Chevron awards IMR contract to DOF Subsea (Australia)

Chevron Australia Pty Ltd has awarded DOF Subsea Asia Pacific a three years Master Services Agreement, IMR contract to work on projects on the Australian North West Shelf.

DOF Subsea will deploy the DP Vessel the Skandi Protector to undertake this work supported by an extensive management, engineering and logistics team based in Perth, the company said in the press release.

According to DOF, the Skandi Protector is no stranger to Australia having been there for the past four years on charter to the Australian Government. Following the completion of the charter DOF Subsea have refurbished the vessel and installed two new ROV systems.

“This is an extremely important contract for DOF Subsea and will support our continued investment in Australia. The contract together with the seven plus three year IMR contract won earlier this year will strengthened our market position, engineering and supply chain capabilities in the APAC region and support further growth in the region,” said Mons Aase, CEO DOF Subsea.

 

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