Rana Scores IMR Gig with Eni Congo

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Ravenna-based diving and subsea services provider, Rana, has been awarded a contract by Eni Congo for the underwater inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) on 17 platforms offshore Congo.

For this campaign, the company has chartered the diving support vessel DSV Toisa Paladin.

The 104-meter vessel, equipped with 18-person dive system, is currently mobilizing in Ravenna.

According to the company, activities offshore Congo are scheduled to begin early-August and expected to last for 6 months, excluding any possible extra works.

The company did not disclose the commercial terms between the parties.

Subsea World News Staff

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