Prosafe job cuts were announced across the company, following a comprehensive refinancing and cost efficiency measures announced in July.
The month of July has continued to be marked by a series of layoffs announced by oil and gas firms struggling to fight the continued low in crude prices.
Prosafe is to scrap three of its offshore accommodation Flotels, amid continuing financial pressures from an emptying order book.
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Safe Boreas starts work at North Sea Montrose platform, as operators Talisman Sinopec continue their major upgrade project for the area.
The new flotel Safe Zephyrus is ready for offshore work as owners Prosafe take delivery, of the 450 personnel semisubmersible, from the Sembcorp Singapore shipyard.
The Safe Bristolia accommodation vessel is still without a towline, four days after breaking loose during a heavy North Sea Storm, offshore Scotland
An accommodation vessel is adrift in the North Sea with offshore workers onboard, according to the vessels owners, Prosafe, having broken its towline in heavy weather.
Prosafe has won more Statoil work on the offshore Mariner development, although the work scheduled to start in 2016 has been moved back to 2017.
Shell, has singed a contract with Prosafe, chartering the semisubmersible accommodation barge, Prosafe Regalia, for work on the Brent Charlie.
The Safe Boreas, a new flotel owned by Prosafe, is heading over to the Lundin contract in Norway, after Singapore’s Jurong Shipyard complete build
Prosafe expects the Safe Bristolia to return to operations soon after experienced damage during October storms in the UK North Sea’s Everest Field