The construction work barge is specifically designed to work around complex jackets which are often inaccessible by more traditionally utilised DP2 diving vessels. The Kreuz Glorious has a 1200 m2 deck area, accommodation for 304 people and an eight-point mooring system.
The campaign will see 50 personnel from Kreuz supporting in project management roles as well as performing offshore construction tasks.
In September 2018, the Government of India approved fiscal incentives to attract investments and technology to improve recovery from oil fields. This move is expected to lead hydrocarbon production worth more than US$700 billion in the next 20 years.
AJ Jain, chief executive officer of Kreuz Subsea, commented: “While we have supported ONGC for several years as a subcontractor, this project marks the first direct contract we have secured with the company. The award is a testament to our experienced teams which continue to provide high-quality services across our global operations.”
“India has always been a key growth area for the business and with the recently approved government fiscal incentives expected to drive production, this provides ongoing prospects for global service providers like Kreuz Subsea. We look forward to continuing to expand our footprint in the region over the coming years.”
Singapore-headquartered Kreuz Subsea was established in 2008 as an integrated subsea solutions provider to the global energy industry. It has operational bases in Brunei and India and has around 400 personnel onshore and offshore.
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