Offshoretråden - Kontrakter

Refvik

Administrator
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Contracts for AHTS's in Norway and Brazil​

Solstad Offshore ASA is pleased to announce that Equinor has declared an option to extend the contract for AHTS Normand Ferking with one more year to November 2023. Equinor has the option to extend the contract with further one year thereafter. Normand Ferking has been on contract with Equinor since 2007 and will continue to support their activities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

In addition, AHTS Normand Topazio has been fixed to Enauta Energia S.A in Brazil.for 300 days firm plus 220 days of options. Commencement of the contract is 3Q-2022, and the vessel will support Enauta's drilling and production activities at the "AtlantaField" in the Santos Basin.
 

Eriksen

Member

DOF Group extension and award of multiple contracts with Petrobras​

DOF is pleased to announce that Petrobras has extended the contracts and awarded new long-term charter and service contracts to Norskan Offshore Ltda. and DOF Subsea Brasil Servicos Ltda. for the vessels; Skandi Chieftain, Skandi Olympia and Skandi Commander. All contracts include vessels and ROVs and are for a period of three years. The contracts on Skandi Chieftain and Skandi Olympia have been extended until end of 2022 and both vessels will thereafter commence the new 3-year contracts.

The contract for Skandi Commander has been extended until November 2022, and the vessel will then be utilised on the PIDF project for DOF Subsea Brasil on their current contract with Petrobras until August 2023. Thereafter the vessel will commence its 3-year contract, combining ROV and AUV capabilities. The gross value of the extensions and the firm period of the new contracts exceeds USD 253 million. All three new contracts have 2-year optional extensions.
 

Eriksen

Member

Helix Robotics Solutions Announces Five Year Charter Extensions for Grand Canyon II & III Vessels​


Helix Robotics Solutions Limited, the U.K. Robotics division of Helix Energy Solutions Group, Inc. (NYSE: HLX), and Volstad Maritime AS announced five-year charter extensions for both the Grand Canyon II and Grand Canyon III construction support vessels to continue working on projects across multiple energy sectors.​


The Grand Canyon II and Grand Canyon III have been under long-term charter with Helix since 2015 and 2016, respectively. The extended charter for the Grand Canyon II runs from January 2023 through the end of 2027, while the extended charter for the Grand Canyon III runs from May 2023 through May 2028, with a further option to extend.

Under the extensions, Volstad has committed to upgrade both vessels with a new battery hybrid in an effort to reduce fuel consumption and emissions and to improve the environmental footprint of vessel operations.

Scotty Sparks, Helix’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, stated, “Helix is a global leader in subsea robotics and trenching, and we continue to expand our specialty services to support offshore wind farm developments during their pre-construction, construction and operations phases. We are pleased to extend the charter agreements with Volstad for the Grand Canyon class vessels as we are committed to supporting a responsible energy transition, increasing offshore renewables activity and promoting reduced emissions technology.”

The vessels are designed for operation under severe weather conditions with high manoeuvrability and superior station keeping capabilities, which enable them to work efficiently and reliably with results consistently reducing downtime during critical operations.

Each vessel is equipped with a 250 MT AHC subsea crane, moonpool, integrated ROV deck space and removable bulwarks. With clear deck areas up to 1,650 m2 each, the vessels are well suited for subsea construction, Inspection, Repair & Maintenance (IRM) and offshore renewables activities.

In addition, two 3,000m rated 250hp UHD ROVs are mobilized onboard the Grand Canyon II, while two 3,000m rated 200hp UHD ROVs together with the T1500 jet trenching system and iTrencher are mobilized onboard the Grand Canyon III.
 

Eriksen

Member

Contract extension «Avalon Sea»​

Siem Offshore can confirm an agreement has been made for a contract extension in Canada. The extension refers to the Ice Class AHTS vessel "Avalon Sea", covering a firm duration of 18 months upon completion of the current term. This will ensure continued operations for the vessel well into Q2 2024.
 

Metallian

New Member

Contract extension and new contract for CSV Normand Energy

Solstad Offshore ASA has been awarded contract extensions and a new contract with present client for the CSV Normand Energy. The client has exercised all options under the existing contract and in addition awarded a new contract bringing the overall contract period to 570 days. The contract will commence in direct continuation of present firm period during September 2022. The contract terms reflect the present marked and are in line with other CSV contracts reported by the company lately.

The vessel will continue to support subsea operations in West Africa.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

New contract for CSV Normand Mermaid

Solstad Offshore has entered into a new contract for the CSV Normand Mermaid in direct continuation of present contract, with present Client, keeping the vessel fully utilized to 2Q 2025, with one optional year thereafter.

Normand Mermaid will continue be utilized for geotechnical operations within the renewable energy and oil & gas sectors.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member
Energy Swan – extension of contract

Golden Energy Offshore Services AS (GEOS) is pleased to inform that a contract extension has been secured for Energy Swan.

A contract extension has been secured with Repsol Norge AS. The contract is in direct continuation of the current charter contract from 2021. The large PSV Energy Swan was in 2021 chartered for a firm period of 1 year + optional (total of 1 years options). Repsol Norge AS and GEOS agreed after expiration of the firm period that the vessel will remain on charter in direct continuation of the present firm period for an additional 6 months till 1st May 2023. The charter rate reflects the market conditions. The parties have further agreed that Charterers continue having options available to charter the vessel as per the original charter (till 1st November 2023).

Energy Swan has 100% utilization ytd.

Fleet 3q to date has 99% utilization at attractive rates.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member
Contract award - OSCV Siem Stingray

Siem Offshore has entered into a new three-year contract for the OSCV Siem Stingray with Subsea7 as charterer. The contract will commence in direct continuation of its current commitment, securing further firm utilization of 3 years.

Subsea7 intends to employ the vessel supporting its clients world-wide predominantly within the Oil and Gas Sector undertaking projects within Offshore Construction and Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR).
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member
Subsea7 has entered into a three-year charter agreement with Siem Offshore for the hybrid construction vessel Siem Stingray.

Siem Stingray is designed for subsea operation duties such as construction and installation work, inspection, and maintenance. The vessel will primarily operate in Norwegian waters.

Projects and Operations Director in Norway, Jan Arthur Grip Nilsen said: “Subsea7 has a key role in the evolution of lower carbon oil and gas and by enabling the growth of renewables and emerging energy. This vessel will be used for conventional subsea developments and the Northern Lights carbon capture and storage project.”

Kilde: Subsea 7

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Foto: Ukjent
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

DOF Subsea contract awards in Atlantic region

DOF Subsea is pleased to announce multiple new project awards and a contract extension in the Atlantic region.

The projects combined, totals more than 500 vessel days excluding optional work, and a combined revenue of more than 80 million USD.

Skandi Acergy, Skandi Constructor, Skandi Seven, Skandi Skansen, Skandi Hera and selected third-party vessels shall be utilized in the offshore execution phases.

One of the awards is a SURF contract from a major oil & gas operator. The project includes design & fabrication of spools and installation of umbilicals, flying leads, spools and various subsea equipment. Main installation phase is scheduled for quarter 2, 2023 in the Mediterranean and shall be executed on DOF`s construction vessel Skandi Acergy. Project management, engineering and procurement are managed by DOF`s project teams in Aberdeen and Houston.

Another award is an FPSO mooring rectification project in West Africa. The scope includes project management, engineering and fabrication, utilizing Skandi Skansen as the main installation vessel.

DOF Subsea has been awarded an early phase study from a major oil & gas operator for the purpose of detailing cessation plans for one of its fields in the North Sea, based on utilizing the DOF fleet.

Mons Aase, CEO DOF Subsea AS, said, “I am pleased with the series of awards in the Atlantic region, securing projects across North Sea, Mediterranean and Africa. Together with previous announced contracts, our latest SURF award confirms full utilization of Skandi Acergy within the SURF segment across the North Sea, Mediterranean and Australia from fall 2022 to summer 2023. I note our clients are continuing to trust DOF`s ability to deliver bespoke subsea services, safe and efficiently.”
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

DOF SUBSEA awarded multiple contracts in the Gulf of Mexico

DOF Subsea USA is pleased to announce the award of multiple contracts in the Gulf of Mexico.

The region has received a contract award for the provision of services to a major operator in the Gulf of Mexico, commencing in Q4, 2022. Jones Act Compliant vessel(s) operated by DOF Subsea will be utilized for an estimated 180 days over a one-year term, undertaking a range of activities including light construction, IMR and commissioning support at multiple field locations.

The region is also awarded a contract for provision of ROV support services for offshore pre-commissioning and commissioning activities for an oil and natural gas development project to a major operator in the Gulf of Mexico, commencing in Q2 2023. The services will be provided utilizing one of the Jones Act compliant vessels operated by DOF Subsea.

The backlog estimate from these awards for the North America region is approximately NOK 300 million.

Mons Aase, CEO DOF Subsea AS, said, I'm very pleased with our North America region winning key projects with leading Oil and Gas operators in the US market, securing strong backlog for 2023."
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

Contract award for PSV in Brazil​

Solstad Offshore ASA is pleased to announce that PSV Normand Titus has been fixed to Trident Energy do Brasil Ltda for one year firm plus one year option.

The contract commences early fourth quarter 2022 and the vessel will support Trident Energy's activities in Brazilian waters.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

Contract extension - DOF Rederi​

Equinor Energy AS has exercised its option to extend the firm period of the contract for Skandi Flora by 1 year. The extension is applicable from 4th October
 

Refvik

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Havila Shipping ASA: Kontrakter for PSV fartøyene Havila Borg og Havila Herøy

Havila Shipping ASA har inngått kontrakter med Peterson Den Helder BV for PSV fartøyene Havila Borg og Havila Herøy.

Havila Borg for en fast periode på 6 måneder med opsjon for ytterligere 12 måneder.

Havila Herøy for en fast periode knyttet til et boreoppdrag estimert til 90 dager og en opsjonsperiode for inntil 370 dager.

Havila Borg har startet opp under kontrakten og Havila Herøy vil starte 18. oktober i direkte fortsettelse av nåværende arbeid for Peterson.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

New PSV contracts and extensions

Solstad Offshore ASA is pleased to announce new contracts and extensions for four of its PSV’s. The contracts have a combined firm duration of 850 days supporting various clients in the UK and Dutch sectors.

The contracts have a combined value of approximately NOK 105 million and will be executed by Far Symphony, Far Spica, Normand Serenade and Normand Tantalus.
 

Refvik

Administrator
Staff member

EIOF - Contract award for PSV Viking Avant​

Eidesvik Offshore ASA (“Eidesvik”) has been awarded a 3-year time charter contract with Equinor Energy AS (“Equinor”) for the PSV Viking Avant. The contract is awarded in direct continuation of the current charter and will commence in December 2022. In addition, Equinor has been granted options for further extensions.

Gitte Gard Talmo, CEO & President of Eidesvik, commented: “Viking Avant has been on contract with Equinor since its delivery, which is a true testament to the high quality of the vessel and the performance of our crew. We are pleased to see Equinor’s trust in our services and look forward to continuing our good collaboration”.
 

Eriksen

Member

Equinor awarding contracts for platform supply vessels​



Six contracts have been awarded to five shipowners, for a total value estimated at more than NOK 2,5 billion including options.
The six platform supply vessels will be managed by Simon Møkster Shipping AS, Island Offshore Management AS, Eidesvik AS, Remøy Shipping AS and P/F Skansi Offshore.
The contracts will take effect before the end of 2022, have a three-year firm period and three one-year options. The vessels will support Equinor’s activities on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Mette H. Ottøy, chief procurement officer
“We are pleased to secure contracts with suppliers which have a solid safety culture, and the necessary capabilities to ensure safe and efficient operations for Equinor. Long-term commitments are mutually beneficial to Equinor and our suppliers. They ensure predictability and form the foundation for innovative solutions to improve on all aspects of our collaboration, including reduction of emissions from our operations,” says Mette H. Ottøy, chief procurement officer.

Vessels, owners and ship management:​

  • Island Crusader, Island Offshore VIII KS, Island Offshore Management AS
  • Stril Luna, Simon Møkster Rederi AS, Simon Møkster Shipping AS
  • Stril Mar, Simon Møkster Rederi AS, Simon Møkster Shipping AS
  • Rem Hrist, Etta Shipowning Ltd, Remøy Shipping AS
  • Kongsborg, Skansi Ship Invest P/F, P/F Skansi Offshore
  • Viking Avant, Eidesvik MPSV AS, Eidesvik AS
In addition Equinor has extended a contract with Island Offshore Shipholding LP for four years, for Island Clipper, which is a combined platform supply vessel and walk-to-work vessel. Island Clipper has supported the Oseberg field in the past and is scheduled to also work on the Hywind Tampen offshore wind farm.
Ørjan Kvelvane, senior vice president for Joint operations support.
As part of the agreement there is a joint commitment to pursue possibilities to modify the Island Crusader and Kongsborg vessels to be powered by ammonia fuel. This will be carried out in two separate projects involving a number of sub-suppliers throughout the maritime industry. The overall goal is to reduce the CO2 emissions by up to 90 percent by use of ammonia fuel. All six vessels either have, or will get, a battery installed for hybrid operations.
The agreements include requirement for the vessels to employ one cadet or ordinary seaman for each shift, as a recruitment contribution to the maritime industry.
“We are dependent on supply vessels like these to support our more than 40 fields in operation on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS), and we look forward to collaborating with the ship owners and crews for many years to come." I am especially pleased that we are jointly investigating opportunities for further CO2 reductions,” says Ørjan Kvelvane, senior vice president for Joint operations support.
 
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