FMC Secures $130m Contract from Petrobras

4 May 2011 (Last Updated May 4th, 2011 18:30)

FMC Technologies has secured a contract worth $130m from Petrobras to supply subsea equipment for the Congro and Corvina fields, located offshore Brazil in the Campos Basin. The company will supply two subsea separation and boosting systems for each field and two subsea manifolds to pe

FMC Technologies has secured a contract worth $130m from Petrobras to supply subsea equipment for the Congro and Corvina fields, located offshore Brazil in the Campos Basin.

The company will supply two subsea separation and boosting systems for each field and two subsea manifolds to perform production and gas-lift injection for 10 wells.

It will also supply two subsea boosting module stations, pipeline tie-in equipment and subsea control systems.

The control system is equipped with subsea robotics technology, designed by Schilling Robotics.

Global Subsea Production Systems senior vice president Tore Halvorsen said: “The significance of this project is it will allow demobilisation of one existing production platform and replace it with two subsea separation systems.”