iSURVEY, a leading provider of survey and positioning services to the global oil and gas, offshore renewables and telecommunications markets, has signed one of its most significant contracts to date.
The work scope will see the Norwegian-headquartered surveying company undertake a campaign of drilling hazard surveys in the North Sea and in the Barents Sea, on behalf of Lundin Norway.
Work commences in June, with a seabed geological survey and continues with the series of drilling hazard surveys, which are planned to continue into the autumn.
The contract is a result of longstanding collaboration between the two companies, together with iSURVEY’s expertise in applying new technology in combination with the charter of modern vessels with low energy consumption and NOx emissions.
Øivind Røegh, CEO of the iSURVEY Group said: “We are very proud to be awarded this contract. It is a clear demonstration of our commitment to make the iSURVEY group a provider of the full spectrum of offshore survey and positioning services.”
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