Norway: Subsea 7 Charters Island Intervention Vessel
Island Offshore has secured contract for its subsea construction vessel Island Intervention. The vessel has begun the charter with Subsea 7 , the international provider of Subsea, Umbilical, Riser and Flowline (SURF) services.
The operations are expected to take up to three weeks.
The vessels duties involve light construction, crane, ROV, survey and positioning operations related to the tow out and positioning of two bundle tows of respective 7 and 5 km’s in length.
Island Intervention will be used as a command and control vessel and the whole operation involves in total 6-7 vessels.
“Island Offshore is pleased to be awarded this work by Subsea 7.” said the company on its website.
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Posted on November 25, 2011, in Dynamic positioning, MARINE VESSELS, Norway, Oil & Gas - offshore, Service, Subsea, Subsea Systems, Well Intervention and tagged Aker Solutions, Dynamic positioning, gulf of mexico, Intervention, Island, News, Norway, Offshore, oil, Oil & Gas - offshore, Service, Subsea 7, vessel, Well Intervention. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.