Petrobras orders three ROVs from Subsea 7

Petrobras has ordered three new ROVs at a total cost of $30 million from Subsea 7 for three drilling units for a combined 15 years.

Offshore staff

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands –Petrobras has ordered three new ROVs at a total cost of $30 million from Subsea 7 for three drilling units for a combined 15 years.

A new-build QX 125 hp will be the first of its type deployed for Petrobras offshore Brazil.

Subsea 7's i-Tech division also is adding more Centurion QX deepwater work class vehicles to its fleet. These are rated to 2,000 m (6,562 ft) with options to upgrade to 3,000 m (9,842 ft) or more.

04/08/2008

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