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Comperj's UPGN is finally out: on the 27th, the mobilization for the works begins

March 25, 2018 3:12 pm to 3:12 pm
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China signed the contract with Petrobras on the 22nd for the construction of the UPGN within COMPERJ, the contracts will probably happen through the Union

Enough of the controversies involving Comperj, delays and promises, it's over and there's no way back! The contract for the works of the UPGN inside the Petrochemical Complex of Rio de Janeiro was signed and on March 22nd, Kerui Petroleum informs that on the 27th the mobilizations to start the works will begin. The press outlets were informed that the delay was due to the company not having the CRCC to build the construction site, a problem that has just been solved.

On the same day the contract was signed, a delegation of parliamentarians, unionists and employees linked to Petrobras were at the project to celebrate the milestone and analyze the final steps for the resumption of work. “It is good to know that Petrobras is resuming investments in this unit, which will process natural gas from oil extraction in the pre-salt layer,” he said. Senator Eduardo Lopes (PRB-RJ) and federal deputy Dejorge Patricio (PRB-RJ) participated in the visit.

There is a collective agreement organized by the Sintramon Union for the positions and salaries of the workers who worked on the works, probably this union will be intermediating the hiring and receiving the resumes by China, as the president said in other videos. CONTRACTING CAN START AT ANY TIME! But it is worth noting that they will happen gradually. First, the construction crew will come in to carry out the works to prepare the site, earthworks and other related activities. Afterwards, Keuri will call the inspection staff to check the equipment and machinery received. After all that, the buckshot galley begins in its entirety. The list of salary positions you can find by clicking here. The video of the union's official statement is below:

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