Bristow Group Inc., primarily based in Houston, introduced extensions to 2 contracts with ConocoPhillips to help its air transportation crew change and shuttle/search and rescue (SAR) providers for the Greater Ekofisk Area within the North Sea.
Bristow has been ConocoPhillips’s aviation companion for greater than 20 years. The present two contracts began September 1, 2014 and the extension will run by August 31, 2024, with further possibility years out there. The extensions create a basis for continued enchancment in service ranges and a collaborative atmosphere for the good thing about each events.
Bristow will use two S-92 all-weather search and rescue service helicopters primarily based on the ConocoPhillips Ekofisk Lima platform, situated within the coronary heart of the Ekofisk area roughly 160 nautical miles from the Bristow fundamental base at Stavanger Airport, Sola, Norway. Additionally, Bristow’s Stavanger base will proceed to make use of three oil & fuel configured S92 helicopters of its current fleet to help the crew change flights to and from the Ekofisk area.
Bristow supplies 24/7 all-weather search and rescue service to the Greater Ekofisk Area.
Bristow is the world’s main supplier of offshore oil and fuel transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and plane help providers to authorities and civil organizations worldwide.
(Source and picture: Bristow Group/Sikorsky S-92)
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