SubC Partner charters DOF Subsea Vessel to execute EPCI subsea Project for Maersk Oil
SubC Partner has just awarded DOF Subsea UK two key contracts to support the execution of its project to replace selected buoyancy modules on a live riser for Maersk Oil in the Dumbarton Field.
The first scope focuses on onshore solution optimization, and sees DOF Subsea providing ROV assets, personnel and technical support to SubC Partner during the performance of the project wet tests, which will take place this August in Esbjerg, Denmark.
The second covers the chartering of a vessel, for which the Polar King has been nominated, for the execution of the offshore works, along with DOF provision of work class ROVs and project personnel. The vessel comes mobilised with 2 work class ROVs.
Gabriele Rampinelli, UK Managing Director at SubC Partner says: "We are delivering a complex turnkey solution from the engineering phase to the offshore operations. It is essential for us to partner with an experienced and trusted company, who can match the high expectations, set by Maersk and ourselves, both in terms of the offshore performance of assets and personnel; as well as technical support to ensure a perfect integration between the advanced tools we are developing and the ROVs.
We have carried out an extensive tendering process, involving some of the leading offshore contractors in the North Sea. DOF Subsea was awarded the contract based on its high degree of technical, commercial and operational compliance and capability. We look forward to working with DOF Subsea and developing this relationship further".
Eirik Tørressen, Managing Director at DOF Subsea UK says: "DOF Subsea UK is pleased to be part of this project and we look forward to working with SubC Partner on these scopes and in the future.
"SubC Partner will provide further updates as the project progresses through the next phases.