Clough wins decommissioning work in the South China Sea

Source: Clough

Engineering and Construction company Clough announced that Clough Helix JV has contracted the Normand Clough for a well decommissioning project in the South China Sea.

The vessel is expected to mobilize in July and the project is scheduled to last for approximately 90 days.

The vessel is currently in Singapore having been fitted out with the Helix Well Ops Vessel Deployment System (VDS), Subsea Intervention Lubricator and two Clough deepwater remotely operated vehicles. On completion of this contract the Clough 12-man saturation diving system will be fully commissioned.

Clough’s CEO John Smith said “We are delighted to be awarded this work, only three months after the launch of the Clough Helix Joint Venture, it is an encouraging start. It is also pleasing to see Clough return to China having been involved in the original construction of the facilities.”



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