Telford finds work for offshore construction vessel off Indonesia

Offshore services provider Telford Offshore has been awarded a charter deal from Indonesian contractor Timas Suplindo for one of the company’s offshore construction vessels.

Telford 25 under its previous name – Jascon 25; Image by: U.S. Navy; Source: Wikimedia – public domain

Telford said on Monday that the contract was awarded to the DP3 multi-purpose vessel Telford 25.

The three-month contract, with options to extend, will see Telford 25 support a wide range of services from installation of subsea structures and piles, flexible pipelay, and saturation diving for the TSB Phase 2 Development offshore Indonesia.

The vessel, which is under planned dry-dock in Indonesia, will perform its first contract in new colors.

The company added that the mobilization in Batam, Indonesia, was scheduled for late November in preparation for the offshore installation of subsea structures, flexible pipes, umbilicals, and spool pieces.

The vessel will also be fit-out with saturation dive spread for subsea installation and tie-in work.

Telford 25 is one of the Telford Offshore’s DP3 fleet of accommodation and construction vessels. It is equipped with an 800-tonne heave compensated main crane, and 1,500m2 of unobstructed deck space. The vessel can accommodate 355 people.

Telford Offshore is a new name in the global oil and gas industry launched earlier this year after acquiring Jascon 25, Jascon 28, Jascon 31, and Jascon 34 offshore construction vessels from Sea Trucks Group following the company’s liquidation.

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