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Neptune Energy awards US$53 million contract to CHC for Dutch sector

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Oilfield Technology,

Neptune Energy has announced it has awarded a contract worth US$53 million to CHC Helicopters for offshore transport in the Dutch North Sea, optimising flight schedules and reducing associated emissions.

CHC will provide regular transport to and from the 29 offshore platforms it operates in the Netherlands.

The contracts are part of a longer-term Alliance Agreement with CHC which will enable Neptune and CHC to optimise flight scheduling and route planning, and reduce the total number of offshore flights.

Neptune Energy’s Head of Supply Chain & Logistics in the Netherlands, Nicola Goodwin, said: “The new Alliance Agreement is an innovative approach for Neptune Energy and our service partner. It will enable us to build on our good safety record, reduce the CO2 emissions associated with offshore transport, and improve overall efficiency.”

The Alliance Agreement has been awarded for three years, with two one-year extension options available.

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