Norway’s DOF Subsea has won contracts for two of its offshore vessels, the Skandi Seven and the Skandi Skansen, in Africa.
The company on Thursday said the contracts – in Africa – totaled more than 160 vessel days for the two vessels.
The Skandi Seven already started operations for a repeat international energy company in Angola, delivering integrated FSV services, project management & engineering.
DOF Subsea will during this contract deliver onshore and offshore work scopes within deep-water field development and maintenance duties towards existing subsea infrastructure, the company said.
As for the Skandi Skansen, the vessel will soon begin mobilization in the North Sea to deliver a mooring refurbishment and installation project for an unnamed “key client in Ghana.”
“In water depths up to 1000 meters, Skandi Skansen shall execute a variety of mooring activities,” DOF Subsea said. The company did not provide any financial details for the contracts.
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