Mermaid Nets $26M in Subsea Contracts

Mermaid’s South East Asian and Middle Eastern business units have continued working efficiently on subsea contracts recently awarded during the first quarter of 2017 with a combined total estimated potential contract value of USD 26 million.

The highlighted package of work involves the DP2 dive support vessel ‘Mermaid Commander’ with a Tiger inspection class ROV and hyperbaric reception facility carrying-out a 42 day project involving saturation-diving and ROV works for riser installation, pipeline tie-ins and MOPU decommissioning in the Malaysian Peninsular and Sarawak, which Mermaid has opened as a new geographical footprint, before bounding for the Gulf of Thailand where she will perform a regular pipeline installation support services contract for another 60 day project for a different customer.

Another highlight involves the DP2 dive support vessel ‘Mermaid Nusantara’ together with heavy duty work-class ROVs working on a 24-day project in the Madura Sea, East Java, Indonesia, carrying out installation of flexible risers and umbilical between wellhead platform and FSO for an international upstream oil and gas company.

Furthermore, the DP2 dive support vessel ‘Mermaid Endurer’ has been carrying out a 30-day project on a DSV - ROV - SAT & air diving services contract and a 56-day project on a DSV - life support - spool & skid installation services contract for international EPCIC contractors offshore Qatar.

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