Subsea 7 to install new BC-10 facilities offshore Brazil

Offshore staff

LUXEMBOURGShell has awarded Subsea 7 a $110-million lump-sum contract for the BC-10 Phase 3 project in the Campos basin offshore Brazil.

The scope includes installation of jumpers, umbilicals, and associated subsea structures.

Subsea 7 will perform project management and engineering from its offices in Rio de Janeiro, with offshore installations starting in 3Q 2015 using the construction/flexlay vessel Skandi Neptune.

The program is expected to be completed within two years.

Victor Bomfim, senior vice president of Subsea 7’s Brazil territory, said: “We are pleased to have been awarded this important contract and be able to work once again with Shell Brazil, following our contracts for the Bijupirá-Salema and BC-10 Phase 1 developments.”


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