Subsea services provider Rever Offshore said it it has completed multiple projects within the North Sea in 2019, building upon existing frame agreements which has allowed clients quicker access to its fleet of specialized subsea support vessels and team.
The subsea contractor reported a number of project awards and completed campaigns with CNR International, Perenco and Spirit Energy, among other production and exploration companies.
Inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) work utilizing dive support vessel (DSV) Rever Sapphire was completed for a UK-based petroleum exploration and production company, and work was also carried out for Spirit Energy along with a 36-day remotely operated vehicle (ROV) support vessel (ROVSV) campaign in the east Irish Sea. A further 29 days was concluded on the NW Bell pipeline, comprising of saturation diving work with independent operator Perenco.
Rever said it is lined up for continued work on the UKCS during the second-half of 2019. The company will carry out plug and abandonment (P&A), IRM, decommissioning and installation work, with work scopes also secured for execution in 2020.
Barry Macleod, CEO of Rever Offshore, said, “I am delighted with the progress Rever has made over the last six months. Our teams have worked incredibly hard for our clients and the work produced has been of an impressive standard, which in turn leads to additional award wins. This positive end to the first-half of 2019 has paved the way for continued success later in the year and into 2020.”
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