N-Sea wins $15m Middle East contracts in Abu Dhabi, Egypt

Netherlands-headquartered firm announces details of three key subsea projects in the Middle East

N-Sea has won three Middle East contracts.
N-Sea has won three Middle East contracts.

Netherlands-headquartered inspection, maintenance, and repair subsea services provider N-Sea won three contracts with a combined value of $15m in the Middle East, two of which are in Abu Dhabi and Egypt.

As part of the first contract, the Dutch firm completed a pipeline repair and pigging operation, using air diving and a remotely operated vehicle in June 2019.

The company said in a statement on its website that commencement of its air diving campaign for a demolition project in Abu Dhabi is imminent as part of the second contract. 

For the third contract, N-Sea is been using a saturation diving for spool, clamp, and riser installations off the coast of Egypt in the Red Sea, with the project launched at the end of May 2019.

Commenting on the contracts, managing director for N-Sea in the Middle East, Asa Gamble, said: “The last eight months have been particularly busy for N-Sea in the Middle East as we experience strong partner and operator interest across our range of services."

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