Skandi Protector Done With Government Work, Heads Offshore Australia

After four years of contract work for the Australian government, the Skandi Protector (ex Ocean Protector) will now be headed to work for Chevron Australia on the North West Shelf. Norwegian ship owner DOF Subsea¬†announced today the signing of a three year Master Services Agreement with Chevron to provide subsea inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) services utilizing the … [Read more...]

DOF Keeps Filling the Bucket With Latest Award of Subsea Contracts

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 … [Read more...]

DOF Subsea Charters Jones Act Vessel for Gulf of Mexico Contracts

Norwegian owner DOF Subsea says it has entered into an agreement with Louisiana's Otto Candies for the charter of the Jones Act compliant IMR vessel, MV Chloe Candies, after having been awarded several contracts in North America. DOF Subsea says the charter agreement is for a firm period of one year plus one year option, which will commence beginning of March 2014. The … [Read more...]

DOF Subsea Awarded Survey Work Offshore Norway, Contract Extension

DOF Subsea AS, a subsidiary of DOF ASA, has been awarded several contracts, with a total value of approx. NOK 150 million. In the Atlantic region, DOF Subsea has been awarded a call-off contract for 2014 by Statoil Petroleum AS under an existing Survey Frame Agreement. The call-off covers a minimum 4 months' work including seabed mapping, pipeline inspection, lay support and … [Read more...]