Petrobras to Build P-55 Platform in Brazil
Petrobras’ Executive Board approved for signature the main contract for building the P-55 platform (assembly of the hull with topside modules), with the Consortium of companies comprising Queiroz Galvão, IESA and UTC Engenharia for a total of US$ 845 million, that will be carried out at the Rio Grande shipyard. The total investment for the construction of the P-55 platform will near $1.65 billion.
P-55 will be installed in the giant Roncador field in the
The building of P-55 will be entirely executed in
Approval was also granted for the signature of the contracts for the construction of the gases dehydration modules with UTC Engenharia, the sulfates removal and gas compression modules with IESA and the acquisition of heat exchangers with Alfa Laval.
Work on building the hull began in August at the Atlântico Sul Shipyard, state of Pernambuco, and the assembly process and the manufacture of the sulfates removal and compression modules will be concluded in the city of
Some equipment is still being negotiated such as splitters tanks, oil treatment and electricity generation packages.
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