Island Enforcer to Work for BP

Los Angeles-based C-Innovation has secured a two-year master services deal, with call-off options, with BP for inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) services for the M/V Island Enforcer.

The 122-meter subsea installation and construction vessel was delivered in 2010 from the Bergen Group in Norway to Island Offshore, a joint venture between the Ulstein family of Norway and the Chouest family of Louisiana.

According to C-T, the agreement is an all-inclusive contract including vessel, ROV, survey, engineering and project management.

“Initial work will commence immediately with the installation of two production jumpers and EFLs at BP’s Atlantis field in 6,500 fsw,” said Richard Bourque, C-Innovation’s General Manager.

The Island Enforcer features 250 and 100-ton Deck Cranes, Moon Pools and Helideck, two Schilling Ultra Heavy Duty ROVs and it is fit to accommodate 120 people.

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