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Brasfels shipyard should start work on FPSO MV30 in October

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The forecast is for 500 jobs for the construction and assembly works of the FPSO Carioca modules at the shipyard

The P-69 left A short time ago, it left the Brasfels shipyard, owned by the Keppels Group, and the new perspective now is the arrival of the FPSO MV30 Carioca, which will be operated by MODEC. The platform was built in China and is heading to Brazil for the integration and assembly works of its topside modules. The union informs that 500 jobs, to complete the unit, will be needed for the month of October of this year (2018), eThis same information was provided by Keppel at the time of the contract announcement..

With no prospects for new works after these activities at the FPSO Carioca, The Sindicato dos Metalúrgicos de Angra dos Reis claims that the blame for this crisis in the shipyards and in the entire Brazilian naval industry is a consequence of the coup (impeachment of former president Dilma Rousseff in 2016), causing the government to lose interest in the sector, despite having one of the most qualified workers in the world in our modality.


Contact for the works

Part of the workers are already at the shipyard, after carrying out the work on the p-69 at Brasfels, they will remain there until further notice. If there is another wave of signings, it will also be announced in October. Click Petróleo e Gás already has some of the contacts and the contracting method, we are just waiting for the official pronouncement to pass them on to you, this is to avoid inconvenience or unnecessary crowds at the shipyard.

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