Chevron awards extension to DOF Subsea in Australia

One of DOF's vessels
One of DOF’s vessels. Source: Flickr; Author: SP Mac

DOF Subsea has been awarded an extension of its existing subsea inspection, maintenance, and repair contract with Chevron in Australia. 

DOF Subsea, a subsidiary of DOF, has provided IMR vessel, ROV, AUV, project management, engineering services including on and offshore professional personnel to execute various work scopes supporting construction and IMR activities on the Chevron-operated Gorgon and Wheatstone projects and other assets since February 2015, when Chevron awarded it a three-year master services agreement.

Announcing the contract extension on Thursday, DOF said that this long-term contract has created training, employment and supply chain opportunities in regional communities and businesses. The contract extension will allow DOF Subsea to continue to offer opportunities in the future.

DOF has not revealed the name of the vessel which will be used for this contract.

CEO DOF Subsea, Mons Aase, said, “This is an extremely exciting award, reinforcing DOF Subsea’s position in the global subsea IMR market. We look forward to continuing to support some of the largest offshore projects in Australia and indeed the world.”

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