DOF Subsea awarded new contracts in Atlantic region

DOF Subsea has been awarded multiple new contracts for execution in the North Sea, Mediterranean, and Africa. The contracted work includes several turnkey subsea projects within the core service lines Survey, Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (IMR), and Construction. 
The vessels Skandi Acergy, Skandi Skansen, Skandi Neptune, and Skandi Seven shall be utilized to deliver work totalling more than 180 vessel days excluding any options. All works shall be carried out between the 4th quarter 2020 to 2nd quarter of 2021.
All awards include Project Management, engineering, procurement, and logistics which shall be delivered by the integrated subsea team across Bergen, Aberdeen, and Luanda.
In the North Sea, DOF Subsea shall assist a key client with a winter subsea inspection programme at the UK continental shelf, whilst supporting a leading operator with start-up and commissioning activities for a subsea satellite development in Norway.
In Angola, DOF Subsea shall carry out a greenfield AUV and ROV seabed mapping campaign for an international client, before commencing a previously announced contract.
DOF Subsea has mobilized Skandi Neptune from the North Sea for an undisclosed international client in Africa, conducting FPSO class and field inspections programme.
Mons S. Aase, CEO, DOF Subsea said “DOF Subsea continues to secure projects with key oil & gas operators across the North Sea, Mediterranean, and Africa. These awards secure continuous utilization of our regional pool of specialised subsea vessels and integrated project teams.”;
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