Eni takes Vroon’s platform supplier for work offshore UK

Italian oil major Eni has awarded a contract to one of Vroon Offshore’s platform supply vessels (PSVs).

VOS Prelude; Image: Vroon

Vroon said on Monday that the charter was awarded to the VOS Prelude PSV by Eni’s subsidiary – Eni UK Limited.

Operating out of the port of Great Yarmouth, the vessel will support a “substantial” plug and abandonment/decommissioning campaign in the southern sector of the North Sea, Vroon added.

According to the company, the VOS Prelude is fixed for 31 months firm, with further options, if required.

Vroon added that the vessel recently completed a separate charter with Eni UK, supporting a drilling campaign in the fourth quarter of 2019.

As for the vessel, the VOS Prelude is a 2010-built UT-755 LN DP2 PSV, managed and operated by VOS Den Helder.


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