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December 11, 2018

UTEC Wins Survey Work Offshore India

One of the vessels which will be used, DLV 2000 pipelay vessel, pictured off northwest Australia during the Ichthys project on which UTEC worked (Photo: UTEC)

One of the vessels which will be used, DLV 2000 pipelay vessel, pictured off northwest Australia during the Ichthys project on which UTEC worked (Photo: UTEC)

Surveying company UTEC, part of subsea services group Acteon, said it has been awarded a subcontract by McDermott International for a series of survey work scopes offshore eastern India.

The work, due to commence in December 2018, will see UTEC provide surface and subsea positioning services during the installation of subsea flowlines, pipeline end manifolds and terminations, jumpers, risers and umbilicals that form part of the development of a field in water depths to 2,100 meters.

UTEC said it will operate equipment and personnel initially on three vessels: the McDermott operated DLV 2000 pipelay vessel, a third-party light construction vessel and a third-party dive support vessel.

Simon Hird, UTEC business unit director, Asia Pacific, commented, “UTEC has a global master services agreement that sees us providing survey support on a range of McDermott owned and operated vessels. This continuity of involvement in McDermott projects has enabled UTEC to truly align its services with McDermott’s corporate and project objectives, which positions us well to extend our services to cover any third-party vessels that are brought in to a project.”

The project management team will be based in Singapore, supported by project personnel from UTEC’s office in Perth, Australia. Project support is also being provided by McDermott’s office in Kuala Lumpur and additional logistical coordination during offshore operations will come from Kakinada, India.

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