2H Offshore Marks 10th Anniversary in Brazil

2H Offshore, an Acteon company is celebrating its 10th year in Brazil this week. The 2H office was registered in Rio de Janeiro in April 2004 in order to meet the growing demands of the offshore industry in Brazil.

During 2H’s 10 years in Brazil, the office has been involved with a number of high profile contracts for the Brazilian market, such as the FEED contract for P-52 Free-standing riser, detailed FEED analysis for the P-55 SCRs, and detailed design of the unique BSR concept for the Guará and Lula fields. More recently the office has been involved with the riser design and field layout for OGX’s Tubarão Azul and Tubarão Martelo fields. 2H’s other key clients in Brazil include: GE, Odebrecht, Petrobras, Queiroz Galvão, Repsol, Saipem, Shell, Statoil and Subsea 7. Although located in Brazil, the office also conducts work for other South American countries such as Argentina and French Guiana.

General manager Pete Simpson said, “I am very pleased that 2H has reached this key milestone of serving the Brazilian oil industry for 10 years. The hard work and dedication of our staff and management team has allowed us to grow over the years and become the premier riser analysis firm in Brazil and we look forward to a bright future for the company.”

Press Release, April 04, 2014

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