DOF supports Eni's OCTP project

OE Staff
Wednesday, April 20, 2016

DOF Subsea has been awarded more than US$61.6 million (NOK 500 million) in IMR and subsea installation contracts in several regions, including key work on Eni's OCTP project offshore Ghana.

DOF was awarded an FPSO mooring installation and hook-up contract by Yinson Production for the OCTP field. The contract will secure utilization of the Atlantic organization and regional subsea vessels in Q4 2016 and Q1 2017, and the project will increase DOF Subsea's presence in West Africa.

In the Asia Pacific region DOF Subsea was awarded a letter of intent from a key client for an EPCI project with the offshore phase during 1H 2017. The work scope includes supply chain management services or the fabrication and supply of mooring chains, replacement of eight mooring legs and production machinery and equipment.  

Other highlights were the award of a five-year pipeline inspection frame agreement for Maersk. DOF Subsea also won repeat subsea work for Statoil, Maersk, and other clients in the region.  

In North America, DOF Subsea has been awarded survey, IMR, and light construction contracts with key clients in the Gulf of Mexico and offshore Canada. To service the contracts offshore Canada, DOF Subsea will charter the DOF-vessel Skandi Chieftain for a 100-day job, in addition to increasing the number of ROV systems deployed in the region.

Categories: Subsea Equipment Activity Support Vessel Vessels Europe Asia North America ROV & Dive Support Construction Installation Africa Technology Engineering Construction Vessel Maersk Pipelines Hardware

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