GSP Offshore secures two Black Sea contracts

Romanian offshore service provider GSP Offshore has secured two contracts for works in the Black Sea.

The company signed a contract for integrated drilling services with Lukoil to explore the Trident perimeter, which is owned by by Lukoil (87.8%) and Romanian state-owned gas producer Romgaz (12.2%).

Additionally, GSP Offshore entered into a framework contract with Romanian oil and gas group OMV Petrom for the provision of integrated offshore services.

As a general contractor, GSP Offshore will be responsible for integrating a series of services including onshore and offshore operations and maintenance, as well as port operations, shipping, aviation, and other support services.

GSP Offshore operates a fleet of 17 offshore units made up of five jackup rigs, 11 OSVs and one heavy lifter.

Jason Jiang

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