Sea Trucks nets Tullow work off Ghana
- Business & Finance
Sea Trucks Group has been awarded a contract from Tullow for the provision of a Construction Support Vessel (CSV) providing accommodation and heavy lift services to the turret moored FPSO Kwame Nkrumah.
The FPSO is located in the Jubilee Unit Area, 60 kilometers offshore Ghana.
According to the company, the scope of work covers accommodation for up to 120 company pax. The scope also includes the heavy lift of two 50 Ton fairlead chain stopper foundation block structures, a 34-ton mooring pull-in winch and other smaller lifts.
Jascon 28, one of the group’s DP3 accommodation hook-up vessels, has been nominated for both scopes. Offshore activities are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2016 for a duration of 2 months firm, with options to extend the contract up to 30 days.
Graeme Pennycook, Sea Trucks Group’s Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted that, in the present difficult market, Sea Trucks has been awarded this significant contract.”
Pennycook added: “This is our first contract award from Tullow; we look forward to demonstrating our strong project management and operational capabilities with them in what we hope will be the start of a long working relationship between the two companies.”