PROMINP`s Mission

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PROMINP`s Mission
Brazilian Industry and Maritime Demands for Equipment
and Services in the Horizon 2018-2030:
April 2014: Undocking of P-66’s hull in Rio Grande Shipyard, the first hull for Pre-Salt fully built in Brazil
Paulo Sergio Rodrigues Alonso
Petrobras Local Content Advisor to the CEO
Executive Coordinator of PROMINP
RIO OIL & GAS: Rio de Janeiro, 15-18th September 2014
Agenda
Brazilian Local Content Regulation and Requirements for Libra
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Offshore and Maritime Equipment Demand
Conclusions
Agenda
Brazilian Local Content Regulation and Requirements for Libra
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Offshore and Maritime Equipment Demand
Conclusions
Brazilian Local Content Regulation
Concession Model - Agreement with the ANP
ANP: National Agency of Petroleum
Union
(represented by the ANP)
Signing Bonus
Minimum Exploratory Program (PEM)
Local Content Offered
Concession of Exploratory Blocks
 12 Bidding Rounds (1999-2013)
 Transfer of Rights (2010)
 Production Sharin Contract – Libra (2013)
O&G Operators
Contract goods and services
with local content requirement,
without jeopardizing price, time
and quality
Goods and Services
Suppliers
Manufacture equipment and
provide services and hire
certification entity to
measure local content
Assessment methodology:
Winner Bid = Max (0.4 x Minimum Exploratory Programme) +
(0.4 x Signing Bonus ) + (0.2 x Local Content offered)
Local Content Certifiers
 Accredited by ANP
 Local Content Booklet (official methodology)
 Measure the local content that is effectively
manufactured in Brazil
Brazilian Local Content Regulation
Local Content Requirement
Local Content Requirements for Libra
Exploraty Phase
Exploratory Phase
Subsystem
Operational Support
Geology and Geophysics
Drilling, Evaluation and Completion
Minimum Local
Content item (%)
50
5
85
29
45
54
Item
Logistic Support (Sea/Air/Base) (obs. 1)
Seismic Acquisition
Interpretation and Processing
Drilling Rig
Drilling + Completion (obs. 2)
Auxiliary System (obs. 3)
Extended Well Test (EWT)
Sub-items
Obs 3 – Auxiliary System
Exploration Phase (%)
50
50
80
Obs 2 – Drilling + Completion
Sub-items
Drilling Bit
Wellhead
Production Column
Well Equipment
Casing
37
15
Obs 1 – Logistic Support
Flight Support
Offshore/Maritime Support
Onshore/ Land Support
Minimum LC–
Exploratory Phase (%)
Exploration Phase (%)
5
60
24
50
73
Sub-items
Field Instrumentation
Automation System
Flow Measurement System
Telecommunications System
Electrical System
Exploration Phase (%)
40
60
60
40
70
Local Content Requirements for Libra
Exploraty Phase
Subsystem
Development Phase (DP) - modules with first oil up to 2021
Minimum Item Local MLC -Development
Item
Content (MLC) (%) Phase modules (%)
Drilling Rig
Drilling,
Logistic Support (Maritime/air/Base (obs 1)
Assessment
Christmas Tree
and
Drilling + Completion (obs 2)
Completion
Auxiliary Systems (obs 3)
Flexibles
Flowlines
Rigids
Basic Engineering
Detailed Engineering
Production
Management, Construction and Assembly
Collection
Flexible Production/Injection Lines (Flowlines, Risers)
System
Rigid Production/Injection Lines
Manifolds
Underwater Control System
Umbilicals
Basic Engineering
Detailed Engineering
Management
Construction and Assembly
Hull
Comissioning
Equipment and Materials
Naval Systems
Materials
Basic Engineering
Detailed Engineering
Management
Plants (obs 5)
Construction and Assembly
SPU
Comissioning
Equipment and Materials (obs 5.1)
Materials
Basic Engineering
Detailed Engineering
Management
Modules Integration
Construction and Assembly
and Instalation
Naval Systems
Comissioning
Materials
Pre-Installation and Hook-up of Anchoring
Anchoring
Lines
Multiple Anchoring Systems
50
50
70
37
58
40
80
90
90
34
56
50
70
20
55
90
90
90
75
90
40
50
80
90
90
90
75
90
57
80
90
90
80
75
10
75
75
40
85
Obs 1 - Logistic Support
Subsystem
Maritime Support
Air Support
Base Support
Obs 2 - Drilling + Completion
DP up to 2021
50
50
80
Obs 3 - Auxiliary Systems
Subsystem
Drill
Wellhead
Production Tube
Well equipment
Casing
DP up to 2021
5
60
32
50
73
Subsystem
DP up to 2021
Field Instrumentation
40
Automation System
75
Fiscal Measurement
60
System
Telecommunication
40
System
Electric System
70
Obs 5.1 - Equipaments and Materials
Equipaments
Forges
Tanks
Pressure Vessels
Field Instrumentation
Filters
Cathodic Protection
Estatic
Equipamets Flare System
Valves (Up to 24")
Pumps
Rotary Equipament - Alternative Compressors
Rotary
Rotary Equipament - Rotary Screw Air Compressors
Equipament Rotary Equipament - Diesel Engines (up to 6 HP)
Rotary Equipament - Gas Turbines
Rotary Equipament - Steam Turbines
Automation System
Fiscal Measurement System
Telecommunication System
Electric System
Process Towers
Cooling Towers
Heat Exchangers
Boiler
55
MLC (%)
80
83
70
40
80
90
14
58
70
70
70
65
35
80
75
60
40
70
75
85
50
Agenda
Brazilian Local Content Regulation and Requirements for Libra
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Offshore and Maritime Equipment Demand
Conclusions
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
PETROBRAS' Local Content Policy
The projects and acquisitions for Petrobras must support the
challenges of Company’s Strategic Plan and therefore maximize local
content based on competitive and sustainable basis, accelerating the
development of markets where it operates, guided by ethics and
generating continued innovation.
December 22nd, 2011
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
DRIVERS
Drivers
Capital
Discipline
 Ensure adherence to capital discipline, assuring the competitiveness of
procurement and reducing financial and logistical risks in implementation and
operation of projects.
Integration of
Supply
 Execute procurement in a coordinated manner for the items of common use.
Local Content
Standardization in
Petrobras
 Uniform criteria for measuring and requiring local content in Petrobras
acquisitions.
Local Suppliers
 Encourage the development of local markets in a sustainable manner.
National
Engineering
 Prioritize supplies with local engineering development.
Technology
Gaps
 Encourage the development of the local market to overcome technology gaps.
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Local Content Requirements
Petrobras Local Content Policy determines that all business areas must achieve
minimum local content on its activities (capital and operational expenditure)
Contratual Obligation
Upstream
Local content
requirements
established in oil field
concession contracts
Refining
Gas & Power
There is no Local Content requirement
Oil Company declares target and proves rate achieved
Local content requirements set by Petrobras according to the list of goods and services
demanded by capital projects and local industry capacity to provide them
Minimum Local Content requirement for financing concession (BNDES)
ANP with O&G Operators
Petrobras with Suppliers
Agenda
Brazilian Local Content Regulation and Requirements for Libra
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Offshore and Maritime Equipment Demand
Conclusions
2014-2018 BMP:
Petrobras Oil and NGL Production Curve in Brazil
89 Tanker Vessels (
149 new units to be delivered by 2020: 89
12 units
delivered
+9
+ 13
), 32
32 Production Units (
+ 23
+ 22
+ 30
28 Drilling Rigs (
) and 28
+ 21
+ 21
13
13
)
13
4.2
12
11
10
9
9
8
7
7
6
6
6
5
4
3
3
2
2
1
2013
2014
2015
1
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
Petrobras Vessels
Current and projected fleet
Business and Management Plan 2014-2018
Future Situation:
Incremental values considering
2020
(1)
acquisitions and disposals
Situation
2014-15 2016-17 2018-20
Critical
Resources
Dec/2013
Situation
Tanker Vessels
55
13
23
38
127
Supply Vessels
414
44
44
66
568
Production Units
(SS and FPSO)
54
3
13
16
86
Drilling Rigs
(SWD > 2.000 m)
40
-1
8
7
54
Future Demand (2014-2020)
+ 89 Tanker
Vessels
+ 32 Production
Units by 2020 and
+41 from 2021 to
2030
+ 154 Large
Supply Boats
+ 28 Drilling Rigs
Significant equipment demand mapping:
 Historically imported equipment with potential to attract foreign suppliers
 Equipment produced nationally but with potential bottlenecks in production capacity
(1) Future Demand includes hired demand, demands in hiring phase and yet to be hired demand.
Source: Transpetro; BMP 2014-18; Petrobras (E&P-SERV/US-CONT and AB-LO/TM)
* AHTS, ORSV, PSV
Tanker Vessels
Fleet increase by 2020
Petrobras Fleet Growth Program with
Brazilian Vessels
PROMEF I and II
EBN I and II
49 Vessels by 2020
40 Vessels by 2020
12 Products
8 LPG
3 Bunkers
14 Suezmax
8 Aframax
4 Panamax
6 Panamax
6 Bunker
21 Products
7 LPG
7 delivered Vessels and 20 Vessels in advanced stage of
construction
1 delivered Vessel and 2 Vessels in advanced stage of
construction
22 Vessels in hiring phase or initial
construction phase
37 Vessels in hiring phase or initial
construction phase
Equipment demand not yet addressed for 59 Vessels (by 2020)
Example of equipment with potential for national development

59 Sewage Treatment Units

122 Life Boats

59 Inert Gas Generation System

1.770 Accomodation Cabines
Source: Transpetro; Petrobras (AB-LO/TM)
Tanker Vessels
Main demands for equipment
Demand for the 59 Vessels to be delivered between 2014 and 2020
EQUIPMENT
AUXILIARY BOILER
AUXILIARY ENGINES (un)
CARGO & BALLAST PUMPS
COMBINED WINDLASS & MOORING WINCHES
ENGINE ROOM PUMPS
EXHAUSTED GAS ECONOMIZER/COMPOSED BOILERS
FRESH WATER GENERATOR
FUEL OIL CONDITIONER UNIT
FUEL OIL PURIFIERS
GENERAL SERVICE AIR COMPRESSORS
LUBE OIL PURIFIERS
MAIN & EMERC'Y SWITCH BOARDS
MAIN ENGINE (un)
OIL-WATER SEPARATOR
OTHERS MOORING WINCHES
PLATE HEAT EXCHANGER
SHAFT LINE
STARTING AIR COMPRESSOR
SUBMERGED CARGO & BALLAST PUMPS
THERMAL OIL HEATER
Source: Transpetro; Petrobras (AB-LO/TM)
DEMAND
118
177
295
118
2.950
59
59
59
177
118
295
59
59
59
354
354
59
177
720
59
EQUIPMENT
ACCOMODATION PAKAGE
ANCHORS
BOLLARD
CABLE (Electrical/Instrumentation/Telecom) (km)
CARGO VALVES - From 80 mm up to 650mm
CHAINS
ENGINE ROOM VALVES
FITTING (ton)
HOSE CRANE
INERT GAS SYSTEM
INFLATABLE BOATS
INSTRUMENTATION (Transmitter/Gauge/Indicator) (un)
INTEGRATED BRIDGE
LIFE BOATS
MANUAL VALVES (un) Produtos 662 valves outside E/R
PIPING (ton)
PROVISION CRANE
SEWAGE TRETMENT UNIT
DEMAND
59
118
0
14.750
17.700
118
47.200
94.400
118
59
354
7.500
59
118
23.600
118.000
118
59
Large Supply Vessels
Fleet increase by 2020
Current Petrobras Fleet
AHTS
Maintenence TO´s + DMA´s + New Production Units
Instalation + FPSO`s and NT´s Operation
OSRV
Oil Recovery
PSV
General Cargo + Oil + Bulk + Cement
TS
Tugs + Oil Recovery
LH
SOS Standby + Handling Spy (messenger)
UT / P
Emergency Cargo / Passenger
Source: E&P-SERV/US-CONT
Future Demand
Quantity
65
+ 154 Large Supply Vessels
45
by 2020
171
21
58
49
Example of equipment with potential for national
development






154 Offshore and Provision Cranes
154 Vacuum Sewage Systems
1,232,000 meters of Metal Pipes
173,250 Manual Operated Valves
35,933 ton of Classified Profiles
3,730 ton of Fitting
Large Supply Vessels
Main demands for equipment (1/2)
Demand for 154 vessels to be delivered by 2020
EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
DEMAND
DEMAND
Provisions crane (UN)
154
Compressors for bulk (UN)
154
Cargo pump (UN)
924
240
Control systems and supervising machines
(system)
Generator set (UN)
154
479
Metal pipes (meters)
Emergency generator - port (UN)
120
Compressors (UN)
Valves (estimated) (pieces)
359
231,000
Oil Purifier (UN)
Manual Operated Valves (estimated) (pieces)
173,250
240
Fittings (estimated) (ton)
Oil water separator (UN)
3,733
120
Cable Seals (UN)
Heat exchanger (UN)
15,400
479
Main switchboard (set)
Fans and blowers (UN)
154
4,432
Distribution Panels (UN)
3,080
Classified profiles (ton)
35,933
Chock fast (UN 300L)
958
Directional propulsion system (UN)
240
Transverse thrusters (UN)
1,232,000
Vacuum sewage system (system)
120
Starters (UN)
1,540
Air-conditioning system (system)
120
Spotlights and reflectors (UN)
3,080
Fresh water heater (UN)
120
Navigation lights (set)
154
Provision Room (system)
120
Aldis lamp (UN)
154
Laundry equipment (set)
240
Battery charger (UN)
Trailer/mooring winch (UN)
154
240
Static Inverter/Frequency Converter (UN)
616
Window Wiper (UN)
Source: E&P-SERV/US-CONT
3,850
Large Supply Vessels
Main demands for equipment (2/2)
Demand for 154 vessels to be delivered by 2020
Equipment
Demand
Equipment
Demand
Sound-Powered Telephone (UN)
616
Fixed firefighting system (system)
154
Public Address System (system)
154
Smoke and heat detectors (set)
Transformers and Rectifiers (UN)
154
308
General alarm (system)
154
308
Whistle (UN)
154
Magnetic Compass (UN)
154
Radar (UN)
Navigation, communication and signaling
equipments (set)
154
Ecosounder (UN)
154
General bulkheads (m 2)
308,000
VHF Radio (UN)
616
Ceiling and bulkhead liners (m 2)
308,000
SSB Radio (UN)
308
Flooring (m2)
138,600
Speed log (UN)
154
Doors class B (UN)
Automatic Pilot (UN)
154
Anchors (UN)
308
Mooring lines (UN)
308
Satellite navigator+ Ploter (UN)
308
Automation System/Micro Full (system)
154
Dynamic Positioning System(system) (system)
154
Steel doors (UN)
Ducts of natural and forced ventilation (UN)
4,620
462
Mooring cables and trailer (UN)
1,386
Rubber Fenders (UN)
3,080
Motorized service boats (UN)
154
Liferafts (UN)
924
Windows (UN)
5,852
Lifebuoys and life jackets (UN)
Guards and wide eyes (UN)
4,620
Boats transceivers (UN)
Source: E&P-SERV/US-CONT
7,700
1,232
924
Production Units
Fleet increase by 2030
Operation Startup Timeline for Petrobras Production Units
Production Units considered for the equipment demand analysis
Equipment demand not yet addressed for 57
Production Units to be delivered by 2030
2014
2015
2016
Made Abroad/Brazil **
Source: BMP 2014-18; Petrobras
2017
2018
Made in Brazil
ND: Not defined
2019
2020
2021
To be contracted
* Charted Production Unit
2022
2023
 171 Chemical Injection Units
 228 Life Boats + Davit
 171 Offshore Cranes
 399,000 Manual Operated Valves
 57 Vacuum Sewage System
 54,000 ton of Piping
 114 Offloading System
 91,200 ton of Fittings
2024
2025
2026
Exceeding of Onerous Transfer of Rights
** Integrated in Brazil with imported Hull or Modules
2027
2028
2029
2030
Concession or Production Sharing
Production Units
Concept for the Libra
standard FPSO
The concept for the Libra standard FPSO is still under
evaluation, but most likely it will not deviate significantly
from a typical Pre-salt FPSO shown below.
Production Units
Main demands for equipment – Topside
Demand for the 57 Production Units to be delivered between 2018 and 2030
Package/Skid
Vapor Recovery Unit
Gas Dehydration Unit
Vacuum Deaerator Unit
Chemical Injection Unit
H2S Removal Unit
Nitrogen Generator Unit
Sulphate Removal Unit
Electrostatic Treaters Package
Produced Water Treatment
Flare Gas Recovery Compression Unit
Flare
Fresh Water Maker
Shell&Tubes Heat Exchange Package
Plate Heat Exchangers Package
Pressure Vessels / Separators Packages
Centrifugal Pumps Package
Sea Water Lift Pumps Package
Source: BMP 2014-18; Sinaval
Demand (Units)
114
57
57
171
15
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
Package/Skid
Water Injection Pumps Package
Well Service Pump Package
Reciprocating Pumps Package
Positive Displacement Pumps Package
Filters Package
Pig Launchers & Receivers Package
Mechanical Handling Equipment Package
Icss – Integrated Control & Safety System
Hydraulic Power Unit - Hpu
Fiscal Metering Skid
Electrical And Automation Module
Hvac System
Exportation Gas Compression Unit
CO2 Compression Unit
Main Gas Compressor
Injection Gas Compression Unit
Main Turbogenerator Unit
Demand (Units)
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
57
15
57
57
57
Production Units
Main demands for equipment – Loose Equipment
Demand for the 57 Production Units to be delivered between 2018 and 2030
Equipment
Compressor
Pressure Vessel (Scrubber/Separator/K.O.Drum)
Tank
Control Panel (Distribution Panel)
Pumps
Hydrocyclones / Gas Flotation
Filter
Shell&Tubes Heat Exchanger
Plate Heat Exchanger
Mechanical Handling Equipment
Oil Dehydrator / Pre-Oil Dehydrator
Oil Dehydrator Degasser / Pre-Oil Dehydrator Degasser
Pig Launchers & Receivers
Control, Shutdown, Choke, Pressure Safety, Deluge Valves
Manual Valves (Un)
Piping (Ton)
Fitting (Ton)
Cable (Electrical/Instrumentation/Telecom) (Km)
Instrumentation (Transmitter/Gauge/Indicator) (Un)
1120 of
1190 compressors are activated by turbine (Libra)
Source: BMP 2014-18; Sinaval
Demand (Units)
11901
3.534
1539
4.731
5.928
399
1254
2.679
1026
6.042
114
114
1368
45.600
399.000
114.000
91.200
28.500
114.000
Production Units
Main equipment demand – Hull
Demand for the 57 Production Units to be delivered between 2018 and 2030
Equipment
Offshore Crane Api-2C (50T)
Aluminium Helideck
Lifeboat & Davit
Rescue Boat & Davit
Foam Firefighting System
CO2 Firefighting System
Inert Gas System
Sewage Treatment & Vacuum Unit
Auxiliary & Emergency Diesel Generator
Diesel Fire Water Pump
Ballast Pumps
Cooling Water Pumps
Fresh Water Generator
Portable Water Generator
Source: BMP 2014-18; Sinaval
Demand (Units)
171
57
228
228
57
57
57
57
114
114
228
114
114
114
Equipment
Fire Detection System
Environmental & Positioning System
Navigation Aid System
Offloading System
Mooring System
Pull-In / Pull-Out System
Submerged Cargo Pumps
Submerged Deballast Pumps
Control Valves System (Un)
Helicopter Refueling System
Diesel Purifier
Vac System
Accomodation Package
Automation & Electric Package
Demand (Units)
57
57
57
57
228
57
798
342
11.400
57
57
57
57
57
Drilling Rigs
Fleet increase by 2020
Petrobras Drilling Rigs Startup Timeline
Drilling rigs considered for the equipment demand analysis
+8
Equipment demand not yet
addressed for the 21 drilling
rigs to be delivered by 2020
+6
+6
Example of equipment with potential
for national development
+4
+3
+1
2014
2015
2016
Construction Site
Abroad/Brazil **
Source: Petrobras; Sinaval
2017
2018
2019
2020













21 Derrick Structure
21 Traveling equipment
21 Choke and Kill Manifold
21 sets of Risers
21 BOP (parcial)
21 sets Eletrical System
126 Main Diesel Generators (parcial)
21 Emergency generators
63 Deck Cranes
126 Azimut Thrusters
2,037 Pumps
630 HVAC System
21 Accomodation
Drilling Rigs
Main demands for equipment – Drilling Package
Demand for the 21 Drilling Rigs to be delivered between 2017 and 2020
Equipment
Demand
Electrical & Instruments Automation System (Esd,Fire/Gas Detection, Ship Sever ,Electrical Power
(Transfomers/Swith Borders) (System,Ups System)
21
Heave Compensation Set
21
Topdrives & Associated Equipment(907 Mtx 2X857 Kw)
21
Vertical Pipehandling – Stanbuilding
21
Traveling Equipment – General
21
Drawworks And Machinery(8508 Kn /10056 Kn)
21
Rotary Table & Associated Equipment(47,5 Kn, 40 Rpm)
21
Hydraulic Roughnecks For Well Centre & Stadbuilding
21
Riser & Pipe Rack Handling System
21
Hydraulic Power Unit(4X 150 Kw + 1X 9 Kw)
105
Mud System (Pums, Accessories, Mixer)7500 Psi X 4 Un.
21
Choke & Kill Manifold
21
Drillers Control Cabin & Control System
21
Bop / Xmas Tree Transportatio / Handling System
21
Riser Tensioning System
21
Bulk Mud & Cement System
21
Subsea Package
21
Source: Petrobras; Sinaval
Drilling Rigs
Main demands for equipment – Ship Package
Demand for the 21 Drilling Rigs to be delivered between 2017 and 2020
Equipment
Demand
Electrical & Instruments Automation System (Esd,Fire/Gas Detection, Ship Sever ,Electrical Power
(Transfomers/Swith Borders) (System,Ups System)
21
Main Diesel Generators Sets(7680 Kw X720 Rpmx11000V)
126
Emergency Generator Set (1180 Kw X1800 Rpmx600V)
21
Deck Crane-Lattice Boom 25Tx42M
63
Deck Cranes-Knuckle Boom -25Tx45M + 1X85T X19M
42
Azimuth Thrusters(4500 Kwx4,50M Dia)
126
Anchoring & Moring Equipments(Electrichal Hyd. Driven)
21
Pumps (Centrifugal,Pneumatics,Positive Displac.)
2.037
Hvac System (Main Machines) (Un)
63
Hvac System (Self-Container) (Un)
630
Accomodation Module (Persons)
21
Piping ( Ton)
21.000
Fittings (Ton)
12.727
Cable (Electrical / Instrumentation / Telecom) (Km)
8.273
Valves (Ton)
16.800
Source: Petrobras; Sinaval
• 8 Hull Constructions (“Replicantes” )
Local Content: 70%
Rio Grande Shipyard (ERG 1) - RS
2
3
1
5
4
Aerial view Rio Grande shipyard ERG1 – RS (Sep/14).
(1) Portico with 600 tons capacity; (2) Portico with 2.000 tons capacity ; (3) Patio slabs of Ecovix;
(4) FPSO Replicante P-66 hull construction; (5) FPSO Replicante P-67 hull construction;
Rio Grande Shipyard (ERG 1) - RS
• 8 Hull Constructions (“Replicantes” )
Local Content: 70%
1
3
3
2
Rio Grande Shipyard ERG1 – RS (april/14)
(1) P-66 final hull construction activities at quay – the first hull for Pre-Salt fully built in Brazil – 70% Local content;
(2) P-67 hull construction on dry dock: integration of mega blocks built in China;
(3) P-67 and P-69 mega blocks built in Rio Grande Shipyard.
Rio Grande Shipyard (ERG 2) - RS
• 3 Drilling Vessels
Local Content: 55%, 60% and 60%
1
1
Works' Aerial View of Rio Grande 2 Shipyard (ERG2) – RS (Sep/14).
Construction work of the ERG 2 Shipyard where it will be built 3 DRILLSHIPS (NS Cassino, NS Curumim and NSSalinas).
(1) Workshops
• 4 Hull Conversions (P-74,P-75,
P-76,P-77) Local content: 70%
Inhaúma Shipyard - RJ
1
2
Overview of Inhaúma Shipyard, in Rio de Janeiro - RJ (05/07/13).
(1)
P-74: Conversion of the ship VLCC's hull (hull structural reinforcement, expansion, renovation and adaptation of accommodation, equipment installation and anchoring system's adjustment
and utilities), (2) Dry dock recovered by Petrobras.
•
Atlântico Sul Shipyard - PE
6 Drilling Vessels
Local Content (LC): 55% - 65%
•
7 Suezmax: 72% LC
•
5 Aframax: 68% LC
•
4 Suezmax DP: 73% LC
•
3 Aframax DP: 73% LC
4
2
3
1
Aerial View of Atântico Sul Shipyard, Ipojuca-PE (Sep/14):
(1) Henrique Dias 4th ship of suezmax type;
(2) 5th Ship of suezmax;
(3) Future area for construction of 6 Setebrasil's rigs ;
(4) Future area of Promar Shipyard , responsible for building the batch of 8 Promef Phase 2's gas tankers.
/ IHI
• 6 Drilling Vessels
Local content: 55% - 65%
Enseada do Paraguaçu Shipyard- BA
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3
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Overview of future Enseada do ​Paraguaçu Shipyard Area in Maragogipe - BA (april/2014).
The Enseada do Paraguaçu Shipyard has contract with Setebrasil to build the 6 DRILLSHIPS (Ondine, Pituba, Boipeba, Interlagos, Itapema, Comandatuba)
(1) Integration pier; (2) Cutting and sheet metal processing; (3) Drydock
BrasFels Shipyard - RJ
• 5 Building Modules and Integration
(Itaguaí, P-66, P-69 and
Caraguatatuba)
• 6 Drilling SS. Local content 55% 65%
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5
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3
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Overview of BrasFels Shipyard in Angra dos Reis - RJ (Sep/14).
(1)
Urca Drilling (CL:55%): Construction; (2)
Construction and assembly of blocks; (3) P-66 and P-69 modules building on dry dock;
(4)
Portico with 2.000 tons capacity; (5)
Portico with 600 tons capacity; (6)
SS-53 Drilling
BrasFels Shipyard - RJ
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4
5
6
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1
• 5 Building Modules and Integration (Itaguaí,
P-66, P-69 and Caraguatatuba)
• 6 Drilling Vessels. Local content 55% 65%
Overview of BrasFels Shipyard in Angra dos Reis - RJ (Sep/14).
(1)
Urca Drilling (CL:55%): Construction; (2)
Construction and assembly of blocks; (3) P-66 and P-69 modules building on dry dock;
(4)
Portico with 2.000 tons capacity; (5)
Portico with 600 tons capacity; (6)
SS-53 Drilling
Brasa Shipyard - RJ
• Brasa: 3 Building Modules, Topside and
Integration (Cidade de Ilha Bela, Cidade de
Maricá and Cidade de Saquarema
Overview of Brasa and Maua Shpyards in Rio de Janeiro - RJ (Sep/2014).
FPSO Cidade de Maricá modules construction activities;
Mauá Shipyard - RJ
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2
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• Mauá: 12 tanker vessels (4
Panamax and 8 Products)
Overview of Brasa and Maua Shpyards in Rio de Janeiro - RJ (Sep/2014).
(1) Anita Garibaldi ship of Panamax type. Construction activities;
(2) Irmã Dulce ship of Panamax type. Construction ctivities ;
(3) FPSO Cidade de Ilha Bela being integrated on Mauá Shipyard – 65% Local content
Agenda
Brazilian Local Content Regulation and Requirements for Libra
PETROBRAS’ Local Content Policy
Offshore and Maritime Equipment Demand
Conclusions
Conclusions
 Local Content Policy is a law requirement and is a consolidated practice for projects
in Exploration and Production;
 The challenges to put the Pre Salt fields into operation are known but the Maritime
Industry plays a key role considering the demands;
 The average Local Content today for E&P Projects range between 55% and 65%.
There are plenty of opportunities for foreign companies wishing to establish in
Brazil;
 The association between brazilian and foreign manufacturers is the best approach
as to provide the solutions for technology bottlenecks.

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