Industry gears up for new round of activity offshore Brazil

Gray, Doug
October 2013
Offshore;Oct2013, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the advance plans of various oil operators for development offshore Brazil. It relates the plan of Petrobas America Inc. to develop the world's first deepwater subsea oil/water separation system on the P-37 platform in the Marlim field. Moreover, Royal Dutch Shell PLC will maximize their Parque das Conchas project with its full life-of-field 4D seismic monitoring system, the deepest of its kind in the world.


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