Accommodation rig to stay longer at Edvard Grieg

Offshore staff

LARNACA, Cyprus – Lundin Norway has exercised a $10-million, one-month extension option for use of the semisubmersible accommodation vessel Safe Boreas.

The vessel will now remain on duty at the Edvard Grieg project in the central Norwegian North Sea through mid-December.

Lundin retains a further one-month option.

08/18/2015

 

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