DOF Subsea Awarded Call-off for Statoil in 2015

SeaDiscovery.com
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Photo: DOF Subsea

DOF Subsea Norway AS has been awarded a call-off on an existing Survey Frame Agreement with Statoil Petroleum AS for 2015 in a contract estimated at more than NOK 200 million.

The call-off has a firm period of eight months and includes seabed mapping, pipeline inspection, lay support and light construction services. Project execution will be handled by DOF Subsea’s operating centre in Bergen, Norway.

Jan-Kristian Haukeland, Executive Vice President of DOF Subsea, said, “With the fifth call-off in four years on the existing frame agreement for Statoil, we are well positioned to further develop our strong position in the region.”

The specialized RSV Geosund will carry out the operations which are primarily located in Norwegian areas of the North Sea. 
 

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