BMT Wins Petrobras Cascade & Chinook Contract

Wednesday, August 17, 2011
BMT Engineer prepares Free-Standing Hybrid Riser (FSHR) data acquisition modules to go subsea.

BMT Scientific Marine Services (BMT) was contracted by Petrobras America Inc., a subsidiary of Petrobras, to provide support maintenance and repair for the Cascade and Chinook Free Standing Hybrid Riser Tower (FSHR) Monitoring System.
This agreement includes five years of operation to support maintenance and repair of the FSHR monitoring system, including equipment replacement, change-out of batteries, repair of equipment, preventative maintenance, equipment refurbishment, freight and transport.
The monitoring system was originally supplied by BMT with subsea installation completed in 2010. It was designed to monitor the stabilizing uplift forces on five Riser Towers and record Riser, Turret Buoy and FPSO position, motion and mooring data.
The BMT Service Team has provided service to platforms and vessels around the world that utilize its monitoring and control systems. BMT offers pro-active maintenance, unscheduled or emergency service visits, remote support, and both onsite and shore-based training. 

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