IRM subsea services expert, N-Sea, has consolidated its position as one of the industry's leading providers of commercial diving, by announcing the completion of over 200 continuous days' air and saturation diving in the Red Sea.
Awarded by a supermajor operating in the MENA region, the multi-level, twin bell operations commenced in July 2019, with N-Sea personnel fully operational since that time.
Deployed via dive support vessel the Lichtenstein, the on-going workscope comprises the decommissioning and installation of spool pieces and risers, free span rectification and smart flange repairs. Handled by N-Sea's Dubai base, this is the first saturation diving project the company has undertaken in MENA, following a period of significant development in the Middle East.
Asa Gamble, Managing Director of operations in the area commented: “The scale of this campaign reflects N-Sea's assertive growth strategy in the region, which led to over $20million in contract wins during 2019 and continues to yield positive results in 2020.
“Operating at the highest levels of safety and efficiency, and with over 110 personnel involved, this major project illustrates not only our best-in-class capabilities but also a solid commitment to the region, as we continue to invest in our workforce, assets and technology.”
N-Sea specialises in subsea services for the oil and gas, renewable and telecom/utilities industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. With a focus on safe and efficient operations, N-Sea provides near shore, offshore and survey services to asset operators and tier 1 contractors.
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