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Reef Subsea secures subsea construction contract on Palanca Cable Lay Campaign offshore West Africa

Reef Subsea today announced its subsea services division, based in Bergen, Norway, has secured a third subsea construction contract in West Africa and is now sending a second vessel to the region. The project, for regional offshore contractor Stapem Offshore, will include cable lay duties on Palanca Cable Lay Campaign in Block 3, Angola.

The Reef Despina subsea construction vessel will transit to West Africa for a 30 day firm charter to provide operational support during the installation of five subsea electrical cables in water depths of between 40 and 100 metres. The vessel will be equipped with a cable lay spread and will provide ROV and craneage assistance during the cable installation workscope.

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