Floating Production Solutions
FPSO Cidade de São Paulo MV23
(MODEC owns and operates)
The FPSO Cidade de São Paulo MV23 is deployed in the Sapinhoá (formerly Guara) field, BM-S-9 Block in the giant "pre-salt" region of the Santos Basin.
The VLCC Radiant Jewel which was converted into the FPSO is capable of processing 120,000 barrels of oil or 150,000 barrels of total fluids per day.
MODEC was responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction, mobilization, and operation of the FPSO, including topsides processing equipment as well as hull and marine systems. SOFEC designed and provided the spread mooring.
The first oil was achieved in January 2013. MODEC operates the FPSO for minimum 20 years.
|Unit Name||:||FPSO Cidade de São Paulo MV23|
|Field Location||:||Sapinhoá (formerly Guara) Field|
|Water Depth||:||2,140 m|
|Mooring Type||:||SOFEC Spread Mooring|
|Storage Capacity||:||1,600,000 bbls|
|Oil Production||:||120,000 bopd|
|Gas Production||:||180 mmscfd|
|Water Injection||:||150,000 bwpd|
|Client||:||Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras)|
|Contract||:||EPC + Time Charter|
|Scope of Work||:||Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Mobilization, Operation & Maintenance|
|First Oil||:||January 2013|
|Charter Period||:||20 years|
|Current Status||:||In Operation (MODEC owns and operates)|