OneSubsea closes contracts to supply equipment with Petrobras, Enauta and PRIO

OneSubsea, a company of the SLB group (formerly Schlumberger), made a triple announcement: the signing of new equipment supply contracts for Petrobras, Enauta and PRIO (formerly PetroRio). In the agreement with Petrobras, OneSubsea will deliver 16 wet Christmas trees (ANMs) for the Buzios 10 project, in the Santos Basin pre-salt. OneSubsea also entered into two-phase ANM contracts for Mero, as well as the most recent global ANM contract for Petrobras fields, signed at the end of last year.

The SLB group company will also carry out associated installation, commissioning and maintenance services in Buzios. The scope of services includes the Drill Pipe Riser system, installation tools and specialized offshore service fronts that will be responsible for installing the equipment in the field.

OneSubsea will use SLB’s base in Taubaté (SP) to build equipment for Petrobras. The first deliveries should take place in the first quarter of 2025. “Petrobras and OneSubsea teams work together in the development and execution of subsea equipment projects in order to meet the oil company’s business plan in the best possible way”, commented the general director from OneSubsea in Brazil, Carlos Tadeu (main photo).


Meanwhile, the announced agreement with Enauta includes the supply of three multiphase pumps for the Atlanta field, in the Santos Basin. OneSubsea has been supplying subsea equipment such as wet Christmas trees, connection systems, subsea distribution systems and power systems for over 10 years in the field. The company is expected to install two more wet Christmas trees in Atlanta by the end of the year.

In parallel, OneSubsea will also supply a multiphase pump for PRIO in the Wahoo field, in the Campos Basin. As a reminder, Wahoo was designed to operate tied back to the Frade field, at a distance of 35 km. The pump will be used to carry the oil over a longer distance, ensuring flow and production from the subsea system to the Frade FPSO.

The contracts with both companies are expected to be delivered within two years. For the general director of SLB in Brazil, Bruno Alves, the new agreements demonstrate OneSubsea’s strong commitment in the country. “It’s been a lot of teamwork with the independent companies to ensure the very latest in subsea technology to offer optimal solutions to the challenges they present us with,” he said.

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