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Subsea Control Systems Incorporates Advanced Robotics Technology

FMC Technologies declared that it has signed an accord with Petrobras to deliver two subsea separation and boosting equipment, worth around $130 million for the Congro and Corvina project of Petrobras, located in the Campos Basin of Brazil.

FMC will also deliver two subsea manifolds and each subsea manifold will be utilized for the purpose of gas lift injection and production for 10 wells. The company also supplies Subsea control systems, pipeline tie-in machinery, and two subsea boosting module stations.

The Subsea control system is developed based on an advanced subsea robotics technology from Schilling Robotics and it can be utilized to manage the separation and manifold station valves. FMC designs and fabricates the equipment at an in-house production facility in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The project at the Congro and Corvina fields, which utilizes the subsea processing technology, is the fourth one executed by FMC in Brazil. FMC previously supplied equipment such as the advanced water re-injection and heavy oil separation system to Marlim field of Petrobras. The first two phases of the Parque das Conchas field of Shell was also executed by FMC.

Source: http://www.fmctechnologies.com/

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