Neptune Wraps Up Diving Project for Chevron Australia

Neptune has completed a diving project awarded by Chevron Australia under the Master Services Agreement (MSA).

The contract included the provision of diving services for Barrow Island CBM (Conventional Buoy Mooring) terminal, subsea hose change out and pig catcher removal, spar navigation aids change out and inspection, maintenance and repair work.

Neptune chief executive officer, Robin King, said: “Neptune is pleased at the successful outcome of this first call off as part of our Chevron Diving MSA which, coupled with our longstanding presence on Barrow Island, continues to develop and reinforce our ongoing relationship with Chevron.”

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