Sea Trucks Group said it has been awarded a contract in West Africa by an undisclosed oil company.
The contract is for inspection, maintenance and repair, scheduled to start during Q4 2016.
The caompany said it will use its multipurpose support DP2 vessel the Jascon 55, a construction barge and a spread of its own conventional vessels for the works.
Graeme Pennycook, Sea Trucks Group’s managing director, said: “We are delighted that, in the present difficult market, Sea Trucks has been awarded this significant contract. This award demonstrates our ability to offer clients a tailored project solution based around the client’s requirement and utilisation of our unique marine assets. In these difficult times we remain competitive and responsive and our wide fleet makes us an ideal partner for miscellaneous survey inspection and intervention works.”