Sevan: FPSO Piranema En Route to Brazil
The SSP Piranema has started its journey to Brazil. The expected transit time is 35 days. From the Keppel Verolme Shipyard in Rotterdam, the FPSO will go through the English Channel, cross the Bay of Biscay, pass the Canary Islands before crossing the Atlantic Ocean on its way to the port of Aratu, Salvador, Brazil. Here the unit will undertake customs clearance and acceptance testing and be temporarily moored, awaiting tow-out to the Piranema Field in the state of Sergipe.
The SSP Piranema has been contracted to Petrobras under an 11-year charter contract, with extension options for an additional 11 years.
Sevan Marine ASA is a Norwegian company listed on Oslo Bors with its own unique
technology for floating production, storage and drilling. Sevan's technology is developed for
applications in offshore oil and gas field developments. The cylindrical hull form has a
significant competitive edge when compared to traditional type floaters. Sevan Marine has
offices in Tananger, Arendal, Asker and Trondheim, Norway; Singapore and Rio de Janeiro,
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