Danish offshore vessel proprietor, Maersk Supply Service has actually won an agreement with Shell in Brazil for the mooring line removal of the FPSO Fluminense, found off the shore of Rio de Janeiro.
The extent of the task consists of removal work with 2 of the Fluminense FPSO’s mooring lines.
“With the onshore engineering already well underway, offshore operations are due to run for three weeks from late August 2022,” Maersk Supply Service stated.
The overseas job will certainly consume to 3 of Maersk Supply Service’s support taking care of vessels to hold the FPSO on terminal and also execute subsea procedures.
This will certainly be the 3rd time Maersk Supply Service sustains Shell Brasil on the FPSO Fluminense’s mooring lines, having actually finished a station-keeping job throughout the emergency situation elimination of a Gas Lift Riser previously this year, and also gave mooring lines life expansion services in 2019.
Once the task is finished, Maersk Supply Service will certainly have either changed or kept every one of the mooring lines holding the FPSO Fluminense in position. Financial information of the most recent agreement were not revealed.