Sea Trucks secures accomodation vessel contract in Nigeria

Sea Trucks Group has announced that its Nigerian subsidiary West African Ventures has been awarded a contract, by an international oil major, for the provision of an accommodation vessel offshore Nigeria.

The scope of work covers accommodation support services for 250 pax as well as the provision of marine logistics support.
Sea Trucks will deploy its accommodation construction vessel Jascon 30 for the contract which is scheduled to commence in October 2016 for a duration of 3 months, with options to extend.

“We are delighted with the award of this significant project which reflects the well established reputation of our in indigenous business, West African Ventures as a reliable partner for accommodation projects in Nigeria,” commented Graeme Pennycook, Sea Trucks Group’s managing director.


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