Siem Offshore has secured contracts for two of its offshore support vessels, one in the North Sea and the other in the US Gulf of Mexico
In the North Sea, Siem Dorado has secured a charter for 40 days of work from DCN Diving, a new client for Siem Offshore. The 2009-built, MT 6017 MK II-design vessel has already started mobilising from Norway to begin this contract, which includes extension options.
In the US, Siem Offshore won a contract from an undisclosed subsea construction company for subsea construction support vessel Siem Spearfish. The 2014-built, STX OSCV 03-design vessel will provide subsea and remotely operated vehicle duties under a minimum duration of 110 days on an offshore development, mobilising from west Africa to the US Gulf to commence the contract.
Siem Offshore said this new contract secures full utilisation for Siem Spearfish into Q4 2021, plus extension options. In February, Siem Offshore announced Siem Spearfish would be mobilised from Norway to west Africa to commence a two-month firm contract with options during Q2 2021.
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