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Petrobras contracts CSV from Solstad Offshore

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Solstad Offshore has announced that the Brazilian flagged CSV, Far Saga, has been awarded a contract with Petrobras for a period of 3 years firm.

Far Saga will be equipped with two Work Class ROVs from C-Innovation suitable for operating to 3000 m water depth. The vessel will keep supporting exploration and production activities in the Brazilian continental shelf. Commencement of the contract shall take place during 3Q20.

Far Saga has been operating in Brazil since 2014.

In addition, the CSV Normand Energy (ex. Normand Seven), has been awarded a contract with an undisclosed client. Normand Energy will be mobilised from a European port and the contract will commence in late 2Q20 with a duration of 4-6 months.

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