Xanadu to extend support duty offshore Brazil

Offshore staff

SINGAPOREPACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH) has secured a one-year contract offshore Brazil for its POSH Xanadu semisubmersible accommodation vessel.

The vessel will continue to support the client’s oil and gas production activities in the Campos basin.

POSH Xanadu can work in deepwater and harsh operating environments, accommodating up to 750 personnel.


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POSH Xanadu semisubmersible accommodation vessel in the Campos basin offshore Brazil
POSH Xanadu operating in the Campos basin offshore Brazil. (Photo courtesy PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd.)

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