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ROV contracts in Brazil

The new contracts and contract extensions give 1 630 days of ROV services...

DOF Subsea AS

DOF Subsea has been awarded two new ROV contracts by Petrobras in Brazil for ROVs to be installed on board Skandi Angra and Skandi Paraty. The new contracts start in April 2018 and end in September and November 2020, respectively.
 
Further, Petrobras has extended two ROV contracts for the ROVs on board Skandi Iguacu and Skandi Urca until end of 2018.
 
The new contracts and contract extensions give 1 630 days of ROV services for DOF Subsea and increase the backlog by approximately NOK 200 million.

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