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DeepOcean Awarded Trenching Contract In The North Sea

DeepOcean UK, Ltd., a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV, today announced an award from leading contractor Technip for trenching services on the Stella Field Development, Operated by Ithaca Energy.

The contract includes project management, engineering and associated trenching and backfilling works for the infield flexible flowlines and umbilicals.  In addition, DeepOcean will provide post-lay trenching and backfilling services to the export rigid pipelines. 

DeepOcean will mobilise some of its key intervention assets including the AMP 500 plough & BFP backfill plough. Installation is due to take place in summer 2013 from the Maersk Assister. 

 

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