FPSO Anita Garibaldi in Service off Brazil
The Anita Garibaldi was built by MODEC and will produce Marlim and Voador together with FPSO Anna Nery, already in operation.
Petrobras has brought its FPSO Anita Garibaldi online in the Campos Basin offshore Brazil. The unit will operate simultaneously in the post-salt and pre-salt of the Marlim and Voador fields. With a capacity to produce up to 80,000 B/D of oil and process up to 7.0 million m3/d of natural gas, the new FPSO is part of the Campos Basin Renewal Plan—the largest mature asset recovery program in the industry.
The Anita Garibaldi was built by MODEC and will produce Marlim and Voador together with FPSO Anna Nery, already in operation. The joint production capacity of the two platforms is up to 150,000 B/D of oil and processing capacity of up to 11 million m3 of gas. Both will replace nine platforms that operated in the Campos Basin that will be decommissioned. By reducing the number of platforms in operation in the two fields, greenhouse gas emissions will be reduced by more than 50%.
The Marlim and Voador revitalization project, together with complementary development projects and revitalization projects of other fields, will contribute to increasing production in the Campos Basin from the current 565,000 to 920,000 BOED in 2027.