IOS InterMoor Signs with ExxonMobil

Press Release
Thursday, September 27, 2012

IOS InterMoor AS, an Acteon company, signed a framework agreement with ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Norway AS to provide engineering services and equipment offshore Norway.

The contract will run for five years with the option of three one-year extensions, and the work scope includes inspection and logistics on the Jotun and Balder fields in the North Sea. IOS InterMoor AS’s scope of work will also include other mooring-related engineering tasks.

“IOS InterMoor AS was chosen because of its technical competence, quality and 26-year track record of reliable service in the industry in Norway,” said David Smith, managing director for IOS InterMoor AS. “The contract will call on the breadth of our experience and the capabilities of our personnel and equipment.”

“IOS InterMoor AS embraces health, safety and environmental focus in our operations. This contract will provide us with an opportunity to demonstrate the range of mooring services we can offer to clients working on the Norwegian Continental Shelf,” Smith said.

 

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