GAC builds Black Sea offshore support base

Offshore staff

NOVOROSSIYSK, Russia – GAC Russia is upgrading its facilities at the port of Novorossiysk to support offshore E&P in the Black Sea.

The company has signed contracts with one company to provide supply base support, including a dedicated berth, open and closed storage areas, a site for liquid mud plant and dry bulk plant, and offices.

During the pre-drilling phase, GAC’s supply base will be used for accumulation of materials and needed for offshore operations. When drilling starts, the base will provide round-the-clock loading and offloading supply vessels supporting offshore operations.

GAC will also work with a range of local authorities and service providers, screening and pre-qualifying partners to ensure they meet required standards.


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