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August 15, 2013

Seaway Heavy Lifting & Shell Sign Offshore Installation Agreement

Photo courtesy of Seaway Heavy Lifting

Photo courtesy of Seaway Heavy Lifting

Seaway Heavy Lifting has signed an 'Enterprise Framework Agreement' with Shell Global Solutions B.V., in the Offshore Installation category.

The contract duration is 5 years and covers the engineering, project management and offshore installation of fixed and floating facilities. The Agreement may be used globally but will initially focus on Shell projects in the North Sea, US GOM, W. Africa and Brazil (the Atlantic Basin).

Koen van der Perk, Senior VP Commercial of Seaway Heavy Lifting says; “This Enterprise Framework Agreement is an excellent opportunity for us to further develop our relationship with Shell. We appreciate the opportunity to provide to Shell safely executed projects and we are looking forward to working with them.”

Seaway Heavy Lifting
is a leading offshore contractor in the global Oil & Gas and Renewables industry, offering tailored T&I and EPCI solutions. It operates crane vessels Stanislav Yudin and Oleg Strashnov, which have a revolving lift capacity of 2,500mt and 5,000mt respectively. Both vessels are state of the art and certified to the highest standards.

Seaway Heavy Lifting is a Subsea 7 Joint Venture company
 

Seaway Heavy LiftingBrazilNorth Sea
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