Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshore clinches three long term charters with Petrobras

Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshore has secured long term work for three of its vessels with the Brazilian oil giant Petrobras.

The offshore shipping company is a joint venture (JV) between the Brazilian shipbuilding company, Wilson Sons and Chilean services provider Ultramar.

Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshor has been awarded a two-year firm contract for the PSV Gaivota, with client option to extend the contract for an equal period. The contract is a result of a tender conducted in May 2017, in which WSUT ranked as first place for Brazilian-flagged vessels. The vessel will provide platform support and oil spill recovery services starting in May 2018.

Also, WSUT has also been awarded two new three-year firm contracts for the PSVs Mandrião and Pardela. Petrobras has options to extend the contracts for further two years.

The contracts are a result of a Petrobras tender conducted in January 2017, in which WSUT ranked as first and second place for Brazilian-flagged vessels. The vessels will provide shallow water
diving support services starting in April 2018.

The commercial terms for all the contracts above are confidential between the parties.

 

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