Proserv to supply subsea control systems for deepwater projects offshore Brazil

Offshore staff

ABERDEENSHIRE, UKProserv has been awarded its largest contract yet for subsea controls. The contract, which is worth around $40 million (£24 million), will see Proserv provide nine subsea control systems to support deepwater workover control services for several projects offshore Brazil.

Overall project execution, along with the engineering and build of the subsea control systems, will be carried out at the company’s Great Yarmouth facilities in the UK. Its manufacturing facility in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, will deliver the accompanying hydraulic power units. 

The systems will be delivered to the client in a phased approach throughout 2015, in line with key project milestones.




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