DOF Subsea lands two-month contract in Africa

Norway’s DOF Subsea has entered into a two-month long contract with an unnamed, international energy client in Africa. 

For illustration: Skandi Skansen; Image by Alan Jamieson

DOF Subsea said on Tuesday that the project would utilize Skandi Seven vessel and start operations in direct continuation with the ongoing commitment for the vessel.

The company will during this project deliver integrated FSV services, project management, and engineering on multiple project packages, mainly within deepwater construction and maintenance activities.

Back in October 2019, DOF Subsea won contracts for two of its offshore vessels, the Skandi Seven and the Skandi Skansen, in Africa. The Skandi Seven then started operations for the international energy company in Angola, delivering integrated FSV services, project management & engineering.

The Skandi Seven is an AKER OSCV 03 design offshore construction support vessel built in 2008.


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