DeepOcean Wins Vigdis Work

Friday, July 5, 2019

Subsea services firm DeepOcean said it has been awarded a contract from Norwegian energy company Equinor for marine operations for the installation of the Vigdis boosting station.

The award to covers project management, engineering and offshore installation activities, DeepOcean said. The offshore work includes marine operations for rock removal, installation and tie-in of subsea lines and installation of subsea structures at the Vigdis and Snorre offshore fields. Various options for the Vigdis campaigns are also included.

 DeepOcean said its onshore project team will work out of its offices in Haugesund, with offshore execution scheduled for 2020.

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