‘Normand Commander’ gets contract extension with Technip

Global Industries Offshore L.L.C, a company owned by Technip, has exercised their option to extend the contract for the construction vessel “Normand Commander” with one year from June 2014.

Technip has option to extend the contract with further 1 year option after expiry of the firm contract.

The vessel has a length of 302’ ft (92.9m), beam of 65’ ft (19.7m), 100T crane with accommodations for 72 people and Sikorsky S-92 class helideck.

The ship is equipped with a fully integrated diesel electric propulsion system and prepared for worldwide operation. The clear deck area of 840m2, has a 6m2 moonpool and is equipped with a DNV classed 1000 fsw Saturation System and ROV support. Below deck is arranged for a whole range of various liquid cargo categories.

February 24, 2014

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