MMT scoops ten new contracts in two months

MMT's Surveyor Interceptor ROV; Source: MMT

Sweden-based marine surveys specialist MMT has received ten new subsea survey and inspection projects within the offshore wind, renewable energy, and oil and gas industry.

MMT said on Wednesday that the contracts were won in the past two months.

Namely, MMT won deals from old and new clients such as Siccar Point Energy, Equinor, Perenco, SSE, Örsted, Vattenfall, GreenLink Interconnector, National Grid, Wintershall, and BP Trinidad.

The scope of work for these companies includes services ranging from traditional geophysical surveys to UXO inspection and excavation, 2D seismic, and ROV inspections.

According to the company, some of the contracts are in collaboration with MMT’s Norwegian partner Reach Subsea.

“MMT is particularly pleased to deliver our cost-effective survey solution Surveyor Interceptor ROV in several projects this summer and autumn,” the company added.

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