Norway's DOF Group Announce Offshore Charters

Press Release
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
'Skandi Constructor': Photo credit DOF Group

DOF Subsea provider of subsea services to the offshore oil & gas industry worldwide announce new vessel contracts.

DOF Subsea AS has entered into a contract with Helix Well Ops for the vessel Skandi Constructor. The contract is for three year's firm with three, one year options. The contract will commence in the second quarter of 2013.


Skandi Constructor is a well intervention vessel of Ulstein SX 121 design built in 2009. The vessel has a LOA of 120.2 m and a breadth of 25.0 m and is equipped with a 150 T crane and a multi-purpose tower with 140 t lift capacity.


Secondly, Norskan / DOF Subsea Brazil have agreed with Petrobras a two-year extension for Skandi Chieftain from third quarter 2012.

Skandi Chieftain is a RSV with ROVs and various deck mounted subsea equipment and has been working for Petrobras since 2009.



Total contract values for the firm periods are approx. NOK 825 million.


 

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