Sea Trucks’ vessels return to Angola

Two accommodation construction vessels owned by Sea Trucks Group have returned in Angolan waters.

Following a recent contract award from Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, a leading global offshore services company, the group’s accommodation vessel Jascon 28 will provide accommodation services in the CLOV Deep Offshore Development operated by Total.

Also, Jascon 30 has returned to Angola for an accommodation contract for one of the major oil companies. The two vessels have been mobilized into the country early February 2014.

 

 February 12, 2014

 

 

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