Oceaneering secures 10-year ROV contract

Oceaneering International has announced that its subsidiary, Oceaneering Canada has entered into an agreement with a major international oil and gas company to provide remotely operated vehicle (ROV) services and equipment for projects located offshore of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.  The agreement is expected to be extended to 2026.

In addition, Oceaneering will supply tooling and project support, including project management and associated engineering services.

Under the contract, Oceaneering will provide two ROV systems onboard a multi-function platform support vessel supporting the customer’s operations.  The scope of work contemplates subsea construction, inspection, maintenance and repair services on existing and future infrastructure.

“This latest ROV services contract furthers our long-standing working relationship with this very important customer, and expands our operations in Atlantic Canada.  An important factor in this success is our strong customer-oriented approach focused on meeting customer’s project needs through safe, cost effective solutions using innovative equipment and highly trained personnel,” said Roderick A. Larson, president and chief executive officer of Oceaneering.

Jason Jiang

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