Gulf Marine Services, a builder of self-propelled self-elevating support vessels (SESVs) for the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy sectors, said it was awarded two new long-term contracts in Europe to support wind farm projects for an international energy company.
The new contracts, scheduled to commence in second quarter 2018, are for two large class SESVs. One contract is for a charter period of 26 months (including options), and the other for a charter period of 15 months (including options), GMS said in a statement.
In addition, a short-term contract has been secured and commenced for a Small Class vessel in the Middle East.
These three new contracts are testament to the flexibility of our modern fleet and our successful record in delivering a wide range of services for our clients in the total lifecycle of offshore oil, gas and renewable energy projects" said Duncan Anderson, chief executive officer of GMS.
"Our ability to provide cost-effective and efficient support solutions tailored to our client's requirements has been advantageous in winning this work. We are also very pleased to have been awarded a new contract supporting oil and gas-related operations for one of our clients in the Middle East," he said.