Petrobras Seeks 240 New Vessels

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

According to an April 20 report from Reuters, the chief financial officer of Brazil's Petrobras said the company is seeking about 240 offshore oil development vessels in the next five to six years. The vessels would include drillships, storage units, supply vessels, transportation vessels and others.

(Source: Reuters)

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