InterMoor wins contract for work on Papa Terra field

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – InterMoor says it has been awarded a contract for the installation of the drilling and production conductors for the Papa Terra project offshore Brazil, which has Petrobras as operator and Chevron as non-operator.

InterMoor is going to be responsible for the design, procurement, fabrication and installation of 15 conductors for the project. All 15 conductors are 36-in. diameter. The company is going to fabricate all the conductors at its new 24-acre Morgan City, Louisiana, facility.

The conductors are going to be installed in water depths up to 3,937 ft (1,200 m) off the coast of Brazil in the southern Campos basin. The installation is scheduled to begin in the 4Q 2011 utilizing DOF Subsea’s construction anchor handling vessel Skandi Skolten under charter to InterMoor.

“We are proud to have signed this contract with Petrobras and proud to be part of the first TLWP (tension leg wellhead platform) in Brazil,” said InterMoor President Tom Fulton. “InterMoor has been developing its strength in the Brazil market through our local office in Rio de Janeiro and this project award confirms the dedication of our efforts to expand our opportunities in the region.”

06/01/11



Did You Like this Article? Get All the Energy Industry News Delivered to Your Inbox

Subscribe to an email newsletter today at no cost and receive the latest news and information.

 Subscribe Now

Whitepapers

Maximizing Operational Excellence

In a recent survey conducted by PennEnergy Research, 70% of surveyed energy industry professional...

Leveraging the Power of Information in the Energy Industry

Information Governance is about more than compliance. It’s about using your information to drive ...

Reduce Engineering Project Complexity

Engineering document management presents unique and complex challenges. A solution based in Enter...

Revolutionizing Asset Management in the Electric Power Industry

With the arrival of the Industrial Internet of Things, data is growing and becoming more accessib...