DOF Subsea Bags New FSV Contract in Africa

December 10, 2019

Image: DOF Subsea
Image: DOF Subsea

DOF Subsea, an international subsea operating company, has entered into a two-month long contract with an unnamed, international energy client in Africa.

The Norway-based provider integrated project managed and engineered subsea solutions to the global offshore oil and gas industry said that the project would utilize Skandi Seven vessel and start operations in direct continuation with the ongoing commitment for the vessel.

DOF Subsea will during this project deliver integrated Fast Supply Vessels (FSV) services, project management and engineering on multiple project packages, mainly within deep-water construction and maintenance activities.

In October 2019, DOF Subsea won contracts for two of its offshore vessels, the Skandi Seven and the Skandi Skansen, in Africa.

Last month, DOF Subsea announced several contract-awards in the Asia Pacific region. The contracts, for undisclosed clients in New Zealand and South East Asia, will see Skandi Hercules commence operations in December 2019 for a major operator.

Additionally, Skandi Singapore will commence construction operations in early January 2020 in South East Asia.



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