Offshore : DOF moved towards subsea diving in Australia

Norway based offshore service provider DOF Subsea's Diving Support Vessel Skandi Singapore has successfully delivered the saturation diving campaign in Australian

In January 2020, DOF Subsea was awarded several contracts for DSV Skandi Singapore in the APAC region. 

The contracts, for undisclosed clients in Australia, will see Skandi Singapore commence subsea project operations during Q1 2020 for two major operators in the region over a period of 50-60 days.

107.1m long, STX DSV 06 designed ‘Skandi Singapore’ is a purpose-built dive support vessel designed for safe and efficient offshore operations.

DOF Subsea did not disclose any financial details or the client’s names and their projects at this time.

The vessel and crew are in transit to commence the next Australian subsea campaign this weekend. 

According to Nauticus Live research team, vessel is heading towards Montara Complex and expected to be onsite on 1st of August. 

Last year DOF Subsea used Skandi Hercules to replace subsea umbilical cables at the Montara complex offshore northwest Australia for Jadestone Energy.

The offshore supply vessel Skandi Hercules, which is owned by Norwegian company DOF, has been anchored in Tasman Bay since late March.

Last week, Singapore based upstream oil and gas company ‘Jadestone Energy’ plans to drill development wells in the Montara Field received approval from the Australian offshore regulator, NOPSEMA.: 

Source : Nauticus Live

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