• From drawing board to fabrication yard

    Aibel undertakes quality work at its own facilities


Aibel has delivered five modules to the FPSO P-74. The ship will operate in Brazilian waters.

Petrobas FPSO P-74

The agreement with Estaleiros do Brasil (EBR) was signed in the summer of 2013. It represented approximately 4 million hours of work for Aibel and subcontractors.

The contract was for the procurement and fabrication of five modules for P-74. The modules had a total weight of approx. 7,000 tonnes. 

The first steel in the project was cut in October 2013. A few months later the fabrication started at the Aibel yard in Laem Chabang.

At its peak, almost 700 employees worked on the project. The final two modules were delivered in November 2015. 

First cut P-74
The first cut of steel in the P-74 project.

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Estaleiros do Brasil (EBR) is a joint venture between Toyo Engineering and SoG – Oleo e Gas.

Aibel is delivering five modules to EBR and the FPSO P-74.

P-74 will operate in Brazilian waters. The end client is Petrobras.

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