Apache extends deal for Esvagt standby vessel in UK
Apache North Sea has extended its contract for the Esvagt Observer, a standby vessel which has been servicing the Beryl field, 335 kilometers North East of Aberdeen, since 2004.
The contract extension is for four years, with additional extension options of up to four years, Esvagt, the vessel owner, said on Monday.
In 2004, the Esvagt Observer was the first Esvagt vessel to be assigned to a long-term contract in UK sector. Today, Esvagt operates 19 vessels in the UK market.
Jens Bagger, Head of Chartering at Esvagt, said: “In addition to providing standby cover for the Beryl field, the ‘Esvagt Observer’ performs tanker assist services and maintenance of the single point mooring equipment. We look forward to continuing our long-term relationship with Apache.”
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