Ceona picks Nautronix for survey work

May 9, 2014

Through water technology and survey company Nautronix has been awarded a five-year frame contract - based on a non-exclusive agreement - by SURF and subsea contractor Ceona, with an initial one year call-off for the supply of survey services to support their new build DP3 subsea construction vessel, the Polar Onyx.

The contract includes the initial survey support and mobilisation of the vessel in Europe before the vessel starts a minimum of one year’s work in Brazil, as a PLSV for Petrobras.  

Nautronix will supply personnel and equipment to provide survey services on the vessel.

Sam Hanton, Director of Survey for Nautronix, says "Since our Survey division was launched in 2012, we’ve seen significant growth and gained an excellent track record in ROV construction survey support. The award of this contract by Ceona is a significant step in our development, and recognises our commitment and ability to provide a high quality survey service."

 


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