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    Cal Dive flagship booked for first half of year

    Vessel & ROV News // January 26, 2001
    Cal Dive International (CDI) has announced that its flagship multi-service vessel, the Uncle John, is fully committed to a series of Gulf of Mexico projects for the first half of 2001.

    The new year began with the installation of a suction pile and manifold atMississippi Canyon 211 in 4,400 feet of water. At month-end the vessel willmove to Shell Brutus, where CDI is responsible for the installation of 20-inchdiameter risers and related spool pieces at two separate locations, and11 pipeline/umbilical post crossings.

    Working with alliance partner Fugro-McClelland, the vessel has up to 60 days set aside to perform geotechnical investigation at a number of Deepwater fields.

    Interspersed throughout the first six months are five well intervention and well servicing projects, including a well abandonment for Conoco this week.

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