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Attollo secures jack up contracts

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Attollo Offshore has heralded Q2 by signing multiple multi-million jack up contracts within the oil and gas and renewable energy sectors.

The contracts will see the Aberdeen-based company provide propelled and non-propelled accommodation jack up rigs to operators until the end of 2018.

Explaining the benefits, Ben Moore, Managing Director at Attollo Offshore, said: “A stable platform which eliminates personnel transfers improves any project’s risk profile, safety performance, operational output and project costs.

“Our clients are clear that the superior working environment provided by our industry-leading accommodation jack ups and smarter operations optimises personnel and project performance, thus having a significantly positive effect on schedules and QHSE outcomes. The subsequent time- and cost-efficiencies we provide cannot be underestimated.

“These contracts see Attollo Offshore operating across sectors, asset classes and jurisdictions; they truly represent an important milestone in our mission to fundamentally move the needle in improving offshore marine operations.”

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