Ampelmann Inks Two Contracts in Asia Pacific

December 13, 2018

(Photo: Ampelmann)
(Photo: Ampelmann)

Offshore access services provider Ampelmann said it has secured two new contracts in the Asia Pacific region. Two A-type motion compensated gangway systems have made their way to India and Indonesia, respectively, and will enable both short- and long-term walk-to-work (W2W) operations.

Ampelmann has been contracted to supply an A-type W2W system on board the vessel NPP Nusantara, operating in Indonesia with PT Bintang Subsea Indonesia. The contract is for 30 days firm, with options to extend, for supporting personnel transfers between the vessel and a floating asset. The NPP Nusantara will be used as a floatel for this scope to accommodate the increased personnel needed at the location.

The contract for India is with vessel owner and operator MMA Offshore and will see the A-type installed on the MWV Falcon to enable topside maintenance work. The campaign will go on for 195 days, with the possibility to extend.

The contract marks Ampelmann's second campaign in India as well as its second contract with MMA Offshore. The first, secured earlier this year, enabled a similar work scope in Brunei.



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