3rd March 2015 – DOF Subsea UK Limited, a leading provider of integrated subsea services, is pleased to announce that its survey and positioning business in the UK and US has been awarded an extension of a Master Service Agreement with Heerema Marine Contractors of Leiden, The Netherlands.
The contract covers global provision of survey and positioning services on board Heerema Marine Contractor’s vessels, including the Hermod, Balder, Thialf, Aegir and support vessels/anchor handlers.
Jan Kristian Haukeland, EVP DOF Subsea Atlantic, said: “We are very pleased to have secured this extension. Hereema has been a key client for the last decade and this significant award will enable DOF Subsea S&P and Heerema Marine Contractors to continue developing our professional relationship.
“We are proud to support Heerema Marine Contractors and continue to develop our reputation as a global provider of survey and positioning services.”
About DOF Subsea S&P
DOF Subsea S&P are specialists in survey and positioning services, using a portfolio of services that includes marine construction support, AUV, rig move and specialist tow, data services, dimensional control, applications and proprietary solutions, inspection, and seabed mapping, to develop the most creative, innovative and client focused solutions within the offshore subsea market, working with a pool of 350 survey personnel globally. To find out more, visit www.dofsubsea.com
About DOF Subsea
DOF Subsea is a leading provider of subsea services to the oil and gas industry. The company owns and operates one of the largest global fleets of high-specification of vessels, dive systems and ROVs utilised to provide specialist survey, subsea construction and inspection, repair and maintenance services worldwide. With almost 1600 employees worldwide, DOF Subsea has a skilled and experienced team which provides clients with a world-class capability to deliver project managed and engineered subsea solutions. DOF Subsea is a part of the DOF Group, which currently employs approximately 5000 people and operates 74 purpose-built offshore vessels including Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels (AHTS), Construction Support Vessels (CSV) and ROV/Survey Vessels.