DOF Scores Brazil Contracts

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The DOF Group announced on Wednesday it has been awarded several contracts for its fleet in Brazil commencing during the next months.

Norskan Offshore has been awarded a contract from Total in Brazil for the anchor handling tug supply vessel (AHTS) Skandi Rio. The vessel will perform anchor handling and supply activities supporting Totals growing operations in Brazil. The contract will commence shortly and has a maturity of 13-months firm plus two six-month option.

DOF Subsea Brasil has been awarded a contract from Sapura Energy do Brasil in Northeast of Brazil for final Client CELSE (Centrais Elétricas de Sergipe S.A.). Skandi Seven will be utilized for this project and will perform a Riser and Umbilical installation for a floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) for natural gas supply to Celse's power plant. The project is 20 days firm with four five-day options commencing during last week of May.

The pipelaying support vessel (PLSV) Skandi Niterói has been committed with TechnipFMC for the Peregrino Phase II subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) project of Equinor in Brazil. She will start operations in the next few months on this project announced by TechnipFMC on September 28, 2017. The Skandi Niterói, a Brazilian flagged flexible lay and construction vessel was built in Brazil and is owned by a joint-venture formed by DOF (50%) and TechnipFMC (50%).

Categories: Subsea Pipelines Industry News Activity Support Vessel Vessels South America Natural Gas Contracts Pipelay Vessel Construction Vessel

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