THE Petrobras informs that the Floating Storage and Transfer Unit (FPSO) is ready and will leave the shipyard in China, COOEC, heading to Brazil by the end of March. This platform will operate in the north Lula field and it is a unique Petrobras unit. In this one, all that remains is the integration of the modules, joining the Topside of the system. As the unit is 100% owned by the state-owned company, most of its crew will be composed of Brazilians, naturally.
The initial departure planned for the first time, was scheduled for December 2017, with the first operation in the same year, but was postponed for technical reasons. The P-67 will travel through international waters via a towing system called Dry-Tow and will be carried out by the maritime company Dockwise, the vessel that will be used for the towing is called the Dockwise Vanguard. See what this sea monster looks like in the photo below:
This unit is part of the fleet of 17 FPSOs that will be part of the Brazilian fleet until 2021, some from Petrobras and others from bidding on other companies. Modec has already won some bids and is in competition for a few more units. Access the list of platforms that will be part of Brazilian oil production by accessing the full article here. That's not counting drilling rigs, seismic vessels and offshore units. The possibilities are many.
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