M² Subsea completes North Sea survey and inspection project with Ithaca Energy

Source: press release, 27 August 2018

The Go Electra multi-service vessel (photo M² Subsea)
The Go Electra multi-service vessel (photo M² Subsea)

MSubsea, the global independent provider of ROV services, has completed a contract with Ithaca Energy UK Limited to conduct a subsea system survey of a North Sea field.

The company deployed the Go Electra multi-service vessel equipped with a Triton XLX work class ROV to the Stella field, located 280 kilometres off Aberdeen with a water depth of 85 metres.

The scope of work included the survey and inspection of subsea systems including pipelines and subsea structures.

MSubsea mobilised a team from its Aberdeen headquarters this month to carry out the work.

Mike Arnold, chief executive officer of MSubsea, comments, “Having completed a project for Ithaca Energy in 2017, we are thrilled to be working with them again following the competitive tendering process.”

“This project is a testament to the cost efficient and high-quality service our team continues to bring to operations not just in the North Sea, but globally,” Arnold adds.