Roncador, Petrobras, - In March 2001, the P-36, which was stationed over the Roncador field, sank after three explosions left 11 workers dead. At the time, the world's biggest semisubmersible had been producing 84,000b/d and 1.3 million m³/d of gas.
The Roncador field development by operator Petrobras is located P-36 in Campos Basin offshore Brazil
in water depths of .
Petrobras with its partners started development of the Roncador field in 1996.
The recoverable reserves are estimated to . Number of subsea wells are 26. The production year is
with a daily production estimate of 84,000b/d. The Roncador project is based on a
subsea solution with Roncador FPSO topside solution. The development cost is in the order of with an estimated field life of years.
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