ExxonMobil Seeks ROV for Operations in Black Sea (Romania)

ExxonMobil Seeks ROV for Operations in Black Sea (Romania)

ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Romania Limited Nassau (Bahamas) is seeking for diving services using a remotely operated vehicle for a drilling programme in the Black Sea.

The objective of the framework agreement is for ExxonMobil to be able to access the resources identified as necessary for the provision of services under the contract.

Minimum and maximum operating 380 – 1,309 days of operation with mobilisation and demobilisation days are included in the tender.

The project has a value between USD8 million and USD30 million with duration of 48 months.

ExxonMobil is expecting the tenders to be submitted until November 06, 2012.

Subsea World News Staff, October 12, 2012

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