DOF Bags Several Deals for OSV Duo

January 29, 2020

Skandi Neptune (File photo:DOF)
Skandi Neptune (File photo:DOF)

Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF Subsea has secured several contracts for two of its offshore vessels, with undisclosed clients.

DOF subsea said it would carry out for pre-lay and LBL array installation activities in Guyana, subsea installation work in Trinidad and well-head removal work in Canada. All three contract awards will utilize the 104.2 meters long Skandi Neptune ROV construction support vessel. 

The Harvey Deep Sea has received an award for a large Ocean Bottom Node survey in the GoM, in addition to other shorter IMR and light construction projects. 

The Jones Act Compliant Construction Support vessel is owned by Harvey Gulf International, and under a long-term charter with DOF.

The new contracts come just a week after the company announced it had secured several deals for its Skandi Singapore vessel in Australia.

The contracts, for undisclosed clients, will see Skandi Singapore start subsea project operations during Q1 2020 for two major operators in the region over a period of 50-60 days, DOF Subsea said. The Skandi Singapore is a 2011-built dive support vessel.



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