Deep Down commences work on project offshore West AfricaProjects and Operations // December 1, 2010
Deep Down has announced that it has started support related to the installation of surface and subsea hardware offshore West Africa. The scope of work is due to be completed during the fourth quarter 2010. The company did not specify which project it was involved with.
The company said a DP2 offshore installation vessel from the Gulf of Mexico had departed for West Africa with all equipment and hardware required for the work, including 3,000m Work-class ROV, ROV tooling, ADS diving system and surface diving, manufactured subsea and surface hardware and umbilical installation equipment and survey spread. The vessel and equipment will be returning to the US Gulf of Mexico on completion of the work, pending other requirements in the region or other locations in route.
Ronald E Smith, the company's Chief Executive Officer, said: "This project demonstrates Deep Down's ability to put together a tailored subsea support package to meet our client's specific requirements, with products and services from each member of the Deep Down group being utilized along with key subcontractors in support of this project."