semi designed for worldwide operation with low resistance ship shape pontoon hull form to achieve higher-than-normal transit speed and pallet movement on rails for equipment handling.
The Q5000 is the first-in-class second generation, 3000 m water depth rated, DP well intervention semi in the Gulf of Mexico. It features flat deck layout to improve operation efficiency and moon pool skid cart for riser hang off (US patent 9731796B2).