DOF Subsea wins contract for decommissioning project in Atlantic region

2 September 2020 (Last Updated September 2nd, 2020 11:20)

Norwegian firm DOF Subsea has secured a marine operations turnkey contract with respect to a decommissioning project by floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) operator Teekay Petrojarl.

DOF Subsea wins contract for decommissioning project in Atlantic region
DOF Subsea said it will use a variety of vessels from the fleet of DOF Group for the offshore works. Credit: joiseyshowaa.

Norwegian firm DOF Subsea has secured a marine operations turnkey contract with respect to a decommissioning project by floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) operator Teekay Petrojarl.

Under the contract, DOF Subsea will provide project management, engineering, procurement, as well as other offshore marine operations.

The offshore works specifically include preparatory works at the sites, including temporary mooring system installation, towing operations, as well as risers and mooring systems’ recovery.

DOF Subsea said it will use a variety of vessels from the fleet of DOF Group for the offshore works.

The company will deploy Skandi Acergy, Skandi Iceman, as well as Skandi Hera in addition to the third-party vessels.

The decommissioning project has already commenced and is expected to wrap up within the fourth quarter of this year.

DOF Subsea CEO Mons S Aase said: “DOF Subsea is pleased to be trusted with this multidisciplinary decommissioning scope by a repeat key client.

“This project will utilise the strength in our offering to the fullest with our decommissioning team parred with capable offshore vessels. DOF Subsea is continuously working to develop efficient solutions and to deliver as promised without compromise to safety.”

Recently, DOF Subsea secured multiple new contracts from Brazilian firm Petrobras to provide survey and inspection services.

Last month, DOF Subsea secured multiple new contracts in the Atlantic region. The contracts include works within the survey, inspection, maintenance and repair, and decommissioning.