The Johan Castberg production vessel is to set sail for Norway next month after it left the dock in Singapore.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has shared a video of the huge ship emerging from the Sembcorp Marine yard earlier this week.
At 313 metres long and 55 metres wide, the production vessel is roughly the size of three football fields.
Final preparations will now be made before the ship begins its 12,500 nautical mile-long journey to Norway in February.
Boskalis’ Boka Vanguard heavy-lift vessel will be used to transport the hull.
Delivery of the Johan Castberg vessel was delayed after Equinor flagged major welding issues in 2020.
It prompted an investigation by Norwegian watchdog the Petroleum Safety Authority and Sembcorp Marine had to make repairs to the ship.
Located in the Barents sea, first oil from the huge Johan Castberg project is expected next year – it will produce for 30 years.
The development plan for the field, which has recoverable estimates of up to 650 million barrels, was approved in 2018.