Boskalis Subsea Services has been awarded a subsea IRM contract by Maersk Oil for the provision of air and saturation diving services from 2016 to 2019.
The framework agreement includes the two yearly inspection campaigns of the subsea structures of the 40 production platforms in the Danish sector of the North Sea.
The contract also includes diving construction/intervention scopes throughout these years as well, Boskalis said.
Boskalis’ scope of work includes project management, engineering, scheduling, personnel, vessels and equipment management and final reporting including DNV approval for each campaign.
Bert van der Velden, commercial director of Boskalis Subsea Services said: “We are very pleased with this multi-year contract award and we are looking forward to continue our cooperation with Maersk Oil in the North Sea for the next four years. Since 2011 we have worked on numerous subsea campaigns for Maersk Oil and together we have established a safe and efficient working environment in a very good cooperation.”
Boskalis will execute the 2016 offshore campaign this summer with its diving support vessels Constructor and Protea.