Maersk Supply Service a Danish offshore vessel giant has announced that the company won a mooring line replacement contract in West Africa Nigerian shore.
Though the net worth value of the contract and the its client is still emains undisclosed, but Maersk Maker vessel is being presently deployed to perform a supporting job in a floating asset offshore Nigeria where is its expected belt this October.
Maersk Maker is a DP2 deep water anchor handling tug supply vessel (AHTS) of SALT design. This state-of-the-art vessel is built for deep water anchor handling and oilfield operations with reliability, safety and minimized environmental footprint as a top priority.
The scope of work includes recovery, inspection, repair and replacement of one mooring line and subsequent partial replacement of the remaining five mooring lines.
“This contract continues to demonstrate our track record and commitment to the region”, said Thomas Danielsen, Maersk Supply Service Senior Commercial Manager.
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