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Subsea 7 and Schlumberger merge and could generate opportunities

Paulo Nogueira
28-02-2018 09:47:04
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Subsea 7 and Schlumberger merger

Companies had to increase their capacities in the cities of Taubaté (SP) and Macaé (RJ) to meet the demand for subsea equipment from 2018

THE Subsea 7 and Schlumberger in global business channels that are already in frank negotiations to shape a 50/50 joint venture, along the same lines as the Subsea Integration Alliance, conceived in 2015. This initiative aims to combine the surface, production and processing services portfolio of the subsea OneSubsea, with the Subsea 7 umbilicals, risers and flowlines modality.

With this merger, the next step will be to strengthen the field of engineering, designs and all executions of these projects combined with autonomous technological systems, remote monitoring of production and operations that need inspection, maintenance and repairs. Shell together with Senai have developed a similar system that can replace an ROV and will implement it soon, learn more here.

OneSubsea is a joint venture between Schlumberger and Cameron, created in 2012, focused on the manufacture and development of products, systems and services for the subsea oil and gas market. In 2017, it established a leading position in the subsea market with a focus on pore-to-pipeline.

In Brazilian lands, it currently supplies our market with more than 350 Christmas trees and other types of related underwater equipment. With the combination of these two companies, it was announced that the cities of Macaé (RJ) and Taubaté (SP) where its main facilities are located, should have their capacities amplified, already foreseeing the great demand for services that are to come from 2018.

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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.