DOF Subsea selects FMC Technologies ROVs for offshore Canada operations

Schilling Robotics ROV
(Photo courtesy FMC Technologies)

Offshore staff

HOUSTONDOF Subsea has signed a contract with FMC Technologies for two new remotely operated vehicles from its Schilling Robotics business line.  

The HD and UHD-III ROVs are slated for delivery in December, and will be used for DOF Subsea’s inspection, maintenance, and repair operations in Eastern Canada.  

FMC Technologies said its ROV system maintenance has comprehensive system diagnostics and intuitive maintenance solutions. Sub-systems are designed to be quickly maintained without any requirement for advanced technical skills or specific system knowledge.


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