Norway: DOF Subsea to Provide Offshore Survey & Construction Services to Statoil
DOF Subsea Norway AS has been awarded a Frame Agreement for Offshore Survey Services by Statoil.
The 4-year frame agreement with 2 x 1 year options includes services for light construction, ROV survey with MultiBeam Echosounder (MBE), ROV survey w/o MBE, acoustic survey, acoustic survey with ROTV, acoustic survey with AUV and acoustic survey with TowFish.
Statoil has also awarded DOF Subsea Norway the first Call-Off for light construction work on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. The minimum 6 month + 6 x 1 month option project will commence 1st March 2012 and will be executed from the survey/IMR vessel Geosund with onshore project support from our office in Bergen.
The Geosund is a modern high specification, multipurpose support vessel, capable of undertaking operations worldwide. Ideally suited to deepwater ROV, construction support, IRM and survey operations, the vessel has 720 m² of free deck and a large 7.1 m x 6 m moonpool. Operating capabilities include a 90 t AHC offshore crane and two in built 4,000 msw depth rated Schilling UHD work class ROVs. Optional equipment includes air and saturation diving systems, as well as additional ROVs, AUV and remote system tooling.
Offshore Energy Today Staff , December 12, 2011; Image: DOF Subsea