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Chevron Hires Two New Offshore Vessel

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 13, 2017

Photo: Bram Offshore Todos os direitos reservados

Photo: Bram Offshore Todos os direitos reservados

 The US company Chevron has entered into a deal with Brazil's Bram Offshore to hire two offshore support vessels: Campos Contender and Elizabeth C.

The vessel owner is a Brazilian subsidiary of Edison Chouest, a U.S. based offshore vessel provider.
The Campos Contender was built in 2009. It is 69m long and 17m deep. The Elizabeth C was completed in 2008 and has the same dimensions as Contender Fields.
While the vessels might be similar, the contracts are different. The Campos Conteder will stay with Chevron for one year, while Elizabeth C has won a shorter, 8-month, term.
No details on the dayrates have been provided.
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