Skandi Olinda starts operations offshore Brazil

The Skandi Olinda, a Brazilian-flagged flexible lay and construction vessel owned by TechnipFMC and DOF under a 50-50 joint venture, has started an eight-year charter contract with Petrobras offshore Brazil.

Skandi Olinda
Skandi Olinda

Offshore staff

PARIS – The Skandi Olinda, a Brazilian-flagged flexible lay and construction vessel owned by TechnipFMC and DOF under a 50-50 joint venture, has started an eight-year charter contract with Petrobras offshore Brazil.

The vessel has a 340-ton capacity vertical lay system, a 2,500-ton under-deck carousel, and two work-class ROVs, allowing it to lay flexible pipes in water depths of up to 2,500 m (8,202 ft).

Vard Promar in Brazil constructed the vessel and its sister ship,Skandi Recife.

02/19/2019

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