The Bayu-Undan field is located at the Timor Sea in 80m deep water about 500km northwest of Darwin and about 350km southeast of Dili (East Timor). The field contains an estimated 400 million barrels of gas condensates and LPG as well as 3~4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

The Liberdade was the world's first constructed dual FSO (Floating, Storage and Off loading) ship for the Bayu-Undan field for Conoco Phillips, and delivered in September 2003.

Tasks include providing the hydroblasting, UT thickness, UT weld scanning, magnetic particle dye penetrant and visual NDT Methods to the FSO Hull by Rope Access.