Norway’s Solstad Offshore has announced the award of four contracts for three of the company’s construction support vessels.
Commencing in February 2021, 2007-built CSV Normand Energy will support a project in the Pacific Ocean with an estimated duration of five months, including mobilisation and de-mobilisation.
2009-built CSV Far Samson has secured a contract for support cable lay operations for a period of 90 days firm, with options through to the end of 2021. Commencement is scheduled for April/May 2021.
Lastly, 2014-built CSV Normand Jarstein has secured a contract with a Norwegian subsea contractor for a project in West Africa. The contract commencement is in January 2021, with a duration two months and a further one-month option. The Normand Jarstein has also been awarded a contract with a UK-based oil company for a duration of around two months, commencing in the second half of May 2021. Wrapping up a busy year for the vessel, it will then move onto a previously announced contract with Ørsted at the Hornsea 2 wind farm.