EnQuest’s chief executive says the oil firm has received offers for the vessel which served its Alma-Galia fields.
London-listed EnQuest ended production from the fields in June 2020, less than five years after start-up, in October 2015.
The EnQuest Producer vessel was taken to its current berth at Port of Nigg in Cromarty Firth in September.
In October, EnQuest placed the floating storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) in quarantine for two weeks due to a Covid outbreak.
Chief executive Amjad Bseisu said last week that the FPSO, owned by EnQuest, was a “brilliant asset”.
Asked about options for its future, he said: “We are seeing significant interest in it and are seeing offers on it now.
“We will either sell it, hopefully, or redeploy it somewhere.
“That would be good for the vessel and the people who would be able to get it because it is a brilliant asset.”