DOF Subsea inks LOA for ‘Skandi Hawk’

DOF ASA’s subsidiary, DOF Subsea, has been awarded a Letter of Award (LOA) with a “major international oil company” in the Asia Pacific region.

The LOA is for a 7 + 3 year IRM contract and DOF Subsea says that the vessel Skandi Hawk is planned to be utilized under the contract.

According to the company, the work scope includes project management and engineering, ROV and diving services.

As part of a contract award, the vessel Skandi Hawk is planned to be sold from DOF Rederi AS to DOF Subsea Rederi AS.

Skandi Hawk is of STX PSV 09 design, modified to be a ROV/Construction Support Vessel. Designed to support the development phase of an oil field, the Skandi Hawk can work as a CSV for construction, inspection and subsea survey. The company says that the vessel is also equipped to operate as a PSV with good deck & under deck capacities available.

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