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Solstad Farstad will supply two of its vessels to support Total's drilling campaign in South Africa

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Total Solstad Farstad Ships

French oil company Total has awarded contracts to Norwegian shipping company Solstad Farstad for two of its ships.

Solstad Farstad said on Wednesday that the contracts were awarded by Total's South African entity for the provision of the Normand Ranger Large Anchor Handling Vessel (AHTS) and the Far Starling Platform Supply Vessel (PSV). The two agreements are for support of Total E&P South Africa's drilling campaign in Block 11B/.

According to the company, the drilling campaign should start in the fourth quarter of 2018. The duration of the contracts is around 90 days for the company, plus mobilization and demobilization time.

Lars Peder Solstad, the company's CEO, said: "This is a very exciting project to be involved in, so we are delighted to be chosen by Total to partner them with this remote harsh environment drilling campaign."

As for the block, 11B/12B is located in the Outeniqua Basin, approximately 175 kilometers off the southern coast of South Africa. The block covers an area of ​​approximately 18.734 square kilometers with water depths ranging from 200 meters in the north to 2.000 meters in the south.

Source: Africa Energy

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