Aker BP chooses IKM Subsea for IMR work off Norway
- Business & Finance
Oil company Aker BP has awarded a subsea inspection and light intervention contract to independent ROV operator IKM Subsea.
IKM said on Monday that Aker BP awarded the company an ad-hoc call of agreement for light IMR services on the Norwegian continental shelf.
The ROV operator added that the duration of the contract was three years with an additional six years of options.
IKM Subsea will provide onshore project management, engineering, tooling preparation and offshore ops utilizing its Merlin ROV fleet.
Hans Fjellanger, business development director at IKM Subsea, said: “We are humble and proud to the fact that yet another oil and gas major company in the North Sea recognizes the growth and development IKM Subsea have had over the last years. IKM are happy to continue the strong relationship with Aker BP by adding yet another service line to the relationship.”
To remind, the last time Offshore Energy Today reported on IKM Subsea was for a services contract awarded by Equinor for work on the Johan Sverdrup development off Norway in May.
It was then said that the contract with Equinor on the Johan Sverdrup drilling platform in the North Sea would begin in the third quarter of 2018.
Offshore Energy Today Staff