i-Tech, Subsea 7’s autonomous remote intervention technology division, has secured contract extensions from two separate operators offshore Equatorial Guinea for a period of three and five year’s respectively.
Under the terms of both contract extensions, i-Tech will continue to provide a suite of services, which includes supply of work class and observation class ROV’s, intervention tooling, survey, inspection, with services executed from on-board a variety of offshore installations. i-Tech will also continue to provide both standard and bespoke engineering solutions, both projects will continue to be managed from i-Tech’s operational base in Malabo.
Commenting on both contract extensions, i-Tech’s managing director Bruce Masson said: "We highly value our long-standing relationships with both operators and are pleased to be able to continue these strong collaborative relationships.
"These extensions, clearly demonstrate our client’s confidence in i-Tech’s capabilities, and are a testament to the quality of service that we have provided to both operators for over a decade."