Dof Subsea Clinches African Contracts

Laxman Pai
Friday, October 25, 2019

Norwegian international subsea operating company DOF Subsea has won two contracts totaling more than 160 vessel days for its offshore vessels Skandi Seven and Skandi Skansen in Africa.

Skandi Seven has commenced operations for a repeat international energy company in Angola, delivering integrated FSV services, project management & engineering.

DOF Subsea will during this contract deliver onshore and offshore work scopes within deep-water field development and maintenance duties towards existing subsea infrastructure.  
 
Skandi Skansen shall shortly commence mobilization in the North Sea to deliver a mooring refurbishment and installation project for a key Client in Ghana. In water depths up to 1000 meters, Skandi Skansen shall execute a variety of mooring activities.  
 
The CEO, Mons Aase, said that he is very pleased with the contract awards, increasing the Company's footprint in strategical important areas in the winter season.  

Categories: Contracts Subsea Support Vessel Africa

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