In November, Norwegian firm hopes to complete installation of its first operational facility in Brazil.
In November, the Norwegian firm, Tomax, is planning to complete the installation of its first operational facility in Brazil, in the Cabiúnas hub, in Macaé, in the state of Rio de Janeio. On investments of approximately US$ 10 million, the unit will offer maintenance services, equipment storage and operational support.
According to Tomax’s operations manager, André Gutgold, the company, which rents drilling tools, is investing in Brazil with an eye toward growing offshore demand, particularly in the pre-salt.
Tomax, which is negotiating to offer testing services for the Petrobras-operated Libra field, has already integrated service packages for other projects in Brazil, such as drilling in the Pão de Açúcar field for Repsol Sinopec.