The Búzios-5 overall production system foresees the interconnection of 15 wells to the FPSO in two phases. The project awarded to Saipem includes the engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) of steel lazy wave risers (SLWR) and associated flowlines between all wells and the FPSO. In particular, the scope of work includes five production and five injection risers and flowlines for a total length of 59 km, a 16 km-long gas export line to be connected to an existing pipeline, 11 rigid jumpers and 21 foundation subsea structures (risers and PLETs).
Saipem will use FDS, its field development ship, for all the subsea works.
“Búzios is one of the world’s largest deepwater oil fields and it is very important for Saipem to contribute to such a significant project for Brazil, a country in which we have a long-established presence and track record of successfully-executed projects,” commented Francesco Racheli, Chief Operating Officer of Saipem’s E&C Offshore Division.
Racheli added: “This new acquisition efficiently combines in-house capabilities and appropriate assets to carry out this ambitious endeavour and reinforces our reputation as a global provider of valuable solutions in a country offering great opportunities. We look forward to working alongside Petrobras to further develop Brazil’s resources and ensure the safe and timely achievement of the field’s full production output”.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/offshore-and-subsea/06072020/petrobras-awards-saipem-contract-for-bzios-pre-salt-subsea-work/
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