Shell Extends MODEC's Contract for FPSO Fluminense to December 2020

Japan's MODEC, Inc. announced Thursday that Royal Dutch Shell plc's subsidiary Shell Brasil Petroleo Ltda. has extended a contract with the firm for operations and maintenance of the FPSO Fluminense now working in the Bijupira & Salema oil fields in the Campos Basin off the coast of Brazil.

The contract for the floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) facility, which has been in operations at the fields since August 2003, will be extended from August  2016 to December 2020.

FPSO Fluminense was the first vessel that MODEC delivered to the Brazil's oil and gas sector. This was followed by 9 FPSOs and 1 FSO (floating storage offloading).

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