Prosafe has been awarded a contract by ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS to offer lodging help utilizing both the Safe Boreas or Safe Zephyrus on the Ekofisk area in relation to the tie-in of the Tommeliten Alpha area growth.
The agency length of the contract is 90 days, commencing Q2 2022, with an choice of as much as 60 days. Total worth of the contract, excluding the choice interval, is roughly USD 13.6 million. The contract has cancellation costs that apply if the Tommeliten Alpha plan for growth and operation (PDO) just isn’t authorized by Norwegian authorities.
Jesper Kragh Andresen, CEO of Prosafe says: “Prosafe is happy to have been awarded a contract in 2022 for operations on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.”
Tommeliten Alpha is a discovery within the southern a part of the Norwegian sector within the North Sea, roughly 25 kilometers southwest of the Ekofisk area. The water depth is roughly 75 meters. The area was found in 1977. The reservoir comprises a fuel condensate fluid and lies at a depth of roughly three,000 meters.
Prosafe is a number one proprietor and operator of semi-submersible lodging vessels. The firm owns and function seven semi-submersible Accommodation, Safety and Support Vessels (ASVs) and one Tender Support Vessel (TSV) that may additionally function as an lodging vessel.
(Source and picture: Prosafe – Safe Boreas on Edvard Gieg area)
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