DOF units score Brazilian gig

Two DOF ASA subsidiaries have been awarded contracts for the Skandi Commander vessel and one ROV.

DOF said on Friday that the deal for the Skandi Commander, awarded to DOF Subsea Brazil and Norskan Offshore, had a duration of 150 days.

According to the company, the work under the contract will start in April 2018.

The Skandi Commander is an MT 6009 Design RSV vessel built in 2007, reflagged to a Brazilian flag in 2017. The vessel joined the DOF fleet as a platform supply vessel but has since been refitted to feature construction support capabilities and is now in Brazilian waters.

It is worth mentioning that DOF ASA and DOF Subsea have already won two separate sets of deals this week.

DOF announced on Thursday that it had won deals for the Skandi Foula, Skandi Rona, Skandi Feistein, and Skandi Saigon vessels as well as a deal with Nexen for the support of the COSLPioneer rig hook-up operations.

Furthermore, DOF Subsea won contracts in the Atlantic region for the Skandi Neptune, Geosund, and Skandi Constructor vessels as well as a four-year global frame agreement for the provision of survey and positioning services on third-party vessels.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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