The licensing round is expected to commence in April 2020, with nine blocks on offer in the Harper Basin.
FPSO Sepetiba will be deployed at the Mero field in the Santos Basin offshore Brazil, 180 km offshore Rio de Janeiro.
Ocean Infinity will be deploying technology to conduct 2D Ultra High-Resolution Seismic surveys and Seabed Soil Sampling in Block 32 and Block 17.
Petrofac has been appointed by Maersk to deliver well management services, including project and supply chain management support for shallow water and deepwater wells throughout the duration of the programme.
The fire-resistant RADOX® OFL (Oil & Gas Flexible Lightweight) cable solution provides the offshore industry with a safe way to reduce platform weight.
In the upstream business, approximately US$11 billion is forecasted to sustain and grow currently producing assets, including about US$4 billion for Permian unconventional development and about US$1 billion for other international unconventional development.
The acquired fields, which are mostly operated by Equinor, will add additional daily production of approximately 150 000 bpd for the company, which is owned by Eni and HitecVision.
The contract will see Aker Solutions deliver front-end engineering and design (FEED) for the first platform in a potential series of future assets within BP’s Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) portfolio.