DOF Finds Vessels Work in Guyana and Saudi Arabia

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DOF Subsea has secured multiple contracts for its vessels in Guyana and Saudi Arabia from undisclosed clients.

In Guyana, the Skandi Neptune ROV construction support vessel has already started survey work.

In addition, the second campaign is planned for the vessel within 2019 to conduct field development construction support activities.

Skandi Neptune will be joined by two PSV’s Skandi Foula and Skandi Buchan in the second quarter of 2019 to carry pipe and subsea hardware for the main installation vessels.

Furthermore, Geoholm multipurpose vessel began preparations in Singapore for marine and ROV operation in the Red Sea offshore Saudi Arabia.

The vessel will support 3D Ocean Bottom Node (OBN) survey projects in Saudi Arabia in more than 700 vessel day campaign, the company noted.

These collective awards provide approximately NOK 425 million in additional backlog to the group of which 62% in 2019.

Mons Aase, CEO DOF and DOF Subsea, said, “This is an exciting award for us, entering a new area and at the same time strengthen our position as a global subsea IMR provider. Guyana is a growing region where we expect increased activity going forward.”

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