Dutch offshore services provider DeepOcean has secured work for the Rem Forza subsea construction vessel in Ghana.
The vessel, owned by Maersk Supply Service, but for years working for DeepOcean, will keep working for Tullow, this time at the company’s TEN development, offshore Ghana, where Rem Forza will provide accommodation support, commissioning support, and construction / survey support. These activities will start end of February, and subject to the exercising of options, could continue until September this year.
To remind, Rem Forza had previously worked on Tullow’s Ghana assets, providing inspection, survey and subsea construction services on the deepwater Jubilee and TEN Fields offshore Ghana.
The oil and gas company Tullow is developing Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme (TEN) discoveries using an FPSO. The FPSO, being built in Singapore is set to leave for Ghana this month. First oil from the TEN project is is expected between July and August 2016.
The Plan of Development, to initially develop gross reserves of 300 million barrels of oil equivalent using an FPSO, and produce up to 80,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day was approved by the Ghanaian government in 2013. The total estimated gross cost of the project is $4.9 billion.
Offshore Energy Today Staff