Technip bags Petrobras’ projects modification services contract in Brazil
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Technip bags Petrobras’ projects modification services contract in Brazil

6:49 AM, 3rd September 2013
Technip bags Petrobras’ projects modification services contract in Brazil

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip has signed a four-year frame agreement with Petrobras for projects modifications services for the Rio de Janeiro Operations Unit (UO-RIO), including existing offshore platforms located in the Campos Basin area, Brazil.

The services comprise basic and detailed design, documentation update, engineering consulting, planning, control and execution supplies for 13 offshore platforms. Technip was previously awarded contracts on some of these projects, most notably designing and constructing the topsides of three of Petrobras’ deepwater production semis – P-51, P-52 and P-56 – the largest topsides floatovers onto semi hulls in the world.

“This award reasserts Technip in Brazil’s competitiveness as a top-class services provider and reinforces our long-term commitment to Petrobras’ key projects,” said Jose Jorge Araujo, Senior Vice President, Onshore Latin America and Offshore Brazil, Technip.

 

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