Brazil’s OSX group has announced that the FPSO OSX-3 has entered Brazilian waters. The unit started its voyage on July 15 in Singapore, and completed its journey before the planned schedule.
FPSO OSX-3 is the second unit of oil production to compose OSX fleet to operate in Brazil and its arrival represents another important achievement for the Company.
The FPSO will be used by Eike Batista’s OGX for the development of the Tubarão Martelo Field. Oil production start-up is estimated for the end of the year.
With 370 meters length, 57 meters breadth and 31 meters depth, the FPSO OSX-3 is composed of 16 modules and has production capacity of up to 100,000 barrels of oil per day and storage capacity of up to 1,300,000 barrels.
Offshore Energy Today Staff , August 26, 2013