IKM Subsea Bags Solstad Offshore Deal in Thailand

IKM Subsea Singapore has secured a service contract from Solstad Offshore to provide ROV services onboard on the DLB ‘Norce Endeavour’ offshore Thailand.

Solstad Offshore’s Norce Endeavour will be working in the Gulf of Thailand for various clients.

IKM Subsea will provide the Merlin WR 200 work-class remotely operated vehicle (ROV) together with the required tooling to execute the project which consist of numerous platform and pipelines installation coupled with dive support for subsea tie-in and commissioning.

“This new award is a direct reflection to the performance by the IKM Subsea team and the Merlin WR 200 during Solstad campaigns throughout 2015 and 2016. It’s all about the performance and we have tried to do our best since the start of this collaboration with Solstad Offshore,” said Thina Suppaiyan, IKM Subsea Singapore’s operations manager.

IKM Subsea will be working along iSURVEY, who secured a marine construction survey support contract from Solstad in Thailand last week.

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