'Seven Borealis' Nominated for Ship of the Year

Press Release
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
'Seven Borealis'

Subsea 7’s flagship ‘Seven Borealis’, a customized SOC 5000 design designed by Ulstein has been nominated for the prestigious Ship of the Year Award organized by the Offshore Support Journal.



Voting is open until close of business on 25 January via this link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/13SVVOTE.


The Seven Borealis measures 182.2 x 46.2 meters and has a moulded depth of 16.1 meters. This state-of-the-art pipelay/heavy lift vessel, delivered 2012, is designed by Ulstein Sea of Solutions for world-wide operations and is Subsea 7’s strategic enabler suited to meeting the requirements of today’s ultra-deep and deepwater projects in the world’s harshest environments. In November 2012, Subsea 7 announced a record SURF contract from Total E&P Norge AS for the development of the gas field Martin Linge, located 180 km west of Bergen in the North Sea.


The award winner is determined by the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference advisory panel and the readership of Offshore Support Journal, and the winner will be announced at the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference Gala Dinner on 19 February in London.

 

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