Norway’s DOF Subsea has landed new contracts in the Asia Pacific region, reeling in awards in Australia and Southeast Asia.

DOF revealed late last week it had landed an inspection, maintenance and repair (IMR) contract from Chevron covering the US supermajor’s North West Shelf and near shore subsea assets in Australia.

The scope of the work will see DOF support Chevron’s operations with dynamic positioning vessels, remotely operated vehicles and autonomous underwater vehicles, as well as provide intervention, inspection, management and engineering services.

The Oslo-listed company has been carrying out IMR campaigns for Chevron off Australia since February 2015 and the new contract will see it continue to do so for another five-year term.

South-East Asia award

Meanwhile, DOF also revealed it had been awarded a “substantial contract” with an unnamed client for a moorings replacement and rectification project in Southeast Asia.

DOF did not reveal the project name, stating only that onshore works were already under way and the offshore campaign was scheduled to kick off midway through the current quarter.

It added the award would also provide “significant utilisation” for its Skandi Hercules anchor-handling tug supply vessel and its Skandi Singapore dive support vessel throughout the third quarter and the early part of the fourth quarter.