AkerBP has awarded DeepOcean a subsea contract for NOK300million.
The contract includes ROV activities related to subsea inspections, maintenance and repairs (IMR) on Aker BP-operated assets Valhall, Ula, Ivar Aasen, Alvheim and Skarv.
The three-year deal can be extended for a further six years.
“This is an important contract for Aker BP. We invited several companies to tender. DeepOcean won this contract due to a very good offer based on the implementation of new technology and safe, cost-effective solutions,” said Olav Henriksen, SVP Projects in Aker BP.
It comes after AkerBP acquired Hess Norge’s Norwegian portfolio in a $2billion deal. Read more here.
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