With the increase in Oil and Gas activities in Macaé, the main companies in the energy sector are receiving new contracts, especially in the offshore sector in particular, the Pre-salt. To ensure that all operations do not generate losses, they look to technology for equipment with a high level of reliability and resistance, thus giving the expected guarantee of profits and the least possible loss of hours (Down Time) in operations.
Sotrreq won a major power generator systems contract for the Sépia and Mero 1 fields, the client is Petrobras and the FPSOs will be built by MODEC. This, without a doubt, is great news for all of us in the offshore world, it is the opportunity for jobs and the satisfaction of working in a world-renowned multinational and the increase in business for the region.
Sotreq's business development and engineering manager for the oil and gas market, Diego Reis, analyzes the current scenario, and with great optimism talks about the current situation and emphasizes the importance of starting a new contract. “Our organization is structured to act on both business fronts. We have invested heavily in technology to increasingly have innovative tools and solutions that leverage efficiency and reduce operating costs”.
The Sotreq unit in Macaé is increasing its activities every day and with the company's new contract with Petrobras, the possibility of contracting to meet the demand is certain. Currently, the Macaé Base has been seen as the main unit for the pre-salt demand. It will have an engine repair shop and a training center to improve employees and guarantee quality and efficiency.
Professionals who wish to work at Sotreq, stay tuned for our publications on the site, as we will certainly be posting future vacancies related to this great opportunity that will come in the O&G sector.