DeepOcean wins Baltic Sea work

The contract is for two years and reaffirms DeepOcean's strong position as a provider of advanced pipeline inspection services to operators of key subsea pipeline systems in Europe

A DeepOcean UK submersible at work
A DeepOcean UK submersible at work

DeepOcean AS, a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV, has been awarded a contract for inspection of the Nord Stream gas export pipelines in the Baltic Sea by Nord Stream AG.

The contract is for two years and reaffirms DeepOcean’s strong position as a provider of advanced pipeline inspection services to operators of key subsea pipeline systems in Europe.

Headquartered in Holland, DeepOcean has UK offices in Darlington and Middlesbrough.

Commercial director Rolf Ivar Sordal said: “Winning the Nord Stream pipeline inspection contract in the Baltic Sea has been a key target for us,

“With a total capacity in the order of 55 BCM/year, the two 48 inch Nord Stream pipelines from Russia to Germany constitute one of the biggest offshore gas transmission pipeline systems in the world. DeepOcean is very pleased to be the preferred survey service provider.”

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