MPL orders four ROVs from Forum

Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. has received an order from Marine Platforms Limited (MPL) to supply four work-class remotely operated vehicle (ROV) systems each complete with a Dynacon Launch and Recovery Systems (LARS).

The order includes three Perry™ heavy work class XLX Evo 200HP ROVs, the latest generation of the Perry XLX series. Two of the systems will be mobilised aboard MPL’s new “African Inspiration” multi-purpose service vessel for service offshore West Africa and the other two will be added to their global fleet.

“Forum is very pleased with its continued association with Marine Platforms Limited,” said Bill Boyle, Forum Subsea Technologies’ Senior Vice President. “The choice of Perry vehicles for their new vessel and for use in such an operationally demanding market represents a vote of confidence in the reliability of the XLX series and reflects Forum’s strategy of providing first class engineering and after-market service to our clients.”

 

Press Release, July 08, 2014

 

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