Delta SubSea, Boskalis enter GoM MoU

June 22, 2016

Delta SubSea and Boskalis Subsea Services have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to provide integrated diving and ROV solutions in the Gulf of Mexico.

Image from Boskalis.

The cooperation agreement reflects both companies’ strategic decision to increase their overall service offerings across the Gulf of Mexico, providing a one-stop solutions provider for a broad range of underwater support services from the shelf to deepwater.

The principles of the agreement are set out with Delta SubSea providing specialist ROV interventions, engineering and tooling solutions and support vessels, while Boskalis will provide air and saturation diving equipment, services, associated project management and engineering. Boskalis operates the DP2 DSV Constructor with built-in 12 men SAT system with moonpool launched 3 men bell and integrated SPHL.

Boskalis and Delta have worked together over the past six years on a variety of projects from ROV support in Europe on UXO projects to diving support projects in Argentina.

“This is just another step in our companies’ efforts to become a single source, best in class provider of all underwater services to our client base. I am very excited about the opportunities that are ahead of us while working hand in hand with a world class company such as Boskalis,” Scott Dingman, Delta SubSea president and CEO said. 

“Delta SubSea and Boskalis have combined their individual IRM specialism into an integrated - and highly efficient – subsea service package to our clients; something we consider as particularly cost effective in the current market conditions. We look forward to service our clients with one-stop solutions,” Sander Korte, Boskalis Subsea Services director said.



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