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DOF Subsea-Aker Solutions JV awarded subsea decommissioning work

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The joint venture between DOF Subsea and Aker Solutions, KDS JV AS, has secured a subsea decommissioning contract for DNO at the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

The contract includes engineering, preparation, removal & disposal work (EPRD) of associated subsea hardware.

Project scope includes the removal and disposal of subsea infrastructure including template, manifold, production spools, umbilical, covers and associated hardware.

The project shall be delivered by an integrated expert team from the JV partners. DOF Subsea shall deploy Skandi Acergy from its fleet, and Aker Solutions shall use its disposal site at Stord for recycling. Engineering will start immediately, and offshore execution is planned in 1Q22, but with a possibility for an earlier start in 4Q21.

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