DOF Subsea vessels win new contracts in the Americas
Two of DOF Subsea’s multipurpose offshore vessels have won new contracts in Canada and Brazil. In Canada, Skandi Achiever will support saturation and surface diving projects for a “major oil and gas operator” by providing remotely operated vehicle (ROV) services and “light” construction activities. The vessel will be employed until the end of October once it has finished its current contract in the North Sea. http://splash247.com/dof-subsea-vessels-win-new-contracts-americas/
Police investigating death on board
An oil worker died on Aug 13, 2014, after becoming ill on the "Skandi Achiever" docked at the Aberdeen Harbor in Scotland. Trainee rigger James Usher was on board Technip’s supply vessel when he became sick. When his co-workers noticed he was ill they called emergency services. Usher, 24, was rushed to the hospital where he later died. Police are investigating the death although they said it did not appear as if foul play was involved. The death was being treated as unexplained and inquiries were still ongoing to establish the full circumstances. Usher joined Paris-based Technip in October 2013. He had been working as a trainee rigger on board the dive support vessel. The results of the autopsy have not been released yet.
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Berthed Chagterms (Trinidad) Ltd 19 Dec 2010 at 14.52Hrs. Currently in berth.Upload News