Chevron hires two anchor handlers in Brazil

Oil company Chevron has hired two offshore support vessels from Brazil’s Bram Offshore.

The two vessels, the Campos Contender and Elizabeth C, are both large 11.040 BHP anchor handling tug supply units.

The vessel owner is a Brazilian subsidiary of Edison Chouest, a U.S. based offshore vessel provider.

According to VesselsValue, the deals were fixed on Monday, January 9.

While the vessels might be similar, the contracts are different. Namely, the Campos Conteder will stay with Chevron for one year, while Elizabeth C has won a shorter, 8-month, term.

No details on the dayrates have been provided.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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