Offshoretråden - Kontrakter

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Contract extension for 3 x AHTS vessels operating in Australia

Siem Offshore has agreed with the charter to extend the firm contract for 3 x large AHTS vessels (Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels) operating in Australia. The extension will secure work until October 2021 for all 3 AHTS vessels with options until end of 2022.
 

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GC Rieber Shipping: Short-term charter for Polar Queen

GC Rieber Shipping ASA is pleased to announce a new short-term contract, for three weeks with further options to extend, for the walk-to-work vessel Polar Queen for a Tier 1 client in Europe for work in an offshore wind park. Polar Queen is currently mobilising for the project and will commence the charter tomorrow.

The charter is in direct continuation of the vessel's previous five-month charter, also in the walk-to-work market. The back to back charter arrangement shows the vessel's attractiveness in the market and ability to secure new charters and clients.
 

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GC Rieber Shipping - Extension of charter contract for icebreaker Polar Pevek

GC Rieber Shipping ASA is pleased to announce a two-year extension for the icebreaker Polar Pevek. The extension follows from end of the firm period in September 2021, making the vessel firm until September 2023. Polar Pevek is a customised heavy icebreaker and commenced her original charter in 2006 on what originally was a 15-year charter. The vessel is operating off Sakhalin Island, in far east Russia.

The vessel is co-owned 50/50 with Maas Capital and operated by GC Rieber Shipping's Russian co-owned shipmanager OOO Polarus.

"We are proud to secure multiple years of extension so far in advance completion of the contract. It's an acknowledgement of the vessel's unique characteristics and our operational performance. We look forward to continuing our good and close cooperation with our client together with our partners", Christoffer Knudsen, CCO, commented.

"We recently announced a shift in the company's strategy with an increased focus on project developments of sustainable maritime projects. The extension is a recognition of that one of our core legacy projects creates value to our client more than 17 years after its beginning. It's a true testament to our significant development potential", Einar Ytredal, CEO, commented.
 

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DOF Subsea secures Integrated FSV Contract in Africa

DOF Subsea has been awarded an integrated Field Support Vessel (FSV) contract with an international oil company in Angola. The project shall utilize Skandi Seven for a minimum of 303 firm vessel days plus 365 days of options. The Contract also includes the potential supply of additional vessels, as required by client.

DOF Subsea shall during the project deliver integrated FSV services, project management, engineering, procurement and logistics within deep-water construction and maintenance of existing subsea assets. Work packages under the contract shall also include services for transportation and installation of flexible products and various subsea equipment.

Mons S. Aase, CEO, DOF Subsea said, "I am pleased that DOF Subsea is trusted with another contract in Angola. This project will secure utilization for our integrated FSV team and assets, strengthening our position as a leading one-stop solutions provider for integrated subsea operations across multiple disciplines. DOF Subsea is continuously working to develop efficient services without compromise to safety."
 

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Early termination of charter party - Normand Maximus

Normand Maximus Operations Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Solstad Offshore ASA and disponent owner of the vessel "Normand Maximus", has today received a notice of early termination of the charter party for the vessel from the charterers, Saipem (Portugal) Comercio Maritimo LDA.

The charter party includes early termination provisions. The original charter period for the vessel was eight years. The early termination means that the charterers terminate the charter after approximately four years of chartering. The estimated back-log lost following the termination is approximately USD 200 million. Normand Maximus Operations Ltd. will be entitled to an early termination fee of approximately USD 45 million following the termination.
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