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Summary Information

  • Name: P 62 FPSO
  • Field: Roncador Oil And Gas Field
  • Country: Brazil
  • Ownership: Petrobras
  • Website:
  • Field Operated By: Petrobras
  • Capacity: bpd
  • Year of Completion:

Brief Description

  • The vessel is capable of processing more than 180,000 barrels of oil per day, injecting more than 250,000 barrels of water per day, 6MMm³ of production gas and with a storage capacity of 1,600,000 barrels of oil. It is designed to remain at the field for up to 25 years without drydocking.
  • The vessel is the conversion of the Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC), the MT SUVA


  • Jurong Shipyard: Hull structure steel renewal, fabrication and installation of new steel work, blasting and painting works, renewal, fabrication and installation of piping, supply of new equipment and extensive refurbishment of accommodation
  • Aker:
    • Offloading System
    • Water Injection - Sulphate removal plant : SRP coarse filter, SRU feed booster pumps, SRU fine filters, SRU membrane trains, SRU cleaning package, SRU control panel, SRP chemical injection unit
  • Tecna: Gas Dehydration Unit
  • Altus: Supply of automation systems 
  • ABB: Electrical Systems


  • Under construction


  • 2010 - Jurong shipyard awarded pre-conversion contract

Other Information

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  1. ABB FPSO References
  2. Aker FPSO Pusnes Offloading Systems
  3. Aker Solutions Oil And Gas Processing References
  4. Tecna Oil And Gas Processing References
  5. Sembcorp Marine's Jurong Shipyard Secures S$130 Million Pre-FPSO Conversion Contract From Petrobras
  6. Altus signs contract for automation for platforms P-58 and P-62
  7. Nine platforms that will boost oil production in Brazil

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