Solstad PSV Duo Wins More Brazil Gig

Laxman Pai
Sunday, December 8, 2019

Norwegian offshore service and supply ship shipping company Solstad Offshore has signed contract extensions for two platform supply vessels (PSVs) with Equinor in Brazil.

The offshore vessel owner said in a press note that the contract extensions were awarded to the 2012-built Far Scotsman and Sea Brasil vessels.

The contract for Far Scotsman is extended by 2 years, while Sea Brasil is extended by 1 year. Both in direct continuation of present contracts.

The vessels will continue to support production activities at the Peregrino field in Campos Basin, offshore Brazil.

A couple of days ago, Solstad secured contract awards and extensions for four platform supply vessels (PSV) in the Middle East and Mediterranean regions, as well as an extension for a construction support vessel (CSV).

Categories: Offshore Energy Support Vessel Contract Supply Vessel

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