Simon Møkster finds work for PSV trio with Repsol Sinopec


Norway’s Simon Møkster Shipping has been awarded two new contracts and a contract extension, which will see three of its platform supply vessels (PSVs) working for Repsol Sinopec Resources UK.

The Norwegian company said on Monday that the contracts in question were awarded for the services of the Brage Supplier, Brage Trader, and Strill Odin vessels.

Namely, Simon Møkster was awarded a contract extension for the Brage Supplier platform supply vessel from April 1. The new firm contract for the 2011-built 86-meter supply vessel is for four months firm.

Also, Repsol Sinopec chartered the five-year-old Brage Trader and the 2006-built Stril Odin PSVs to serve the semi-submersible drilling rig Stena Spey.

The contract entails support during drilling of one well in the North Sea, starting early April. According to Simon Møkster, the drilling of the well is expected to last for 90 days.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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