Ocean Installer wraps up Equatorial Guinea job

Norway’s subsea installation specialist Ocean Installer has completed a job in Equatorial Guinea under a master service agreement (MSA) with an undisclosed energy company.

Ocean Installer said on Monday that the project was awarded as the first call off under the newly signed MSA.

The work scope included the installation of subsea equipment and offshore operations during June 2017 using Forland’s multi-purpose offshore vessel Lewek Inspector. The project was managed from Ocean Installer’s Houston office.

Mike Newbury, president of Ocean Installer in the USA, said: “We are delighted with the completion of yet another successful job in West Africa. This entails a strengthening of our foothold in the region, where Ocean Installer has already completed projects in Nigeria and Congo.”

In related news, the company was last week awarded a SURF (subsea, umbilicals, risers, flowlines) project at the Al Jurf oil field in the Mediterranean.

Also, at the beginning of the year, Ocean Installer was awarded its maiden contract in Australia and completed installation work on Statoil’s Johan Sverdrup.

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