Actemium successfully concludes the revitalization services with UMS in the P-55 Platform

The interventions carried out by Actemium will allow for the P-55 Platform to continue producing oil and gas safely for many years

In October, Actemium finished the service provision campaign for Construction and Assembly using a Maintenance and Service Unit (UMS) in platform P-55, as foreseen in the contract signed with Petrobras. The services, which were started in March 2018, were carried out using the Cidade de Carapebus UMS, in the Roncador field, Campos basin.

Throughout the 7 months of activities, Actemium’s offshore team, which is made up of approximately 320 professionals, executed the moving and assembly of almost 280 tons of piping and metallic structures, 104 tons of which were manufactured at the company’s Pipe Shop in its base in Macaé – RJ. The team also performed 35 thousand m2 of painting and applying high-performance coatings, 16% more than what had been foreseen in the initial scope for the services.

During the course of the campaign, in July 2018, the Production Downtime was carried out at the P-55 maritime unit, in which Actemium carried out works with an average workforce of 640 employees. Throughout the 15 days of the Downtime, the team worked 2 shifts, 24 hours per day, executing the almost 240 services contracted. From among the services carried out, we would like to highlight the replacement of a 7.5-ton valve and the assembly of 4 tons of Super Duplex stainless steel alloy pipes, considered critical in the Downtime.

All the services and the Production Downtime were executed as planned and zero accidents were reported. Petrobras deemed the campaign to have been a success, and the interventions carried out by Actemium will allow for P-55 to continue producing oil and gas in safety for many years to come, making the most of the reservoirs’ potential.

Once activities at the P-55 platform were completed, Actemium started a campaign in platform P-62 with UMS Maracanã that will carry on until May 2019 and foresees a 15-day Production Downtime in January next year.

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