Statoil contracts new Mokul Nordic for North Sea charter

Statoil has contracted Nordic Maritime’s newest DP-2 vessel, Mokul Nordic, for a 30-day firm charter, plus a 15-day option, in the North Sea. 

Aug 26th, 2014
Statoil has contracted the new Mokul Nordic vessel for a North Sea charter.
Statoil has contracted the new Mokul Nordic vessel for a North Sea charter.

Offshore staff

SINGAPOREStatoil has contracted Nordic Maritime’s newest DP-2 vessel, Mokul Nordic, for a 30-day firm charter, plus a 15-day option, in the North Sea.

Mokul Nordic is a VS470 MKIII subsea service vessel capable of ROV/IMR operations. The vessel has just completed an inaugural charter with N-Sea Offshore in the North Sea.

Mokul Nordic is customized for IMR/ROV work. The vessel has a 100-metric-ton (110-ton) active heave compensated offshore knuckle-boom crane and built-in swell compensation systems per 2,000 m (6,562 ft) in depth.

Mokul Nordic’s sister vessel, Nordic Amprak, is currently under construction and scheduled for delivery in 2Q 2015.

08/26/2014

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