Bluestream has won a five-year contract, plus two-year extensions from ONEgas for subsea structural inspection services in the North Sea.
The scope of the ROV subsea structural inspection services contract covers 69 of ONEgas’s offshore platforms and subsea structures in the southern UK North Sea and Dutch sectors.
Following the signing of contract in May, work began immediately, reported Oedigital.com.
Under this deal, Bluestream will provide subsea inspection services. It has partnered with Vroon Offshore Services for delivering the support vessel.
For this year’s campaign, Bluestream is using DP2 vessel VOS Sugar, which is equipped with its inspection system and Seaeye Tiger ROV, as well as the Compact Work Class Seaeye Cougar XT ROV to carry out structural inspections at subsea.
The annual campaign takes around 45 days and is carried out by around 20 people.
Bluestream executive for business development Adriaen Winckers was quoted by Oedigital.com as saying: "This is the biggest contract in the Bluestream history and we, together with our partner Vroon, look forward to cooperating closely with our client to make this project a success."