(PN) Engeman announced the signing of a contract with Petrobras, focused on preventive and corrective maintenance services on the Tupi field platforms (P-66, P-67, P-68 and P-69). The agreement will begin this month and will last for three years, with an option to renew for another two years.
“This is a very important contract, as we will be responsible for guaranteeing the operation and generation of part of the utilities of four platforms that are among the largest and most productive in Brazil today”, commented Engeman’s contract manager, Michael Brandão.
Some of the main activities within the scope of the contract will be: equipment inspection; gasket adjustment; bearing inspection; accumulator calibration; oil console pump test; inspection of hydraulic hoses; checking and tensioning the transmission belt; element inspection; flexible coupling; cleaning the machine’s water circuit; and lubrication.
Engeman also won a contract this year for maintenance activities at the Presidente Bernardes (RPBC) and Paulínia (Replan) refineries, both in São Paulo. The scope of work involves a large volume of equipment, which together reach almost 20 thousand units. The R$300 million contract will last for five years and should help generate around 700 jobs in the region.