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DOF Subsea announced today they have been awarded multiple new contracts adding approximately NOK 830 million (USD $135 million) to their existing backlog of subsea and offshore construction work.
To put this in perspective however, these new contracts are a bit of a drop in the bucket considering the company had NOK 33 billion of backlogged work as of 31 March, or roughly five years of turnover.
In the Asia Pacific region, DOF Subsea says the new contracts include project management and engineering, IMR services and subsea installation work that will involve the use of the Skandi Singapore, Skandi Hercules and Skandi Hawk.
Offshore West Africa, DOF Subsea says they will be further utilizing the Skandi Singapore, a 2011-built, 107.1 meter long multi-purpose dive support vessel on several offshore construction contracts.
In the North America region, DOF notes their new awards include several IMR and subsea installation contracts.
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