Doedijns Wins Order for Brazil Intervention System
Dutch oilfield equipment supplier Doedijns reported Friday that it has received an order for a major component of a Rig-less Intervention System (RIS) from services firm SBM Offshore Malaysia.
The RIS is to be used at the BC-10 floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, which services the BC-10 development in the Campos Basin offshore Brazil. The system facilitates the replacement of worn or failed caisson-based artificial lift systems deployed in the BC-10 field.
Doedijns Regional CEO EMEA Dirk Smulders commented in a company statement:
"We are delighted to supply this system to SBM Offshore Malaysia. Doedijns is a renowned company with a strong foothold in North West Europe. Thanks to our recent acquisitions in Houston and Singapore we are now able to support our clients all over the world with a strong focus on the global Oil & Gas hubs. This order proves this global expansion is recognized and valued by our global clients."
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