Offshore maritime support firm, Deep Sea Supply, has announced multiple awards that have seen four vessels gain work.
The contracts cover the hire of four separate Platform Supply Vessels (PSVs), with the work spread across South America, Europe and Asia.
Deep Sea Supply Contracts
The largest contract will see the company’s Sea Falcon PSV, work the North Sea on a two year contract with oil major Statoil. The initial two years are a firm period, however additional options could see this extended by a further three. The contract is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2016.
The Sea Frost and Sea Supra, both PSVs, have been awarded 60 days and 90 days firm contracts respectively, for an unnamed international oil company. The contract will see both vessels work Asian offshore sectors, and includes an option to extend by an additional 120 days. Work commenced in April 2016.
The Sea Titus, also a PSV, has been awarded a four month firm contract for a further unnamed oil company. This contract also includes an option to extend by an additional two months. Sea Titus started the contract, in South America, on the 9th April 2016.