MMA Offshore’s Vessel Trio sign offshore wind contracts Seafarers News

Australian offshore support vessel owner MMA Offshore said Friday it has secured three contracts to support offshore wind farm development in Taiwan in 2023.

The three contracts, with fixed terms totaling 370 days, will add a total of approximately A$30 million (currently $20.2 million) to the Company’s contracted revenue and could generate approximately $15 million in additional revenue from 180 days in bring additional option periods.

in March 2023, MMA tip Schiff will mobilize from Singapore to Taiwan in support swell 7 in a wind farm development project.

“MMA will use a combination of MMA’s shipboard and subsea services to perform a range of workloads including cable installation, ROV and survey work. The contract has a fixed term of 180 days with a 90-day renewal option,” MMA said.

The MMA prestige ship will provide walking-to-work accommodation for maintenance work on wind turbines in Taiwan. The contract is expected to start in the second quarter of 2023 for a fixed term of 130 days with an additional 60-day extension option.

Besides the MMA crystal The ship, with its integrated ROV, survey spreader and A-frame, has also been tasked with conducting cable trenching and survey support services. This integrated support contract is expected to start in April 2023 for a fixed term of 60 days with an additional 30-day renewal option.

MMA General Manager, DavidRoss, said: “We are very pleased to secure contracts for two of our larger vessels for a significant part of 2023, underpinning the utilization of our MPSV fleet. These awards also mark an important milestone in our diversification strategy as offshore wind power will be an important target market for MMA going forward. We look forward to helping our customers achieve successful outcomes on these projects.

“It is also very gratifying to see that our Taiwanese flagged vessel, MMA Crystal, has received an integrated support contract through our local Taiwanese entity MMA Clean Energy. This is a validation of our strategic entry into Taiwan to support the growing offshore wind market in the region.”

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