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DOF has been awarded a contract by Altera Infrastructure to install one FPSO and one FSO

DOF has been awarded a contract by Altera Infrastructure to install one FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading unit) and one FSO (Floating Storage unit) for the phase 2 development of the Baleine field in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa, operated by Eni with Petroci Holding as partner.

The project includes the complete installation of seabed mooring systems, flowline between FSO and FPSO, and associated equipment.

DOF`s contract scope includes project management, engineering, transportation, installation and hook-up of floating units in the field. DOF shall mobilize Skandi Skansen to the project, totaling more than 130 vessel days.

“This award recognizes DOF`s solid performance within installation of floating units. We look forward to executing the project safely and successfully”, says Mons S. Aase, CEO in DOF Group.

Project Management and engineering will commence immediately from DOF`s offices in Bergen, Norway and Aberdeen, Scotland. Offshore operations are planned to take part from Q3, 2024.

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