Norway’s DOF ASA has secured two contract extensions; one for its vessels Skandi Caledonia and the other one is for Skandi Gamma.
The company secured 6 months extension with Maersk UK for the Skandi Caledonia. The contract extension is scheduled to start in October 2015.
Skandi Caledonia is a large Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) built in 2003 and it has worked for Maersk since delivery.
Furthermore, Statoil has exercised its first one year option for Skandi Gamma which is applicable from February 2015.
Skandi Gamma was delivered to DOF in 2011 and it has been on charter with Statoil since then.
Skandi Gamma is an LNG powered Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) with NMD Standby Notation & Oilrec/NOFO Capabilities. The vessel can accommodate up to 25 persons in 19 single and 3 double cabins.
Offshore Energy Today Staff