The vessel for Total’s huge Culzean gas field has completed its 12,000 mile journey to the North Sea.
Maersk Supply Service confirmed the Ailsa floating storage and offloading vessel has now arrived at the site around 145miles east of Aberdeen.
The field, operated by French energy giant Total is due to come online next year, and is expected to meet five percent of total UK gas demand at peak production in 2020/2021.
Ailsa can store up to 430,000 barrels of condensate at a time.
The vessel started its 12,200 nautical mile journey from a shipyard near Singapore at the start of June.
Total said its construction took 12.5million man-hours.
Maersk Supply is responsible for towing and installation of the vessel at the gas field.
A company spokeswoman confirmed it has now arrived at Culzean.
See the video from Maersk Supply below.