Seacroft Marine bags TAQA job

Jennifer Fraser, director of Seacroft Marine

Aberdeen-based Seacroft Marine Consultants Limited has been awarded a marine consultancy contract in the UKCS by energy company TAQA.

Seacroft said on Wednesday that, under the contract, it will provide marine assurance services over supply vessels (PSVs), emergency response & rescue vessels (ERRVs) and anchor handling tugs (AHTs) supporting TAQA’s five installations and mobile drilling operations in the northern and central North Sea.

The company also said that the the contract will run for an initial period of three years and the scope provides for Seacroft to provide other marine consultancy services where required by TAQA.

Seacroft Marine director, Jennifer Fraser, commented: “This award comes at a time of increasing activity in Aberdeen’s marine sector and gives us confidence to continue to pursue Seacroft’s growth plans in the city.”

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