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The Atlanta FPSO is already arriving in Brazil and Queiroz Galvão is in charge

Paulo Nogueira
01-12-2017 06:42:39
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The Atlanta FPSO is already arriving in Brazil: Queiroz Galvão and Teekay

Petrojarl I will be christened today at the Norwegian shipyard on its way to Brazil to produce in the pre-salt layer. The FPSO will be composed of Brazilians.

[supsystic-social-sharing id='1′]After some setbacks in the project and many disagreements, finally the FPSO Petrojarl I, which was converted by Teekay, is already leaving the Norwegian shipyard towards the Atlanta asset, in the pre-salt layer. of the Santos Basin. This unit was specially prepared to produce the oil that is abundant in this block, however heavy. You know what the good news is? It will be operated by Queiroz Galvão Exploração e Produção and its activities will start between the first 3 months of 2018, translating into easy words: Opportunities for Brazilians.

The platform will produce Atlanta by anticipation system and is being baptized today (12/01/2017). Between the 4th and 5th of next week she should be leaving Norway for Brazilian waters. The transport logistics will be carried out by the FPSO together with tugboats scheduled to arrive between Christmas and New Year.

Initially, the Atlanta complex will remain connected to two previously drilled wells, which will produce about twenty thousand barrels of oil per day. As the flow data of this high-density oil are analyzed, they can make the connection in 1 more well, raising productivity to thirty thousand barrels per day.

Coincidence or not, this news matches the news from Jornal Nacional about the 20 platforms that will arrive in Brazil by 2021, generating 500 thousand jobs, [Check out the article and the video by clicking here]. This also justifies the posts that Queiroz has been making for some time, telling them to register their resumes on the company's website and everything else, well, that has just been explicitly explained. keep an eye on the Click Petróleo e Gás social networks, when you start to publicize opportunities, we will be your first dissemination platform. Source: Offshore Energy Today

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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.