Norwegian vessel provider DOF Subsea has been awarded multiple contracts from undisclosed clients across the North America region.
The company said on Wednesday it had secured contracts for pre-lay and LBL array installation activities in Guyana, subsea installation work in Trinidad, and wellhead removal work in Canada.
All three contract awards will use the Skandi Neptune vessel, built in 2001 and converted in 2005.
Furthermore, the 2013-built Harvey Deep Sea vessel has received an award for a large ocean bottom node survey in the Gulf of Mexico, in addition to other shorter IMR and light construction projects.
The awards will ensure good utilization across the first half of the year for the vessel, the company concluded.
In November last year, DOF also said it had won multiple contract awards from undisclosed clients in Trinidad and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
The Skandi Neptune was awarded a three-year frame agreement for inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) and light construction services with a ‘major operator’ in Trinidad and the Harvey Deep Sea was awarded several shorter contracts in the Gulf of Mexico to support IMR, subsea installation, and decommissioning operations.
Offshore Energy Today Staff
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