Norway's DOF receives deal extensions for construction vessels in Brazil
BY DOMINIC CHOPPING
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Norway's offshore engineering company DOF said that Statoil has extended the contract for Skandi Peregrino vessel in Brazil with three more years from December 2012 plus two one-year options. Skandi Peregrino is an AHTS of STX AH08-design anchor handling vessels built in 2010.
DOF's Skandi Ipanema has been awarded a contract with Karoon oil and gas for operation in the Santos basin in Brazil. The contract has duration of about 150 days, commencing October 2012. Skandi Ipanema is an AHTS of STX AH05 design built in 2010.
Additionally, DOF's Subsea unit has secured a contract with Statoil for the Tordis Flex Jumper Replacement Project. The offshore operations part of the project will commence late summer 2013 and will last for approximately 2 months utilizing two vessels from DOF Subsea's modern fleet of construction vessels. The engineering will commence imminently in DOF Subsea's office in Bergen.
Dow Jones Newswires