Offshore accommodation company Floatel International said Sunday it had won three contracts in Norway.
The company, which owns a fleet of semi-submersible flotels, said the contracts were with Vår Energi and Equinor.
With Vår Energi, the contract is expected to start in June 2021. The contract is for a period of three months plus options.
Floatel has also secured two contracts with Equinor for execution in 2022.
One contract is for Breidablikk development in the North Sea with a start date in April 2022. The contract is for a period of four to six months.
The second Equinor contract is for the Johan Sverdrup Phase II, also start date around April 2022 for a period of five to eight months.
Floatel International said the rigs, which will be used for the three contracts, were yet to be nominated. It did not share financial details.
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