Oil and fuel firm Neptune Energy has prolonged its contract with CHC Helicopters, masking the Dutch sector of the North Sea, for additional two years.
CHC will proceed to conduct all helicopter flight transfers for personnel to and from Neptune’s 29 offshore platforms within the Dutch sector, Neptune mentioned on Wednesday.
From its base at Den Helder Airport, CHC conducts roughly three,500 flight hours annually for Neptune’s Dutch offshore groups.
CHC additionally offers helicopter transport companies for Neptune’s offshore groups within the UK, travelling to and from the Neptune-operated Cygnus platform within the Southern North Sea.
Lex de Groot, Managing Director of Neptune Energy within the Netherlands, mentioned: “Offshore fuel provide is important for the Dutch economic system. As the biggest offshore fuel producer within the Netherlands, a large number of CHC’s flights have our colleagues on board. They commute through helicopter to their work and again house and it’s, subsequently, essential to have the ability to present the very best requirements of security and repair for his or her transport“.
He added: “Improvements in effectivity can scale back the time, prices and CO2 emissions related to offshore journey. Working with CHC, we could be extra environment friendly on this vital a part of safeguarding each the journey of our colleagues and the provision of offshore fuel”.
CHC EMEA Regional Director, Mark Abbey, mentioned: “We are delighted to proceed partnering with Neptune to execute their service safely and with excellent effectivity and ranges of customer support”.
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