SINGAPORE — Seatrium subsidiary BrasFELS Shipyard has secured a contract from Offshore Frontier Solutions, a MODEC company, to fabricate some of the topside modules for the FPSO for Equinor’s Raia Field development in the presalt Campos Basin offshore Brazil.
BrasFELS’ scope covers fabrication of the vapor recovery unit/flare knockout module, the oil separation and stabilization modules, and the flowline circulation and metering and utility systems. The shipyard in Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, should start work in first-quarter 2024.
When completed, the FPSO will have the capacity to process 126,000 bbl/d of oil and 16 MMcm/d of gas, with a crude storage capacity of 2 MMbbl. It will be moored about 200 km from the coast of Rio de Janeiro.
The client is GAS-fifteen, a subsidiary of GasLog LNG Services. Seatrium’s scope of work includes refurbishment and life extension works, engineering and procurement, fabrication and installation of a new regasification skid and supporting equipment such as boilers, offloading, electrical and automation systems.