DOF secures multiple assignments for subsea vessel fleet

DOF Subsea has secured various inspection, maintenance and repair and subsea installation contracts worth more than NOK 500 million ($61.5 million).

Offshore staff

BERGEN, NorwayDOF Subsea has secured various inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) and subsea installation contracts worth more than NOK 500 million ($61.5 million).

These should guarantee full use of the company’s subsea vessel fleet in the surrounding regions.
In the Asia/Pacific area, the contractor has a letter of intent for an EPCI project with the offshore phase to be conducted during the first half of 2017.

This includes supply chain management services for the fabrication and supply of mooring chains and replacement of eight mooring legs.

Offshore Ghana, DOF Subsea will install and perform hookup of FPSO moorings for Yinson Production for the Eni-operated OCTP field FPSO. Work is due to be performed during 4Q 2016 and 1Q 2017.

Off northwest Europe, the contractor has won repeat subsea work from Statoil, Maersk and other clients, and it has picked up various other contracts in theGulf of Mexico and offshore eastern Canada for IMR and light construction.

In the latter case, DOF Subsea will charter theSkandi Chieftain for a 100-day job, in addition to increasing the number of ROV systems it deploys in the region.

04/21/2016

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