Keppel has a new contract with Petrobras

The Keppel Offshore & Marine Group that has shipyards in navigators-SC and subsidiary in Angra dos Reis-RJ (Brasfels), from the Asian peninsula of Singapore, negotiated a new contract with Petrobras and with the American company SOFEC leader in the engineering and construction of systems of Single point mooring for FPSO, FSO, FLNG, FSRU and maritime terminals. This contract, in the value of US $96 million, is for the transport of Hull (carry over) of FPSO P-69, of the consortium formed by Petrobras Netherland and Petrogral Brasil-Tupi BV, and covers the installation of equipment and cables for the hull plus the commissioning of maritime systems.

Keppel FELS Brasil was previously contracted for the manufacture, integration, testing and commissioning of the topside modules for the P-69 and manufactured the modules. The P-69 has delivery planned for next year and the platform will have daily processing capacity of 150,000 barrels of oil and 6 million cubic meters of gas and has structure capable of stocking 1.6 million of oil barrels and will act in depth of 2,200 meters offshor E

In the contract with SOFEC, which has solutions for floating systems of production, storage and discharge (FPSO-floating unit of production, storage and transfer and FSO-floating storage and transfer unit, or support) based on oil tankers Installed in depths of water ranging from superficial to ultra deep, it is for the manufacture of a mooring system of towers for a new vessel of liquefied natural gas floating (FLNG).

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