DeepOcean in subsea inspection deal with Statoil
- Business & Finance
Offshore services provider DeepOcean has secured a contract with the Norwegian oil company Statoil for survey and light construction services in 2017.
Offshore work will be undertaken in 2017 with a vessel from DeepOcean’s in-house fleet.
DeepOcean’s Chief Commercial Officer, Ottar Mæland, said, “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Statoil. We have invested heavily in technology that supports the industries need for increased productivity, lowering the cost base.
“This award comes in the form of an extension of the work conducted for Statoil in 2016 were we proved significant cost savings for Statoil gaining several weeks of operational time.”
Deepocean will use its Superior ROV technology which, the company says, has been developed to increase productivity of mapping of seabed conditions and existing pipeline infrastructure through increased speed of the ROV and at the same time improve the quality of the data collected.