Chevron contracts DOF vessels for Australia, Brazil IMR campaigns

DOF Subsea has won a series of contracts offshore Australia, Brazil, and northwest Europe.

Mar 19th, 2015

Offshore staff

BERGEN, NorwayDOF Subsea has won a series of contracts offshore Australia, Brazil, and northwest Europe.

Chevron Australia has awarded DOF Subsea Asia Pacific a three-year master services agreement, inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) contract related to projects on Australia’s North West Shelf.

The contractor will deploy the DP vessel Skandi Protector for this campaign, supported by a management, engineering, and logistics team based in Perth.

Over the past four years the vessel has been on charter to the Australian government. It has since been refurbished and is now incorporated with two new ROV systems.

Chevron Brasil has extended the contract forSkandi Salvador and IMR services for the remainder of this year. The vessel has been operating on the Frade oil field in the Campos basin since 2009.

In the North Atlantic region the company has secured several contracts for work in the Norwegian and UK sectors, and for installation of flexible flowlines and umbilicals on the Shell-operated Corrib gas field offshore western Ireland.

03/19/2015

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