DOF secures 5-year deal for PSV in Australia

Skandi Feistein; Source: DOF

DOF Rederi, a wholly owned subsidiary of DOF, has signed a five-year contract for the platform supply vessel Skandi Feistein with Esso Australia, an Australian affiliate of ExxonMobil. 

The contract will start in the second half 2019, the vessel owner said on Tuesday.

Skandi Feistein is a large PSV built in Norway in 2011 and it features the STX bow.

Mons S. Aase, CEO DOF ASA commented: “This is a very important win for us. It is our first long term contract with Esso in Australia and an important step in our strategy of growing our fleet in the APAC region. I think this award is further proof of our ability to deliver world class services on a global basis.”


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