Brazil’s Petrobras has started production from the FPSO Cidade de Maricá, located in the Lula field, in the pre-salt layer of the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil.
The Cidade de Maricá is a floating, production, storage and offloading unit that produces, stores and transfers oil. The vessel is located at approximately 270 kilometers from the coast, at a water depth of 2,120 meters.
According to Petrobras, with a daily production capacity of up to 150,000 barrels of oil and 6 million cubic meters of gas, this is the seventh major definitive production system in the pre-salt layer of the Santos Basin.
With this additional unit, the pre-salt layer of the Santos and Campos basins already accounts for 35% of Brazil’s oil production.
Vantrunk supplied the cable management systems for the water treatment packages built by Veolia includng the Speedway Cable Ladder and Heavy Duty Cable Tray.
You could be next! Vantrunk is celebrating 50 years by giving away spot prizes, monthly prizes and a trip of a lifetime star prize in the year long Xtreme Challenge.
League of Ladders is Vantrunk’s online Ladder Challenge. Register today as lucky registrant number 50 will win an ipad mini…
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To mark its 50th anniversary Year in 2013, Vantrunk is undertaking an extensive media campaign. Watch out for crocodiles, iguanas and polar bears popping up in Xtreme conditions across a spectrum of trade publications throughout the remainder of 2013.
Check out the schedule below and pick up a copy featuring one of our Xtreme creatives when they appear over the next few months:
May - Upstream
June - Upstream and HazardEx
July - Upstream
August - Upstream, OTI and HazardEx
September - HazardEx
November - Upstream
December - Upstream
Vantrunk has always shown dedication to using new and innovative ways to test its Speedway Cable Ladder and Vantrunk Cable Tray to ensure that they can survive in extreme conditions. To this end, Vantrunk’s engineers recently collaborated with the Aircraft Research Association (ARA) to carry out a series of tests on its products.
The tests were carried out using the same wind tunnels that were used to carry out research on illustrious aircraft such as Concorde as well as the Tornado and Typhoon fighter jets. The purpose of the tests was to demonstrate how Vantrunk’s Cable Tray and Speedway Cable Ladder can survive the ferocious wind speeds and extreme conditions that would be produced by hurricane force winds.
Don’t miss the full test report over the coming weeks.
Congratulations to Dirk Van koetsveld of Fluor and Henrik Christensen of Semco Maritime who were the lucky winners of March and April's prizes respectively.
Dirk won himself a new Makita drill whilst Henrik has won a new Nike Fuel Band.
To be in with a chance to bag the prize in May register at www.vantrunk.com/competiton or if you are already registered just log in and answer the weekly questions.