Ross Offshore, Lundin, Det norske in offshore flights deal

Norway’s Ross Offshore has secured a long term contract with oil companies Lundin Petroleum and Det norske oljeselskap.

Ross Offshore said that the contract is „for booking of personnel for offshore flights in a collaborative project between Lundin and Det norske, without further elaboration.

The contract has a duration of 3 years, with 3×2-years options, with immediate startup.

Ross Marine & Logistics will support Det norske and Lundin from the Ross office in Bergen.

“We are pleased to announce this contract with two major contributors on the Norwegian continental shelf. This is in line with our strategy to create a logistics center for providing concepts within the marine and logistics services for operators on the Norwegian continental shelf. We look forward to contributing and look forward to our future cooperation ” says Jarle Magne Vespestad, VP Ross Marine & Logistics.

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