PSW Group, a maintenance and service provider to the Norwegian subsea and drilling industry, has signed a deal with Songa Offshore.
The deal is reportedly for the maintenance of subsea and drilling equipment on the company’s offshore drilling rig fleet.
According to a report from Offshore.no, a Norwegian-language website, the contract is for three years with two one-year options.
The contract entails inspection, maintenance, and repair of marine risers and other related subsea equipment for all Songa Offshore drilling rigs. Work being done under the contract has already begun.
Most of the work will be done in PSW’s Subsea and Drilling workshop in Mongstad, suited for handling and maintenance of equipment for the oil and gas industry.
The company’s CEO Oddbjorn Haukøy has been quoted as saying that the Mongstad facility is close to Songa Offshore’s logistics base and that it will ensure easy interaction between the parties with a focus on security and timely deliveries. Apart from the work which will be done in Mongstad, PSW Group will also perform maintenance directly aboard Songa’s rigs.
Offshore Energy Today has reached out to representatives of PSW Group seeking confirmation and more info on the deal with Songa Offshore. We will update the article if and when we get a response.
Offshore Energy Today Staff