Edison Chouest inks Shell Brazil contract

OE Staff
Monday, May 8, 2017

Two affiliates of Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) have signed a five-year contract with Shell Brazil for light subsea construction and inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) services from the Island Enforcer, a 402ft subsea installation and construction vessel.

According to ECO, the agreement includes a varied list of projects featuring vessel services from ECO affiliate Bram Offshore, and ROV and survey services from C-Innovation.

The contract also includes installation, commissioning, inspection, subsea intervention, surveys, testing, bunkering support and material transport.

ECO has been active in Shell Brazil exploration campaigns since 2012. “We’re offering a fully integrated solution,” said ECO Brazil Director Ricardo Chagas. “It’s unparalleled proof of versatility in the subsea market, which translates into cost benefits for our customers, especially valuable in times such as those we now face.”

Categories: Subsea Equipment Construction Vessel

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