Norwegian shipping company DOF has been awarded contracts and extensions for four of its vessels.
DOF said on Monday that it received new deals for the Skandi Olympia, Skandi Sotra, Skandi Gamma, and Skandi Foula vessels.
The DP2 construction support vessel (CSV) Skandi Olympia won an extension with Fugro in the North Sea until the end of September 2018. The most recent Fugro contract extension for the vessel was for six months which began in March. The Skandi Olympia has been on charter with Fugro Subsea Services since 2009.
The Skandi Sotra platform supply vessel (PSV) won a 75-day contract in Australia with Chevron. The contract also includes extension options and will start in the fourth quarter of 2017. According to the latest AIS data, the vessel is already located offshore Australia.
Before this deal, the vessel was, according to VesselsValue, hired for two spot contracts with Apache in June and July. The PSV was previously hired by Saipem in Egypt on a 75-day deal back in February.
The third deal was a three-month extension option from oil company Wintershall for the Skandi Gamma PSV. As a result, the contract is extended until mid-March 2018. According to info from VesselsValue, the PSV has been working with Wintershall since mid-March this year. The vessel is currently located offshore Norway.
DOF also said that the Skandi Foula PSV was awarded a contract for two months plus options in the Black Sea. The Skandi Foula is currently near Burgas, Bulgaria.
Offshore Energy Today Staff