Icon Offshore supports ExxonMobil’s ops in Malaysia

Illustration. Image source: Icon Offshore
Illustration. Image source: Icon Offshore

Malaysia’s Icon Offshore has won a deal to provide two offshore vessels in support of ExxonMobil’s operations in Malaysia.

According to a Bursa Malaysia filing on Friday, Icon will supply two straight supply vessels for offshore production platforms “and other requirements,” to ExxonMobil Exploration And Production Malaysia Inc, a Malaysian subsidiary of the U.S. oil giant.

The shipowner said the contracts were for a period of two years with ExxonMobil having an option to extend for one more year.

Furthermore, Icon Offshore revealed the value of the contract, including options, was around 42 million Malaysian ringgits, or 10.4 million U.S. dollars.

Icon Offshore’s SSVs primarily operate in shallow water, and are used for the transportation of equipment, cargo pipe, drilling fluids, cement, fuel and fresh water from supply bases to offshore platforms and facilities.  According to the latest annual report by Icon Offshore, the company had four SSV vessels in its fleet.

Offshore Energy Tdoay Staff


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