Norway’s DOF Subsea has been awarded several contracts, securing utilisation for vessels in the subsea and installation, maintenance and repair project segments in the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico
In the Norwegian Sea, DOF Subsea will deploy the STX AH 04-design construction support vessel Skandi Skansen for mooring installation work on the Njord Future project by Norwegian energy company Equinor. The DOF-owned CSV has an overall length of 107 m, beam of 24 m, accommodation for 90 and bollard pull of 349 tonnes.
In the UK continental shelf, DOF Subsea secured contracts for two operators to undertake 60 days of work using the UT 745-design CSV Geosund. The works include pipeline inspection and environmental sampling.
In the North America region, DOF Subsea has won a 3-year renewal of a frame agreement with a major operator in the US Gulf of Mexico. It will be responsible for the final assembly, transportation and installation of well production jumpers and control flying leads to support new tie-ins to existing brownfields. The primary installation vessel for the contract will be the Jones Act-compliant, Vard 3 310 design multi-purpose CSV Harvey Deep-Sea, which is owned by US-based Harvey Gulf International Marine.