Agnes Candies Completes First Saturation Job for Spectra Energy

Thursday, April 19, 2007
The Deep Marine Technology, Inc. long term leased Agnes Candies Saturation Dive Support Vessel has completed its first job in the Gulf of Mexico. Working for Spectra Energy in 315ft water depth at Main Pass 282, the DPII Agnes Candies vessel, working with a 24hr crew on board, safely and efficiently performed Pipeline Remediation tasks for the Client.

The Agnes Candies can be adopted for a large spectrum of work ranging from Repair and Installation to Inspection and Plug and Abandonment. Other possible uses for the vessel include platform repairs; riser, anode, and hot tap installations; subsea tree and valve assistance; and platform and pipeline inspection.

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