26 of June 2017
Ocean Installer has recently completed a job in Equatorial Guinea. The project was awarded as the first call off under a newly signed Master Service Agreement with a leading independent energy company.
The work scope included the installation of subsea equipment and offshore operations and took place in June 2017, making use of the multipurpose offshore vessel Forland Inspector. The project was managed from Ocean Installer’s Houston office.
“We are delighted with the completion of yet another successful job in West-Africa. This entails a strengthening of our foothold in the region, where Ocean Installer has already completed projects in Nigeria and Congo,” says Mike Newbury, President of Ocean Installer in the US.
About Ocean Installer
Ocean Installer is a subsea company headquartered in Stavanger, Norway and with offices in Aberdeen, Houston, Dubai, Perth, Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro. Ocean Installer holds strong EPCI expertise within the SURF (Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers, Flowlines) segment and is rapidly expanding its operations and organisation within and beyond the North Sea basin.
Ocean Installer provides its clients with recognised first-rate assets and has in place long-term charters on two construction support vessels (CSV): Normand Mermaid and Normand Vision. Ocean Installer will continuously invest and develop its assets to fulfill its ambition to be a key service provider within the SURF segment.
Ocean Installer is majority-owned by HitecVision, a leading investor in the oil and gas industry.
Ocean Installer holds FPAL- and Achilles certifications, with systems established in accordance with the requirements set out in ISO 9001, 14001, 18001 and 31 000 standards.
For further information, please visit: www.oceaninstaller.com