Subsea World News has put together a recap of the most interesting articles from the previous week (March 30 – April 05).
The agreement is for ROV services and remote subsea tooling in the Moho Nord field, situated around 75 kilometres off the coast of Pointe Noire in the Republic of Congo.
Heerema Offshore Services has signed a Letter of Intent for the engineering and construction of a new semi-submersible crane vessel (NSCV) with Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine.
Heerema Offshore Services, a subsidiary of Heerema Marine Contractors Holding Nederland SE (HMC), will equip its new vessel with two cranes of 10,000 tonnes lifting capacity each.
This is the first of a total of five yearly options. The extension is done under present terms and conditions.
The 12-month contract will be serviced by Harkand’s two DSVs, the Harkand Da Vinci and Harkand Atlantis, supported by project management and engineering from Harkand’s Aberdeen office.
Harkand has secured a USD 5 million contract in Mexico to perform saturation diving services in support of an offshore pipeline project for offshore construction company Swiber Offshore Mexico S.A de C.V.
The global subsea inspection, repair, maintenance, and light construction company has recently finalised a joint venture with Arena Servicios de Mexico, a local Mexican company involved in infrastructure projects as their exclusive vehicle to deliver services in Mexico.