Shell Perdido: The first full field subsea separation and pumping system in the Gulf of Mexico. (video)
This is FMC Technologies‘ second full field development with Shell utilizing subsea oil and gas separation and boosting, following the award of the Shell BC-10 project in offshore Brazil. The Perdido project will have a SPAR-based processing hub moored in an estimated 7,874 ft (2,400 m) of water, making it the deepest production SPAR in the world. The Perdido project will utilize FMC’s globally managed product standards, supporting manufacturing and supply networks and project management processes.
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Posted on September 25, 2011, in Gulf of Mexico, Oil & Gas - offshore, Subsea, Video's and tagged energy, FMC Technologies, gulf of mexico, Oil & Gas - offshore, Oil and Gas, Perdido, Shell, Spar, SubSea, Technology, The Perdido project. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.