Norwegian subsea services provider Reach Subsea has won new North Sea contracts for the Normand Reach and Edda Fonn vessels with different international clients.
Reach Subsea said on Thursday that the short/medium term contracts with undisclosed clients include construction, survey, and inspection.
The company also said that the awarded contracts will secure high utilization of equipment and personnel during the third quarter.
Jostein Alendal, CEO of Reach Subsea, said: “I am satisfied that our strong focus on operational performance and sales activities has been successful, improving our horizon in a demanding market situation.”
The Normand Reach is signed to Reach Subsea on a long-term charter from Solstad Offshore. The vessel was delivered in the second quarter of 2014. It has an overall length of 121 meters, 23 meters beam, 1300 sqm deck, 7,2×7,2m working moonpool and a 250 tonnes subsea construction crane.
The integrated ROV hangar features handling equipment for both over-side and moonpool launch for launch in high sea states. The vessel can accommodate 100 people and complies with DNV’s Clean Design notation.
The Edda Fonn vessel has been with Reach Subsea on a 3-year charter from Østensjø Rederi since December 2014. The vessel has an overall length of 84.7 meters, 18 meters abeam, 700 sqm aft deck and a 7.2×7.2m working moonpool. It is used for IMR, survey, and light construction services.
Offshore Energy Today Staff