Apache hires PSV trio from Deep Sea Supply

Offshore supply vessel operator Deep Sea Supply has been awarded a contract for one of its platform suppliers and two contract extensions, all in the North Sea. 

The company informed in an Oslo Stock Exchange filing on Thursday that the PSVs Sea Flyer and Sea Forth have been awarded contract extensions by Apache in the North Sea. The extensions are until January 1, 2020.

The vessels Sea Forth and Sea Flyer have been operating for the client since end 2013, and their current contracts were due to expire March 2018 and July 2018, respectively.

In addition, the PSV Sea Tantalus has been awarded a six-month contract, plus options, for operations in the UKCS for Apache North Sea. The six months contract for Sea Tantalus started on January 17, 2017.

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