DOF finds work for its vessels
Norway’s DOF and DOF Subsea have been awarded several IMR and subsea installation contracts in the Asia Pacific and Atlantic regions, with a total contract value of around NOK 270 million ($30.8 million).
In Asia Pacific, OMV New Zealand has awarded DOF Subsea an IMR contract, where the scope of work includes inspection and work on 8 mooring lines on the Maari field’s FPSO, Raroa, offshore New Zealand. The offshore phase of the project will be carried out during the first half 2016, and the vessel Skandi Hercules will be utilized under the contract.
With this award, the Skandi Hercules vessel is firm with IMR work up until the end of the third quarter 2016.
In the Atlantic region, DOF Subsea has been awarded commissioning support work for ENI at the Goliat field, in the Barents Sea, offshore Norway. Also, the company has secured a contract for the installation of mooring systems for BW Offshore in UK sector of the North Sea.
Furthermore, in Argentina, DOF has won a 75 days contract + options. The contract will start in December and include one vessel and ROV services. Skandi Chieftain is utilized on this contract.
Mons S. Aase, CEO, stated: “I am pleased with the contract awards, securing utilization of people and assets in 2016. DOF Subsea has provided IMR services on the FPSO Raroa in 2013, and I am pleased that OMV again has chosen our competent team in APAC to support them.”