Fugro has secured a fourth consecutive contract from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) in India for built-in survey providers.
Work is now underway on the most recent Three-year contract, protecting infield developments on the east and west coasts of India.
The survey providers embrace pipeline route engineering and rig web site surveys.
Fugro will perform multibeam bathymetric, shallow seismic profiling, magnetometry and 2D UHR.
The work additionally consists of rig positioning, present profile measurements and wellhead searches.
For the aim of the surveys Fugro has mobilised its vessel the Fugro Mapper.
The vessel and Fugro survey staff will carry out the operations in water depths of as much as 100 metres.
Finally, geo-data survey outcomes will present ONGC with the seabed and sub-seabed insights wanted to develop key offshore infrastructure.
Remmelt de Jong, Fugro’s director for Marine Site Characterisation within the Middle East and India, mentioned:
“Being awarded this multi-year contract for the fourth consecutive time demonstrates the worth Fugro has delivered to Indian offshore improvement and our shoppers.
“We are particularly pleased with the sturdy relationship we’ve got solid with ONGC and we intend to keep up the exemplary well being and security report we achieved within the three earlier contracts, with no main downtime or zero misplaced time incidents during the last 9 years.”
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