Tide out for Woodside, says Seabrokers Contracts, Tenders and Rates
// February 6, 2004
Seabrokers reports that after the West Navigator's successful drillingprogramme offshore Mauritania for Australian operators Woodside, two supporting vessels have been released back to the West African spot market.
The PSV VS 480s Robert H Boh and William C Hightower are now back in their owner's fold, said Seabrokers.
The PSV UT755L McKenny Tide had originally front run for the William C Hightower. Now that Woodside have issued Smedvig with a letter of intent for at least another 11 production wells, Seabrokers says we might well see thesevessels back in the fold in the not too distant future.
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