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Petrobras releases list of platforms that are coming from 2018 finally!

Paulo Nogueira
18-12-2017 06:58:58
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Petrobras releases list of platforms that are coming from 2018 finally!

There are 17 FPSO's that will be part of the national front. Many direct and indirect vacancies in the sector will begin to emerge from next year.

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]If you still have any doubts about the new phase of Petrobras after your business plans in Brazil, the time to solve them is now. Surprisingly, the complete schedule of all production units that will start arriving from 2018 to produce the pre/post-salt fields in our territory was released.

There will be nothing more, nothing less than 17 offshore production units already confirmed that will be installed here until 2021, some are already at the shipyard awaiting release to leave, others awaiting integration, there are also FPSO's awaiting the completion of the hulls/modules and the remainder are already up for bidding. Bearing in mind that there is a possibility that some of these will be built in national shipyards, as you can see in the article in which Petrobras publicly declares this. The units that are arriving are as follows:

  • Campos do Goytacazes – For the Green Turtle Field operated by Modec
  • P-67 – For the Lula Norte Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-68 – For the Berbigão Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-69 – For the Lula Ext. S Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-74 – For the Búzios I Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-75 – For the Búzios II Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-76 – For the Búzios III Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-77 – For the Búzios IV Field operated by Petrobras
  • P-70 – For the Atapu I Field operated by Petrobras
  • Sepia – Destined for the Sepia Field operated by Modec
  • Búzios V – Destined to Campo Búzios in bidding
  • Libra I – Destined to Campo Libra in bidding
  • Libra II – Destined to Campo Libra to bid
  • Itaipu – Destined to Campo Itaipu to bid
  • Parque das Baleias – Destined for Campo Porque das Baleias to bid
  • Marlim I – Destined to Campo Marlim to bid
  • Marlim II – Destined to Campo Marlim to bid

Video: P-69 at Brasfels almost ready!

Bearing in mind that the units mentioned above are for production only, there are still more bids for the modernization of 39 platforms in the Campos Basin publicly announced in the main national and international communication vehicles. Check out the Band News special report here talking about these 39 units that will soon generate jobs. As many of these FPSO's will be chartered by Petrobras, this explains why the government will open another public tender in 2018, so access it right here and get your study materials as soon as possible. To consult the detailed table of these units, access here.

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Paulo Nogueira
With technical training, I worked in the offshore oil and gas market for a few years. Today, my team and I are dedicated to bringing information from the Brazilian energy sector and the world, always with credible and up-to-date sources.