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SHIP NAME: Lan Shui KEY: NUM. ENTRIES: 3
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Explosion and fire in Intan field, Indonesia, 21 Jan 1990 Abandoned by crew Fire extinguished 22 Jan Severe damage to accommodation and machinery space Laid up Brunei Bay Arrived Singapore 25 May 1992. Forepart converted to storage unit, aft broken up.


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In some reports, the converted tanker Lan Shui has been described as experiencing a CTL due to engine room fire on 21, January, 1990. The fire is described by Lloyds List as lasting for 29 hours, with extensive damage to engine room, but no damage to process or storage areas and no pollution. The information further shows Lan Shui remained on location for several weeks, and was later converted for production on the Bongkot field (Thailand) after 1993.


source CTX
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This FPSO casualty probably should not be in the CTX database, but it snuck in so we left it. No cause info for fire.