DOF Subsea Bags Trinidad, GOM Contracts

Laxman Pai
Sunday, November 10, 2019

Norwegean subsea operating company DOF Subsea announced that it has won multiple contracts for projects in Trinidad and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico (GOM).

The offshore services firm did not disclose the names of its clients.

Skandi Neptune has been awarded a 3-year frame agreement for IMR and light construction services with a major operator in Trinidad. She will commence operation in Trinidad late November for the 1st offshore inspection campaign.

The Group have also secured several shorter contracts in the GoM to support IMR, subsea installation and decommissioning operations, securing good utilization in the 4th quarter for Harvey Deep Sea.

Moreover, Geosea has been awarded a 21-day contract commencing in late November in the GoM.

Mons Aase, CEO DOF Subsea, said, “This is important awards for us, securing good utilization for our ships in the North America Region, in addition to creating a strong basis for future work in Trinidad and the GoM.”

With a multi-national workforce of about 3,500 personnel, DOF ASA is an international group of companies which owns and operates a fleet of modern offshore/subsea vessels, and engineering capacity to service both the offshore and subsea market.

Categories: Contracts Vessels Subsea Support Vessel Gulf of Mexico Construction Vessel

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